Takefusa Kubo Biodata: Used to play in the U-19 Asian Cup, now joins Real Sociedad


JAKARTA – Takefusa Kubo’s biodata will be discussed in this article. In his career, Kubo has competed at the Bung Karno Stadium (GBK), Jakarta while defending the U-19 Japan National Team in the U-19 Asian Cup.

Takefusa Kubo is a Japanese footballer who currently plays for Real Sociedad who competes in the Spanish La Liga. Born in Kawasaki, Kanagawa on June 4, 2001, Kubo started his career as a footballer by joining local clubs such as FC Persimmon.

In 2011, he received an invitation to join La Masia. Together with Barca Alevin C (U-11), Kubo actually performed quite promising. However, at that time FIFA decided that he was one of the underage players who were brought illegally to the club, so he was banned from playing.

In the end, he decided to return to Japan. There, Kubo was recruited by the FC Tokyo club to start playing in the youth team. Not long after, he immediately got promoted to the senior club.

His promising performance made his name called to defend the U-19 Japan national team. At that time, they will compete in the 2018 U-19 Asian Cup.

In short, at that time Kubo and colleagues faced the U-19 Indonesian national team in the quarter-finals. This match was held at the Gelora Bung Karno Main Stadium (SUGBK), Jakarta.

Not long after, Takefusa Kubo caught the eye when Spanish league giants Real Madrid announced they would sign him. Together with Los Blancos, this young star for the Japanese national team has also been loaned to other clubs several times.

Call it like RCD Mallorca, Villarreal, to Getafe. Then, in July 2022, Real Sociedad officially signed Kubo from Real Madrid for a five-year duration.

Biodata Takefusa Kubo:

– Full Name: Takefusa Kubo
– Nationality : Japanese
-Birthplace: Kawasaki, Kanagawa
-Date of Birth: June 4, 2001
-Body height: 1.73 m
-Klub: Real Sociedad (La Liga)
-Market Value: IDR 208.58 billion
-Social Media : @takefusa.kubo (Instagram)


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