until your at least 17. i dont know exactly what you mean by academy, if your under 16's or of a lower age group then no, although there are exceptions. if your offered a scholarship at the end of your under 16's season then yes you will get paid, i would imagine around £80-100 a week for travel, and to attain their development colleges. 80-100 is a rough estimate thats what i was offered at a League One club.
no, the players do not get paid internationally however sometimes they can be given a bonus. The main idea of playing internationally is the idea of representing your own country, this opportunity is very big as it does not come very often.
Yes, football players do get paid per game. Their annual contracts typically set the amount they will be paid per game and what their annual income should be at the end of the season.
Yes all players are paid a small amount compared to the real team.
No, only professional players get paid.
Usually once a month.
NO they only get paid by there clubs.
Yes. They are all professionals.
It depends on how good you are at the sport
The Detroit Ravens are a Semi-Pro Football team their players don't get paid
Football players get paid more than agents because the coach's want the best players!!
football player? football terms? football team ??
They get paid by their clubs. But they do get paid a "match fee" for International matches. England players donate all their pay for international matches to charity causes via the Team England Footballers Charity
In comparison to American football players and soccer players they certainly are not over paid but for the top players its considered that they may be under paid
I say football, some football players get paid over 120 million a year on an 8-year contract eg. Larry Fitzgerald. Plus, football is a much more popular sport in the US.