Age – 31 (31 May 1989)
Place of Birth – Dortmund, West Germany
Nationality – German
Salary as Player – €210,000 per-week
Net Worth – US$20 million
Professional debut – December 2006 for Rot Weiss Ahlen in Oberliga Westfalen.
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Puma – German sportswear giant Puma is the long-time official sports equipment supplier for Marco Reus, dating back to 2009 when he was bursting onto the scene while playing for Borussia Mönchengladbach.
Sports Total – Sports Total is a Cologne-based consultancy that acts as broker for Reus’ endorsement deals.
Kaliber5 – Kaliber5 is a Hamburg-based computer and network security company that helped Reus create his own website boasting various 3D models of himself in his various avatars.
HyperX – Computer and console-based hardware manufacturer HyperX signed Reus on a two-year deal in February 2019. The deal sees Reus use HyperX’s accessories (keyboard, headphones, mouse) during his livestream gaming sessions.
Panasonic – The Japanese electronics giant signed up Reus in 2013 to promote its Lumix G range of digital cameras with a print-focused ad campaign.
Hot Wheels – Reus was signed by American toy maker Mattel for its miniature toy cars brand Hot Wheels. The company also released an exclusive model (MR11) to celebrate the German superstar.
EA Sports – Marco Reus has been a familiar face in EA Sports’ FIFA games over the years. In 2016, he was even voted to be the global cover star for that year’s instalment, FIFA 17.
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With Rot Weiss Ahlen –
- Regionalliga Nord – 2007-08
With Borussia Dortmund –
- DFB-Pokal – 2016-17
- DFL-Supercup – 2013, 2014, 2019
(Source – Wikipedia)
NOTABLE CHARITY WORK
- Reus is a long-time supporter of the Elterntreff (ParentMeet) initiative, which is aimed at supporting children suffering from leukaemia and tumours.
- In March 2020, Reus and his wife launched the #HelpYourHometown initiative to support medium to small-sized businesses. They donated €500,000 to small businesses around Dortmund.