Lutsharel Geertruida


  • matches played 49
  • goals 7
  • assists 1
  • Last appearance (days ago) 14

The 19-year-old Lutsharel Geertruida was born on July 18, 2000 and is therefore five years younger than his team's average age. Lutsharel Geertruida prefers to play with his right foot, as do 67% of his teammates. He was used in five of the matches in the present term. The Flemish defender Lutsharel Geertruida joined his current team, Feyenoord Rotterdam (Netherlands), in September 2018. Standing 1.84 meter high, he is larger, when looking at the average height in his team. After an overall look at his career, we can see that he was substituted in ten times but never out. In the active season, he came into the park more often just like in the previous one. Lutsharel Geertruida's shortest stay in a club was eight months in Netherlands (Netherlands).

In his footballer career, a total of one cards were ascribed to Lutsharel Geertruida. While thus obtaining an average of 0.13 cards per term, he has not even gotten any yet, for now. He changed one clubs throughout his career as professional. One year and 2 months was the maximum period he ever played in a team, which is his latest one. Lutsharel Geertruida wears the jerses number 38 strip at Feyenoord Rotterdam. He impressed in UEFA Youth League 17/18, reaching his personal record of goals. When it comes to unfortunate moments, he scored once in the wrong net since becoming professional. This was in UEFA Youth League 17/18 (Netherlands) with Feyenoord Rotterdam.

Besides playing for Feyenoord Rotterdam, Lutsharel Geertruida additionally is a member of Netherlands. Throughout his professional career, he participated in 11 games, the last appearance being three days ago. Besides Lutsharel Geertruida, there are nine more defenders in Feyenoord Rotterdam's lot: Ridgeciano Haps, Tyrell Malacia, George Johnston, Sven Van Beek, Denzel Hall, Edgar Ie, Jan-Arie Van der Heijden, Eric Botteghin and Rick Karsdorp. He was contracted to a few clubs during his professional career, one of them being Netherlands, for whom he played before coming to Netherlands.

(Last edited September 5, 2019)