Inside football’s most outrageous car garages: Cristiano Ronaldo’s lavish collection is worth £18m

Few trends in football are as well established as that of footballers spending outrageous amounts of money on their cars.

The sight of a player driving around in a vehicle worth several hundreds of thousands of pounds – if not far more – is almost as common as fans arguing over a VAR decision.

Cristiano Ronaldo owns a limited-edition Bugatti Centodieci worth £8.5million

From Cristiano Ronaldo’s £8.5million Bugatti to Mauro Icardi’s eye-watering £22.3m Rolls-Royce, footballers aren’t afraid to splash their cash on cars.

At the same time, as Stephen Ireland’s extravagant pink wheeled-Range Rover and Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s fleet of gold cars suggest, taste can leave a lot to be desired.

The Portuguese also boasts Mercedes G-Wagon Brabus worth £600,000, which he received from his girlfriend Georgina Rodriguez in 2020

Here, Mail Sport takes a look at some of the best garages in world football, from the expensive to the aesthetically outrageous and everything in between. The Portuguese superstar is famous for his love of cars and boasts a collection worth a combined £18million.

In 2017, Ronaldo bought an F12 TDF (Tour de France) - one of only 799 that were made

From a £2m Bugatti Chiron to a £500,000 Ferrari 599 GTO and a McLaren Senna worth £750,000, the 37-year-old is famous for his mega-expensive motors.

Ronaldo's white version of the Ferrari F12 is worth an eye-watering £240,000

His vast array of supercars also comprises two Rolls-Royces: the Cullinan worth £300,000 and the Phantom Drophead coupe, which costs around £500,000.


The former Arsenal and Chelsea striker also boasts quite the collection of cars. While it may not reach Ronaldo’s exorbitant value, Aubameyang’s fleet is worth well over £2million.

Ronaldo has a black Bugatti Veyron  which costs £1.7m and reaches a top speed of 254mph

The Gabon international owns several Lamborghinis, Porsches, Audis, Aston Martins and Ferraris, including a LaFerrari model. The latter – which, rather unoriginally, means ‘The Ferrari – is the Italian marque’s attempt at building the definitive hybrid sports car and just 499 have been made.

The 38-year-old also also owns a Lamborghini Aventador worth around £260,000

All of them sold out before the car was even made available, with each owner parting with £1m or more to own one. The car bursts with technology borrowed from Ferrari’s Formula One team and its 6.3-litre V12 engine is capable of 950bhp and a top speed of at least 227mph.

Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's car collection is worth north of £2million

While it’s hard to find fault in Aubameyang’s taste for car, the same cannot be said about his aesthetic preferences. Three of his cars are painted gold, while two have psychedelic silver finishes which catch different colours of light from all angles.

Rashford also owns a Rolls-Royce Black Badge Wraith which is worth £700,000

The Manchester United striker last month splashed £560,000 on a Rolls-Royce Cullinan Blue Shadow, which is one of only 62 made.

The design of the car is inspired by the Karman Line – the enigmatic boundary above Earth where outer space begins – while the car is sprayed Stardust Blue in order to mimic the halo of the Earth’s upper atmosphere.

The England star pictured driving his Black Badge Cullinan, which costs £390,000

A 6.75-litre, twin-turbo charged V12 SUV, its audio system includes 18 speakers. The Blue Shadow is Rashford’s third Rolls-Royce after the Black Badge Wraith and the Black Badge Cullinan, which are worth £700,000 and £390,000 respectively.

Also in Rashford's collection is a Lamborghini Urus Performante, which costs £350,000

The England international’s garage also includes a £280,000 McLaren 765 Long Tail and a £350,000 Lamborghini Urus Performante. The Argentine recently splashed £22.3m on a new Rolls-Royce which, even by a footballer’s standards, is an eye-watering amount of money.

Vincent Kompany had a Shelby Mustang GT-C like the one above, which he sold for £30,000

The Boat Tail is the most expensive new car in the world, and just three copies of the model have been produced to date. It is clear that the Boat Tail is no ordinary car, and it takes four years for one to be built by hand.

The former Manchester City star had his car impounded a staggering 27 times during his spell in the Premier League

It is no wonder it takes so long given that 1,813 parts need to be fitted to make it a truly unique vehicle. One wonders whether the Galatasaray striker will dare to drive it through Istanbul’s notoriously bad traffic.

Stephen Ireland made the rather bold move of getting behind the pink wheels of his wife's car

Prices for the car start at £187,920 and rise to around £232,420. A bargain compared to his Lamborghini.

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