Adrian Healey is a football analyst in the United Kingdom for ESPN and BT Sport. Adrian Healey is best known for his appearances on Major League Soccer’s Game of the Week, but he was also a member of ESPN’s 2010 World Cup analyst team in South Africa. Additionally, he has filled in for Dan Thomas as a host on ESPN’s soccer program ESPN FC.
|Full Name:||Adrian Healey|
|Net Worth||$1.3 million|
|Birth Place||Swindon, Wiltshire, England|
Adrian Healey Biography
Adrian Healey was born in Swindon, Wiltshire, England. He is a British national who is a member of the White minority community. His college background, including the institution where he studied and graduated, is less well-known.
Adrian Healey Height and Weight
He stands an average of 5 ft 11 in. tall (Approx 1.78 m). He is brown-haired and has brown eyes.
Adrian Healey began his career as a midday DJ for Boston’s WFNX radio station in 1992. He then obtained employment with the New England Revolution as a television analyst. He later left the Revolution for ESPN, where he began his career as a play-by-play announcer on ESPN2’s alternative coverage of UEFA Champions League matches alongside Robbie Mustoe.
Similarly, he served as a play-by-play analyst for NBC Sports’ coverage of the 2008 Summer Olympics soccer games. Additionally, he was a member of ESPN’s 2010 World Cup commentary team in South Africa. He currently serves as the lead announcer for ESPN’s coverage of Major League Soccer, alongside Ian Darke, Mark Donaldson, and Max Bretos.
Adrian Healey’s Net Worth
Adrian Healey is a British sportscaster and anchor whose net worth is estimated to be $1.3 million as of May 2023. As of 2018, the columnist earns a gross wage of $50,000 from his active broadcasting career with ESPN and BT Sport.
Adrian Healey Wife, Marriage
Adrian Healey is a married man with two children. He has not, however, revealed the identity of his partner. They are parents to a son and a daughter. They have since relocated to Connecticut.