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Serge David Gnabry was born on 14th July 1995 to the family of Jean-Hermann Gnabry and Birgit Gnabry in Stuttgart, Germany. He is a German professional footballer. He plays the role of a winger for the Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Germany national team.
Gnabry started his career in England with Arsenal in the Premier League. He made his professional appearanace in September 2012. He also had a brief spell on loan with West Bromwich Albion before moving back to Germany to join Werder Bremen in 2016. In 2017, he signed for Bayern Munich before being loaned to 1899 Hoffenheim for the 2017–2018 season. In 2018–2019, his first season with Bayern Munich, he won the Bundesliga title and was named their Player of the Season. The following season, Gnabry scored a total number of twenty-three (23) goals as Bayern sealed a continental treble consisting of the Bundesliga, DFB-Pokal and UEFA Champions League.
After appearing for Germany at various youth levels, Gnabry made his senior international appearance in November 2016 in a 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification match against San Marino, scoring a hat-trick in an 8–0 win. He represented Germany at UEFA Euro 2020 and the 2022 FIFA World Cup.
|Serge David Gnabry
|Bundesliga club Bayern Munich, Germany national football team.
|July 14, 1995
|Place of Birth:
|6 feet 0 inches
|Jean-Hermann Gnabry (father) and Birgit Gnabry (mother)
|Wife • Spouse:
|Zodiac sign: Cancer
Bundesliga Player of the Month for October 2019.
Early Life & Education
Serge David Gnabry was born on 14th July 1995 to the family of Jean-Hermann Gnabry and Birgit Gnabry in Stuttgart, Germany.
Growing up, football was his favorite game, he started playing football at very young age. As at the age of four, he joined the local football club team TSV Weissach. However, he later moved to other clubs like TSF Ditzingen, GSV Hemmingen, SpVgg Feuerbach, Stuttgarter Kickers – before joining his hometown club VfB Stuttgart in 2006.
As a YoungBoy, Gnabry was a talented and very good at playing football and he got his inspiration from Jamaican retired youngster, Usain Bolt and aspired to rise to national level, but he eventually chose football.
Gnabry was once in a relationship with a famous model named Sandra Jerze before they pathed ways, though the cause of their separation wasn’t known but German police intervened to the situation. Gnabry is a philanthropist because in 2017, he joined the Common Goal charity initiative and pledged to donate 1% of his earnings to a fund managed by NGO streetfootballworld.
In order to witness first-hand how football is changing lives, he visited his father’s homeland Ivory Coast in 2019 and visited Tackle Africa—an organization he supports through Common Goal—to know more about their education-through-football programme.
Gnabry played for VfB Stuttgart for five years before he was selected to be a part of the English Premier League side Arsenal in 2010. In 2011, when he turned sixteen, he joined the Arsenal youth team and appeared for the club for the first time in the 2011-2012 season.
For much of the season, he played for the under-18s; however, given his outstanding and striking performance, he was soon promoted to the senior team reserve. In the season, he played six games, scoring two goals.
The following season, after playing for Arsenal first team in a pre-season friendly match against FC Köln, he made his professional appearance in September 2012 against Coventry City in the League Cup.
In October 2012, he made his Premier League appearance against Norwich City. At age seventeen, Gnabry was already the second-youngest Arsenal player to play in the Premier League after Jack Wilshere (16 years and 256 day).
A few days later, he made his appearance in the UEFA Champions League in a game against Schalke 04.
In the 2013-2014 season, he scored his first professional goal playing in a League match against Swansea City. Arsenal won the match 2-1. Later, he also won a penalty playing against Crystal Palace and contributed to Arsenal’s 2–0 victory.
In total, he made a total of 14 appearances in the season including an outstanding performance against Tottenham Hotspur and Coventry, which significantly helped Arsenal to bag the FA Cup. However, the promising start was soon hampered by a serious knee injury and Gnabry ended up not playing for the Arsenal’s first team in 2014-2015 season.
In 2015 he was loaned out to West Bromwich Albion for one season; however, he only made three competitive appearances—one Premier League and two League Cup appearances—in the 2015-2016 season.
Apart from his club career, Serge Gnabry also represented Germany in its various national youth team – under-16, under-17, under-18 and U19 levels – and scored a total of 10 goals in 24 games. He was also a part of Germany U21 (2015-2017) team and scored 4 goals in 16 appearances.
In July 2016, he was included in the squad that competed in the 2016 Summer Olympics. He scored a total number of six (6) goals in 6 six appearances and finished as the tournament’s joint top scorer along with Nils Petersen. Germany bagged the silver medal.
In August 2016, he moved from Arsenal to join Bundesliga side Werder Bremen. He stayed with the side for a single season making 27 league appearances and netting 11 goals.
Later, in November 2016, Gnabry, for the first time, became a part of Germany’s national team and quickly made a mark by scoring three goals against San Marino in his appearance match in a 2018 World Cup qualifier. Germany defeated San Marino 8-0.
In 2017, he was a part of Germany’s U21 team that bagged the UEFA European Under-21 Championship defeating Spain.
Later in same 2017, he moved from Werder Bremen to Bayern Munich and was immediately loaned out by the latter to TSG 1899 Hoffenheim on a season long loan. For the club, he netted his first two goals in December in a match against Leipzig.
His second goal, an incredibly long range goal, was a lob from some 45 yards over goalkeeper Peter Gulacsi. It was labelled the Goal of the Month by the German broadcasters.
By the end of the season, Gnabry had made 26 appearances (including two appearances in UEFA Champions League and one appearance in UEFA Europa League) and netted a total number of ten (10) goals.
In the season, he also made one appearance in Regionalliga Südwest as part of the 1899 Hoffenheim II reserve team.
In 2018, he became a Bayern Munich player and scored his first Bundesliga goal for the club while playing against Freiburg.
In March the following year, he netted Bayern Munich’s 4000th Bundesliga goal while playing against Gladbach. Bayern Munich was the first team to reach the mark.
Gnabry concluded the 2018-2019 Bundesliga season with appearances in a total of 30 league matches and 10 goals, the second best in Bayern Munich. He also made 5 appearances in domestic cups (FA Cup and DFB-Pokal) scoring 3 goals and 7 UEFA Champions League appearance.
The season also saw him winning his first Bundesliga title as Bayern topped the League table. Additionally, Bayern Munich also claimed the DFB-Pokal Cup.
In the 2019-2020 season, he scored a total number of twenty-three (23) goals in 46 appearances including 10 UEFA Champions League appearances in which he scored 9 goals. With a win in the finals against Paris Saint-Germain, he lifted his first Champions League title.
In 2020, Gnabry and Bayern Munich bagged the DFL-Supercup, UEFA Super Cup as well as the FIFA Club World Cup.
Meanwhile, playing for Germany’s national team, Gnabry became the fastest player to reach 10 goals for the nation. He scored his 10th goal, in his 11th appearance, while playing a friendly match against Argentina that finally ended in a 2-2 draw.
Serge David Gnabry has worked as a Footballer right from youth. he has accumulated a satisfactory fortune from playing football. Serge David Gnabry has an astonished net worth of $8 million.
Serge David Gnabry as humble and hardworking as he is discovered that he also has some social media platforms where he can be connected.
- @Serge David Gnabry (@sergegnabry) is his Instagram handle.
- @Serge David Gnabry (@sergegnabry) is his Twitter handle.