April 17, 2024

Antoine Dupont hits a huge jackpot

Antoine Dupont may be considered by many to be the best player in the world, but he’s far from being the best paid in the Top 14. While he earns around 800,000 euros a year with Stade Toulousain, the salaries of Dan Biggar (Toulon) and Siya Kolosi are in the region of a million euros.

Nevertheless, the scrum-half’s business is doing very well. Not least thanks to his advert…

Antoine Dupont may be considered by many to be the best player in the world, but he’s far from being the best paid in the Top 14. While he earns around 800,000 euros a year with Stade Toulousain, the salaries of Dan Biggar (Toulon) and Siya Kolosi are in the region of a million euros.

Nevertheless, the scrum-half’s business is doing very well. Not least thanks to his advertising contracts and other partnerships. Even before this year’s World Cup, his company AD9 Conseils saw its revenues take off in 2022, marked by Les Bleus’ grand slam in the 6-N Tournament.However, the Hautes-Pyrénées native only paid himself 150,000 euros in dividends, leaving the balance to his company.

And 2023, despite Les Bleus’ failure to reach the quarter-finals of the World Cup against the Springboks, should be even more profitable for the Les Bleus star. Antoine Dupont has signed several new contracts in the run-up to the World Cup, and his name is now associated with Adidas, Volvic, Casino, Tissot, Land Rover, Serge Blanco, Pure Essentiel and the SNCF.