- matches played 223
- goals 0
- assists 0
- Last appearance (days ago) 11
- Matches played 3
- Goals scored 0
- Substituted in 0
- Substituted out 0
- Last match (days ago) 863
- Assists 0
- Yellow cards 0
- Red cards 0
WC Qualification, UEFA statistics
Having been born in 1992, on August 04, Frederik Ronnow's age of 26 makes him junior to the average player of Eintracht Frankfurt. Frederik Ronnow was used in ten of the matches in the present term. He is a right footer just as 71% of Eintracht Frankfurt. He is currently first in group H of UEFA Europa League and fourth in Bundesliga (Germany) with his team Eintracht Frankfurt. The Danish goalkeeper Frederik Ronnow joined his current team, Eintracht Frankfurt (Germany), in July 2018.
With a height of 1.9m, he exceeds Eintracht Frankfurt's mean tallness by 7. In terms of top seasons, the Superligaen 17/18 (Denmark) was his best one yet, breaking one personal record in terms of appearances. To date, collectively Frederik Ronnow holds 13 penalties, of which one is red. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually. He was contracted to a few clubs during his professional career, one of them being Brondby IF, for whom he played before coming to Germany.
At 187.39lb, he carries 16lb more than the average Eintracht Frankfurt player. Concerning the latest matches, Frederik Ronnow's club won in UEFA Europa League plus won in Bundesliga. His longest stay in a team counts four years and 11 months in AC Horsens (Denmark). He also plays for Denmark. It's been eleven days since Frederik Ronnow played his latest match. While being substituted more in than out this season, the contrary occured the year before. However, he shows one out and one in substitutions in total.
So far in his career as football player, he was part of four clubs. Frederik Ronnow's shortest spell with a club currently counts ten months in his latest side. He received the jersey number 1 at Eintracht Frankfurt. Apart from Frederik Ronnow, Jan Zimmermann, Tobias Stirl and Kevin Trapp are also goalkeepers of Eintracht Frankfurt.
(Last edited May 9, 2019)