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Dani Alves
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Personal information
Full name Daniel Alves da Silva
Date of birth 6 May 1983 (1983-05-06) (age 37)
Place of birth    Juazeiro, Bahia, Brazil Brazil
Height 1.72 m (5 ft 7+12 in)
Playing position Right back
Nationality Brazil Brazilian
Club information
Current club Brazil São Paulo
Number 10
Youth clubs
1996–1998
1998–2001
Brazil Juazeiro
Brazil Bahia
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2001-2002
2002-2008
2008-2016
2016–2017
2017–2019
2019–
Brazil Bahia
Flag of Spain Sevilla
Flag of Spain Barcelona
Flag of Italy Juventus
Flag of France Paris Saint-Germain
Brazil São Paulo
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175 0(11)
247 0(14)
019 00(2)
048 00(2)
011 00(1)   
National team
2003
2006-
Brazil Brazil U20
Brazil Brazil
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Daniel Alves da Silva (born 6 May 1983), commonly known as Dani Alves (ˈdɐ̃ni ˈawvis), is a Brazilian professional footballer who was last play as a right back for São Paulo FC and for the Brazilian national team.

Before joining Barcelona, Alves spent a successful six-year spell with Sevilla, winning two UEFA Cups and the Copa del Rey with the Andalusian side. He joined Barcelona for €32.5 million, becoming the third-most expensive defender of all time. He won the Treble in his first season with the club and in the next season he won the Spanish Super Cup, European Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup. Additionally, he helped the club to clinch another Spanish Super Cup, two league titles and a UEFA Champions League in the years that followed. Alves has held a Spanish passport since 2005.

Alves is the second-most decorated footballer in European competitions of all time with nine European medals, leaving him one behind Paolo Maldini on the all-time list.

A full international for Brazil since 2006, Alves was included in their squads for two World Cups and four Copa América tournaments, winning the 2007 edition of the Copa América, as well as the 2009 and 2013 Confederations Cups.

Honours

Clubs

Bahia
Sevilla
Barcelona

International

Brazil

Individual

External links

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Paris Saint-Germain F.C. squad - 2020–21

1 Buffon · 2 Thiago Silva (c) · 3 Kimpembe · 4 Kehrer · 5 Marquinhos · 6 Verratti · 7 Mbappé · 8 Paredes · 9 Cavani · 10 Neymar · 11 Di María · 12 Meunier · 13 Dani Alves · 14 Bernat · 16 Areola · 17 Choupo-Moting · 19 Diarra · 20 Kurzawa · 23 Draxler · 24 Nkunku · 25 Rabiot · 27 Diaby · 31 Dagba · 34 Nsoki · 50 Cibois ·

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Brazil – 2007 Copa América
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Brazil – 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup

1. Júlio César 2. Maicon 3. Lúcio (c) 4. Juan 5. Felipe Melo 6. Kléber 7. Elano 8. Gilberto Silva 9. Luís Fabiano 10. Kaká 11. Robinho 12. Victor 13. Dani Alves 14. Luisão 15. Miranda 16. André Santos 17. Josué 18. Ramires 19. Júlio Baptista 20. Kléberson 21. Pato 22. Nilmar 23. Gomes

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Brazil – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Quarter-finals

1. Júlio César 2. Maicon 3. Lúcio 4. Juan 5. Felipe Melo 6. Michel Bastos 7. Elano 8. Gilberto Silva 9. Luís Fabiano 10. Kaká 11. Robinho 12. Gomes 13. Dani Alves 14. Luisão 15. Thiago Silva 16. Gilberto 17. Josué 18. Ramires 19. Júlio Baptista 20. Kléberson 21. Nilmar 22. Doni 23. Grafite

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Brazil – 2011 Copa América – Quarter-finals

1. Júlio César 2. Dani Alves 3. Lúcio (c) 4. Thiago Silva 5. Lucas Leiva 6. André Santos 7. Robinho 8. Ramires 9. Pato 10. Ganso 11. Neymar 12. Victor 13. Maicon 14. Luisão 15. Sandro 16. Elano 17. Elias 18. Lucas 19. Fred 20. Jádson 21. Adriano 22. Jefferson 23. David Luiz

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Brazil – 2013 FIFA Confederations Cup

1. Jefferson 2. Dani Alves 3. Thiago Silva (c) 4. David Luiz 5. Fernando 6. Marcelo 7. Lucas 8. Hernanes 9. Fred 10. Neymar 11. Oscar 12. Júlio César 13. Dante 14. Filipe Luís 15. Jean 16. Réver 17. Luiz Gustavo 18. Paulinho 19. Hulk 20. Bernard 21.  22. Diego Cavalieri 23. Jádson

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Brazil – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Fourth Place

1. Jefferson 2. Dani Alves 3. Thiago Silva (c) 4. David Luiz 5. Fernandinho 6. Marcelo 7. Hulk 8. Paulinho 9. Fred 10. Neymar 11. Oscar 12. Júlio César 13. Dante 14. Maxwell 15. Henrique 16. Ramires 17. Luiz Gustavo 18. Hernanes 19. Willian 20. Bernard 21.  22. Victor 23. Maicon

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Brazil – 2015 Copa América – Quarter-finals

1. Jefferson 2. Dani Alves 3. Miranda 4. David Luiz 5. Fernandinho 6. Filipe Luís 7. Douglas Costa 8. Elias 9. Tardelli 10. Neymar (c) 11. Firmino 12. Neto 13. Marquinhos 14. Thiago Silva 15. Geferson 16. Fabinho 17. Fred 18. Everton Ribeiro 19. Willian 20. Robinho 21. Coutinho 22. Casemiro 23. Marcelo Grohe

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Brazil – Copa América Centenario – Group stage group B

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