Matteo Bonetti Biography

Biography by Published on Updated on 21 Aug, 2020
Facts of Matteo Bonetti
Date of Birth: 1988 , October-9
Age: 31 years old
Birth Nation: Italy
Name Matteo Bonetti
Birth Name Matteo Bonetti
Nick Name Matteo Bonetti
Nationality Italian-American
Birth Place/City Milan
Profession Analyst
Working For ESPN
Net Worth $400 Thousand
Sisters 1
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Matteo Bonetti is an Italian born American soccer analyst who currently serves as a studio analyst for ESPN FC. He is also a studio analyst for ESPN+ sharing insight on Serie A and European leagues. He joined ESPN in August 2018.

What Is Matteo’s Nationality?

Matteo was born on 9th October 1988 and is currently 32 years old. He was born in Milan, Italy. At the age of five, his family moved to Miami, Florida, the United States of America, and has been living in Miami for over 27 years now. His nationality is Italian and America.

Matteo has a young sister sibling, and they were born 21 years old apart.

 
 
 
 
 
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Siblings 21 years apart

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Who Is Matteo Dating?

The handsome hunk is yet to open up about his personal life. He has uploaded pictures of his family and siblings on Instagram but has not opened up anything about his dating life and relationships.

As there is nothing disclosed about Matteo’s relationships and affairs, he is reported to be single. Likewise, he also did not disclose information of his past affairs and relationships.

His social media accounts are almost full of his professional career.

How Much Is His Net Worth?

As of 2020, it has been over a decade that Matteo became his professional journalism career, and no doubt, he has collected a high figure of money.

Though Matteo did not disclose the exact figure of his worth, some sources claim that his net worth is $400 thousand. As per Glass Door, the average salary of an analyst of ESPN is around $70, 631; so, his annual salary might also be in the same range.

Career

Matteo joined ESPN in August 2018 to serve as a soccer analyst for international soccer and marquee international tournaments. He even works as a studio analyst for ESPN FC and ESPN+ sharing insights on Serie A and European leagues.

Actually, he first joined ESPN in 2008 as a soccer writer for ESPN.com. He left ESPN in 2012 to join new beIN Sport, where he worked as a host, color commentator, studio analyst, and play-by-play announcer.

During the time, he covered international football, European leagues, and major tournaments like the FIFA World Cup, Africa Cup of Nations, Copa America, and the UEFA European Football Championship.

Besides this, Matteo has worked as a play-by-play commentator for TNT and Serie A CalcioCast podcast as a host and executive producer.

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