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Zinedine Zidane
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Personal information
Full name Zinedine Yazid Zidane
Date of birth June 23, 1972 (1972-06-23) (age 48)
Place of birth    Marseille, Flag of France France
Height 1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Attacking midfielder
Club information
Current club Flag of Spain Real Madrid (manager)
Youth clubs
1982–1983
1983–1986
1986–1988
Flag of France US Saint-Henri
Flag of France SO Septèmes-les-Vallons
Flag of France Cannes
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1988–1992
1992–1996
1996–2001
2001–2006
Total
Flag of France Cannes
Flag of France Bordeaux
Flag of Italy Juventus
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
061 00(6)
139 0(28)
151 0(24)
155 0(37)
506 0(95)   
National team
1988-1989
1989-1990
1990–1994
1994–2006
Flag of France France U-17
Flag of France France U-18
Flag of France France U-21
Flag of France France
0000(1)
0000(0)
020 00(3)
108 0(31)
Teams managed
2013-2014
2014–2016
2016–2018
2019–
Flag of Spain Real Madrid (assistant)
Flag of Spain Real Madrid Castilla
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
Zinedine Yazid Zidane (born 23 June 1972), nicknamed "Zizou", is a French professional football coach of Real Madrid and former player. He is the father of Real Madrid footballer, Luca Zidane. He played as an attacking midfielder for the France national team, Cannes, Bordeaux, Juventus and Real Madrid. Renowned for his elegance, vision, ball control and technique, Zidane was named the best European footballer of the past 50 years in the UEFA Golden Jubilee Poll. He is widely regarded as one of the greatest players in the history of the game.

At club level, Zidane won the La Liga title and the UEFA Champions League with Real Madrid, two Serie A league championships with Juventus and an Intercontinental Cup and a UEFA Super Cup each with both aforementioned teams. His 2001 transfer from Juventus to Real Madrid set a world record fee of an equivalent €75 million. His left-foot volleyed winner in the 2002 UEFA Champions League Final is considered to be one of the greatest goals in the competition's history. On the international stage with France, Zidane won the 1998 FIFA World Cup, scoring twice in the final, and UEFA Euro 2000 where he was named Player of the Tournament. The World Cup triumph made him a national hero in France, and he received the Légion d'honneur in 1998.

Zidane was named the FIFA World Player of the Year three times, in 1998, 2000 and 2003, and won the 1998 Ballon d'Or. He was Ligue 1 Player of the Year in 1996, Serie A Footballer of the Year in 2001 and La Liga Best Foreign Player in 2002. Zidane received the Golden Ball for player of the tournament at the 2006 World Cup, despite his infamous sending off in the final against Italy for headbutting Marco Materazzi in the chest. Prior to the World Cup, he announced he would retire at the end of the tournament.

After retirement, Zidane became assistant coach at Real Madrid under Carlo Ancelotti for the 2013–14 season. After a successful year in which the club won the UEFA Champions League and Copa del Rey, Zidane became the coach of Real Madrid's B team, Real Madrid Castilla. In 2010, Zidane was an ambassador for Qatar's successful bid to stage the 2022 FIFA World Cup, the first Arab country to host the tournament.

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France – UEFA Euro 1996

1. Lama 2. Angloma 3. Di Meco 4. Leboeuf 5. Blanc 6. Guérin 7. Deschamps 8. Desailly 9. Djorkaeff 10. Zidane 11. Loko 12. Lizarazu 13. Dugarry 14. Lamouchi 15. Thuram 16. Barthez 17. Madar 18. Pedros 19. Karembeu 20. Roche 21. Martins 22. Martini

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France – 1998 FIFA World Cup

1. Lama 2. Candela 3. Lizarazu 4. Vieira 5. Blanc 6. Djorkaeff 7. Deschamps (c) 8. Desailly 9. Guivarc'h 10. Zidane 11. Pires 12. Henry 13. Diomède 14. Boghossian 15. Thuram 16. Barthez 17. Petit 18. Leboeuf 19. Karembeu 20. Trezeguet 21. Dugarry 22. Charbonnier

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France – UEFA Euro 2000

1. Lama 2. Candela 3. Lizarazu 4. Vieira 5. Blanc 6. Djorkaeff 7. Deschamps 8. Desailly 9. Anelka 10. Zidane 11. Pirès 12. Henry 13. Wiltord 14. Micoud 15. Thuram 16. Barthez 17. Petit 18. Leboeuf 19. Karembeu 20. Trezeguet 21. Dugarry 22. Ramé

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France – 2002 FIFA World Cup



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France – UEFA Euro 2004

1. Landreau 2. Boumsong 3. Lizarazu 4. Vieira 5. Gallas 6. Makélélé 7. Pirès 8. Desailly 9. Saha 10. Zidane 11. Wiltord 12. Henry 13. Silvestre 14. Rothen 15. Thuram 16. Barthez 17. Dacourt 18. Pedretti 19. Sagnol 20. Trezeguet 21. Marlet 22. Govou 23. Coupet

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France – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Runners-up

1. Landreau 2. Boumsong 3. Abidal 4. Vieira 5. Gallas 6. Makélélé 7. Malouda 8. Dhorasoo 9. Govou 10. Zidane 11. Wiltord 12. Henry 13. Silvestre 14. Saha 15. Thuram 16. Barthez 17. Givet 18. Diarra 19. Sagnol 20. Trezeguet 21. Chimbonda 22. Ribéry 23. Coupet

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