Robert Lewandowski was born on August 21, 1988, in Warsaw , Poland and he is a football player.
“We have to show that we want to continue being number one. That means working and training harder. Give everything in every game”.
Age-32 years old
Born-21 August 1988
Birth place-Warsaw, Poland
Wife-Anna Lewandowska (m. 2013)
Source of Income-Player
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Robert Lewandowski Biography
Lewandowski was born in Warsaw and grew up in Leszno, West Warsaw County. He took his first steps in football as an unregistered player at the local club, Partyzant Leszno.
In 1997, he joined MKS Warsaw Warsaw, where as a teenager he played for seven years. The following year he moved to Delta Warsaw, where he eventually made it into the first team, scoring four goals.
In 2006–07, he was the top scorer in the Polish third division with 15 goals, and he was helping Znicz Pruszków win promotion. The following season he was the top scorer in the Polish second division with 21 goals.
Robert Lewandowski Age
He is 32 years old.
Robert Lewandowski Stats
Does have a tattoo?-No.
Robert Lewandowski Career
In June 2008 Lech Poznań was signing Lewandowski from Znicz for PLN 1.5 million.
Earlier that month, Lewandowski’s agent, Cezary Kucharski, offered him to his former team Sporting Gijón, which had been promoted to La Liga, Spain’s top division, after ten years in the second. division. However, Gijón rejected it.
He made his debut for Lech in July 2008 as a substitute in a first round UEFA Cup tie against Azerbaijan’s Khazar Lankaran. In that match, he scored the only goal of the match.
During his Ekstraklasa debut in the first game of the season in a match against GKS Bełchatów, he scored a goal with a heel touch just four minutes after entering the game late in the second half. In his first season in the Polish first division, he was second in the list of scorers.
He finished the season with 18 goals in 42 games. The following season, he became the top scorer with 18 goals and helped his team win the 2009–10 championship.
English manager, Sam Allardyce, said that Lewandowski was about to join Premier League club Blackburn Rovers in 2010, but volcanic ash clouds caused by the 2010 Eyjafjallajökull eruptions, which suspended all flights in and out of the UK , in addition to other financial concerns, prevented the potential transfer.
Furthermore, he was also about to join Italian club Genoa, before president Enrico Preziosi decided to cancel the transfer.
His debut for the senior team came on 10 September 2008, three weeks after his 20th birthday, against San Marino, where he came on as a substitute and scored a goal in a 2-0 World Cup qualifying win FIFA 2010.
Only Włodzimierz Lubański scored a goal on his debut for the national team at a younger age than Lewandowski, who was 16 at the time. He was scoring another qualifying goal against the same team on April 1, 2009, in a 10–0 victory.
Playing in Warsaw in the opening match of the UEFA Euro 2012 tournament against Greece, he was scoring the first goal of the competition after an assist from then-Dortmund teammate Jakub Błaszczykowski and he was named Man of the Match.
He played in all three matches for Poland in the tournament, as the co-hosts exited the group stage with two points earned.
He was scoring two penalties in a 5–0 win against San Marino on 26 March 2013 during the 2014 World Cup qualifying campaign, his first match as captain. Later in the campaign, on 6 September, he was scoring the equalizer against Montenegro in a 1–1 home draw. Poland did not qualify for the 2014 World Cup in Brazil.
On 7 September 2014, in Poland’s first UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying match, away to Gibraltar, he was scoring his first international hat-trick, scoring four goals in a 7–0 win. On 13 June 2015, he was scoring another hat-trick in Poland’s 4–0 defeat of Georgia, with all three goals scored in the space of four minutes.
On 8 October, he scored twice in a 2–2 draw against Scotland, opening and leveling with the last kick of the game to eliminate the hosts.
Three days later he led the winner in a 2–1 victory against the Republic of Ireland, qualifying Poland for the tournament finals in France. He finished the campaign with 13 goals, a joint European Championships qualifying record with David Healy’s tally for Northern Ireland in Euro 2008 qualifying.
At UEFA Euro 2016 in France, he did not take a shot on goal until the round of 16 match against Switzerland in Saint-Étienne. Following the 1–1 draw, he scored his team’s first try in a penalty shootout victory that sent them to the quarter-finals for the first time.
In the 102nd of the quarter-final against Portugal at the Stade Vélodrome, he finished off a Kamil Grosicki cross to open another 1–1 draw, and again scored on penalties although the Poles lost. By the time of Poland’s exit, Lewandowski had been fouled more than any other player in the tournament.
On 5 October 2017, he was scoring a hat-trick in a 6–1 win over Armenia to take his tally to 50 goals for Poland, surpassing the previous record of 48 goals set by Włodzimierz Lubański to become Poland’s top scorer all time from Poland.
On 8 October 2017, he was scoring a goal in a 4–2 win over Montenegro, bringing his tally to 51 goals for Poland. He finished the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign with 16 goals in total, a record for a European World Cup qualification.
He was called up to the 23-man Polish squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup in Russia. He was playing every minute in all three games, against Senegal, Colombia, and Japan. He didn’t score a goal as Poland failed to qualify for the knockout stage.
Robert Lewandowski Philanthropy
Him and his wife, Anna, have supported, donated and raised money for various children’s and charities throughout their career, including the Children’s Memorial Health Institute in Warsaw, for which they raised more than PLN 150,000 during the birthday party from Anna on August 25. 2018.
He also donated PLN 100,000 for the treatment of Cyprian Gaweł, a three-year-old boy from Hel; and help raise funds for the Great Christmas Charity Orchestra each year by donating your personal items or private gatherings that are sold at online auctions.
In March 2014, he was appointed as a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.
In March 2020, him and his wife, Anna, donated €1 million during the 2019–20 coronavirus pandemic.
In addition to philanthropy, he also invests primarily in startups, e-commerce, and websites, primarily through Protos Venture Capital, a company in which he is a shareholder. He is also the owner of “Stor9”, an agency specializing in marketing communications.
Robert Lewandowski Clubs
Robert Lewandowski Palmares
Robert Lewandowski Barcelona
Barcelona announces the signing of Robert Lewandowski on Saturday, July 16, 2022 after reaching an agreement in principle with Bayern Munich for the Polish striker.
The Barça club offered 45 million fixed plus another five million in variables for the contract.
Robert Lewandowski Net Worth
He is a Polish soccer player who has a net worth of $85 million. Robert is probably most-famous for being a striker for the German Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Polish national team.
In 2020 he was earning $30 million and was one of the highest-paid athletes on the planet. His base salary is $24 million and the remainder comes from endorsements.
Robert Lewandowski Wife
His wife, Anna Lewandowska, was winning the bronze medal at the 2009 Karate World Cup.
They were married on June 22, 2013, at the Church of the Annunciation of the Blessed Virgin Mary in Serock. They have two daughters: Klara (born May 4, 2017) and Laura (born May 6, 2020).