Andrei Stepanov

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Andrei Stepanov (born 16 March 1979) is an Estonian former professional footballer. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Andrei Stepanov has received more than 1,231 page views. His biography is available in 17 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 15 in 2019). Andrei Stepanov is the 9,252nd most popular soccer player (down from 8,105th in 2019), the 223rd most popular biography from Estonia (down from 167th in 2019) and the 11th most popular Estonian Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Andrei Stepanov ranks 9,252 out of 16,923Before him are Fredrik Stoor, Shin Tanada, Álex Fernández, Raul Rusescu, Jean-Philippe Mateta, and Rúben Vezo. After him are Aureliano Torres, Aimo Diana, Yannick Djaló, Dragan Đukanović, Almir Moraes Andrade, and Kerry Dixon.

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Among people born in 1979, Andrei Stepanov ranks 711Before him are Juca, Jon M. Chu, John Gadret, Mariana Klaveno, Ruben Houkes, and Cindy Klassen. After him are Ataliba, Jenny Wolf, Chuck Comeau, Andreas Küttel, Zhou Suhong, and Xu Yunlong.

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In Estonia

Among people born in Estonia, Andrei Stepanov ranks 223 out of 276Before him are Aleksei Budõlin (1976), Marko Asmer (1984), Heiki Nabi (1985), Getter Jaani (1993), Tarmo Neemelo (1982), and Roland Lessing (1978). After him are Sandra Nurmsalu (1988), Alo Bärengrub (1984), Triinu Kivilaan (1989), Pavel Londak (1980), Enar Jääger (1984), and Urmas Rooba (1978).


Among soccer players born in Estonia, Andrei Stepanov ranks 11Before him are Sergei Pareiko (1977), Raio Piiroja (1979), Konstantin Vassiljev (1984), Indrek Zelinski (1974), Marek Lemsalu (1972), and Tarmo Neemelo (1982). After him are Alo Bärengrub (1984), Pavel Londak (1980), Enar Jääger (1984), Urmas Rooba (1978), Joel Lindpere (1981), and Tarmo Kink (1985).