Charlie Davies Biography
Charlie Davies (Full Name: Charles Desmond Davies) is a prominent American former professional soccer player who played as a forward. At the moment, he serves at CBS Sports and MLS as a soccer analyst. Also, he is a New England Revolution color analyst. He also works as a Director of the ‘Quin Impact Fund & Member Relations at The ‘Quin House since May 2021.
Charlie Davies Age
Charlie Davies was born on 25th June 1986, in Manchester, New Hampshire, in the United States of America. He is 35 years old.
Charlie Davies Height
Charlie stands at a height of 5 feet 10 inches (Approx. 1.78 m).
Charlie Davies Family
Charlie was born and raised in Manchester, New Hampshire to caring and loving parents. His dad had a drug addiction while his mother, Kathleen, an inspector at Raytheon, had a mental health condition. In addition, Charlie has a young brother called Justin.
Charlie Davies Wife
He is happily married to his beloved wife Nina Davies. The lovely couple walked down the aisle in 2012. The pair welcomed twin sons called Dakota Charles and Rhys Arthur born on 17th March 2016.
Charlie Davies Education
He attended the Brooks School in North Andover, Massachusetts where he graduated with fellow professional Mike Fucito in 2004. Later on, Charlie enrolled at Boston College.
Charlie Davies Salary
She bags a remarkable salary of $75,163 annually. This is according to CBS Sports soccer analysts’ salaries.
Charlie Davies Net Worth
Charlie Davies has been able to cumulate a decent fortune over the years of his work and has an estimated net worth of $1 million.
Charlie Davies Career
He is working currently working as a soccer analyst for CBS Sports and MLS. Also, he is a New England Revolution color analyst. He also works as a Director of the ‘Quin Impact Fund & Member Relations at The ‘Quin House since May 2021. He also works as a Host of “The U.S. Soccer Podcast” at the U.S. Soccer Federation. He also works as a Co-Host of Counter-Attack SiriusXM FC 157 at SiriusXM.
Charlie set several soccer records at his high school, the Brooks School, before appearing for the Westchester Flames in college and the Boston College Eagles. In December 2006, he signed his first professional contract with the Swedish Allsvenskan club Hammarby IF before joining Sochaux in July 2009. From 2007 to 2009, Charlie was capped seventeen times for the United States national team and has four international goals.