Check Out What Cars The World’s Greatest Football Players Drive

From hypercars to supercars and even ultra-fast family cars, the greatest footballers (okay, soccer players for you NFLers) in the world never shy away from owning some of the fastest and most expensive vehicles on the road.

With that in mind, the F2Freestylers YouTube channel went and gathered data on all these big name footballers, presenting us with a list of what they drive, what they’ve driven and what cars they’ve otherwise been spotted in.

To be honest, it’s unlikely that these guys still own every single car that ever stood in their driveway, although seeing what they like to drive, be it in the present or past, is still pretty interesting.

Mind you, there are a lot of names being dropped and a lot of car models, so we’re not going to start naming all of them, it would ruin the video. We will however say that the bigger the star, the better the garage, or so it would seem.

Real Madrid phenom Cristiano Ronaldo only recently purchased his Bugatti Chiron, after treating himself to a Veyron Grand Sport last year, following Portugal’s win at the European Championship.

Then wee have players like Messi, Neymar, Iniesta, Gareth Bale, Zlatan and so on. You won’t find a reasonably priced car anywhere near them, although for some reason the Audi Q7 seems to be an extremely popular choice.



    world player of the year buys chiron. Well deserved

    • Infinite1


      • ace_9


  • Bash

    Kinda not surprised.

  • Craig

    For kicking a ball. What a weird little world we live in.

    • Jay

      It’s also for being able to kick the ball and have the ball do what you want, go where you want, and how you want. It’s weird but I know I can’t do it.

      • Six Thousand Times

        And we’re used to paying a few people a lot of money to entertain us.

    • OdysseyTag

      Pretty much sums up a bunch of sports in general so perhaps not that weird:

      For throwing a ball
      For hitting a ball
      For tossing a ball

      • Craig

        That’s just evidence of extra ‘weird-ness’.

  • kachuks

    I’m sure there were some nice cars in this video. Unfortunately, I couldn’t stomach watching past the 2 minute mark.

  • PK

    Q7s. Q7 everywhere….

  • Axel Cortez

    if the player is from real madrid is logical they have a Q7 they get it for free lol

  • Blade t

    I couldn’t watch much ,the hosts were too annoying….

  • some players customize their cars and end up really tasteless. It was interesting to see Zlatan show for training in a Volvo XC60

  • KidRed

    Oh soccer players, gotcha.

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