Sergio Ramos was trained in Sevilla’s youth system and made his first team debut at the age of 17 and under the tutelage of manager Joaquín Caparrós. The Andalusian has always stood out for his grit, determination, and self-confidence and is well on track to becoming the most prolific Spanish defender of all time -UEFA named him Newcomer of the 2004/05 Liga-. Real Madrid saw Ramos as the perfect centre-back to fill the hole left by Fernando Hierro and signed him in 2005.
Since his arrival in the Spanish capital, Sergio has been an example of hard work, dedication, and potential. Once on the pitch, he showcases drive, leadership, excellent defensive skills, great speed, a powerful shot, and a phenomenal goal-scoring instinct. Ramos joined the Club as a centre-back but established himself as a right-back during the 2006/07 and 2007/08 campaign; his amazing versatility makes him a great asset for any coach.
Sergio Ramos is a key figure on the team, a leader and a captain. The defender from Seville is also a regular on the Spanish national team. At 19, he became the youngest man to make his debut with Spain in 55 years. He made history with Spain again by being in the second squad to win the European Championship in 2008 (Spain previously won the title in 1964) and by helping the team win its first ever World Cup trophy in South Africa 2010.
- Place of Birth: Seville, Spain
- Date of Birth: 03/30/1986
- Position: Defender
- Weight: 81 kg
- Height: 183.2 cm
- Nationality: Spanish
- La Liga (Spanish League): 2006/07, 2007/08, 2011/12
- Copa del Rey (Spanish Cup): 2010/11
- Spanish Super Cup: 2008, 2012
- European Championship: 2008, 2012
- Bronze Medal, Confederations Cup: 2009
- World Cup: 2010
- Under-19 European Championship: 2004