SOCCER PLAYER

Koki Ogawa

1997 - Today

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Koki Ogawa (小川 航基, Ogawa Kōki, born 8 August 1997) is a Japanese professional footballer who plays as a forward for Dutch club NEC Nijmegen. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Koki Ogawa has received more than 12,156 page views. His biography is available in 35 different languages on Wikipedia. Koki Ogawa is the 12,777th most popular soccer player (up from 13,963rd in 2019), the 2,852nd most popular biography from Japan (up from 3,303rd in 2019) and the 945th most popular Japanese Soccer Player.

Memorability Metrics

  • 12k

    Page Views (PV)

  • 30.49

    Historical Popularity Index (HPI)

  • 35

    Languages Editions (L)

  • 2.29

    Effective Languages (L*)

  • 4.60

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

Among SOCCER PLAYERS

Among soccer players, Koki Ogawa ranks 12,777 out of 21,273Before him are Wylan Cyprien, Quinzinho, Naoki Matsuyo, Hiroaki Hiraoka, Nima Nakisa, and Laura Benkarth. After him are Rui Marques, Dhurgham Ismail, Kazuhisa Irii, Santiago Ascacíbar, Zakarya Bergdich, and Maxence Lacroix.

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Contemporaries

Among people born in 1997, Koki Ogawa ranks 333Before him are Pape Cheikh Diop, Luis Suárez, Tomoki Iwata, Sergio Higuita, Ana Konjuh, and Abdulelah Al-Amri. After him are Santiago Ascacíbar, Jorja Smith, Katharina Liensberger, Harrie Lavreysen, Marin Pongračić, and Michel Aebischer.

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In Japan

Among people born in Japan, Koki Ogawa ranks 2,852 out of 6,245Before him are Asami Konno (1987), Yūto Satō (1982), Chiharu Icho (1981), Emi Yamamoto (1982), Naoki Matsuyo (1974), and Hiroaki Hiraoka (1969). After him are Kazuhisa Irii (1970), Daiki Hashimoto (2001), Masashi Shimamura (1971), Yuji Keigoshi (1963), Masato Harasaki (1974), and Kosuke Suzuki (1981).

Among SOCCER PLAYERS In Japan

Among soccer players born in Japan, Koki Ogawa ranks 945Before him are Yoshiyuki Kobayashi (1978), Yuji Hironaga (1975), Yūto Satō (1982), Emi Yamamoto (1982), Naoki Matsuyo (1974), and Hiroaki Hiraoka (1969). After him are Kazuhisa Irii (1970), Masashi Shimamura (1971), Yuji Keigoshi (1963), Masato Harasaki (1974), Kosuke Suzuki (1981), and Hirohito Nakamura (1974).