Remo Freuler

Remo Freuler - Updated Jan 2023

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Ennenda, Switzerland
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Aries

Birthday
Birthplace
Ennenda, Switzerland

Remo Freuler is a professional football player from Switzerland. Moreover, Remo Freuler plays as a midfielder for Nottingham Forest and the Switzerland national team.

Early Life

Remo Marco Freuler best known Remo Freuler born on the 15th of April, 1992, in Ennenda, Switzerland. According to his birth date, this football star is 30 years old and holds Swiss nationality.

Moreover, he has a birth sign of Aries and he believes in Christianity. He belongs to the Swiss-White ethnicity. In addition, he is the son of Marcel Freuler (father) and Sabine Freuler (mother). However, Remo is the only child of his parents.

Remo Freuler – Education

Talking about his academic career, the football player has not yet shared his academic qualification in public. We may assume that he might have completed his graduation from his nearby University.

Professional Life

Remo Freuler began his football career with FC Hinwil and transferred to FC Winterthur, another Zurich team, in 2005. In 2010, at the age of 18, he made his professional debut with Winterthur. Making two substitute appearances after the 2009–2010 Swiss Challenge League.

He was then moved to Grasshopper Club Zurich. Where he scored against rival FC Zurich and spent the majority of the season with the under-21 team. He did, however, spend some time with the professional team early in the Super League season. He was loaned back to Winterthur over the offseason after being released from the team the following year.

Winterthur

Remo joined a Winterthur team that finished the first half of the season in the ninth position in the Challenge League, and he made 14 appearances for Winterthur that year. His first goals for the team came in the form of a pair against Kriens on March 4, 2012, which helped Winterthur finish in fourth place. In the summer, his deal with Winterthur was made permanent, and the following season, he made 21 more appearances there before joining FC Luzern of the Super League.

Luzern

On February 18, 2014, he was traded to Luzern, and on March 2, 2014, against St. Gallen, he made his club debut. He scored his first goal for the team on April 6 against Young Boys, and the 2013–14 season ended with him in fourth place. He started every game of the new season for Luzern under Babbel and scored seven goals and five assists before being moved to the Italian team Atalanta B.C. the following year.

Atalanta

He transferred to Atalanta on January 19, 2016, for a sum of €2 million, and on February 7, 2016, he played his first Serie A match against Empoli. He made 29 starts for Bergamo in the 2016–2017 season after scoring his first goal for the team on May 2nd against eventual runners-up Napoli. In addition, he earned Europa League qualification for the first time since 1990 and stopped eventual winner Juventus from winning the Scudetto that weekend on April 28 by scoring a late equalizer at home.

Remo Freuler

Caption: Remo Freuler during a football match (Source: Instagram)

Additionally, he played the entire 90 minutes in a 3-0 victory over English team Everton in his first Europa League group stage game. On September 24, 2017, Remo scored his first goal of the 2017–18 season for Atalanta against Fiorentina, tying the score in the fourth minute of stoppage time.

Nottingham Forest

He left Atalanta after six and a half seasons and joined the newly promoted Premier League team, Nottingham Forest, on August 14, 2022.

International Career

Before getting called up for the first time to the senior team during Switzerland’s 2018 World Cup qualifying campaign, Remo went via the Swiss junior system. He also participated in the 2019 UEFA Nations League Finals, when his team finished fourth, and was a member of the 23-man Switzerland national team roster for the 2018 World Cup.

He was selected for the 26-man Swiss team for the postponed UEFA Euro 2020. And on July 2, 2021, he helped set up Xherdan Shaqiri’s equalizing goal in the quarterfinal match against Spain. However, he was later dropped in the 77th minute after what many commentators believed to be an excessive decision. After a 1-1 draw, the game went to a penalty shootout, where Spain won and advanced to the semifinals.

Remo Freuler – Awards and Net Worth

At the moment, this football player has not earned any awards or recognition in his profession. Looking forward, we might presume that, the player might earn some of them in the following years.

Talking about his net worth, his estimated net worth is between $1 million to $5 million as of 2022. His market value is $22 million whereas his highest market value was $27.50 million as of 3rd March 2020.

Remo Freuler – Relationship Status

Remo is currently engaged to his pretty girlfriend, Kristina Sivcic. According to reports, the couple started dating in the summer of 2017. The Swiss player shared a photo of Kristina with his Instagram followers on June 29th of the following year.

Remo Freuler

Caption: Remo Freuler with his fiancé Kristina Sivcic (Source: Instagram)

Considering that he appears content in his relationship with his fiancée. There is a bigger chance that he will get married. At the moment, the Swiss player is not a part of controversy or rumors.

Body Measurements

Remo stands 5 feet 11 inches tall and weighs around 73 kg. Moreover, he has good-looking light brown hair and dark brown eyes color and his body build type are athletic.

Remo Freuler

Caption: Remo Freuler walking in the street (Source: Instagram)

Social Media

On his Instagram page, there are more than 97.3k followers. Likewise, he has a Facebook account but he has made it private and he is not active on Twitter.