Sergio Ramos Biography
Sergio Ramos García is a Spanish professional footballer who plays for Real Madrid and the Spain national team as a centre back. He also captains both teams. He can also play as a right back.
He began his career at local side Sevilla and emerged through the club’s youth system. On 1 February 2004, he made his first-team and La Liga debut. He moved to Madrid in 2005. Since then, he has gone on to become a mainstay for Real Madrid where he has won 19 major honours and developed into one of La Liga’s top scorers from a defensive position.
Those honours include: four La Liga titles and four UEFA Champions League titles. He played a crucial part in the build up to all four UEFA Champions League titles, being named to the UEFA Squad of the Season each time. He also notably scored the equalizer in the 93rd minute of the 2013–14 final.
He represented the Spanish national team at four World Cups and three European Championships. He won the 2010 FIFA World Cup and the UEFA Euro in 2008 and 2012, being named to the FIFA World Cup Dream Team in 2010, and the UEFA Euro Team of the Tournament in 2012. He made his first appearance at the age of 18 and, in 2013, and became the nation’s youngest player to ever reach 100 caps. He is the nation’s second-most capped player.
He is regarded as one of the best defenders in the world. He was named to the FIFPro World XI eight times, a record for a defender and the fourth-most all-time, and to the UEFA Team of the Year seven times. Also, he has been named La Liga’s Best Defender a record four times, and to the La Liga Team in 2015 to 2016 Season.
Sergio Ramos Age
Ramos was born on 30 March 1986 in Camas, Seville, Spain. He is 32 years as of 2018.
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Ramos is not married though he is engaged to his long-term girlfriend Pilar Rubio, a journalist and TV presenter. They began dating in 2012, a fact that both of them confirmed at the FIFA Ballon d’Or and proposed to her on 16 July 2018. They are parents to three children: all sons; the first is Sergio who was born on 6 May 2014, Marco who was born on 14 November 2015 and Alejandro who was born on 25 March 2018.
Sergio Ramos Sevilla
At Sevilla, Ramos began his career in football emerged through the club’s youth system alongside Jesús Navas and Antonio Puerta. On 1 February 2004, he made his first-team and La Liga debut, coming on as a 64th minute substitute for Francisco Gallardo in an away loss against Deportivo de La Coruña.
He appeared in 41 games in the 2004-2005 season as Sevilla finished sixth and qualified to the UEFA Cup. He had scored in home fixtures against Real Sociedad (2-1) and Real Madrid (2-2). He also scored his first continental goal, in the season’s edition of that European tournament, heading to conclude a win over CD Nacional at the Estadio Ramon Sánchez Pizjuán in the first round.
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Sergio Ramos Real Madrid
Ramos left Sevilla for Real Madrid in the summer of 2005 for €27 million, a record for a Spanish defender. He was assigned the number 4 jersey previously worn by Fernando Hierro. His first goal for the Merengues came on 6 December 2005, in a 1–2 UEFA Champions League group stage loss at Olympiacos.
He initially played as a centre back and an emergency defensive midfielder on occasion but he was again relocated to the right back with the arrival of Christoph Metzelder and Pepe in the 2007–08 season. In his first four season, he showed a goalscoring instinct unusual to many defenders with more than 20 goals. He also received 9 of his 24 red cards during the same time.
He played very well for Madrid and in 2008, he was named in both FIFA and UEFA’s 2008 Team of the Year and adding to the FIFPro Team of the Year 2007–08 accolade. He finished 21st in the European Player of the Year nomination for 2008.
He was appointed as one of Real Madrid’s four captains at the beginning of the 2009–10 season. He was also deployed as the central midfielder during the campaign as Pepe had suffered a serious knee injury. He scored four goals in 33 league matches; and, on 21 February 2010 he played his 200th official match for the capital team against Villarreal CF (150 in the first division).
Sergio Ramos Religion
The defender is a Catholic. He even has a a tattoo of Mary which covers the top half of his left arm.
Sergio Ramos Haircut
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Quiff Sergio Ramos Haircut
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His hair was lighter in color and he would usually style it messily, in somewhat of a disheveled quiff. You can copy this look if you have a young, wild and free personality.
Sergio Ramos Undercut
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Faux Hawk Sergio Ramos Haircut
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Sergio Ramos Tattoo
He has the Virgin Mary on his arm and a lion on his back. But the tattoo that caused the most intrigue is Sergio Ramos’ knuckles.
The Real Madrid captain asked supporters to guess the meaning behind the numbers 35, 90+, 32 and 19, when he got them inked in red in 2016.
Fans eventually worked out they referred to his various debut successes. When he first started his career at Sevilla, Ramos’ first squad numbers were 35 and 32, while 90+ refers to his injury time goal in the 2014 Champions League final against Atletico Madrid.
Behind the left ear: the Chinese character for wolf, which is an animal that I like [he also said in the past that he got it because the two parts of the character look like his initials, SR].
Right shoulder blade: a goblin. I was 14 years old (it’s his first tattoo). When my father found out, he got incredibly angry. Back then, tattoos were becoming fashionable and so I got one.
Left forearm: the initials of my father and my mother, and between that, the lucky number, VII, in Roman numerals. The phrase above is written in the Elvish language from “Lord of the Rings” and translates to “I will never forget all of you.”
Left middle finger: the initials of the three siblings. All three of us have the same tattoo, although which letter is on top varies.
Right wrist: our names in Arabic. René has the same tattoo. My wrist is more decorated and next to the name there is also a small 4 in Arabic. The rest is a maori mixture.
Upper inner arms (biceps): a Cicero quote. On the right arm, “The spirit of the dead lies…” Before the word “dead,” there is an IX, which stands for the day my father was born, and after “lies” is a 27 for the day my mother was born. On the left arm: “… in the memory of the ones alive.” Before the “the,” there is a 3, which is the day my sister was born and at the end, there is an XI for the day my brother was born.
Left upper outer arm: a mixture of things with personal significance. There is a Virgin, a Christ, a phrase in Italian (my family is my blood), a Star of David in memory of my grandmother Nena, who gave my mother a gold star which I often wear as a necklace, and the word “freedom” (in English).
Right upper outer arm: a potpourri of things that is not completed yet. It’s a mixture of feelings, there are musical notes, the Giralda, with a red star next to it, the key to my heart, the hand of Fátima with the eye symbol, a crown, a cross, two old-style military caps with the number 15, which is my number with the national team…
Hands: the names of my parents. On my right hand is Rubio, the nickname of my father, and on my left is Paqui, my mother’s name.
Ribs: a phrase of Nelson Mandela from the movie Invictus: “Thanks God for my unconquerable soul. I am the master… [right side] of my own destiny, the captain of my soul 30-03-86″ [left side]. I’ve always admired him and I read quite a lot about him.
Lower back: I have the name of my sister, Miriam, my number 4, the name of my brother René and a cross.
Lower belly: it’s a response to the “S” that Mundi, my best friend, got first. It’s an “M” with two wings and two feathers.
Right calf: a small World Cup above that, the date 11-07-2010.
Sergio Ramos home jersey Number
He wear number 4 at Real Madrid C.F for he took it from Fernando Hierro. His wears number 15 jersey at Spanish national football team is a tribute to his late footballer friend Antonio Puerta, whom they both made it to the first team very soon owing to the trio’s fine skills and abilities.
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Sergio Ramos Salary
He earns £200,000 weekly according to 2018-19 Real Madrid’s weekly wages.
Sergio Ramos Net Worth
The Spanish international has an estimated net worth of $80 million.
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Sergio Ramos Red Cards
- He has received 24 red cards since he begun playing with Real Madrid. They are as follows:
- Espanyol 1-0 Real Madrid, La Liga, 18 September 2005
- Real Madrid 2-1 Olympiakos, Champions League, 29 September 2005
- Real Sociedad 2-2 Real Madrid, La Liga, 27 November 2005
- Real Madrid 3-3 Villarreal, La Liga, 7 May 2006
- Real Madrid 1-1 Atlético Madrid, La Liga, 1 October 2006
- Sevilla 2-0 Real Madrid, La Liga, 3 November 2007
- Recreativo 2-3 Real Madrid, La Liga, 1 March 2008
- Mallorca 1-1 Real Madrid, La Liga, 5 April 2008
- Real Madrid 4-3 Málaga, La Liga, 9 November 2008
- Atlético Madrid 2-3 Real Madrid, La Liga, 7 November 2009
- Ajax 0-4 Real Madrid, Champions League, 23 November 2010
- Barcelona 5-0 Real Madrid, La Liga, 29 November 2010
- Barcelona 2-2 Real Madrid, Copa del Rey, 25 January 2012
- Villarreal 1-1 Real Madrid, La Liga, 21 March 2012
- Real Madrid 4-0 Celta Vigo, Copa del Rey, 2 January 2013
- Real Madrid 2-0 Rayo Vallecano, La Liga, 17 February 2013
- Real Madrid 4-1 Galatasaray, Champions League, 27 November 2013
- Osasuna 2-2 Real Madrid, La Liga, 14 December 2013
- Real Madrid 3-4 Barcelona, La Liga, 23 March 2014
- Las Palmas 1-2 Real Madrid, La Liga, 13 March 2016
- Barcelona 1-2 Real Madrid, La Liga, 2 April 2016
- Real Madrid 2-3 Barcelona, La Liga, 23 April 2017
- Deportivo 0-3 Real Madrid, La Liga, 20 August 2017
- Athletic Bilbao 0-0 Real Madrid, La Liga, 2 December 2017
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Sergio Ramos 2018 Ballon d’Or Nomination
Since 1956, the biggest individual prize in football has always been the Ballon d’Or.
Christiano Ronaldo and Lionel Messi have dominated the award in the last decade – the duo winning all 10 of the last awards – the Golden Ball is once more on offer in Paris on December 3.
This year’s 30-man shortlist was announced in early October 2018. The list is compiled by the editorial staff of the French publication France Football, with the winner voted for by journalists from around the world, with one representative per nation. It was first won by Sir Stanley Matthews.
The players, managers and journalists that are chosen to vote for the award allocate five, three and one point to three nominated players, and the player with the highest number of points wins.
Here’s the full list of nominees…
SERGIO RAMOS (Real Madrid)
THIBAUT COURTOIS (Real Madrid)
HARRY KANE (Tottenham Hotspur)
EDEN HAZARD (Chelsea)
RAPHAEL VARANE (Real Madrid)
GARETH BALE (Real Madrid)
SERGIO AGUERO (Manchester City)
ALISSON BECKER (Liverpool)
KARIM BENZEMA (Real Madrid)
EDINSON CAVANI (Paris Saint-Germain)
CRISTIANO RONALDO (Juventus)
KEVIN DE BRUYNE (Manchester City)
ROBERTO FIRMINO (Liverpool)
DIEGO GODIN (Atletico Madrid)
ANTOINE GRIEZMANN (Atletico Madrid)
ISCO (Real Madrid)
N’GOLO KANTE (Chelsea)
HUGO LLORIS (Tottenham)
MARIO MANDZUKIC (Juventus)
SADIO MANE (Liverpool)
MARCELO (Real Madrid)
KYLIAN MBAPPE (PSG)
LIONEL MESSI (Barcelona)
LUKA MODRIC (Real Madrid)
NEYMAR (Paris Saint-Germain)
JAN OBLAK (Atletico de Madrid)
PAUL POGBA (Manchester United)
IVAN RAKITIC (Barcelona)
MOHAMED SALAH (Liverpool)
LUIS SUAREZ (Barcelona)