Wesley Sneijder

Dutch Footballer
Born Jun 9, 1984
Age 32
Hometown Utrecht
Religion Roman Catholic
Height 5' 7" (170 cm)
Nationality Dutch
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Brown - Light

Wesley Sneijder is a Dutch footballer who plays for Inter Milan and for the Dutch national team of which he is captain. He was named UEFA midfielder of the season and one of the three best midfielders in the world for 2010 by FIFA. A product of the Ajax Academy, he previously played for AFC Ajax with whom he won six trophies and was awarded the Johan Cruijff Award in 2004.… Read More

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1984 Birth Wesley Sneijder was born on 9 June 1984 in Utrecht into a football family: his father was a player, his older brother Jeffrey played for Stormvogels Telstar, and his younger brother Rodney plays for RKC Waalwijk. … Read More


2002 18 Years Old He first made the bench as an unused substitute for Ajax in a 2–0 win at SBV Excelsior on 22 December 2002 when manager Ronald Koeman, troubled by an injury-filled squad, called him up, advised by Danny Blind, the then-coach of the Ajax youth squad.
He then made his official Ajax debut against Willem II after the winter break on 2 February 2003 in a 6–0 win. … Read More


2007 23 Years Old 1 More Event
On 12 August 2007, Ajax agreed to sell Sneijder to Real Madrid for €27 million, according to the club's website, making him the second most expensive Dutch football player.
On 3 August 2008, Sneijder was stretchered off in the pre-season friendly at Arsenal with a suspected cruciate ligament injury after a collision with Abou Diaby. … Read More
On 27 August 2009, Sneijder was bought by Inter Milan from Real Madrid for a reported fee of €15 million. … Read More
…  He was named UEFA midfielder of the season as well as one of the three best midfielders in the world for 2010 by FIFA. … Read More
2011 27 Years Old On 15 March 2011, Sneijder helped Inter turn it around scoring in the 63rd minute leading to a 3–2 win (3–3 on aggregate, Inter were through on away goals) at the Allianz Arena, booking a place in the quarter-final against FC Schalke 04. … Read More
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