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    KAI HAVERTZ PLAYS FOR

    Kai Havertz

    Kai Havertz, born on June 11, 1999, has already shaken up the entire league as an aspiring football player from Aachen, Germany. He plays as an attacking midfielder or a Midfielder for Arsenal and Germany national football team. With Chelsea, Havertz won the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League and the 2021 FIFA Club World Cup, scoring the winning goal in both finals. 

    Kai Havertz

    • Professional life

    This German winger made his professional career for the German professional football club Bayer Leverkusen against Werder Bremen at the age of 16, becoming the youngest player in the Bundesliga. Kai Havertz’s most fruitful campaign came in 2018-19, when he scored 20 goals in 42 Bundesliga games totally. on 4 September 2020 Havertz was signed to Chelsea FC for a reported fee of £71million. On 14 September, he made his Chelsea debut in the league opener against Brighton & Hove Albion, which ended in a 3–1 away win. He scored his first Premier League goal in a 3-3 home draw against Southampton on 17 October 2020. On 11 August 2021, Havertz helped Chelsea FC to beat Villarreal to win the Uefa Super Cup in August 2021, despite him missing a penalty in the shootout. On 29 May 2021, he scored the game's only goal in the 2021 UEFA Champions League Final, helping Chelsea beat fellow English club Manchester City to win the competition for the second time in club history. 

     

    Havertz represented Germany at Under-16, Under-17 and Under-19 level and made his first senior international appearance for Germany on 9 September 2018. He represented Germany at UEFA Euro 2020. On 19 June 2021, he scored Germany's third goal in the 51st minute in a 4–2 win over Portugal in the UEFA Euro 2020.


    • Personal information

    Full Name: Kai Lukas Havertz

    Nickname (s): Alleskonner

    Height: 1.89 m

    Weight: 82 kg

    Birthdate: 11 June 1999

    Religion: Christianity

    Siblings: Leah Havertz(sister), Jan Havertz(brother)

    Clubs/national team: Arsenal/Germany

    Jersey Number: #29

    Girlfriend: Sophia Weber

    Dog: a golden retriever named Baloo

    Living City: London

    On 4 November 2020, it was revealed that Havertz had tested positive for COVID-19


    • Jerseys Recommendation by Kai Havertz fans

    HAVERTZ #29 Arsenal Home Jersey 2023/24

    Arsenal 2023-24 home shirt brings back an element of one of the fans' all-time favorite kit - gold logos, similar to the 2005-2006 Highbury home kit. In contrast to the shirt of the 2005-2006 season, the Arsenal FC 2023-24 home jersey has white sleeves and a more traditional red color. This makes it more traditional for the club and very different from the kit from almost 20 years ago. A subtle zap pattern and a gold zap element on the back under the collar round off the look of the Arsenal 23-24 home jersey. Another cool detail of the new Arsenal home uniform is a subtle print inside the white side stripe, featuring the match results from the 2003-04 Invincibles team. The shade of the red main color of the Arsenal 23-24 home kit is called "Better Scarlet". It is a bit darker than the red of the previous seasons.

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    HAVERTZ #7 Germany Home Jersey World Cup 2022 

    Germany 2022 home jersey combines a white base with black and metallic gold. The official name of the gold color is "Tactile Gold Metallic". As the name implies, this gold color possesses a metallic appearance. The standout feature is a black vertical center stripe. The stripe is similar to the EURO 2008 away kit. This feature is inspired by racing stripes found on racing cars. As with most previous Germany home kits, the German flag is incorporated into the shirt. The German flag can be seen on the collar and in terms of a stripe that goes from the sides to the bottom hem.

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