Kieffer Moore Salary and Net Worth in 2022, Age, Height, Career

Kieffer Football player Roberto Francisco Moore is a striker for the Wales national team and Premier League team AFC Bournemouth

Full Name: Kieffer Moore
Estimated Net Worth: €4.20 million
Salary: N/A
Age: 30 years old
Source of Income: Football Career
Girlfriend Charlotte Russell

 Moore’s Salary & Net Worth 

Moore joined AFC Bournemouth on January 31, 2022, and has been a part of the team ever since. Moore’s transfer fee, according to Transfermrkt, was €4.20 million. Moore has also previously participated in many games for other teams, having played for them as well.

Therefore, it can be said that Moore has kept a significant fortune from playing for various teams. Moore’s current market value, according to Transfermrkt, is €5.00m. Moore, who also plays for Wales’ national team, may be making a respectable profit from his work with them.

Moore may have worked with some sportswear as a professional footballer, which could have increased his income. We can infer from Moore’s social media posts that he leads an opulent life.

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Caption: Football Player, Kieffer Moore (Photo: Instagram)

Kieffer Moore’s Girlfriend

Moore is a taken man who got engaged to his then-girlfriend Charlotte Russell when he first started dating. Moore and Russell have shared a husband and wife relationship for a considerable amount of time. As a result, they both began to consider expanding their relationship.

Moore posted several pictures of himself popping the question to his girlfriend on May 15, 2022. The professional footballer made a sweet scene when he got down on one knee and asked Russell to marry him. Moore admitted that he is waiting to get married and expressed his feelings in the caption.

However, the wedding date has not been made public; however, Moore and his fiance are soon to walk down the aisle. Not to mention that Russell, his future wife, is a model, content producer, and social media influencer who uses the handle @charlotteamyrussell on Instagram.

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Caption: Kieffer Moore with his Girlfriend (Photo: Instagram)

Kieffer Moore Age

Kieffer Roberto Francisco Moore was born on August 8, 1992, and was raised by his loving parents along with his two siblings. Although he has a brother and sister, none of their names are in the public domain.

Moore has a close relationship with his family and has posted some photos on his Instagram account, @kieffermoore.

Kieffer Moore A club career

Kieffer Moore-Non-league

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Caption: Kieffer Moore with the team (Photo: Instagram)

Moore, a Devon native, started playing football at the age of 12 in Torquay United’s youth system before the Devon club was forced to shut down its youth career. After playing for Paignton Saints in South Devon League Division Two, where he scored 47 goals in 43 games over two seasons, Moore went on trial and later signed with Conference South team Truro City in July 2012. He made his Truro City debut on August 18, 2012, in a 2-1 loss to Billericay Town.

[8] Moore scored his first goal for Truro a week later in a 1-1 draw with Conference South leaders Salisbury City. Three days later, Moore scored again, heading home a free-kick from player-manager Lee Hodges, to give Truro their first victory of the year. Moore started the new year by scoring seven goals in seven games, but after he scored the game-winning goal in the 80th minute of Truro’s 2-1 victory over Hayes and Yeading, it was revealed that Moore would be joining fellow Conference South club Dorchester Town.

Moore left Truro City having scored 13 goals in 24 games for the Cornish team. His manager Hodges called the transfer “a really big loss” and said that Moore’s decision to leave “came out of the blue.”

Moore signed an 18-month contract with Dorchester Town on February 11, 2013, and he made his debut the following day in a 3-2 victory over Bath City. The following game, when Dorchester lost to Basingstoke Town 2-1, Moore scored his first goal for the team. In a 2-1 victory for Dorchester against his former team Truro City on February 19, 2013, Moore extended his goal scoring streak to three goals in his first three games for Dorchester.

During Dorchester’s 3-2 victory over AFC Hornchurch, Moore scored his 18th and 19th goals of the year. These two outrageous goals, the first a brash finish with his right foot and the second a repeat performance with his left foot to give his team a late winner. Moore only made 13 appearances for Dorchester due to a thigh injury, but he still managed to score 20 goals for the season, placing him fourth in the Conference South. Moore’s performances for Dorchester were sufficient to earn him a trial offer from Football League club Charlton Athletic in May 2013.

He worked as a lifeguard and personal trainer in addition to his non-league career with Truro and Dorchester.

Kieffer Moore-Yeovil Twon

Late in June 2013, Moore signed a trial contract with Yeovil Town, a newly-promoted Football League Championship team. Moore’s transfer from Yeovil Town to Dorchester Town for a “undisclosed fee” was confirmed on July 6, 2013, by Dorchester Town. However, Moore had not yet agreed to personal terms or undergone a club medical. On July 10, 2013, Moore subsequently agreed to a two-year contract with Yeovil.

Moore made his Yeovil debut on August 6, 2013, in the 82nd minute of their Football League Cup victory over Southend United. Moore made his Football League Championship debut for Yeovil against Sheffield Wednesday on September 14, 2013, coming on as a late replacement.

On January 4, 2014, in a 4-0 victory over Leyton Orient during the FA Cup third round, Moore scored his first goal as a senior for Yeovil. Moore’s first season in the Championship came to an early end due to a calf injury, which prevented him from playing in Yeovil’s final three games as they fell short of staying out of Football League One. He made 24 total appearances for Yeovil in his rookie season, scoring five goals to tie for the team’s third-highest goal total.

Following Yeovil’s relegation to League Two at the end of the 2014–15 season, Moore was let go by the team.

Kieffer Moore-Viking

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Moore signed a one-year contract with Viking, a Norwegian Tippeligaen team, on August 3, 2015.

Kieffer Moore-Forest Green Rovers

Moore returned to England after becoming a transferable player and participated in trials with League Two teams Exeter City and Leyton Orient. Moore joined Forest Green Rovers of the National League on January 18, 2016, and will remain there through June 2017.

On January 23, 2016, he played as the club’s central defender in a 1-0 victory over Braintree Town at home. On February 27, 2016, he scored his first goal for the team during a 2-2 away draw at Barrow. After finishing second in the division, he assisted Forest Green in advancing to the National League play-offs.

He then came on as a substitute in the second leg of the play-off semifinal against Dover Athletic, where he played a crucial role in advancing the team to the Wembley play-off final. The night after the second leg of the semi-final, he ruptured his appendix, preventing him from playing in the play-off final loss to Grimsby Town.

Kieffer Moore-Torquay United (loan)

On November 17, 2016, Moore signed a 28-day loan agreement to play for Torquay United, a National League rival. On his debut, he equalized in the 88th minute of a home 1-1 draw with Wrexham. In his second appearance, he beat Solihull Moors 3-0 while recording his first hat-trick of the career.

Kieffer Moore-Ipswich Town

Moore signed a £10,000, 18-month contract with Championship team Ipswich Town on January 14, 2017. On January 21, 2017, he made his club debut, coming on as a second-half substitute in a 0-2 loss to Huddersfield Town on the road. His first season at Portman Road included 11 substitute appearances.

Kieffer Moore-Rotherham United (loan)

On July 10, 2017, Moore made a temporary loan move to League One team Rotherham United. On his home debut, he scored three goals in a 5-0 victory over Southend United. Moore then added a pair of goals on September 9 against Bury in a 3-2 home victory to give him six goals in six league outings.

On October 21, Moore reclaimed the top scoring position in the league with his 11th goal of the campaign against Oxford. He scored in a 1-3 loss to Gillingham, his 12th league goal of the year. Moore’s 96th-minute equalizer against Rotherham rivals Doncaster Rovers was his 13th goal of the year.

Kieffer Moore-Barnsley

Moore signed a contract through 2021 with Championship team Barnsley on January 8, 2018, for an undisclosed sum. On February 20, 2018, Moore scored his first goal for Barnsley in a 2-1 loss to Burton Albion.

Moore became the Tykes’ first-choice striker in his second season with Barnsley, appearing in 31 games and tallying 17 goals. In a 4-0 away victory against Rochdale on August 21, 2018, Moore recorded his first hat-trick for Barnsley. Moore now has six goals in six games for the season after scoring both goals in Barnsley’s 2-1 victory over Gillingham on September 1. [53] On November 27, 2018, he defeated Sunderland 4-2 while scoring another brace.

Moore and Gillingham defender Gabriel Zakuani collided in the air on February 9 of this year, putting Moore down for ten minutes before being taken to the hospital. He was reportedly going to miss the rest of the season on February 28 due to a severe head injury, but he returned on April 19 against Shrewsbury Town. Moore was one of five Barnsley players selected for the PFA League One Team of the Year on April 24, 2019.

Kieffer Moore-Wigan Athletic

On August 5, 2019, Moore agreed to a three-year contract with Championship team Wigan Athletic for an undisclosed sum. On November 2, 2019, he scored his first goal for Wigan, a penalty, in a 2-1 loss to Swansea City. Moore was nominated for Championship goal of the month in February 2020 for his goal against Reading.

Moore scored twice as Wigan defeated Hull City 8-0 on July 14, 2020, making it the biggest win in club history for Wigan. Wigan was relegated from the Championship despite Moore’s efforts due to a points deduction.

Kieffer Moore-Cardiff City

On August 13, 2020, Moore agreed to a deal with Championship team Cardiff City for an undisclosed sum. On September 19, in his second appearance, he scored his first goals for the team, scoring a brace against Nottingham Forest to help the team win 2-0. After scoring five goals in a span of seven games, Moore was named the PFA Player of the Month for February 2021.

Kieffer Moore-AFC Bournemouth

Moore joined fellow Championship team AFC Bournemouth on January 31, 2022, for an undisclosed fee that was reportedly up to £5 million. In the waning moments of the 3-1 victory over Birmingham City on February 9, Moore made his debut and broke his foot. He missed two months of play before making his comeback on April 26, 2022, against Swansea City. After being replaced, the Cherries were down 3-0, and Moore scored twice to rescue a point.

He won the game against Nottingham Forest a week later, ensuring Bournemouth’s promotion to the Premier League. He added another goal in the final-day victory over Millwall, giving AFC Bournemouth four goals in just 83 minutes of play.

In a 2-0 victory over Aston Villa on August 6, Moore made his Premier League debut and scored his first league goal in the 80th minute.

Kieffer Moore-International Career

Moore’s paternal grandfather, who was born in Llanrug, made him eligible to play for Wales. However, the Chinese Football Association had made contact in the hopes of recruiting Moore for the Chinese team using the fact that his maternal great-grandfather had Chinese ancestry and had come to Liverpool in the 1940s. Moore later traveled to Beijing to discuss the situation in 2019, but the move did not take place.

In May 2019, he was first called up to the Welsh national team’s training squad. Moore’s first goal for the Wales national team came against Slovakia on October 10, 2019, in a UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying match. Moore scored in each of his first three away international matches.

He added goals in victories over Azerbaijan (2-0) and Finland (1-0), respectively, on November 16, 2019 and September 3, 2020. On November 18, 2018, Moore scored once more against Finland, this time in a 3-1 victory in Cardiff during a different Euro qualifier.

Moore was selected for the Wales team to compete in the Euro 2020 competition in May 2021. Wales and Switzerland drew 1-1 in Wales’ opening Euro 2020 group game on June 12, 2021, thanks to an equalizer from Moore.