Vladimír Šmicer Footballer

Vladimír Šmicer is a 49 years old footballer from Czech Republic from Děčín, Ústecký kraj. He was born on May 24, 1973 in Děčín, Ústecký kraj.



Vladimír Šmicer is a former Czech football midfielder player. Šmicer was a devout player of Slavia Prague the only Czech club he ever played for. He also played notably for Lens in France with whom he won the Ligue 1 title. In 1999 Šmicer moved to England where he played for Liverpool and won multiple honours. He is perhaps best remembered at Liverpool for his long-range goal in the 2005 Champions League Final.
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Career (7)

Team Match/Point Start End Age at that time
Czechoslovakia national football team 1993 1993 19 years He was 19 years old.
SK Slavia Prague 1992 1996 18 years He was 18 years old.
Czech Republic national football team 1995 2005 21 years He was 21 years old.
Czech Republic national under-21 football team 1995 1996 21 years He was 21 years old.
R.C. Lens 1996 1999 22 years He was 22 years old.
F.C. Girondins de Bordeaux 2005 2007 31 years He was 31 years old.
Liverpool F.C. 1999 2005 25 years He was 25 years old.

Game & Races (3)

Name Age at that time
UEFA Euro 2004 -
UEFA Euro 2000 -
UEFA Euro 1996 -
What is Vladimír's zodiac sign?

Vladimír Šmicer zodiac sign is gemini.

How tall is Vladimír Šmicer?

He is 5′11″ ft tall, which is equal to 1.8 meters.

When is Šmicer's next birthday?

Vladimír Šmicer was born on the , which was a Thursday. He will be turning 50 in only 333 days from today (25 June, 2022).

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