|Name||Kingsley Junior Coman|
|Date Of Birth||June 13, 1996|
|Place Of Birth||Paris, France|
|Jersey Number||Number 11|
|Height And Weight||1.81m/75 kg|
Kingsley Coman’s Early Life, Parents, And Family
Kingsley Coman is a french professional footballer born on June 13, 1996, in Paris, France. The 26-year-old forward plays as a winger for Bayern Munich and France’s national team.
When he was younger, the football star always played football with the kids in his neighborhood. Kingsley’s father, who was impressed by his talent, took him to some local clubs in France. Soon after, the PSG Junior Team in his hometown signed him. The footballer has maintained a high level of play ever since, ranking among the finest in contemporary football.
Kingsley Coman’s Career
At the age of six, Coman began his career, playing for the US Sénart-Moissy in 2002. Coman got his professional debut for PSG on February 17, 2013, against Sochaux, a 3-2 loss, after spending nine years at the club’s junior level. In the 87th minute, he was brought on to replace Marco Verratti. At 16 years, 8 months, and 4 days old, Coman was the youngest player to ever play for PSG.
As his PSG contract expired on July 7, 2014, Coman agreed to a five-year contract to join Juventus. Coman made his Serie A debut on August 30, 2014, making his start in a 1-0 away victory against Chievo. On January 15, 2015, Kingsley Coman scored his first goal as a professional in a 6-1 Coppa Italia victory against Hellas Verona during the tournament’s round of 16. Coman made a last-minute appearance in the 2015 UEFA Champions League Final on June 6.
On August 30, 2015, Juventus agreed to a two-year loan agreement allowing Coman to join Bayern Munich for €7 million. On September 12th, Kingsley Coman made his debut for the club. A week after joining his new team, the forward scored his first goal in a 3-0 triumph at Darmstadt 98.
On March 12, 2016, Coman provided three assists to a 5-0 win against Werder Bremen. Kingsley
Coman played 25 games across all competitions during the season. Unfortunately, Coman struggled with injuries and wasn’t as successful in pushing himself into the team’s first 11 as he was the previous year. On April 27, 2017, Bayer announced that they had activated their option to sign Kingsley Coman until 2020.
On December 21, 2017, Coman penned downs a new deal that will keep him with the team until June 30, 2023.
Kingsley Coman’s Net Worth and Earnings
Throughout his career, Coman’s net worth has increased tremendously. As of 2022, Coman, who drives a McClaren car, has a net worth of His total wealth is $57 million. One of his assets is a million-dollar home in Munich, the capital of the Bavarian state.
Kingsley Coman’s Relationship
Kingsley Coman is currently in a relationship with Sabrajna, whom he regularly posts on his Instagram Handle. The duo have a daughter named Kaylee Coman.
Coman was formerly married to Sephora Goignan, but they have since divorced due to some assault allegations. The Bayern Munich winger was found guilty of domestic violence and ordered to pay Sephora €5,000. However, Kingsley Coman and his ex-wife have a daughter named Liana.
Kingsley Coman”s Religion
Kingsley Coman is a Christian by religion. He can also speak many languages. The Bayern Munich forward can speak German, English, and french.
Kingsley Coman Height And Weight
Kingsley Coman stands at a height of 5 ft 11. The 75-kilogram Bayern Munich player has an incredible vertical leap and can run with the ball past defenders.
Kingsley Coman’s Style of Play
Kingsley Coman is an explosive winger with athleticism, talent, and technical ability. He also has good vision and dribbling skills. He is versatile and can play as a striker, offensive midfielder, or even a central midfielder.
Despite being a right-footer by nature, he prefers to play on the left since it gives him the best chance to run past opponents one on one, cut into the center on his right foot, shoot the ball, set up opportunities for teammates, or make offensive runs into the area.
Kingsley Coman’s Football Stats And Discipline As Of This Writing.
Kingsley Coman’s Goals, Shots, and xG (Expected Goals).
- Goals Scored – 4
- Goals at Home – 1
- Goals at Away – 3
- Expected Goals (xG)- 2.98%
- Penalties Scored- 0
- Hat-tricks- 0
- 3 or More Goals -0
- 2 or More Goals – 1
- Minutes Per Goal – 187 min’ per goal
- Shots Taken – 20
- Shots On Target – 7/ 20
- Shots Off Target – 13/ 20
- Shot Accuracy – 35.00%
- Shots Per Goal Scored – 5.00 %
Kingsley Coman’s Assists, Passing, & Chance Creation Stats As Of This Writing
- Assists – 3
- Expected Assists (xA) – 3.31%
- Passes – 360
- Successful Passes – 311/ 360
- Pass Completion Rate – 86.39%
- Key Passes – 23
- Crosses – 39
- Successful Crosses – 9/ 39
- Minutes Per Assist – 249 min’ per assist
Kingsley Coman’s Dribbling & Offside Stats As Of This Writing
- Dribbles – 38
- Successful Dribbles – 17
- Dribble Success Rate – 44.74%
- Dispossessed – 13
- Offsides – 3
Kingsley Coman’s Yellow Cards, Red Cards, and Foul Stats As Of This Writing
- Yellow Cards – 2
- Red Cards – 1
- Total Cards – 2
- Minutes Per Booking – 374 min’ per card
- Fouls Committed – 6
Kingsley Coman’s Football at International Level
Kingsley Coman was called up to the France senior team on November 5, 2015, for a friendly match against Germany and England. Eight days later, he made his debut at the Stade de France.
Coman substituted Martial at halftime in the match against Russia on March 29. He scored his first goal for the France National Team.
Didier Deschamps’ included Kingsley Coman in the 23-man France squad for the UEFA Euro 2016 in May 2016. The forward was among the nominees for the Young Player of the Tournament Award for the tournament.
On November 9, 2022, Kingsley Coman was called up to the final list for the Qatar-hosting 2022 FIFA World Cup.
Kingsley Coman’s Honours And Awards
- Won the Ligue 1 – 2012/13, 2013/14
- Won the Trophée des Champions: 2013
- Won the Coppa Italia- 2014/15
- Won the Supercoppa Italiana – 2015
- Won the UEFA Champions League runner-up – 2014/15
- Won the – 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19, 2019/20, 2020/21, 2021/22
- Won the DFB-Pokal – 2015/16, 2018/19, 2019/20
- Won the DFL-Supercup – 2016, 2017, 2018, 2020, 2021, and 2022
- Won the UEFA Champions League – 2019/20
- Won the FIFA Club World Cup – in 2020
- Won the FIFA World Cup runner-up – in 2022
- Won the UEFA European Championship runner-up – in 2016
- Won the kicker Bundesliga Team of the Season – 2018/19
- Won the Titi d’Or – 2012, 2013
- Won the Bundesliga Goal of the Month – March 2022.