As of 2014, the average salary of an NFL cheerleader ranges from $70 to $150 per game; however, some experienced cheerleaders may earn as much as $250 to $375 per game. Twenty-six of the current 32 NFL franchises employ cheerleading squads.Continue Reading
In September 2014, the Oakland Raiders' Raiderettes squad was awarded a $125 million settlement in back wages after current and former cheerleaders claimed that countless hours of preparation and game day work amounted to far less than minimum wage.
Cheerleader-related lawsuits have also been filed on behalf of the Cincinnati Bengals, New York Jets, Tampa Bay Buccaneers and Buffalo Bills. The 2014 season marked the first since 1967 that the Jills, as a result of the suit, have not taken the sidelines in Buffalo.Learn more about Salaries
As of September 2014, the average salary for a Dallas Cowboys cheerleader was $150 per home game. Each cheerleader has the opportunity to earn extra money at paid performances.Full Answer >
In 2014, the National Football League's Dallas Cowboys cheerleaders earned $150 for each home game. The 36-to-39 member squad works under a yearlong contract and, in the past, the members weren't paid for attending rehearsals; now, the Dallas Cowboys organization pays the cheerleaders for practice, but does not state how much.Full Answer >
As of 2014, the average yearly pay for an NFL cheerleader is $1,250 per year, counting both games and appearances promoting their team. This figure is based upon a lawsuit brought against the Oakland Raiders football team in 2014 for violating pay agreements.Full Answer >
To become an NFL cheerleader, register for cheerleading and dance workshops. Attend the audition clinics, and then give it your all during the auditions held in the early spring of each year.Full Answer >