Toni Kroos

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Toni Kroos - Bio, Facts, Age, Height, Net Worth, Girlfriend

Toni Kroos is a German professional football player. He was famous as the youngest player to join in Bayern Munich.


Toni Kroos was a well behaved kid who spent a lot of time practicing in a school tournament. He and his brother Felix were trained by his father, who was also a football coach.

The first youth club where he spent the days of training before his debut as a professional footballer was Greifswalder FC.

After spending some time with Greifswalder FC, in 2006, he moved to the Bayern Munich youth team.

In 2007, he made his debut with Bayern Munich’s senior team when he was 17. It was because he had intense training he was able to be promoted soon and became the youngest player to be able to debut in the team.

In 2009, he joined Bayern Leverkusen on loan and spent a season with them before coming back at Bayern Munich.

For the next season, he won 3 Bundesliga titles and a champions league with Bayern Munich.

In 2014, he was transferred to Real Madrid but due to certain circumstances, the transfer fee is disclosed.

He also makes a contribution for his nation by representing Germany’s team. He made his senior international debut when he was 20.

He has helped Germany win the 2014 FIFA World Cup where he was the top assist provider and voted as German Player of the Year.

In 2021, he announced his retirement from international tournament after his team got eliminated for Euro 2020.

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  • Real Name: Toni Kroos
  • Stage Name: Toni Kroos
  • Also Known As: –
  • Nickname: The Waiter
  • Birthday: January 4, 1990
  • Birthplace: Greifswald, East Germany
  • Zodiac Sign: Capricorn
  • Nationality: German
  • Religion: Christian
  • Profession: Professional Football Player
  • Education: –
  • Hobbies: –
  • Position: Midfielder
  • Club:
    Real Madrid (2014 – );
    Bayer Leverkusen (loan) (2009 – 2010);
    Bayer Munich (2007 – 2014);
    Bayer Munich II (2007 – 2008);
    Bayern Munich (2006–2007);
    Hansa Rostock (2002–2006);
    Greifswalder SC (1997–2002)
  • Facebook: Tony Kroos Official
  • Twitter: @TonyKroos
  • Instagram: @toni.kr8s
  • TikTok: –
  • YouTube: –

Height, Weight, Physical Appearance

  • Height: 182 cm (5’11”)
  • Weight: 73 kg (173 lbs)
  • Blood Type: –
  • Hair Color: Light Brown
  • Eye Color: Blue
  • Body Measurements: 39-32-14 (Chest 39, Waist 32, and Arms 14 in inches)
  • Shoe Size: –


  • Father: Roland Kroos
  • Mother: Birgit Kämmer
  • Brother: Felix Kroos (Younger brother)
  • Sister: –

Wife & Dating History

Jessica Farber

Toni Kroos has been in a long term relationship with Jessica Farber since they were teenagers. They first met in Fuerteventura, Canary Island.

It was their second met that brough romance to them. They got attracted to each other and began to see each other.

In 2015, they had a luxury wedding attended by famous people and artists. Their marriage was far from controversy as they always see in each other’s arms.

Net Worth

Toni Kroos’s net worth is around $25 million. His main source of income was from his job as a football player.

Football Player

Toni Kroos contract at Real Madrid expired in June 2023. From his contract at Real Madrid, he could earn £310,000 per week, and an estimated £16,120,000 per year.

Meanwhile when he was at Bayern Munich, he got paid €120,000 per week and €7.5 million per year.


  • During the 2007 World Cup, he participated in U-17 and scored five goals and it makes him awarded the Golden Ball as the top player of the tournament.
  • He is not good at studying and spends so much time playing football, but because he is a well behaved kid, he is well liked by his peers.
  • His father was a professional wrestler who later became a football coach for a youth club, while his mother was a former German badminton player and currently works as a biology and sports teacher.
  • His brother, Felix is also a professional footballer and plays for Union Berlin.
  • He met his now wife at school and they had a long term relationship before they married in 2015.
  • His first son, Leon was born in 2013 before he and Jessica got married while his daughter Amelie was born in 2016.
  • When representating German in the 2014 World Cup, he was the only player who was born in East German.
  • In 2014, he won five trophies while playing for three different teams.
  • He idolized Johan Micoud and his first jersey was printed with Micoud’s name and number on the back.
  • He has a long term relationship with his now wife and has never seen with another woman, making it a rare occasion for him to talk about his ideal type of woman beside his wife.


  • 2014 FIFA World Cup All Star Team and Dream Team
  • 2007 UEFA U-17 Championship Best Player

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“There’s little place for sympathy in football.”

“I do not envisage going to Barcelona.”

“I do not forecast playing until 38 or 39.”

“At Real Madrid, you have to win everything”

“I don’t sign contracts on a whim.”

“I can score goals and be dangerous with my passes.”

“We’re Real Madrid – and being successful is part of our DNA.”

“Individual achievements are not important for me, to be honest.”

“I think, at 32, you are past your prime as a footballer.”

“I enjoy playing football, and that’s about it. I’m no-one special.”

“You need to beat the best, and it’s a great challenge, and I like that.”

“In a team like Real Madrid, arguments always arise when things are not going well.”

“I’ve always liked big challenges in football and playing against the best.”

“I don’t like to talk about players who haven’t played; I prefer to talk about the ones who have.”

“Bayern exists only to win, but to win in style, too. Winning 2-1 is not enough. We have to win 5-0.”

“It is impossible to play 60 games all season and be in good form all the time”

“It’s not good to have so many key players injured, but there is no point complaining about it”

“It’s important to get a good start at a top club like Real. When things are going badly, you can overcome it quickly at a top club.”

“I am of the opinion that the burden of playing games is much too high, especially for international players that also play domestically with their clubs.”

“I like to create chances, to shoot when I play farther forward, but I also like playing deeper, as you have more time on the ball.”

“For those of us playing in a foreign league, it’s always nice to spend a few days with family and friends who we don’t get to see every day.”

“My decision was to go abroad, especially after winning the World Cup, and to go to Madrid was perfect. I was 100 per cent convinced of it.”

“During the season, the teams play every third day. That’s a huge workload with some long journeys. I think, in football, we need more time to rest and recover.”

“The best example is the NBA, with high intensity and long breaks. During the season, the NBA teams play every three days. That’s a lot, and they also travel far. But from the end of May until October, they have their break.”

“I am very proud to be at Madrid. It’s something very special, and also to step out into the Bernabeu wearing the Madrid shirt for the first time was a fantastic feeling. The fans gave me a wonderful reception.”

“Before leaving, I was seen as a good player, perhaps as a very good player, but as one of the many players that Bayern had. But if you play as a Real footballer, you get even more attention. Maybe that part from the fans I do not like so much.”

“The Spanish league has better individual players than the German league. However, in Germany, there are more teams that are uncomfortable to play against because they are more aggressive than teams in Spain.”

“Zidane transmits a very clear idea to the players. He doesn’t need to give a 20 minute motivational talk, he doesn’t need it. With his presence alone, he achieves what he wants – his personality is synonymous with success.”

Having a father who is a football coach gives him an advantage because he can learn football since he was young.

While Toni Kroos is not good at studying, but because his father has taught him football since he was young, he can keep practicing it.


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