Makoto Hasebe

Makoto Hasebe Biography, Age, Stats, FIFA 22, Net Worth & Wiki

Makoto Hasebe, a professional footballer from Japan who was born on January 18, 1984, plays as a center-back and defensive midfielder for Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt and serves as its captain. He was the captain of the Japan national team when he was playing.

Makoto Hasebe
Makoto Hasebe

Makoto Hasebe Bio/Wiki

Birth NameMakoto Hasebe
Nick NameMakoto Hasebe
Age (as of 2022)38 years
ReligionNot Available
Sun Sign/Zodiac SignCapricorn
Birth PlaceFujieda, Shizuoka, Japan
Date of Birth18 January 1984
NationalityJapanese
HobbiesBonsai Plantry

Family

Mother's NameNot Available
Father's NameNot Available
Brother(s)Not Available
Sister(s)Not Available

Marital Status, Wife and Children

Wife/SpouseArisa Sato
ChildrenNot Available

Education

SchoolNot Available
College/UniversityNot Available
ProfessionFootballer
Brands EndorsedNot Available

Football Career

Debut ClubUrawa Red Diamonds
Debut InternationalJapan
Jersey Number20
Current Team(s)
Eintracht Frankfurt
PositionDefender
FootRight

Height and , Weight

Height (as of 2022)1.8 m
Weight (as of 2022)72 kg

Extra Ordinary Features

Race / EthnicityJapan
Hair ColorBlack
Eye ColorBlack
S*xual OrientationStraight

Favourite Things

Favorite Playing Position
Defender
Favorite CarNot Available
Favorite DrinksRed Bull
Favorite ColorBlack
Favorite Cell Phone/BrandIphone

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Club Career

Urawa Red Diamonds

He joined Urawa Reds in 2002, the year he received his high school diploma from Fujieda Higashi. In the 2003 season, he started playing regularly for their first team. He mostly served as Keita Suzuki’s defensive midfielder.

He received the J.League Cup New Hero Award and was chosen for the J.League team of the year in 2004. He also won the season’s Urawa Fans’ Player of the Year award. For the first time in the club’s history, the Reds won the J1 League championship in 2006, and in the 2007 AFC Champions League, they won the first Asian championship.

A.C. Siena of Italy’s Serie A was said to be interested in signing Hasebe the following January in October 2007.

VfL Wolfsburg

He did, however, become the first Japanese player to ever play for Wolfsburg in the Bundesliga. He was the second Japanese player to win the Bundesliga championship in 2009.

Hasebe’s contract with Wolfsburg was extended until 2012, it was revealed on April 29, 2010.

Hasebe played the final nine minutes of an away game against 1899 Hoffenheim on September 17, 2011, in goal. Hasebe’s error cost Wolfsburg the game 3-1 after Hoffenheim’s third goal was given away with 85 remaining. He faced 1. FSV Mainz 05 in his 100th Bundesliga game on December 3, 2011.

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Eintracht Frankfurt

Hasebe joined Bundesliga club Eintracht Frankfurt for the 2014–15 season, and made an immediate impact as a starter, missing just one match in his debut year. He also played in midfield for Frankfurt in the 2015–16 campaign, however, they were only able to avoid relegation by defeating Hasebe’s previous team Nuremberg in the relegation play-off.

The Japanese footballer was called up for the first time at center-back as a central link in a five-man backline at the end of October 2016 under Frankfurt’s new manager Niko Kova and played in this position ever since. Hasebe participated in the DFB-Pokal final that year, which Borussia Dortmund ultimately won 2-1, despite the fact that Hasebe’s season had already finished due to knee surgery in March 2017.

He played for Eintracht in the DFB-Pokal final and finished ninth in the Bundesliga during the 2017–18 campaign. There, in May 2018, the squad defeated FC Bayern Munich 3-1 to win its first championship in 30 years, and as a result, qualified for the Europa League group stage. He participated in all 14 of his team’s games in the latter tournament the next season, and after victories against Benfica Lisbon, Inter Milan, and Shakhtar Donetsk, they went to the semifinals against Chelsea FC, where they were eliminated on penalties.

He was rated “International Class” by kicker sports magazine in both the winter of 2018–19 and the summer of 2019 due to his great season-long achievements, and the Association of Contract Footballers put him on the end-of-season team. Hasebe set a Bundesliga record for the most Asian players when he played against 1. FSV Mainz 05 on June 6, 2020, in his 309th appearance.

The Japanese footballer, who was 36 years old at the start of the 2020–21 season, was the oldest player in the Bundesliga. A permanent replacement team captain was not named when David Abraham’s professional career came to an end in January 2021, although Hasebe has served as Eintracht’s captain for the majority of that period.

Makoto Hasebe playing for Eintracht Frankfurt
Makoto Hasebe playing for Eintracht Frankfurt

International Career

At an exhibition game against the USA at AT&T Park in San Francisco on February 11, 2006, Hasebe made his senior national team debut for Japan under manager Zico. Despite participating in three games under Zico,[10] he was not chosen for the 2006 World Cup.

Hasebe soon received a cap for Japan under new manager Ivica Osim following the 2006 World Cup. Despite participating in three games for Osim in 2006, he was unable to participate in any games in 2007. In November 2007, Osim had a stroke, and in December, Takeshi Okada took over as manager. For the first time in one and a half years, Hasebe played for Japan against Ivory Coast in May 2008.

He then started playing regularly and appeared in several games with Yasuhito Endo as a defensive midfielder.

While Yoshikatsu Kawaguchi was the backup third-string goalkeeper and captain of the 2011 AFC Asian Cup, Hasebe served as the on-field leader at the 2010 FIFA World Cup. He led the squad through three World Cup tournaments before announcing his retirement from international competition following Japan’s Round of 16 loss to Belgium by a score of 3-2. Hasebe participated in all four games of the 2010 World Cup, helping Japan advance to the knockout round.

Makoto Hasebe playing for Japan
Makoto Hasebe playing for Japan

Awards

Urawa Red Diamonds

  • AFC Champions League: 2007
  • J1 League: 2006
  • J1 League 2nd Stage: 2004
  • Emperor’s Cup: 2005, 2006
  • J.League Cup: 2003
  • Japanese Super Cup: 2006

VfL Wolfsburg

  • Bundesliga: 2008–09

Eintracht Frankfurt

  • DFB-Pokal: 2017–18
  • UEFA Europa League: 2021–22

Japan

  • AFC Asian Cup: 2011
  • Kirin Cup: 2008, 2009, 2011

Individual

  • J.League Best XI: 2004
  • J.League Cup New Hero Award: 2004
  • AFC Asian International Player of the Year: 2018
  • UEFA Europa League Squad of the Season: 2018–19
  • VDV Team of the Season: 2018–19
  • Bundesliga Team of the Season: 2018–19

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Makoto Hasebe Net Worth

The range of Makoto Hasebe’s net worth or income is thought to be between $8 Million. However, his major occupation as a soccer player has brought him a significant amount of wealth.

Estimated Net Worth in 2022 (Approx)$8 Million
Estimated Net Worth in 2021 (Approx)$7 Million
Estimated Net Worth in 2020 (Approx)$5.5 Million
Annual Salary$1 Million
Income SourceProfessional Footballer

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Makoto Hasebe FIFA 22 Stats

In FIFA 22, Makoto Hasebe has an overall rating of 76 and his potential is also 76.

Crossing65
Finishing45
Heading Accuracy60
Short Passing78
Volleys56
Dribbling65
Curve65
FK Accuracy63
Long Passing78
Ball Control78
Acceleration50
Sprint Speed51
Agility64
Reactions74
Balance70
Shot Power55
Jumping65
Stamina58
Strength61
Long Shots52

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FAQs

How old is Makoto Hasebe?

He is currently 38 years old (as of 2022).

What is the height of Makoto Hasebe?

He is 180 cm tall.

What position does Makoto Hasebe?

He plays as a defender.

How much is Makoto Hasebe‘s net worth?

After his transfer to Eintracht Frankfurt, his net worth is $8 Million (as of 2022).