- matches played 217
- goals 49
- assists 13
- Last appearance (days ago) 58
These days, Julian Schieber's team FC Augsburg comes 14th place in Bundesliga (Germany). Having been born in 1989, on February 13, Julian Schieber's age of 30 makes him junior to the average player of FC Augsburg. He prefers to play with his left foot, as do 13% of his teammates. So far in the 2018/2019 season, he competed in eight fixtures. Julian Schieber is a male forward from Germany, who has been playing for FC Augsburg in Germany since July 1, 2018.
Measuring 186cm, FC Augsburg's average player height matches the one of Julian Schieber. On the whole, he joined the pitch 130 times and left it 31 times after the start of the match. In the present term, he played less games from match start. In terms of top seasons, the Bundesliga 10/11 (Germany) was his best one yet, breaking two personal records in terms of not only assists but also appearances. Then again,he had a lot of trouble with penalties.
Julian Schieber's squad lost 50% (60% home) in Bundesliga. The highest win streak of the last 5 matches counts 2. At FC Augsburg, he is the owner of jersey number 20. He reached the 213 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being just a few days ago. Julian Schieber's shortest stay in a club was five months in Hertha BSC Berlin II. Considering he weighs around 182.98lb, Julian Schieber is approximately 7lb heavier than the average player of FC Augsburg.
The contemporary term does not appear to be his best one yet, as he managed to neither score nor provide any assists. Three years and 11 months was the maximum period he ever played in a team, which is Hertha BSC (Germany). Julian Schieber managed to attract a lot of good feedback after his performance at Hertha BSC, the team he was subjected to before joining FC Augsburg. To date, collectively he holds 20 penalties. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually. Besides Julian Schieber, there are eight more forwards in FC Augsburg's lot: Romario Rosch, Maurice Malone, Andre Hahn, Marco Richter, Seonghoon Cheon, Sergio Cordova, Michael Gregoritsch and Alfred Finnbogason.
(Last edited May 13, 2019)