Born in Hungary, she moved to Germany with her family at the age of four, where she grew up and became one of the most famous footballers. He has been the world’s best coach three times at IFFHS, has also won the European Championships and Olympics with Germany, and can claim to be a five-time BL winner. Jennifer Marozan is 30 years old.
|One of the best footballers of all time won the women’s final in Budapest (Photo: تشاapa Dumutor)|
There was no doubt that he would choose football
Josefer’s father, Janos Marozan, was also a footballer, and was able to play for the Hungarian national team four times. He also played for Siófok Mining, Kispest-Honvéd and Mécs in Pécs, and in 1996 he was certified 1 FC Saarbrücken in the German third division. For this reason, he moved with his family to Germany, so Jennifer also grew up here.
He set records in the German League
Marozsán started his career at DJK Burbach and in 2007 became the 1st FC Saarbrücken player. She was just 14 years and seven months old when she managed to debut in the women’s Bundesliga – and she still holds her youngest record to this day – while scoring her first goal at the age of 15 and four months, also making her a top performer.
Thanks to his brilliant introduction, he immediately caught the attention of the first Frankfurt club, the club signed him in 2009. He won two silver medals in the German Bundesliga with Frankfurt – in the 2010-2011 and then 2013-2014 seasons – and twice in the Champions League final, which he won with His team in the 2014-2015 season. During the direct knockout phase, he scored at least one goal in every round except for the finals.
Another success of BL with Leon came to tears in Budapest
After years in Frankfurt, he moved to Lyon, France in 2016. In her first year, she immediately tripled with her new squad – they’ve also won the Championship, Cup and Champions League – and was named Manager of the Year by the International Organization for Football History and Statistics Foot (IFFHS). They then won the French Championship and the BL three times with Lyon (2017-2018, 2018-2019, 2019-2020) and won the French Cup two more times (in the 2018-2019 and 2019-2020 matches). In 2021, he was contracted abroad with OL Reign for a short wrap term, where he managed to enter the field 20 times.
Perhaps the most memorable Champions League victory was the success of the 2018-2019 season, when he won the title with Lyon at the Groupama Arena in Budapest. Marozan, who was 27 years old, said before the match: “It is very touching for me to have the final here, which will make it even more special for me. It was my dream to be able to play at home with my family, and I will finally have it.” The match was finally won by a score of 4-1 against Barcelona, and Marosa scored the first goal in the fifth minute. After the meeting, he spoke to the M4 Sport with tears. “I grew up in the potty, my whole family is here, and I’m so proud.”
He is also a key player in the national team
He made his debut for the German national team against Australia in October 2010, while scoring his first goal in February 2012 against Turkey. A year later, he won the European Championship with Germany by scoring the winning goal against Sweden in the semi-finals. Three years later, history was written: they defeated the Swedes 2-1 in the final, winning the Olympic Games for the first time – Marozan scored the first goal. In the national team, in September 2020, he was able to play his 100th European Championship qualifier against Montenegro.
Individual confessions are also not left out
Marozens Jennifer has had a really impressive career so far, backed by individual awards. As mentioned earlier, in 2016, the IFFHS chose her as the best female director in the world, and in 2018 and 2020, she received that recognition. She has also appeared several times on the IFFHS Women’s Footballer of the Year team, while at UEFA she was ranked third in the Women’s Player of the Year poll three times (2015, 2016, 2017).
Sports journalist Judith Berksy also welcomed the Lyon footballer on her official Facebook page.
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