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Ki Sung-yueng
Ki Sung-yueng
Personal information
Full name Ki Sung-yueng
Date of birth 24 January 1989 (1989-01-24) (age 31)
Place of birth    Gwangju, South Korea South Korea
Height 1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)
Playing position Midfielder
Club information
Current club South Korea FC Seoul
Number 8
Youth clubs
2001–2005
2005
Flag of Australia John Paul College
South Korea Kumho High School
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2006–2009
2009–2012
2012–2018
2013–2014
2018–2020
2020
2020–
South Korea FC Seoul
Scotland Celtic
Flag of Wales Swansea City
EnglandSunderland (loan)
England Newcastle United
Flag of Spain Mallorca
South Korea FC Seoul
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066 00(9)
067 00(8)
027 00(3)
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National team
2004
2006–2007
2007–2012
2008–2019
South Korea South Korea U17
South Korea South Korea U20
South Korea South Korea U23
South Korea South Korea
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Ki Sung-yueng (born 24 January 1989) is a South Korean professional footballer who plays as a central midfielder for the K League 1 club FC Seoul.

Ki is known for his vision, technique, long-range passing and shooting, along with his good set-pieces.

He has been a full international for South Korea since 2007, gaining over 100 caps. Ki was selected in their squads for three World Cups and the 2011 and 2015 AFC Asian Cups, finishing as runner-up in the latter tournament. He has also played at two Olympic Games with his country, winning bronze in 2012.

On 20 May 2015, Ki was voted as Swansea City Player of the Year as he scored eight goals in 33 appearances.

Honours

Celtic

Swansea City

Sunderland

South Korea U23

South Korea

External links

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South Korea – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Round of 16

1. Lee Woon‑Jae 2. Oh Beom‑Seok 3. Kim Hyung‑Il 4. Cho Yong‑Hyung 5. Kim Nam‑Il 6. Kim Bo‑Kyung 7. Park Ji‑Sung 8. Kim Jung‑Woo 9. Ahn Jung‑Hwan 10. Park Chu‑Young 11. Lee Seung‑Yeoul 12. Lee Young‑Pyo 13. Kim Jae‑Sung 14. Lee Jung‑Soo 15. Kim Dong‑Jin 16. Ki Sung‑Yueng 17. Lee Chung‑Yong 18. Jung Sung‑Ryong 19. Yeom Ki‑Hun 20. Lee Dong‑Gook 21. Kim Young‑Kwang 22. Cha Du‑Ri 23. Kang Min‑Soo

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South Korea – 2014 FIFA World Cup – Group stage

1. Jung Sung-ryong 2. Kim Chang-soo 3. Yun Suk-young 4. Kwak Tae-hwi 5. Kim Young-gwon 6. Hwang Seok-ho 7. Kim Bo-kyung 8. Ha Dae-sung 9. Son Heung-min 10. Park Chu-young 11. Lee Keun-ho 12. Lee Yong 13. Koo Ja-cheol (c) 14. Han Kook-young 15. Park Jong-woo 16. Ki Sung-yueng 17. Lee Chung-yong 18. Kim Shin-wook 19. Ji Dong-won 20. Hong Jeong-ho 21. Kim Seung-gyu 22. Park Joo-ho 23. Lee Bum-young

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South Korea – 2015 AFC Asian Cup

1. Jung Sung-ryong 2. Kim Chang-soo 3. Kim Jin-su 4. Kim Ju-young 5. Kwak Tae-hwi 6. Park Joo-ho 7. Son Heung-min 8. Kim Min-woo 9. Cho Young-cheol 10. Nam Tae-hee 11. Lee Keun-ho 12. Han Kyo-won 13. Koo Ja-cheol 14. Han Kook-young 15. Lee Myung-joo 16. Ki Sung-yueng (c) 17. Lee Chung-yong 18. Lee Jung-hyup 18. Kim Young-gwon 20. Jang Hyun-soo 21. Kim Seung-gyu 22. Cha Du-ri 23. Kim Jin-hyeon

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South Korea – 2018 FIFA World Cup – Group stage

1. Kim Seung-gyu 2. Lee Yong 3. Jung Seung-hyun 4. Oh Ban-suk 5. Yun Young-sun 6. Park Joo-ho 7. Son Heung-min 8. Ju Se-jong 9. Kim Shin-wook 10. Lee Seung-woo 11. Hwang Hee-chan 12. Kim Min-woo 13. Koo Ja-cheol 14. Hong Chul 15. Jung Woo-young 16. Ki Sung-yueng (c) 17. Lee Jae-sung 18. Moon Seon-min 19. Kim Young-gwon 20. Jang Hyun-soo 21. Kim Jin-hyeon 22. Go Yo-han 23. Cho Hyun-woo

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