Antonio Rudiger height, age, wife, family, biography, etc.

Antonio Rudiger is a German footballer. He was born on 3 March 1993 in Berlin, Germany. His height is approx 6 feet 3 inches.

He play as a Defender in Germany football team. He is a part of Chelsea football club and his shirt number is 2. His main position is center back but he also play at right back position.

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Personal Information

Name

Antonio Rudiger

NickName

Rudiger

Date of Birth

3 March 1993

Current Age

28 Years

Team

Germany

Club

Chelsea

Country

Germany

Nationality / Citizenship

German

Current City / Home Town

Berlin, Germany

Birth Place

Berlin, Germany

Language

English

Education

N/A

Religion

Muslim

Caste

N/A

Height

In feet: 6 feet 3 inches

Centimeters: 188 cm

Meters: 1.88 m

Inches: 75 inches

Weight

80 kg approx

Hair Color

Black

Hair Style

Simple

Networth/ Salary

Approx 10 million

Hobbies

Playing Football

Football Information

Field Position

Main position:

  • Centre-Back

Other position:

  • Right-Back

Preferred Foot

Right

Role in Team

Defender

Coach or Mentor

N/A

Jersey / Shirt Number

2

Major Clubs

Chelsea

National Teams

  • Germany Under-18
  • Germany Under-19
  • Germany Under-20
  • Germany Under-21
  • Germany

Youth Career

  • VfB Sperber Neukolln
  • SV Tasmania Berlin
  • Neukollner Sportfreunde 1907 Hertha
  • Zehlendorf
  • Borussia Dortmund
  • VfB Stuttgart

Senior Career

  • VfB Stuttgart II
  • VfB Stuttgart
  • Roma
  • Chelsea

Legacy Number

N/A

Professional Debut

N/A

Antonio Rudiger Wife and Family

His father name is Matthias Rudiger and his mother name is Lily Rudiger. He is a half brother of Sahr Senesie. His girl friend name is Sierra Leone.

Wife or Girl Friend

Sierra Leone

Parents

Father: Matthias Rudiger

Mother: Lily Rudiger

Siblings

Brothers: Sahr Senesie

Sisters: N/A

Children

Son: N/A

Daughter: N/A

Others

N/A

Favorites

Footballer

N/A

Sports

Football

Actor

N/A

Actress

N/A

Food

N/A

Football Ground

N/A

Sportsman

N/A

Holiday Destination

N/A

Awards and Achivements

Individual:

  • Under-19 Fritz Walter Gold Medal in 2012.
  • UEFA Champions League Squad of the Season in 2020–21.

Germany:

  • FIFA Confederations Cup in 2017.

Chelsea:

  • FA Cup in 2017–18 and runner-up in 2019–20 and in 2020–21.
  • UEFA Champions League 2020–21.
  • EFL Cup runner-up in 2018–19.
  • UEFA Europa League in 2018–19.
  • UEFA Super Cup in 2021.

Records

  • Not Available yet.

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