Takefusa Kubo Wiki/BiographyTakefusa Kubo was born on 4th June 2001 (Age: 21 years; As of 2022) in Kawasaki, Kanagawa, Japan. His nationality is Japanese and his ethnicity is Asian. His zodiac sign is Gemini and he follows Christianity (religion). His profession is a famous Japanese football player.
Takefusa Kubo Educational QualificationTakefusa Kubo doesn’t disclose his schooling. He only discloses his club career. So we assume that he completing his schooling in his hometown.
Takefusa Kubo Physical Stats
- Height: 5′ 9″ inches
- Weight: 74 kg
- Hair Colour: Brown
- Eye Colour: Brown
- Shoe Size: 8.5 US
- Body measurement: 41-32-16
Takefusa Kubo Family & ParentsTakefusa Kubo was born into a middle-class family to Japanese family. His father’s name is Takefumi Kubo and he doesn’t reveal his mother’s name. He has 1 sibling a brother but he doesn’t disclose his brother’s name or his work.
Takefusa Kubo Wife & RelationshipsTakefusa Kubo’s dating status is single and his marital status is unmarried. He doesn’t disclose his relationship and girlfriend so we assume that he is single.
Takefusa Kubo Career & ProfessionEarly Carer At the age of 7, he started playing football for FC Permission, a local club based in his home city Kawasaki. He was awarded MVP at the FC Barcelona football camp in 2009 August. He was selected as a member of the FC Barcelona School team and participated in Sodexo European Rusas Cup held in Belgium in 2010 April. He was awarded MVP even though his team finished third. Barcelona He had been invited to join FC Barcelona’s youth Academy, La Masia, after passing the trial in August 2011. Takefusa Kubo starts to play for Barca Alevi C (U11). During his first full season, he was the top goalscorer in the league with 74 goals in 30 games. In his third full season (2014-2015), he was promoted to Barca Infantil A (U14). The Spanish club was later found to have violated FIFA’s international transfer policy for under-18 youths, making Kubo ineligible to play for the club. FC Tokyo In 2016, he joined the FC Tokyo U-18 team. He was promoted to the senior side at the age of fifteen in 2016 September. On 5th November, he made his formal debut for the reserve team in the J3 League as a halftime sub for the match against AC Nagano Parceiro. On 15 April 2017 Kubo became the youngest player to score in the J.League at 15 years, and ten months in a 1–0 win over Cerezo Osaka U-23.On 3 May, the top-flight debuted for the first team in J.League YBC Levain Cup playing 25 minutes in a 1–0 win against Hokkaido Consadole Sapporo. In November 2017, FC Tokyo announced an update to Kubo’s contract improving it to pay him as a first-team member. Yokohama F. Marinos (loan) On 16 August 2018, he joined Yokohama F. Marinos on a half-year loan. He immediately scored on his debut with Marinos in an away game against Vissel Kobe. From the start of the 2019 season, Kubo became a regular starter for FC Tokyo in both the J.League YBC Levain Cup and J.League scoring goals in both competitions. Real Madrid On 14th June 2019, he signed with Spanish club Real Madrid on a five-year deal. Although registered with their U-19 team, he had been expected to mainly play for Real Madrid B during the 2019-2020 season. However, he featured regularly with the first team during Real Madrid’s preseason tour of the United States and Germany. Mallorca (loan) He joined RCD Mallorca on a season-long loan on 22nd August 2019. He has become the third Japanese player in Mallorca’s history after Yoshito Okubo and Akihiro lenga. On 1 September, he made his La Liga debut playing 15 minutes in a 2–0 loss to Valencia. He became the youngest Japanese player in the Top 4 European leagues. He later scored his second goal in an entertaining 3–3 draw to Real Betis on 21 February 2020. He then scored his third goal two weeks later in a 2–1 victory over SD Eibar. Villarreal (loan) On 10 August 2020, he was loaned to Villarreal CF until the end of the 2020–21 season. After being mainly used as a substitute, his loan was cut short on 8 January 2021. Getafe (loan) Immediately after leaving Villarreal, Kubo moved to fellow top-tier side Getafe CF on loan for the remainder of the season. Return to Mallorca (loan) On 12 August 2021, Kubo rejoined RCD Mallorca on a season-long loan. Real Sociedad On 19 July 2022, Kubo joined Real Sociedad on a permanent deal. Kubo marked his debut by scoring the only goal in a 1–0 win away to Cádiz in their opening game of the season in La Liga. International Career Kubo has been involved in Japanese national teams from U-15 to the senior level. At the age of fifteen, he was selected to the Japan U-20 national team for the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup. Shortly before turning eighteen, Kubo was named in the squad for the 2019 Copa América, which marked his first call-up to the senior squad made his debut on 9 June 2019 in a friendly against El Salvador, as a 67th-minute substitute for Takumi Minamino.On 22 July 2021, Kubo scored Japan’s first goal against South Africa in the 2020 Olympics.
Takefusa Kubo Favorite Things
- Favorite Food: Kare-Raisu
- Favorite Color: Black, Blue
- Favorite Book: Las Violetas son flores del deseo
- Favorite Footballer: Maradona, Ronaldinho
- Favorite Cricketer: Luis Hermida
- Favorite Actor: Hiro Mizushima
- Favorite Actress: Haruka Ayase
- Favorite Movie: Amores perros
- Favorite Song: La corriente
- Favourite Pet-Animal: Dog
Takefusa Kubo Net WorthTakefusa Kubo’s net worth is estimated at 12.5 million euros. His annual salary is €1,000,000 per year (As of November 2022). His last contract was on 19th July 2022 with Real Sociedad on a permanent deal.
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Takefusa Kubo Amazing Facts
- Takefusa Kubo is currently, playing with Real Sociedad.
- His position in his team is Winger.
- His jersey number is 14.
- His lucky number is 4.
- Individually he achieve in UEFA La Liga Revelation team of the year in 2019-20.
- His lucky stone is Agate.
- In team AFC U-19 Championship he won a bronze medal in the 2018 Indonesia championship.
- His lucky color is Yellow.
- His dating status is single.
- He won so many medals and awards in his career.