Alabama’s board of trustees on Monday accredited a contract extension for soccer coach Nick Saban that may hold him in Tuscaloosa by the 2028 season.
Saban, who turns 70 in October, will make $8.4 million this 12 months, along with his wage set to extend yearly. He will likely be paid a median of $9.8 million over the lifetime of the contract, with the ultimate 12 months coming in at $11.2 million.
Coming into his fifteenth season at Alabama, Saban finds himself within the acquainted place of defending nationwide champion. Six of Saban’s document seven nationwide championships have come at Alabama. His different was at LSU in 2003.
In keeping with his new deal, Saban will likely be paid an $800,000 completion profit yearly by 2025.
Among the many annual incentives within the deal are $75,000 for showing within the SEC championship recreation or $125,000 for profitable it; $400,000 for showing in any Faculty Soccer Playoff semifinal recreation; and $600,000 for taking part within the CFP championship recreation or $800,000 for profitable the nationwide title.