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Serge Gnabry Biography

With the growing interest in football, each and every day, the world of football witnesses a new talented footballer. Serge Gnabry is one of the best in his generation. in this article you would read Serge Gnabry Biography.

Serge David Gnabry is a 25-year-old footballer. He was born in Germany and now he is famous as a professional footballer who plays as a winger for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Germany national team. He has started his football at a very young age, he was only 4 years old when he joined the TSV Weissach youth team. But he could manage to overcome all the obstacles to get to introduce himself as one of the promising footballers at both the club's level and the German national team. Maybe in a near future, we would compare him with German legends such as Miroslav Klose or Lothar Matthaus. Let's move forward to have an in-depth look at the personal and professional life of Serge Gnabry.

All You Need to Know About Serge Gnabry Biography

Serge Gnabry was born on 14 July 1995 in Stuttgart, Germany. As a kid, he was a skilled sprinter who was inspired by Jamaican retired sprinter, Usain Bolt, but eventually he chose football over track and field. Though he is German-born, he started his professional football in England with such a world-class team in Premier League,


. Having spent four successful spells in Arsenal he returned to his homeland to continue his football. Keep reading to learn more about

Serge Gnabry life story.

Serge Gnabry information

In the following part of Serge Gnabry Biography, you can find some general information about him listed down here.

Serge Gnabry Bio

  • Full Name:

    Serge David Gnabry

  • Nickname:

    The Sergeant

  • Profession:

    Professional Football Player

Serge Gnabry Physical Stats

  • Weight:

    77 Kilograms

  • Height:

    1.76 m (5 ft 9 in)

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Serge Gnabry Date of Birth and Personal Info

  • Date of Birth:

    July 14th, 1995

  • Birth Place:

    Stuttgart, Germany

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  • Serge Gnabry Nationality

    : German

  • Serge Gnabry Religion

    : Christian faith

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Serge Gnabry Early Life

In this section of Serge Gnabry Biography, we will have a glance at his early life. Serge Gnabry is among those football players who had started their football at a very young age. He was only a toddler when he joined his first football club. At the age of four, in 1999, he could break into TSV Weissach. He later left his debut club in 2000 and joined TSF Ditzingen, the young Serge stayed there for one year.

Then he joined GSV Hemmingen in 2001 and after two years in 2003, he changed his club to join SpVgg Feuerbach. There, he stayed for two years and subsequently he joined Stuttgarter Kickers in 2005. Having spent  only a year he moved to

VfB Stuttgart

. In his hometown club, Serge Gnabry played for almost 5 years and after that, it was his breakthrough. In 2011, he joined the Arsenal youth team to continue his football as great as ever.

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Serge Gnabry Profile

In this division of Serge Gnabry biography, we will review his professional career from his early days until now that he is indeed one of the greatest wingers in football history. As mentioned above, Serge Gnabry started his football in his childhood even before school. As an amateur, he had gone through 6 different clubs in his homeland before his move to England to join Arsenal's youth academy.

In 2010, his former club, VfB Stuttgart agreed to a £100,000 deal with Premier League but he could not play with Arsenal side until 2011 that he would turn 16. In the 2011–12 season, he has officially joined Arsenal and could play for the under-18s for the majority of the season. He soon showed such great performances that led him to the senior team before his 18th birthday, so at the age of 17 years and 98 days he became the second-youngest player in League's history, the first youngest player is Jack Wilshere, he could play in his first UEFA Champions League four days later in a 2–0 home loss to

Schalke 04


He made his first-team debut in a friendly match against FC Köln in the 2012–13 season, he came in 69th minutes of the match, 24 minutes after the second half as a substitute for Marouane Chamakh. On 26 September 2012 Serge Gnabry made his debut for Arsenal in a 6-1 win match over

Coventry City

in a League Cup fixture, but again as a substitute for Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain in 72nd minutes of the match.

Serge Gnabry made his Premier League debut on 20 October 2012 in the 1–0 defeat against

Norwich City

at Carrow Road. As time passed he could break into the main team and start scoring goals, he could score the only goal in a 1–0 win over CSKA Moscow U19s on 25 March 2013 in the quarter-finals of the NextGen Series. He later, in the semi-finals of the very competition in a match against Chelsea U19s scored a late equalizer and by his goal, Arsenal didn't lose the game. He also scored a goal in a match against


U21s in an eventual 3–2 away on 8 April.

He started the following season, 2013–14 season, in Arsenal's first-team, in a match against

Aston Villa

, but he didn't play from the beginning as he was on the beach. Shortly after, on 22 September 2013. he made his debut start for the club in a match against Stoke City. Serge Gnabry could not score his professional goal until their match against

Swansea City,

by his goal Arsenal 2-1 won the match and placed at top of the Premier League table. In the following match, he again could score a goal for Arsenal, on 26 October, he successfully scored a penalty against

Crystal Palace

in an eventual 2–0 victory for Arsenal. His outstanding performances during the season ended in a nomination for the 2013 Golden Boy Award. He later signed an expansion of his deal to stay five more years in Arsenal.

The next season was his Golden time at Arsenal. He managed to have 14 extraordinary performances in the 2013–14 season, including impressive displays in the

FA Cup


Tottenham Hotspur

. With his help, Arsenal won the tournament. Despite the 2013-14 season, the following one was not successful. Unfortunately, he missed most of the 2014–15 season due to a severe knee injury that kept him away from the first team for over a year but still, he could captain and play 65 minutes for the Arsenal U21s as they conquered

Newcastle United

U21s 2–1 in February 2015.

Having gone through severe injuries, as he came back to the team, he could not break into the main team so he was loaned to

West Bromwich Albion

. On 7 August 2015, he signed his loan contract with West Bromwich. On 23 August 2015He made his debut as a substitute in a 3–2 defeat against


. Unfortunately, he could not make any further progress, as the manager of West Bromwich Tony Pulis in October declared that Gnabry was "not at the required level" to play for West Brom. Following his failure, he ended the 2015–16 season with a Premier League appearance and two League Cup appearances.

As his loan contract finished, he decided not to continue his football in the Premier League, so he returned to his homeland to play in

Werder Bremen

. On 31 August 2016, he signed his first


contract with Werder Bremen. His contract worthed £5 million. Before he signed his contract, Arsen Wenger tried to extend Gnabry's contract at Arsenal, but due to lack of first-team opportunities, Serge Gnabry decided to prefer Bundesliga over Premier League. On 17 September 2016, he could score his first Bundesliga goal in a 4–1 away loss to Borussia Mönchengladbach. He only spent a single season in Werder Bremen during which he made 27 league appearances and scored 11 goals and at end of the season Werder Bremen finished 8th in the Bundesliga.

That single spell was enough for Gnbary to prove himself as a world-class player. On 11 June 2017, it was officiated that

Bayern Munich

would sign a three-year deal for €8 million. Following his deal with Bayern Munich, on 14 June 2017, the club stated that Serge Gnabry was transferring to

1899 Hoffenheim

for a season-long loan. There, he could score his first goal for Hoffenheim in a 4–0 victory match against

RB Leipzig

. At the end of his first season, he scored 10 goals in his 22 appearances and the club ended third in the league table. As his loan contract finished, On 2 July 2018, he started playing for Bayern Munich. He was given the jersey number 22 and made his Bayren debut as a substitute in the 77th minute on the first day of September in a 3–0 win at Stuttgart.

His first Bayren goal was scored on 3 November 2018 in a match against st


. On 2 March 2019, Serge Gnabry managed to score Bayern Munich's 4000th Bundesliga goal in a 5–1 win over Gladbach and so his team became the first team to achieve this turning point. Later on, he expanded his contract with Bayern Munich until 2023. He could finish the season as Bayern's second top scorer with 10 goals in 30 matches, he also won his first Bundesliga title as Bayern ended two points above


with 78 points.

Later on, he started the 2020–21 season with big progress, he was given No. 7 shirt, after Franck Ribéry who had worn it for eleven years and achieved different honors and trophies. He also started the season with a hat-trick in an 8–0 win over Schalke, which was t his first-ever Bundesliga hat-trick.

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Style of Play

Serge Gnabry has brilliant progress since his debut. His first senior football coach, Arsen Wenger described him as a creative player who is good at scoring goals, he can use both legs to score a goal, he has good power and good penetration, he is also so intelligent. During his professional career, he has proven himself as an extremely versatile attacking player, thanks to his ability to use both feet. He can be effective in different attacking situations. He is a fast and strong player. He can perform very well in one-on-one situations. Due to his creativity, he can make good spaces and opportunities either for himself either for his teammate to run forward and score a goal.


Serge Gnabry could make his way through the ranks till the present that he is one of the key players in Bundesliga. His former coach in West Bromwich who once criticized his performances, later confessed that: "I'm amazed. We had him at West Brom, we took him on loan and we could never get him fit. He even got taken off in an Under-21 game and he went back to Arsenal and they sold him on ... To have him at West Brom and seeing him do what he's done is absolutely amazing."

Also, Werder Bremen coach Alexander Nouri described him as: He is lightning quick, a clinical finisher, but he puts a lot of work now into his defense – that was something he was missing before," then he added, "Now he's making these deep runs back to his own box defending. He's capable of doing this work while on the other hand making deep runs in attack. Before he wasn't able to do it because of a lack of strength physically. After a long period with no injuries, he was able to build up that strength – now he's a complete player. He just needs to prove this over a longer period to become a top international star."

Goal Celebration

Almost most of the world-class players chose a special goal celebration as their signature. Serge Gnabry also has a very different goal celebration. Every time he scores a goal he shows off his cooking skills which is inspired by NBA star James Harden. He is a big basketball supporter and always watches matches from the USA's league, the NBA. He would say" "I think you can relate the celebration to him having a buzzer-beater or winning the game to us, as in football we don't score as many points as they do in basketball," Gnabry said. "So I think there's a resemblance and he's a very good offensive player, I'm an offensive player so, I think so too." So, That is Serge Gnabry's iconic goal celebration, cooking!

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Serge Gnabry outside Football

It's been less than a decade that the young Serge Gnabry, has started his professional football career. Going through his personal and professional life, reveals the fact that he is completely focused on his job and his passion for football. Therefore, he has not started any other business besides football, either related or not-related to football. Of course, his contracts play important roles in his financial independence.

Considering his contract with Bayren his 2020 net worth is €8 million and his salary is €3 million annually. Based on his market value, He  is currently the 12th player worldwide, and in Bundesliga, he is the 3rd. Besides, he has a boot partner deal with Adidas, of course, he has already presented some of Adidas products. Until the end of 2018, he was sponsored by Nike.

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Serge Gnabry biography

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Serge Gnabry Personal Life

Serge Gnabry was born on 14 July 1995 to his German mother Brigit Gnbary and his African father, Jean-Hermann who was an international for his native Cote d'Ivoire. His father was a traveler in German, he came to learn the language but he met Serge's mother and decided to stay in Germany.

Serge Gnabry childhood

was started with his passion for football, he was a big fan of Mesut Ozil at the age of ten. As he turned into a professional footballer he could become Ozil's teammate in Bayern Munich.

Family, Children, and Relationships

Serge Gnabry tries hard to keep his personal life as private as ever. However, he has been in an open relationship with Sarah Kehrer Since 2016. His girlfriend is a German model and also the sister of Thilo Kehrer who is a former Werder Breman teammate of him.


The 25-year-old Serge is the sixth player who has joined Common Goal, the charity initiative founded by Manchester United's Juan Mata. According to the official sources, Common Goal is "is an initiative that continues to gain momentum throughout the world of football, with big names from the game signing up to donate one percent of their earnings to a central fund, which is in turn allocated to high-impact organizations that harness the power of football to advance the United Nations Global Goals." Their goal is to donate one percent of his wage to charity.

Though Serge is almost a newcomer in this charity he believes he can make some changes, he would say: "I'm still in the early stages of what I hope will be a long career. When I look back on my footballing journey in years to come, I want to be able to say that I left a positive mark both on and off the pitch. My pledge may not change the world by itself. But by coming together behind a shared mission I think players can make a real difference. I want to help make Common Goal part of football. I want to help football feel good about itself again."

Legal Issues

The young Serge Gnabry, fortunately, doesn't have any legal issues so far.

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Serge Gnabry Career Statistics


Serge Gnabry biography

, in this part, we would have a rundown of his Career Statistics.


As mentioned earlier, Serge Gnabry started his football at a very young age, he has gone through different clubs. In 1999 he started his club career in TSV Weissach and after more than a decade he could reach a world-class club, Arsenal. He started his senior football with Arsenal in 2012. He spent 4 successful years at Arsenal and meanwhile he made 18 appearances and scored one goal.

Then he joined West Bromwich in 2015 and after a year he could only make a Premier League appearance and two League Cup appearances. In 2016 he joined Werder Bremen, he spent one year with 27 appearances and 11 goals. In 2017 he was transferred to 1899 Hoffenheim and there he could make 26 appearances and score10 goals. Following his outstanding display, he joined Bayern Munich in 2018 and so far he could make 133 appearances and score 42 goals.


Serge Gnabry started representing the


national team, at different youth levels, including under-16, under-17, and under-18 levels. On 15 July 2016, he was invited to play in the 2016 Summer Olympics. He could score Germany's first goal on 4 August in a match against Mexico. Some months later, on 4 November 2016, he was invited to the Germany senior team. He had a brilliant debut in the senior team, he could score three goals in his debut in a 2018 World Cup qualifier against San Marino in an 8–0 away win.

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Serge Gnabry honors

As one of the best German young players, Serg Gnbary could win lots of different achievements and trophies during his professional football career since his debut in 2012. With his first senior football club, Arsenal, he could win the FA Cup in 2013–14 and 2014–15 and also the FA Community Shield in 2014, 2015.

Later on, as he left Premier League to return to his country to play in Bundesliga, as an important key player of Bayern Munich he won the Bundesliga title in 2018–19, 2019–20, the DFB-Pokal in 2018–19, 2019–20, the DFL-Supercup in 2020, the UEFA Champions League in 2019–20, the UEFA Super Cup in 2020.

As a player in Germany team of Olympique, he won the Summer Olympic Games silver medal in 2016. He could also win UEFA European Under-21 Championship in 2017 with Germany under 21 team. Besides, this 25-year-old German footballer could achieve different individual awards and honors such as Bayern Munich Player of the Season during the 2018–19 season, Bundesliga Player of the Month in October 2019, and UEFA Champions League Squad of the Season in 2019–20.

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