Brian Kelly Net Worth ( Updated 2022 ), Salary, Income, Career Earnings

Brian Kelly Net Worth

Brian Kelly Net Worth – Brian Keith Kelly is an American football coach has a Net Worth of $35 Million. He is currently the head football coach at the Louisiana State University.

Brian Kelly Net Worth is $35 Million in 2022.Brian Keith Kelly is an American football coach. He is currently the head football coach at the Louisiana State University, a position he has held since November 2021. Brian Kelly is reportedly making the move from South Bend to Baton Rogue, and his new deal appears to be paying him handsomely in the process. Kelly will receive a 10-year deal worth “north of $100 million” from LSU, per The Athletic’s Matt Fortuna and Brody Miller. The deal could make him the highest-paid coach in college football.

Brian Kelly Net Worth 2022

CBS Sports’ Dennis Dodd is reporting  has a Net Worth of  around $35 million as per 2022. As per Salary he earn $15 Million per year as LSU’s next head coach.

Brian Kelly Net Worth

Name Brian Kelly
Net Worth ( 2021 ) $35 million
Income Source American football coach
Yearly Income / Salary $15 million
Contract 10 year
Contract Worth $100 million
Last Update  2022

Brian Kelly Net Worth Growth

Net Worth 2021 $35 Million
Net Worth 2020 $30 Million
Net Worth 2019 $25 Million
Net Worth 2018 $20 Million

Brian Kelly Personal Life

Brian Kelly Wife

Kelly was born in Everett, Massachusetts. He attended St. John’s Preparatory School in Danvers, Massachusetts. His father was a Boston politician. He was a four-year club football player at Assumption College as a linebacker.

After graduating from Assumption in 1983 with a bachelor’s degree in political science he served as linebackers coach, defensive coordinator, and softball coach from 1983 to 1986.

Kelly has a wife, Paqui, and three children, Patrick, Grace, and Kenzel. Paqui, after surviving breast cancer, went on to start the Kelly Cares Foundation.

Brian Kelly Professional Career

Brian Kelly Salary

Kelly joined the Grand Valley State University staff in 1987 as a graduate assistant and defensive backs coach for Tom Beck and became the defensive coordinator and recruiting coordinator in 1989. Kelly took over as head coach in 1991. In his final three seasons the Lakers went 41–2, at one point winning 20 consecutive games.

The Lakers went 14–0 in 2002 en route to their first national title and went 14–1 in 2003 when they claimed their second National Championship. Kelly was named the AFCA Division II Coach of the Year after each of these championship years.

In his 13 years as head coach at Grand Valley State, the Lakers won five conference titles and made six Division II Playoff appearances. Only in 1999 did Grand Valley State finish lower than third in the Great Lakes Intercollegiate Athletics Conference under Kelly.The 2001 team set 77 NCAA, GLIAC, and school records, including setting the all-time Division II scoring record, averaging 58.4 points per game.

Brian Keith Kelly is an American football coach. He is currently the outgoing head football coach at the University of Notre Dame, a position he has held since 2010. Kelly previously served as the head football coach at Grand Valley State University (1991–2003), Central Michigan University (2004–2006), and the University of Cincinnati (2006–2009), and the University of Notre Dame (2010-2021). 

He led the Grand Valley State Lakers to consecutive NCAA Division II Football Championships in 2002 and 2003. Kelly’s 2012 Notre Dame team reached the 2013 BCS National Championship Game, while his 2018 and 2020 teams made appearances in the College Football Playoff (CFP). In November 2021, it was reported that Kelly would become the next head football coach of Louisiana State University.

What is Brian Kelly’s salary?

As per source Kelly will make around $15 million per year as LSU’s next head coach as per new contract.

How much is Brian Kelly getting from LSU?

According to Matt Fortuna and Brody Miller of The Athletic, Kelly will sign a 10-year deal with LSU valued “north of $100 million.” He might become the highest-paid coach in college football as a result of the arrangement.