Amir Abrashi

    All-time

  • matches played 275
  • goals 16
  • assists 3
  • Last appearance (days ago) 12

The 29-year-old Amir Abrashi was born on March 27, 1990 and is therefore NaN years younger than his team's average age. Measuring 172cm, SC Freiburg's average player height succumbs Amir Abrashi by 11cm. Back in 2015, Albanian midfielder Amir Abrashi's contract with SC Freiburg (Germany), the club he is still a member of, took effect. He had 13 match appearances this season. He is currently 13th in Bundesliga (Germany) with his team SC Freiburg. 66% of SC Freiburg's football players are right footers and so is Amir Abrashi.

Today he played his latest match. Ten months was the stubbiest period that he was contracted to a team (Grasshopper Club Zurich from Switzerland) Before joining SC Freiburg, Amir Abrashi impressed at FC Winterthur and Grasshopper Club Zurich. While being substituted more out than in this season, we can observe that this trend came from last season. Moreover, he shows 64 out and 34 in substitutions in total. As for winning percentages, he won with SC Freiburg 40% of their home matches (20% in total) in Bundesliga. Unfortunately, his team recorded no wins in the last 5 games, registering a 4-games-in-a-row loss-streak including 1 draws.

Weighing 156.53lb, Amir Abrashi measures 15lb less than the average player on SC Freiburg. His longest stay in a team counts three years and 11 months in Grasshopper Club Zurich (Switzerland). Further, he also operates for Albania. Amir Abrashi's best season was Challenge League 09/10 (Switzerland), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of goals. In his footballer career, a total of 62 cards were ascribed to Amir Abrashi. While thus obtaining an average of 2.07 cards per term, he has not even gotten any yet, for now.

He changed four clubs throughout his career as professional. He plays with the jersey number 6. Besides Amir Abrashi, there are ten more midfielders in SC Freiburg's lot: Florian Kath, Roland Sallai, Marco Terrazzino, Nicolas Hofler, Brandon Borrello, Vincenzo Grifo, Mike Frantz, Luca Herrmann, Jerome Gondorf and Janik Haberer.

(Last edited May 11, 2019)