In most Professional sports like rugby, football, basketball, tennis the players get paid And in some cases A LOT!
Not as much as NBA players
usually in unmarked , small bills-delivered by UPS
they are paid 250,000 a game
A professional sports team is a sports team functioning as a commercial enterprise in which players are paid to play for the entertainment of a paying audience. The offices of professional sports teams are usually in their home arenas or stadiums or in a separate building.
Depends on how big their norks are.
because there are good sportsman
It depends what level (professional, travel, recreational).
During the 1920s professional football players were paid between $100 and $300 per game. Their salary all depended on position on the team.
I think they get around £50,000 a year or more
Because they won't try as hard.
Probably a few Million dollars
Professional softball players, of course, get paid. However, they do not earn nearly as much money as Major League Baseball players. The Olympic Team that will compete in Beijing this year does get paid, more than the professional softball players, but again, not as much as the average Major League Baseball player. For example, Jennie Finch drives a van, NOT a Ferrari.
No, only professional players get paid.
The average NHL player makes $2.4 million annually. However, some players make as much as $14 million.
A paid athlete is consider a professional athlete.
Soccer players are paid vastly more at the professional levels than rugby players
when they started to play
The salary cap in professional softball keeps the range from $7000 to $17,000 per year.
I'm afraid that women rugby players do not get paid, therefore they are not professional as it seems they do not command a large enough audience. They are allowed to claim expenses but must do it for the love of the game & country.
no because they do the work so they gert paid alot for a good type of reason