Dutch Football Robin van Persie

One of the star players in the Dutch team Robin van Persie. On June 4, 2005, Van Persie made his debut against Romania. On June 8, 2005, he scored in his second match against Finland for the first time. To date, he has played in 95 international matches, scoring 48 times.

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General information Robin van Persie

Personal information

  • Name: Robin van Persie
  • Birthday: August 6, 1983
  • Place Of Birth: Rotterdam, Netherlands
  • Length: 1.83 m
  • Position: attacker

Club information

  • Current Club: Manchester United
  • Number: 20

Youth career

  • 1998?? 1999: Excelsior
  • 1998?? 2001: Feyenoord

Pro career

  • 2001?? 2004: Feyenoord
  • 2004?? 2012: Arsenal
  • 2012: Manchester United

National team

  • 2000?? 2001: Dutch team under 17
  • 2001?? 2003: Dutch team under 19
  • 2004?? 2006: Dutch team under 21
  • 2005??: Dutch team

Robin van Persie in the Dutch national team

World Cup 2006
During the World Cup 2006 Robin van Persie played all four matches despite having no fixed starting point with his club Arsenal. But under Van Basten he was convinced. Van Persie scored once in the tournament against Ivory Coast in a free kick. In the eighth-finals Netherlands was eliminated.
EK 2008
During this tournament, Van Persie winger behind striker Ruud van Nistelrooy. Coach Van Basten played since 4-2-3-1 formation. Sneijder and Van der Vaart was in midfield, while Robin van Persie, Arjen Robben was forced to compete for the wing position. Against France, he fell into and made in 55 minutes. Netherlands won the game 4-1. In the next match against Romania, he was in the boot and pulled on a volley. In the knockout stages Netherlands was eliminated.
World Cup 2010
During the World Cup 2010 Robin van Persie scored against Cameroon. He played this tournament is not particularly happy, but he won with Orange yet final, losing to Spain.
Euro 2012
Robin van Persie will also attend the Euro 2012.