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Age43 years (.2023)
Height5 feet 7 inches
ProfessionBrazilian footballer
Weight65 kg – 143 lbs
Birthday21 March

Ronaldinho’s Parent’s Family

FatherJoao de Assis Moreira
MotherDona Miguelina Eloi Assis dos Santos
BrotherRoberto de Assis Moreira
SisterDeisi de Assis Moreira

Ronaldinho’s Relationship

Affairs/GirlfriendJanaina Mendes
Wife/SpouseJanaina Mendes
SonsJoao de Assis Moreira
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Ronaldinho’s BioData

Real NameRonaldo de Assis Moreira
Nick NameRonaldinho
FamousBrazilian footballer
Zodiac SignAries
Date of Birth21 March 1980

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HometownPorto Alegre, State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
HobbiesTraveling, Singing, playing cricket
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Source of money

Net worth$90 Million
salary9.6 million BRL
Income9.6 million BRL
Appeared InKickboxer: Retaliation, Secret Tournament Film
Source Source Of Income sports football

Physical fitness

Eye colorThe Color of the Eye is dark brown
Hair ColorThe Color of the Hair is Black
bodyThe body Complexion is slim
skin colourThe Skin Color is fair
BodyThe Body Measurement is 34-25-32 inches

Physical state

Marital Status/DateMarried
BirthplacePorto Alegre, State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Height F5 feet 7 inches
Height m1.73 in meter
Height cm173 in centimeter

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CollegeColegio Santa Teresa de Jesus
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Address CityPorto Alegre, State of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil


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Ronaldo de Assis Moreira, better known by his stage name Ronaldinho Gacho (Brazilian Portuguese), was born on March 21, 1980. Ronaldinho, or simply “Ronaldinho,” is a retired professional football player from Brazil who played primarily as an attacking midfielder but also as a winger. Ronaldinho, who won two FIFA World Player of the Year awards and a Ballon d’Or, is regarded as one of the greatest and most talented players of all time.

He was well-known for his technical abilities, creativity, ability to dribble, accuracy from free kicks, use of tricks, feints, no-look passes, and overhead kicks, and ability to score and score goals, all of which were prominent features of his early futsal playing background. He was a proponent of the “Joga Bonito” style of play, which made him a global sporting icon.

In 1998, Ronaldinho made his professional debut for Grêmio. He moved to Paris Saint-Germain in France when he was 20 years old before signing with Barcelona in 2003. As Barcelona won the La Liga title in 2004–05, he won his first FIFA World Player of the Year award in his second season with the club. The season that followed is viewed as truly outstanding in his profession as he was vital in Barcelona winning the 2005-06 UEFA Champions Association, their first in quite a while, and another La Liga title, giving Ronaldinho his most memorable vocation twofold, getting the 2005 Ballon d’Or and his second FIFA World Player of the Year simultaneously.

Ronaldinho became the second Barcelona player since Diego Maradona in 1983 to receive a standing ovation from Real Madrid fans at the Santiago Bernabéu after scoring two spectacular goals on his own in the first El Clásico in 2005–06. Ronaldinho left Barcelona to join AC Milan, where he won the 2010–11 Serie A. A year later, he went to Atlético Mineiro, where he won the Copa Libertadores in 2013. After that, he went to Mexico to play for Querétaro.

In 2015, he went back to Brazil to play for Fluminense. Ronaldinho had a 97-game international career with Brazil, scoring 33 goals and participating in two FIFA World Cups. After making his debut with the Seleço by winning the Copa América in 1999, he was named to the FIFA World Cup All-Star Team and played in an attacking trio with Ronaldo and Rivaldo for the team that won the World Cup in 2002. He was named man of the match in the 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup final and led his team to victory as captain. On March 21, 1980, Ronaldo de Assis Moreira was born in Porto Alegre, Brazil, the state capital of Rio Grande do Sul. Miguelina Elói Assis dos Santos was a salesperson who wanted to become a nurse and was his mother.

Joo de Assis Moreira, his father, worked in a shipyard and played football for the Cruzeiro-based Esporte Clube Cruzeiro (not to be confused with the Cruzeiro Esporte Clube, which is larger). The family moved into a house in Porto Alegre’s more affluent Guarujá neighborhood after Ronaldo’s older brother Roberto joined Grêmio. The house was a gift from Grêmio to persuade Roberto to stay with the team. Nevertheless, Roberto’s injury ultimately ended his career.

When Ronaldo was eight years old, his father fell and drowned in the swimming pool of their new home. Roberto is currently his manager, and Deisi, his sister, is in charge of his press office. Because he was frequently the youngest and smallest player in youth club matches, Ronaldo was initially given the nickname Ronaldinho, which means “into,” which means small.

His football skills began to develop at the age of eight. He became interested in beach football, futsal, and eventually organized football. Futsal is the source of many of his signature moves, particularly his ball control. When he was 13 years old, he scored all 23 of the team’s goals in a 23–0 victory over a local team.

This was his first interaction with the media. At the U-17 World Championship in Egypt in 1997, Ronaldinho was a rising star because he scored two goals from penalties. His idols as a child included the winners of the World Cup; Rivelino (from 1970), Romário (from 1994), Diego Maradona (from 1986), and his two future international teammates Ronaldo and Rivaldo (who would form the attacking trio in Brazil’s team that won the World Cup in 2002). Joo, the son of Brazilian dancer Jana Mendes and Ronaldinho, was born on February 25, 2005, and is named after his late father.

In 2007, he became a citizen of Spain. Ronaldinho became a member of the Brazilian Republican Party in March 2018, which is affiliated with the Universal Church of the Kingdom of God. In the 2018 presidential election in Brazil, Ronaldinho gave Jair Bolsonaro his support. Through his brother and agent, Ronaldinho announced his retirement from football on January 16:He has halted, it is finished. Let’s do something pretty huge and wonderful after the World Cup in Russia, which will likely be in August. Three years after his final game for Fluminense, a celebration of this nature was planned, but it was never held. When he retired, he was one of just eight players to have won the FIFA World Cup, the UEFA Champions League, and the Ballon d’Or.

During the 2018 FIFA World Cup’s closing ceremony at the Luzhniki Stadium in Moscow on July 15, Ronaldinho played a few bars of Aida Garifullina’s operatic rendition of the Russian folk song “Kalinka” on an African drum. Ronaldinho scored a penalty kick against Austria in Brazil’s first group match, which Brazil won 7–0, to be a part of the first Brazilian team to win the FIFA U-17 World Championship in Egypt in 1997. Brazil scored a total of 21 goals while only conceding 2.

Ronaldinho won the Bronze Ball for his two goals. Ronaldinho had a busy 1999 in terms of international competition. First, he played in the South American Youth Championship, where he helped the U20s finish third with three goals in nine appearances. The following year, he competed in the FIFA World Youth Championship in Nigeria. In Brazil’s final group match, he scored his first goal.

In the round of 16, he scored two first-half objectives in a 4-0 win over Croatia and wrapped up with three objectives as Brazil was wiped out by Uruguay in the quarter-finals. He got his first cap for Brazil in a 3–0 victory over Latvia on June 26, three days before the start of the 1999 Copa América. He also scored one goal in Brazil’s Copa América victory. He was called up for the 1999 FIFA Confederations Cup a week after the Copa América ended.

He scored in every match except the final, including a hat trick in an 8–2 semi-final victory over Saudi Arabia. Mexico defeated Brazil 4–3 in the final. Both the Golden Ball award for the tournament’s best player and the Golden Boot award for the tournament’s top scorer went to Ronaldinho. Ronaldinho was a member of the U.23 national team that competed in the Summer Olympics in Sydney, Australia, in the year 2000.

Ronaldinho scored nine goals in seven games as Brazil won the Pre-Olympic Tournament earlier that year. In the Olympics, nonetheless, Brazil was disposed of in the quarter-finals by Cameroon, who later won the gold decoration. Ronaldinho played four games and only scored one goal, against Cameroon in the quarterfinals. One of the greatest players of his generation and one of the most skilled players ever, Ronaldinho is widely regarded as such.

He could play on either the wing or in a free central role, both offensive positions, due to his ability to score and score goals. He played as a winger a lot throughout his career, but he usually played as a traditional number 10 in an attacking midfielder position. Even though Ronaldinho has a natural right foot, manager Frank Rijkaard occasionally used him as an inverted winger on the left flank while Messi was deployed on the right; He could cut inside and use his stronger foot to shoot on goal or take on outside defenders and cross the ball from this position.

He also could play the second striker. Ronaldinho was a creative player who was known for his passing, vision, and ability to make plays. He was also a skilled free-kick and penalty-kick specialist who could finish accurately with either foot from inside and outside the penalty area. He was best known for his ability to bend the ball from set pieces, but he could also hit the ball hard under the wall and occasionally use the knuckleball technique, which his fellow Brazilian Juninho Pernambucano made popular.

He was one of the most prolific free-kick takers in history thanks to his versatility and ability from set pieces. He also had an impact on his former teammate Messi, who went on to become a free-kick specialist. All through his vocation, Ronaldinho was lauded by savants specifically for his specialized abilities, energy, and imagination, as well as his uncommon first touch. He was able to beat players on individual runs with his speed, acceleration, athleticism, balance, ball control, and dribbling skills.

He also added spectacular maneuvers into his overall gameplay, like bicycle kicks, no-look passes, and back heels. One of his techniques is the “elastic,” which he picked up from viewing films of Brazilian superstar Rivelino from the 1970s. Due to his role in popularizing the use of this particular skill, Ronaldinho became known as one of the best feint performers in Africa, particularly in Nigeria. This move is now known as “The Gacho” in his honor.

Numerous businesses, including Nike, Pepsi, Coca-Cola, EA Sports, and Danone, have offered Ronaldinho endorsements. He was one of the highest-paid players in the world in 2006, earning more than $19 million from endorsements. Ronaldinho signed a deal with Coca-Cola in 2011, but it was terminated in July 2012 after he was caught drinking Pepsi at a news conference.

He had endorsed Pepsi for much of his career and appeared in commercials with David Beckham, Thierry Henry, and Lionel Messi. Ronaldinho has been highlighted in EA Sports’ FIFA computer game series, showing up on the front of FIFA Football 2004, FIFA Road, FIFA 06, FIFA 07, FIFA Road 3, FIFA 08, and FIFA 09.

Ronaldinho signed a lucrative 10-year contract with Nike Sportswear at the start of his career. He was wearing Nike Tiempo R10 boots that were made especially for him. He has appeared in commercials for Nike, including the Terry Gilliam-directed 2002 “Secret Tournament” (renamed “Scorpion KO”) commercial.

His 2005 Nike ad, in which he juggles a football and appears to repeatedly volley it against the crossbar of a goal and recover it without touching the ground, went viral on YouTube and became the site’s first one million-view video. Ronaldinho performs several stepovers in an Alejandro González Iárritu-directed Nike commercial from 2010 that became a viral video that was reenacted and shared millions of times.

In December 2007, a Ronaldinho wax sculpture was unveiled at Madame Tussauds Hong Kong. Since February 2006, Ronaldinho has held an official position with UNICEF, or the United Nations Children’s Fund. The Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS hired him in 2011 to educate young people about the disease and how to avoid it. With 31 million Facebook fans, Ronaldinho was the sixth most popular sportsperson on Facebook in March 2015, following Cristiano Ronaldo, Messi, Beckham, Neymar, and Kaká.

Additionally, over 50 million people follow Ronaldinho on Instagram. Ronaldinho signed a 10-year contract with Barcelona on February 2, 2017, to represent the club at institutional events. Ronaldinho announced a partnership with World Soccer Coin (WSC) on July 6, 2018, to develop the Ronaldinho Soccer Coin, a new cryptocurrency. WSC claimed that the coin’s profits would be used for football projects like “Ronaldinho Digital Stadiums.”

Ronaldinho announced on October 25, 2020, that he had tested positive for COVID-19, that he was asymptomatic, and that he was self-isolating in Belo Horizonte. Ronaldinho started the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and Azerbaijan a few days later, on October 29, 2020. He expressed his support for the people of Azerbaijan. He traveled to Beirut, Lebanon, toward the end of July 2021 to lay a wreath in memory of the port explosion victims.

In the novel Barcelona Dreaming, which was published in 2021 by Rupert Thomson, Ronaldinho appears as a character. Due to unpaid taxes and fines, Ronaldinho had 57 properties, and his Brazilian and Spanish passports were taken away in July 2019. In the end, the judge decided to reduce the fine for building a fishing platform on the Guaba River in a “heritage-protected” area from R$8.5 million to R$6 million.

Their passports would be suspended if Ronaldinho and his brother failed to pay the fines within the allotted time. He was questioned by police in Paraguay in March 2020 after it was alleged that he had entered the country with a fake passport for a charity event and book promotion. Ronaldinho and his brother are currently in custody in the country.

He participated in a prison futsal tournament while incarcerated, winning with his team. They prevailed 11–2 in the championship game, which Ronaldinho won with 5 goals and 6 assists. He was told to stay under house arrest with his brother despite his attempt to appeal the detention order. After their judge agreed to a plea deal that included fines of US$90,000 and US$110,000 for the brothers, Ronaldinho and his brother were released from prison on August 24, 2020.

Awards List:

  • 2004: Trofeo EFE
  • 2004, 2005: FIFA World Player of the Year, World Soccer Player of the Year
  • 2005: Ballon d’Or, UEFA Club Forward of the Year
  • 2005, 2006: FIFPro World Player of the Year
  • 2006: UEFA Club Footballer of the Year, Best Soccer Player ESPY Award
  • 2005, 2006, 2007: FIFPro World XI
  • 2009: Golden Foot
  • 2012: Bola de Ouro
  • 2015: Ultimate Team of the Year

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