Lionel Messi

Arguably one of the best footballers in the world, Messi’s house, which is actually shaped like a football pitch, is a reflection of his love for the game.

Valued at around $5 million (Sh518 million) it has a spa, private theatre and an indoor football pitch.

Zlatan Ibrahimovi?

After a long day, the enigmatic footballer famous for his witty one-liners and crazy bicycle kicks retires to a fancy little mansion in Cheshire, England.

Paying a whooping £16,500 (Sh1.71 million) per month, the six-bedroom mansion comes with a luxury swimming pool, gym, cocktail bar, a plush garden and a double car garage.

Andrés Iniesta

A staunch catholic, the Barcelona superstar owns a $4.6 million (Sh476.9million) five-bedroom mansion which includes a pool and a chapel.


Amongst the highest earning Brazilian footballers in Europe, the young footballer has three homes, two in Brazil and his recent purchase in Barcelona.

Alongside a vast collection of cars, he owns a yacht worth $8 million (Sh829 million).

Cristiano Ronaldo

Known for living large, the Real Madrid star owns several properties including a mansion worth $7.2 million (Sh646.5 million) and a $6 million (Sh622 million) house in Cheshire, England.

The single storey house has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a trophy room and a playroom for kids.


Despite his troubles on and off the pitch, the Italian footballer owns a four-bedroom and four-bathroom $5 million (Sh518 million) residence that comes with a pool, a wine cellar, a private theatre and lush outdoor gardens.

Didier Drogba

The Ivory Coast and former Chelsea FC striker is the proud owner of a $14.5 million (Sh1.5 billion) mansion in England.

The extraordinary 8,600 square feet mansion has seven bedrooms, eight bathrooms, a Jacuzzi, sauna, swimming pool, gaming room, home cinema and even a trophy room.