Ritsu Dán Measurements, Age, Height, Weight, Net Value, Facts, and More
Ritsu Dán was born on June 16, 1998. He is a professional footballer from Japan who competes for the Japan national team and the Bundesliga club SC Freiburg as a winger.
Ritsu Dán Career
D’an joined J1 League team Gamba Osaka in 2015 after quickly through the youth system. He made his AFC Champions League debut on May 27 against FC Seoul. He primarily participated in the J3 League in 2016 with the newly formed Gamba Osaka reserve club, Gamba Osaka U-23. Dán joined Eredivisie team FC Groningen in June 2017 on a three-year loan with a purchase option. On July 1, 2018, Dan moved to Groningen after the vote was exercised on April 23.
Ritsu Dán Measurements
Height: 5 feet 8 inches
Weight: 70 kilogram
Astrological Sign: Gemini
Eyes: dark brown
Ritsu Dán Family
Siblings: Yu Dan (Older Brother) is a (Soccer Player)
Ritsu Dán No. of Shirt
- 21, 11, 10, 8 – Japan
- Gamba Osaka 38
- – FC Groningen, 25.
- PSV Eindhoven, No. 25
- Eighth: Arminia Bielefeld
- 42 – SC Freiburg
Ritsu Dán Net Value
Ritsu Doan is a young athlete who makes a lot of money playing football. As of 2022, the player’s net worth is predicted to be £1.5 million.
Ritsu Dán Particular Qualities
- Sculpted body
- Side-parted, slightly overgrown hair
- Shaved appearance
Ritsu Dan Facts
- Ritsu’s young career started in 2011 when he enrolled as a preteen in the Gamba Osaka academy program. Gamba Osaka is a professional soccer club headquartered in Suita, Osaka Prefecture, Kansai, Honshu, Japan. In 2015, he was a member of the club’s senior squad.
- He played an important role in the 2016 AFC (Asian Football Confederation) Under-19 Championship victory by the Japanese team. Japan had earlier lost the competition’s championship game six times: in 1973, 1994, 1998, 2000, 2002, and 2006. This was their first victory over such a title. Ritsu was voted the competition’s “MVP” for his performances (Most Valuable Player).
- He participated fully in all four of Japan’s games during the 2017 FIFA Under-20 World Cup and notched three goals. This includes Japan’s goals in a 2-2 tie against Italy in the team’s final group-stage match and the winning goal in a 2-1 triumph against South Africa in Japan’s initial group-stage game. After losing 1-0 to Venezuela in the tournament’s pre-quarterfinal round, Japan was eliminated.
- Ritsu, competing on behalf of Japan, placed second in the 2019 AFC Asian Cup, a four-year continental event that crowns Asia’s champion. Japan, the competition’s most successful side as of November 2022, lost the AFC Asian Cup final for the first time on this occasion. In its four previous appearances in this competition’s championship game—in 1992, 2000, 2004, and 2011—Japan had won the title each time.
- He scored the equalizing goal in Japan’s thrilling 2-1 triumph over four-time champions Germany in the country’s first group-stage matchup of the 2022 FIFA World Cup in November 2022. This was only Japan’s sixth victory in their 22nd World Cup game (they first competed in the 1998 edition) and unquestionably their biggest victory; they had previously defeated Colombia in 2018 and Tunisia and Russia in 2002.