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Edwin VAN DER SAR
Career End
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Full name Edwin van der Sar  
Date of Birth October 29, 1970
Birthplace Voorhout, Netherlands
Height 197 cm
Position Goalkeeper
Foot Right
Nationality Dutch
Club Career End (since July 1, 2011)
Nation Netherlands
Int. debut Age 24 (June 7, 1995 - vs. Belarus)
World Cups 11 matches (2006: 4 / 1998: 7)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


TFR PLAYERS
Teams represented (central column) +
TFR Players Rankings (right column)
2010-11 Manchester United (ENG)
53
2009-10 Manchester United (ENG)
190
2008-09 Manchester United (ENG)
20
2007-08 Manchester United (ENG)
16

OTHER TFR RANKINGS
2010-11 None
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2009-10 None
-
2008-09 None
-
2007-08 None
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CAREER STATISTICS
League Appearances & Goals
2010-11 Manchester United
33
0
2009-10 Manchester United
21
0
2008-09 Manchester United
33
0
2007-08 Manchester United
29
0
2006-07 Manchester United
32
0
2005-06 Manchester United
38
0
2004-05 Fulham
34
0
2003-04 Fulham
37
0
2002-03 Fulham
19
0
2001-02 Fulham
37
0
2000-01 Juventus
34
0
1999-00 Juventus
32
0
1998-99 Ajax
34
0
1997-98 Ajax
33
1
1996-97 Ajax
33
0
1995-96 Ajax
33
0
1994-95 Ajax
33
0
1993-94 Ajax
32
0
1992-93 Ajax
19
0
1991-92 Ajax
0
0
1990-91 Ajax
9
0



DID YOU KNOW ?

Van der Sar is one of the few footballers to have won the UEFA Champions League with two different teams, having won it with AFC Ajax in 1994-95 and Manchester United in 2007-08.

Van der Sar was included in the Netherlands's 1994 World Cup squad but did not play.

He became the first non-Italian to keep goal for Juventus FC but eventually lost the spot to Gianluigi Buffon.

He was in goal for three successive eliminations from major competitions by penalties: Euro 96, France 98 and Euro 2000.

Van der Sar has represented the Dutch national team 130 times, which makes him the country's most capped player.

By the end of his career van der Sar was the oldest player to have appeared in the UEFA Champions League Final (40 years and 211 days) and the oldest player to win the Premier League (40 years and 205 days).