Famous soccer player Birthdays, Today, Celebrity Birthdays

  • Mario Balotelli

    Mario Balotelli is an Italian footballer who plays for the Italian ˜Ligue 1' club ˜Nice' and for the Italian national football team. Born to African parents and raised in Sicily, Mario began his career as a footballer with ˜Lumezzane' and made his senior debut at the age of 15. In April 2006, he made his debut in the ˜Serie C1' league. Following that, he had a trial for ˜Barcelona,' which turned out to be a bad experience for Mario, as he was not considered for the team. In 2007, he finally joined ˜Internazionale,' but his two-year-long association with them was plagued with disciplinary issues, which had him getting suspended from the first team in 2009. ˜Manchester City' acquired him in 2010, and Mario's performance continued to flourish with the team. Following a violent incident, he left ˜Manchester City' and joined the Italian club ˜AC Milan.' After his one-and-a-half-year-long stint with ˜Milan,' Mario returned to ˜Premier League' with ˜Liverpool.' He was soon loaned to ˜Milan' and then transferred to ˜Nice.'

    Mario Balotelli

  • Matthijs De Ligt

    Matthijs de Ligt is a Dutch professional footballer. He is one of the most talented defenders among the current generation of footballers. His outstanding physique, amazing tackling and passing technique and aerial duels and Matthijs surely makes up as the perfect young contender in the race for the world's best defender. Still early in his career, Matthijs has become an indispensable part of the Dutch football team. Starting it off as amateur when he was nine, Matthijs carrer graph has risen sharply. Still in his early days, Matthijs has till date played a total of 42 Eredivisie games and 13 Europa League games, wherein he got an average grade of 7.03. He has also played for the Dutch national team.

    Matthijs De Ligt

  • Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

    Dutch striker also known as the Hunter, scored 34 goals in his first 59 appearances with the Dutch national team. He joined Schalke in 2010 after previously playing for A.C. Milan, Real Madrid and Ajax.

    Klaas-Jan Huntelaar

  • Alex Martinez

    Left back who made his professional debut in 2009 with Betis B, and he eventually was moved to Betis in 2011.

    Alex Martinez

  • Tom Cleverley

    Midfielder who joined Manchester United in 2009 and the English national team in 2012.

    Tom Cleverley

  • Danny Graham

    Striker who made his professional debut in 2003 with Middlesbrough and signed with Sunderland in 2013.

    Danny Graham

  • Djibril Cisse

    French striker who won two scoring titles in Ligue 1 and then another two in Super League Greece.

    Djibril Cisse

  • Arthur Melo

    Midfielder who broke out while playing for Campeonato Brasileiro, winning the 2016 Copa do Brasil and 2017 Copa Libertadores titles. He has represented Brazil at tournaments like the 2013 South American Under-17 Football Championship.

    Arthur Melo

  • Rami Gershon

    Israeli centre and left back who first represented his country internationally in 2010. He's played for the Belgian side Standard Liège and was loaned out to Scottish Premier League club Celtic FC during the 2013 season. 

    Rami Gershon

  • Kwesi Appiah

    Famous as a striker for both the Crystal Palace Football Club and the Ghana International team, this English footballer also played for the Margate F.C. and was loaned to Aldershot Town, Cambridge United, and Notts County, among other teams.

    Kwesi Appiah

  • Conor McAleny

    English striker who made his Premiere League debut with Everton in 2011. He spent the next several years on loan to other clubs, including Scunthorpe United, Brentford, Cardiff City and Charlton Athletic.

    Conor McAleny

  • Wissam Ben Yedder

    Striker who has become famous for his goal scoring abilities as a member of Toulouse, UJA Alfortville and Sevilla. He was called up to the senior French national team in 2018.

    Wissam Ben Yedder

  • Alexandros Tzorvas

    Goalkeeper who signed with Genoa in 2012 and first represented the Greek national team in 2008.

    Alexandros Tzorvas

  • Laura Merrin

    New Zealander soccer player who has played fullback for the Everton Ladies Football Club.

    Laura Merrin

  • Mark Kinsella

    Midfielder who played internationally for Ireland from 1998-2004 and professionally for Charlton Athletic from 1996-2002.

    Mark Kinsella

  • Miguel Angel Torren

    Defender who made his professional debut in 2005 for Newell's Old Boys and later joined Cerro Porteno in 2008.

    Miguel Angel Torren

  • Tony Capaldi

    Norwegian soccer player who played for Plymouth Argyle, Cardiff City, Leeds United, Morecambe, and Oxford United. He has played both as a left back in defense and in the midfield as a left winger.

    Tony Capaldi

  • Claudia Pina

    Spanish professional football player who is known for her work as a forward for the Barcelona club. She is also known for having played as a striker on the Spanish Under 20 and Under 17 national teams. 

    Claudia Pina