Happy Birthday Yusuf Pathan: A look at former explosive Indian batter’s net worth, endorsements and charity

During his successful career and beyond, Pathan has also inked multiple endorsement deals.

The former explosive Indian cricket, Yusuf Pathan turned 40 today i.e. November 17, 2022.

Between 2007 and 2011, the Baroda-based batting allrounder was a core member of the Indian national team’s historic run.

On September 24, 2007, the batter made his T20 debut for India against Pakistan in the finals of the T20 World Cup 2007. He has also represented his country in one-day internationals. Yusuf Pathan is the brother of another big name in Indian cricket, Irfan Pathan.

Yusuf Pathan also built a reputation for himself in the Indian Premier League (IPL). During his prime, the destructive striker won three IPL titles. Two with the Kolkata Knight Riders (2012,2014) and one with the Rajasthan Royals (2008). Pathan announced his retirement from the game in 2021.

During his successful career and beyond, Pathan has also inked multiple endorsement deals. Along with his on-field accomplishments, the former attacking batter was able to secure several collaborations, which undeniably raised his brand value. Let’s look at the former Indian batter’s net worth, endorsements, and charitable contributions:

Net Worth:

The net worth of Yusuf Pathan is approximated to be roughly INR 175 crore. His massive net worth can be credited to his salaries from the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), IPL, and brand endorsements.

Along with this, the right-handed batter also owns luxury cars such as Ford Endeavour and BMW X5.

Pathan owns a bungalow in Gujarat’s Vadodara. The house is said to be fully furnished and valued at around INR 6 crores. The house covers 15,000 square feet and includes a swimming pool, lawn, plenty of parking, and other amenities.


Yusuf Pathan has received numerous endorsement deals over the years. Pepsi, TATA Indicom, Reebok, and SS (Sareen Sports) are among the major brands on the list.


Yusuf Pathan and his brother Irfan have repeatedly handed humanitarian assistance to people in need. During the covid-19 pandemic, Pathan Foundation assisted people all over the country in getting through difficult times.

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