- matches played 264
- goals 13
- assists 3
- Last appearance (days ago) 136
With a height of 1.91m, Sebastian Langkamp exceeds Werder Bremen's mean tallness by 8. Sebastian Langkamp is a male defender from Germany, who has been playing for Werder Bremen in Germany since January 31, 2018. In Bundesliga (Germany), Werder Bremen is in ninth position. He had 22 match appearances this season. In terms of preferred feet, Sebastian Langkamp is a right footer, like 70% of Werder Bremen. The 31-year-old footballer was born on January 15, 1988 and is therefore NaN years younger than his team's average age.
The briefest time his spent on a team counts five months in Hamburger SV (Germany). Werder Bremen's jersey number 15 is Sebastian Langkamp. Four years and 6 months was the maximum period he ever played in a team, which is Hertha BSC (Germany). As for winning percentages, he won with Werder Bremen 60% of their home matches (40% in total) in Bundesliga. Unfortunately, his team recorded no wins in the last 5 games, registering a 2-games-in-a-row loss-streak including 2 draws.
Weighing 187.39lb, Sebastian Langkamp measures 21lb more than the average player on Werder Bremen. After an overall look at his career, we can see that he was substituted in 19 times but never out. In the active season, he came into the park more often just like in the previous one. He is playing as defender in Werder Bremen together with Ludwig Augustinsson, Marco Friedl, Felix Beijmo, Niklas Moisander, Julian Rieckmann, Milos Veljkovic, Theodor Gebre Selassie and Jan-Niklas Beste. Sebastian Langkamp played 257 matches in total and hindermost appeared four days ago. On average, he has participated in 9.2 matches per season.
In his footballer career, a total of 59 cards were ascribed to Sebastian Langkamp. While thus obtaining an average of 2.11 cards per term, he has not even gotten any yet, for now. His best season was Bundesliga 11/12 (Germany), because in this year he had his highest success in terms of goals. He played for Karlsruher SC II, Hertha BSC, FC Augsburg, FC Bayern Munich II, Hamburger SV and Karlsruher SC before ending up in Werder Bremen.
(Last edited May 9, 2019)