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Stan Kroenke Net Worth 2021: Lifetime Earnings of Stan Kroenke

$ 7.7 Billion

Enos Stanley Kroenke is an American businessman and entrepreneur. He is one of the richest persons in Missouri. In August 2018, he became the sole owner of Arsenal Team. He is the full owner of the Denver Nuggets, St. Louis Rams, and the Colorado Avalanche. He is also part owner of the Colorado Crush, the Colorado Mammoths, and the Colorado Rapids teams. The business mogul has an accumulated net worth of $7.7 Billion.

Check out the below article to know the complete information regarding Networth of Stan Kroenke and His Earnings other Investments details. Also Check, How Much Money is Steve Easterbrook and Pasquale Rotella Worth.


Stan Kroenke Net Worth 2021

Stan Kroenke is the head and owner of Kroenke Sports Enterprises. He is the owner and Chairman of the NFL’s St. Louis Rams. His sports empire also includes the NBA’s Denver Nuggets, NHL’s Colorado Avalanche, Colorado Rapids soccer team and Arsenal Football Club in the U.K.

In 2004, he also purchased Colorado Mammoth of the National Lacrosse League as well as Colorado Rapids of Major League Soccer.

Stan Kroenke is also the owner of the Denver-based Pepsi Center as well as the co-owner of Dick’s Sporting Goods Park. Kroenke also owns TicketHorse, a ticketing company that offers in-house sales to all the teams he owns. As of now, Pasquale Rotella Net Worth is $7.7 Billion.

Stan Kroenke House (Mansion):

The business legend has seven homes and 1.5 million acres of ranchland in Montana, Wyoming and British Columbia, and several California vineyards.

The Kroenke family's main residence spans nearly 84 acres in Columbia, Mo. (credit: Pictometry)

Columbia Mansion:

  • Place: West Nifong Boulevard, Columbia, Mo.
  • Value: $2.5 million
  • The Columbia mansion built in 1988, sits on nearly 84 acres and has five bedrooms, six full baths

California Beach House:

  • Place: Pacific Coast Highway, Malibu, Calif.
  • Value: $8.9 million
  • The house has four bedrooms, a guest house, a pool, and a tennis court.

Red Mountain Retreat:

  • Place: Ridge Road, Aspen, Colo.
  • Value: $20.75 million
  • This estate includes a 10,500-square-foot contemporary main house with a theater, a 1,600-bottle wine cellar, and a resistance pool.

Montana Farm:

  • Place: Broken O Ranch, Augusta, Mont.
  • List Price: $132.5 million
  • It’s a 124,000-acre operational ranch that spans three counties and has a 10,000-square-foot main house

Penthouse Crash Pad:

  • Place: Pepsi Center, Denver, Colo.
  • Value: —
  • He owns an 11,500-square-foot duplex penthouse atop his Pepsi Center complex.

Aspen Mountain Town House

  • Place: South Mill Street, Aspen, Colo.
  • Value: $6.2 million
  • He purchased this home in 2004 for $5.9 million. The 7,150-square-foot home features four-bedrooms

Early Life:

Enos Stanley Kroenke was born on July 29, 1947, in Columbia, Missouri, United States. He attended Cole Camp High School in Missouri. In school days, he showed interest in sports like baseball, basketball, and track.

He acquired his Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Science, and Masters of Business Administration degrees from the University of Missouri.


In 1983 Stan Kroenke started a real estate development company, Kroenke Group. The company built many apartment buildings and shopping malls. In 1991, he founded a suburban development Company called THF (To Have Fun). By 2016, the value of the company was worth about $2 billion.

In 1999, he established Kroenke Sports & Entertainment (KSE) in Denver. The company owns five sports franchises, In total, the company owns five sports franchises and a major stake in a sixth one.

Kroenke bought a major share in St. Louis Rams of NFL in 1999, and in 2000, he fully acquired Denver Nuggets of NBA and Colorado Avalanche of NHL.

In 2002, he became the co-owner of Colorado Crush of Arena Football League, and in 2004, he became the owner of Colorado Mammoth of NLL and Colorado Rapids of MLS.

His ticket company TicketHorse renamed as Altitude Tickets, and a new website launched in 2014.

Kroenke owns the Pepsi Center in Denver. It is a multi-purpose arena and home to the Denver Nuggets, the Colorado Avalanche, and the Colorado Mammoth.

In January 2018, Kroenke, who held majority shares in Arsenal, increased his stake to 67.09 percent with an additional investment of £616,000.

Personal Life:

Stan Kroenke married to Ann Walton – daughter of Walmart co-founder James ‘Bud’ Walton – in 1973. The couple have a daughter Whitney Ann Kroenke, born on September 29, 1977, and son Josh Kroenke, born on May 7, 1980. He has two other children as well—Brett Kroenke and Katie Kroenke.


Quick Facts about Stan Kroenke:

Full Name Stan Kroenke
Net Worth $7.7 Billion
Date Of Birth July 29, 1947
Place Of Birth Columbia, Missouri, United States
Profession Entrepreneur, Businessperson, Real estate development
Education University of Missouri, Cole Camp High School
Nationality United States of America
Spouse Ann Walton Kroenke (m. 1973)
Children Josh Kroenke, Whitney Kroenke Burditt, Brett Kroenke, Katie Kroenke
Parents Evelyn P. Kroenke, Alvin Kroenke
Nicknames Enos Stanley Kroenke

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