Teboho Mokoena Salary at Mamelodi Sundowns 2024

Teboho Mokoena Salary at Mamelodi Sundowns 2024: Teboho Mokoena is a South African professional soccer player who currently plays for Mamelodi Sundowns in the Premier Soccer League and for the South African national team.

Teboho started out his career after joining SuperSport United’s football academy in the 2014/15 season and was promoted to the first team within the same season.

The Free State born star has represented South Africa in all youth levels (U17, U20, U23) and featured for the U23 side during the 2020 Tokyo Olympic games.

Mokoena played a crucial role in helping Matsatsantsa lift the MTN 8 and Nedbank Cup trophy twice. He recently joined Mamelodi Sundowns in 2022 season.

Teboho Mokoena Salary at Mamelodi Sundowns
Teboho Mokoena Salary at Mamelodi Sundowns

Teboho Mokoena Profile

Full name: Teboho Mokoena

Place of birth: Bethlehem, Free State, South Africa

Date of birth: 24th January 1997

Gender: Male

Height: 1.76 m

Nationality: South African

Profession: Footballer

Position: Midfield – central midfield

Foot: Right

Instagram: @mokoena_28

Twitter: @tebohomokoena28

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Teboho Mokoena Club Career

Mokoena was spotted during his schooling by Charles Molefe, a teacher who also served as a soccer coach at Bodikela Junior Secondary School.

His multitasking won him a spot in the Harmony Sports Academy, from whence he was recruited by SuperSport United. He advanced through the SuperSport United program and eventually led the team at the U-19 level.

Stuart Baxter moved him to the first team in 2016 and he made his professional debut in February the following year, replacing Cole Alexander as a late substitution in a 5–2 league triumph against Golden Arrows.

He received a nomination for PSL Young Player of the Season. Following his goal against Bloemfontein Celtic on 13 March 2019, he was named the league’s Goal of the Month for the month of January.

Teboho Mokoena Father

Alexis ‘Didi’ Motaung’s son, Teboho Mokoena, is the son of the late Alexis ‘Didi’ Motaung. Alexis was a well-known player who represented the Free State Stars (formerly Qwa-Qwa Stars) and the Hellenic Football Club. He, like his son, was a midfielder.

Mokoena was thirteen years old when he died in August 2010. The kid footballer clearly follows in his father’s footsteps, as he previously indicated.

Teboho Mokoena International Career

Former SuperSport United manager Stuart Baxter, who had left the club at the end of the 2016–17 domestic season, gave Mokoena his first call-up to the senior national squad in July 2017 for the country’s 2018 African Nations Championship qualifiers. He made his debut against Botswana on July 15, and was recognized thereafter for his ability to “carry the team on his shoulders.”

In South Africa’s 2019 Africa Cup of Nations qualifying win over Seychelles the following year, he scored his first international goal.

With the match concluding 6–0 in favor of South Africa, his goal also contributed to the nation’s largest ever triumph.

Teboho Mokoena Salary 2024

Mamelodi Sundowns fc and the South African national team are Teboho Mokoena’s current teams. The star player is a midfielder who mostly occupies center midfield. He also plays the offensive and defensive midfield roles.

As of 2024, The salary of Teboho Mokoena at Mamelodi Sundowns is estimated at R300,000 Rands per month.

His market worth as of January 2024 is €1.10 million, according to Transfermarkt, with his best value being €1.20 million last year (2021).

Teboho Mokoena Net Worth 2024

As at 2022, Teboho Mokoena net worth 2022 is €1.10 million.

Honours

Club

SuperSport United
  • Nedbank Cup: 2017
  • MTN 8: 2019

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