Robin Olsen Biography
Robin Olsen (full name: Robin Patrick Olsen), is a Swedish professional footballer who was born on 8th January 1990 in Malmö, Sweden. He plays as a goalkeeper for AS Roma and Sweden national football team.
He began his career playing for Malmö youth teams before moving to the academy of BK Olympic. At the age of 16 he joined IF Limhamn Bunkeflo making his debut in the Swedish second tier of a year later.
Robin Olsen Age
Olsen was born on 8th January 1990 in Malmö, Sweden. He is 28 years as of 2018.
Robin Olsen Family
Olsen is of Danish ancestry and he used to hold a Danish passport, but grew up in Sweden. He was born as Robin Patrick Olsen in Malmö, Sweden. He began his career playing for Malmö youth teams before moving to the academy of BK Olympic. At the age of 16 he joined IF Limhamn Bunkeflo and made his debut in the Swedish second tier a year later. Following a knee injury he went on to play for Bunkeflo FF and IFK Klagshamn.
Robin Olsen Wife
The Swedidh goalkeeper is married to Mia Lindgren whom he wed in the presence of their family members and friends. The couple has an adorable daughter named Alicia who was born on 3rd January 2016. They are also animal lovers and have a pet dog.
Robin Olsen Malmö FF
In 2011, Olsen rejoined Malmö FF making his Allsvenskan debut on 1 October 2012 in an away fixture against Syrianska FC, when first choice goalkeeper Johan Dahlin was suspended, and kept a clean sheet as the match ended 2–0 in Malmö’s favour.
On 5th April 2013, in a match against Åtvidabergs FF, he came in as a substitute at half time after Dahlin suffered an injury. Olsen then managed to hold a clean sheet in the remaining part of the match as well as a further three matches before conceding a goal in stoppage time in his fourth match of the season in the away fixture against IFK Göteborg.
Olsen played 10 matches for Malmö FF during the league title winning 2013 season, an unusual feat for a second choice goalkeeper.
During the 2014 season, Johan Dahlin was sold making Olsen the first choice goalkeeper. Olsen made 29 out of 30 league appearances and was a vital piece of the team that defended the clubs league title and qualified for the group stage of the 2014–15 UEFA Champions League. For his performances in the league, Olsen was awarded Allsvenskan goalkeeper of the year. He was also nominated for Swedish goalkeeper of the year at Fotbollsgalan.
Robin Olsen PAOK
On 1st July 2015, Olsen signed a four year contract deal with PAOK FC. His move was for a transfer fee of nearly €650,000 being paid to Malmö.
Robin Olsen F.C. Copenhagen
Olsen joined F.C. Copenhagen on 26th January 2016 for a six month loan. According to Ståle Solbakken, F.C. Copenhagen’s manager, the Danish team was in search of a goalkeeper due to Stephan Andersen’s injury.
The performances of the then 26-year-old international in Super League and Europa League until January were below average, but he retained his good form since he joined the Danish club and increased his chances to be included in Sweden national team’s squad ahead of Euro 2016. As a consequence of his performance, F.C. Copenhagen wanted to make the loan move permanent.
On 24th May 2016, he signed a four-year contract with F.C. Copenhagen with the club paying a transfer fee of almost €600,000 to PAOK.
Robin Olsen A.S. Roma
On 24 July 2018, for a reported fee of about €12,000,000, Olsen signed a five-year contract with the Italian club A.S. Roma. “I’m feeling happy, I’m very excited. It’s a big honour to come to AS Roma. It’s the next step for me and I cannot wait to get started.”Olsen said after signing.
“Robin is a goalkeeper with international experience, and I think he can bring that level to Roma with him. I am confident he can build on the quality that has seen him firmly establish himself as Sweden’s No. 1.” Roma sporting director, Monchi, said.
Prior to the move and signing, he had helped Sweden reach their first World Cup quarterfinal since the 1994 FIFA World Cup and hence gained international interest from some of Europe’s top clubs.
Robin Olsen Liverpool
In June 2018, they were rumors that Liverpool had their eyes on Robin OLsen after Loris Karius’ Champions League final shocker. Robin had kept a clean sheet in his country’s opening World Cup win over South Korea and has caught the idea for his club side Copenhagen.
Robin Olsen Sweden
Olsen is eligible for international play for both Denmark and Sweden. When he joined Malmö FF he said that he would prefer to play for Denmark but in 2014 he opted to play for Sweden according to Danish international coach Morten Olsen. On 15 January 2015, he made his debut for Sweden in a friendly fixture against the Ivory Coast. In May 2018, he was named in Sweden’s 23 man squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia.
Robin Olsen Height & Weight
Robin is 1.98 m tall and weighs 89 kg.
Robin Olsen Current Teams
- Sweden national football team (#1 / Goalkeeper)
- A.S. Roma (#1 / Goalkeeper)
Robin Olsen Net worth
He has an estimated net worth of around $1.5 million. He receives a weekly wage of $19,709 and an annual salary of $1 million.
Robin Olsen FIFA 19
Olesen’s overall rating in FIFA 19 is 76 with a potential of 76. Olsen has got a 1-star skillmoves rating. He prefers to shoot with his right foot. His workrates are Medium / Medium. Olsen’s height is 196 cm cm and his weight is estimated at 86 kg kg according to FIFA’s database. Currently, Robin Olsen is playing with number 1. His best stats are: GK Reflexes: 77, GK Positioning: 76, GK Diving: 76, Strength: 75, GK Handling: 74.
|Position GK||Position GK|
|Kit Number 1||Kit Number 1|
|Joined Club July 24, 2018|
|Contract Length 2022|
|Ball Control 18||Marking 22||Aggression 27||Crossing 20||Acceleration 31||Heading 16||GK Positioning 76|
|Dribbling 11||Slide Tackle 16||Reactions 73||Short Pass 32||Stamina 37||Shot Power 20||GK Diving 76|
|Stand Tackle 12||Att. Position 13||Long Pass 37||Strength 75||Finishing 11||GK Handling 74|
|Interceptions 20||Balance 33||Long Shots 14||GK Kicking 74|
|Vision 55||Sprint Speed 40||Curve 18||GK Reflexes 77|
|Composure 45||Agility 32||FK Acc. 16|
|Jumping 40||Penalties 26|
Robin Olsen FIFA 18
His overall rating in FIFA 18 is 73 with a potential of 75. Olsen has got a 1-star skillmoves rating. He prefers to shoot with his right foot. His workrates are Medium / Medium. Olsen’s height is 196 cm and his weight is estimated at 89 kg according to FIFA’s database. Currently, Robin Olsen is playing with number 25. His best stats are: Strength: 76, GK Reflexes: 74, Reactions: 73, GK Handling: 72, GK Positioning: 71.
|Position GK||Injury Prone|
|Kit Number 25|
|Joined Club July 2, 2015|
|Contract Length 2019|
|Ball Control 17||Marking 17||Aggression 29||Crossing 16||Acceleration 28||Heading 15||GK Positioning 71|
|Dribbling 11||Slide Tackle 17||Reactions 73||Short Pass 29||Stamina 38||Shot Power 17||GK Diving 71|
|Stand Tackle 12||Att. Position 13||Long Pass 32||Strength 76||Finishing 11||GK Handling 72|
|Interceptions 19||Balance 31||Long Shots 15||GK Kicking 71|
|Vision 48||Sprint Speed 40||Curve 15||GK Reflexes 74|
|Composure 41||Agility 33||FK Acc. 18|
|Jumping 39||Penalties 30|
Robin Olsen Transfers
|2018/2019||Jul 2 4, 2018||FC Copenhagen||AS Roma||2,50 Mill. €||8,50 Mill. €|
|2015/2016||Jul 18, 2015||PAOK Salonika||FC Copenhagen||1,50 Mill. €||700 Th. €|
|2011/2012||Aug 20, 2011||FC Copenhagen||PAOK Salonika||1,50 Mill. €||End of Loan|
|2011/2012||Jul 1, 2011||PAOK Salonika||FC Copenhagen||1,50 Mill. €||Loan|
|2010/2011||Aug 13, 2010||Malmö FF||PAOK Salonika||1,25 Mill. €||650 Th. €|
|2009/2010||Jun 30, 2010||IFK Klagshamn||Malmö FF||–||Free Transfer|
|2009/2010||Jul 15, 2009||Bunkeflo||IFK Klagshamn||–||Free Transfer|
|2008/2009||Jul 1, 2008||Bunkeflo U19||Bunkeflo||–||–|
|2006/2007||Jan 1, 2007||Malmö FF U17||Bunkeflo U19||–||Free Transfer|
|Total Proceeds||9,85 Mill. €|
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Robin Olsen Roma goalkeeper: Tough replacing Alisson
Published: November 1, 2018
Adopted from: tribalfootball.com
AS Roma goalkeeper Robin Olsen admits he’s found it difficult to replace Alisson.
Alisson left for Liverpool in the summer to be replaced by the Swede.
“It’s true, when I arrived there was a lot of pressure and attention on me, but that’s normal when you join a big club,” Olsen told the Giallorossi’s match programme.
“Roma had just sold a great goalkeeper like Alisson, and then I came in to replace him. I expected there to be a lot of pressure and I knew that I would have to show my ability out on the pitch.
“I am working hard every day, every minute, to show I have the quality required.
“The difference in football from where I come from and Italy is huge. It’s completely different, clearly Serie A is a far harder and better league – there is no comparison.
“Now I play with better players and against better players, it’s completely different.
“When I arrived it was all totally new; a new way of working, new techniques and methods. I needed a bit of time, I needed to settle in.
“On the pitch my Italian is getting better, I don’t have any issues talking to my teammates and making myself understood.
“I understand a bit more all the time; I’ve been here three months so clearly I can still improve a lot more, so I think slowly I will learn Italian to use day-to-day too.”
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