Stephan Lichtsteiner

      Stephan Lichtsteiner
      • 1984
      أحصل على قميصه
      دقائق لُعِبَت
      القدم اليسرى
      القدم اليمنى
      تشتيت للكرة
      تصويبات في الهدف
      فرص خلق فرص
      تاكلينج إنتصار
      أهداف هزيمة
      الدوري الإيطالي
      المشوار المهني،
      الموسم الفريق فئة التطبيقات/أهداف
      2014/2015 Juventus A 32/3
      2013/2014 Juventus A 27/2
      2012/2013 Juventus A 28/4
      2011/2012 Juventus A 35/2
      2010/2011 Lazio A 34/-
      2009/2010 Lazio A 33/2
      2008/2009 Lazio A 33/1
      2007/2008 Lille L1 34/4
      2006/2007 Lille L1 24/-
      2005/2006 Lille L1 31/1
      2004/2005 Grasshoppers SL 27/2
      2003/2004 Grasshoppers SL 26/2
      2002/2003 Grasshoppers SL 25/-
      2001/2002 Grasshoppers SL 1/-
      الموسم الفريق الوطني الأوروبي
      2014/2015 Juventus 4/- 13/-
      2013/2014 Juventus 2/1 7/-
      2012/2013 Juventus 2/- 6/-
      2011/2012 Juventus 3/- -/-
      2010/2011 Lazio 1/- -/-
      2009/2010 Lazio 3/- 7/-
      2008/2009 Lazio 6/- -/-
      2006/2007 Lille -/- 3/-
      2005/2006 Lille -/- 5/-
      2003/2004 Grasshoppers -/- 4/-
      2002/2003 Grasshoppers -/- 2/-
      منافسة الفريق الموسم
      كأس السوبر الإيطالي Juventus 2015/2016
      كأس إيطاليا Juventus 2014/2015
      الدوري الإيطالي Juventus 2014/2015
      الدوري الإيطالي Juventus 2013/2014
      كأس السوبر الإيطالي Juventus 2012/2013
      الدوري الإيطالي Juventus 2012/2013
      كأس السوبر الإيطالي Juventus 2011/2012
      الدوري الإيطالي Juventus 2011/2012
      كأس السوبر الإيطالي Lazio 2009/2010
      كأس إيطاليا Lazio 2008/2009
      Swiss Super League Grasshoppers 2002/2003
      الملف الشخصي


      Stephan Lichtsteiner’s peerless stamina and tenacity have seen the wing-back become an indispensable part of the Juventus setup. The Swiss’ boundless energy and positional sense give him the weapons to be dangerous in the final third as well as consistently solid in defence.

      Starting out in the youth teams of local sides Adligenswil and Lucerne, Lichtsteiner was soon on the move to Grasshopper. At the age of 18, the defender had established himself as a first-team regular at Switzerland’s most successful club, becoming a national champion in 2002/03.

      In 2005, he headed for Lille and featured for the first time in the Champions League. After more than 100 appearances in France, Lichtsteiner made his move to Italy three seasons later. Lazio it was who swooped for the full-back, and he quickly adapted to life in Serie A, lifting the TIM Cup at the end of his first season and then the Italian Super Cup in Beijing.

      The Swiss featured in Pavel Nedved’s last game (Juventus v Lazio, 31 May 2009), and his career then followed a similar path to that of the Bianconeri legend, swapping Rome for Turin in 2011. At Juventus, the defender has collected four consecutive Scudetto titles, a Coppa Italia and three Super Cups. 

      Lichtsteiner is also a key member of the Swiss national squad, having represented his nation in Euro 2008 and the 2010 and 2014 World Cups. 

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