Jamal Musiala (born February 26, 2003) is a German professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for the German club Bayern Munich and the national team of Germany.
His style of play has been described as a strong and confident playmaker with the ability to attack and create spaces.
Apart from his skill, he was nicknamed Bambi by his Bayern teammates for his youthful looks.
Real Facts About Jamal Musiala
- Full Name: Jamal Musiala
- Born: February 26, 2003
- Age: 20 years old (2023)
- Birth Place: Stuttgart, Germany
- Nationality: British, Nigerian, German
- Parents: Carolin Musiala, Daniel Richard
- Siblings: Jerell Musiala, Latisha Musiala
- Club: Bayern Munich
- Position: Midfielder
- Occupation: Footballer
- Net Worth: N/A
Early Life & Education
Jamal Musiala was born on February 26, 2003, in Stuttgart, Germany to a Nigerian Yoruba father, and a German mother.
He lived in Fulda and moved to England with his family at the age of seven. Ha has a younger brother named Jerell Musiala and a sister, Latisha Musiala.
He attended Corpus Christi School in New Malden for his primary education and Whitgift School in London for his secondary education.
Jamal Musiala began his football career at the youth level with Chelsea. He left Chelsea at the age if 16 to join the German club Bayern Munich. He made his Bundesliga debut in a match against SC Freiburg on June 20, 2020.
He made his breakthrough after scoring his first goal for Bayern Munich in an 8-0 against Schalke 04, on September 19, 2020.
He signed his first professional contract with the club on March 5, 2021, until 2026.
Musiala who was eligible to play for Nigeria, England, and Germany, choose to represent England at the Under17 and Under-21 levels.
He decided to represent his birth nation, Germany at the senior level. He was called up to the German national team for the FIFA World Cup qualifier in march 2021.
He made his debut in a 3-0 win against Iceland, where he came on as a substitute in the 79th minute.
He was called up for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar on November 10, 2022. He became the first German teenager to feature in the competition since 1958, after making his debut in a 2-1 loss to Japan.