Leon Goretzka

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Leon Christoph Goretzka (born 6 February 1995) is a German professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Germany national team. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Leon Goretzka has received more than 2,430,976 page views. His biography is available in 46 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 39 in 2019). Leon Goretzka is the 2,385th most popular soccer player (up from 3,027th in 2019), the 3,735th most popular biography from Germany (down from 3,097th in 2019) and the 172nd most popular German Soccer Player.

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Among soccer players, Leon Goretzka ranks 2,385 out of 16,923Before him are Anzor Kavazashvili, Karl-Heinz Metzner, Yuriko Shima, Mark Hughes, Paul Mebus, and Francesco Janich. After him are Álvaro Negredo, Ander Herrera, Eduardo da Silva, Segundo Durandal, Medhi Benatia, and Mario Bertini.

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Among people born in 1995, Leon Goretzka ranks 10Before him are Serge Gnabry, Timothée Chalamet, Jisoo, Kendall Jenner, Joshua Kimmich, and Logan Paul. After him are Takumi Minamino, Danna Paola, V, Ferland Mendy, Krzysztof Piątek, and André Silva.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Leon Goretzka ranks 3,735 out of 5,289Before him are Dietmar Hamann (1973), Olaf Ludwig (1960), Hermann Hirt (1865), Hans Nowak (1937), Karl-Heinz Metzner (1923), and Paul Mebus (1920). After him are Carl Amery (1922), Wilhelm Geiger (1856), Markus Grosskopf (1965), Birgit Fischer (1962), Ernst Hartert (1859), and Maxi Herber (1920).


Among soccer players born in Germany, Leon Goretzka ranks 172Before him are Christian Ziege (1972), Bernhard Klodt (1926), Dietmar Hamann (1973), Hans Nowak (1937), Karl-Heinz Metzner (1923), and Paul Mebus (1920). After him are Rainer Zobel (1948), Uwe Rahn (1962), Bernd Storck (1963), Carsten Jancker (1974), Alfred Kelbassa (1925), and Heinz Kubsch (1930).