depends on what player but on an average they make about 5-6,000 per game
It's not because Americans thinks that NFL football is more important than a college education. It is supply and demand. More people will pay to watch a pro game, or companies will pay to advertise during a TV broadcast of game, than people will pay for a college lecture. Fewer people can play football at the pro level than can teach at the college level.
College football players, by NCAA rules, aren't allowed to make money playing football. it is amateur sports, meaning, the athletes are not paid. it is strictly forbidden by the NCAA for a collegiate athlete to receive compensation for playing sports.
If a person has big dreams of being a football player they will need to practice hard during the high school career. Then, they will need to get noticed as a college player to make it to NFL.
Well, it depends. If the player is on a college team, then they probably make about $500,000 and if they they are NFL then they make around 1 million to 2 million.
College football referees usually make from $800 to $1,800 per game, depending on the conference. For bowl games it is the high end, $1,800.
It is against the NCAA Rules to pay college football players, therefore, college football players make $0 per year until they get to the pros.
After the football game i had a huge party.
how much money do a football player make a year?
The NFL rules state that in order to be eligile for the NFL draft a player must be three years past their high school graduation, which is a typical players junior season in college (or sophmore season if that player was red-shirted). There is no requirement that a player has to play college football to make the NFL, but it certainly helps. It is extremely rare that a player with no college experience makes an NFL roster. The players that do are usually athletes in other sports that transition to football.
yes. You must make the team first though.