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FILIPE Luís
Club Atlético Madrid (SPA)
m m
Full name Filipe Luís Kasmirski  
Date of Birth August 9, 1985
Birthplace Jaraguá do Sul, Brazil
Height 188 cm
Position Left full back
Foot Left
Nationality Brazilian (and Italian)
Club Club Atlético Madrid (SPA)
Nation Brazil
Int. debut Age 24 (October 14, 2009 - vs. Venezuela)
World Cups 0 matches

 

CAREER STATISTICS
Season Club
-
-
*
Games
Goals
2017-18 Atlético Madrid 
-
1
?
?
2016-17 Atlético Madrid 
-
1
34
3
2015-16 Atlético Madrid 
-
1
32
1
2014-15 Chelsea
-
1
15
0
2013-14 Atlético Madrid 
-
1
32
0
2012-13 Atlético Madrid 
-
1
32
1
2011-12 Atlético Madrid 
-
1
36
0
2010-11 Atlético Madrid 
-
1
27
1
2009-10 Dep. La Coruña
-
1
21
3
2008-09 Dep. La Coruña
-
1
38
2
2007-08 Dep. La Coruña (L)
-
1
33
1
2006-07 Dep. La Coruña (L)
-
1
19
0
2005-06 Real Madrid (L)
-
1
0
0
2004-05 Ajax (L)
-
1
0
0
2004 Figueirense
-
1
17
0
2003 Figueirense
-
1
7
1
*) League level
 
CAREER TRANSFERS
Date From - To Fee €m
07.2015
-
16.0
07.2014
-
20.0
07.2010
-
12.0
07.2008
Rentistas
-
2.2

07.2005

Figueirense
-
Rentistas
?
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TFR PLAYERS
Teams represented (central column) +
TFR Players Rankings (right column)
2017-18 Atlético Madrid
?
2016-17 Atlético Madrid
21
2015-16 Atlético Madrid
51
2014-15 Chelsea
-
2013-14 Atlético Madrid
64
2012-13 Atlético Madrid
268
2011-12 Atlético Madrid
261
2010-11 Atlético Madrid
-
2009-10 Deportivo La Coruña
-
2008-09 Deportivo La Coruña
-
2007-08 Deportivo La Coruña
-

OTHER TFR RANKINGS
2017-18 ?
-
2016-17 None
-
2015-16 None
-
2014-15 None
-
2013-14 None
-
2012-13 None
-
2011-12 None
-
2010-11 None
-
2009-10 None
-
2008-09 None
-
2007-08 None
-




DID YOU KNOW ?

Coming from Figueirense as an attacking midfielder, Filipe Luís had his first taste of football in Europe with Ajax in 2004, spending one full season there.

Despite never playing a first-team match for Ajax, he credits the Dutch club for helping him learn tactical aspects of the game, as well as aiding his development by allowing him to train with players such as Rafael van der Vaart and Wesley Sneijder.

All four of Filipe Luís' grandparents were European immigrants who came to Santa Catarina; his paternal grandfather left Poland during World War II. He is also of Italian ancestry.

In August 2009, Filipe Luís was called up by Brazil for the first time, replacing injured Marcelo for a friendly against Estonia; he did not leave the bench in the 0-1 away success.