Last Updated: 06 Jul, 2023 | Views: 649
Profession: Sports Men
Other Profession(s): Football player
Famous For: Speed, Strong Dribbling Abilities, And Playmaking Skills.
Vinicius José Paixo de Oliveira Junior was born on the 12th of July 2000. The Brazilian professional footballer known as Vinicius Jr. Vini Jr. is best known for his role as a winger for the La Liga club Real Madrid and the Brazilian national side. It is widely recognized that he is one of the best dribbling players in the world that possesses high pace, great dribbling skills, and can shoot well.
2006: Having lived in the neighborhood of Mutuá, in So Gonçalo where he lived since 2006, Vinicius Junior's football career began when he was taken by his father to the branch offices of Flamengo, where he used to live.
2009: As a nine-year-old, Vecius took part in a futsal trial for Flamengo in 2009, when he was nine years old.
2017: During his debut with Flamengo on 13 May 2017, Vinicius came on as a substitute and played the entire 82nd minute in Flamengo's 1-1 draw with Atletico Mineiro in the Brazilian Série A.
2017: In May 2017, Spanish club Real Madrid announced that they signed a contract in order to acquire Vinicius.
2018: Real Madrid officially presented him as a member of their team on 20 July 2018.
2015: For the South American U-15 Championships, which will take place on 30 October 2015, Vinicius Junior was selected for the Brazil team by coach Guilherme Dalla Déa.
2017: It was in March 2017 that Vinicius made his debut for Brazil in U-17 Championship with victory over Peru in his debut match.
As a result of his debut goal for the Brazilian national team, Vincius made his debut for the club on 24 March 2022 at the Maracan Stadium against Chile in their 2022 FIFA World Cup qualification match.
It was on 2 September 2022 that Vinicius acquired Spanish citizenship, resulting in the fact that he is a dual-nationality individual.
2022: Vincius was named for the 2022 FIFA World Cup on 7 November 2022 at the FIFA World Cup in Brazil.
2019–20, 2021–22: La Liga
2019–20, 2021–22: Supercopa de España
2021–22: UEFA Champions League
2022: UEFA Super Cup
2018: FIFA Club World Cup
2015: South American U-15 Championship
2017: South American U-17 Championship
2016: BRICS U-17 Football Cup