Real Madrid shortest players of all time
Who are the shortest Real Madrid players? Current Real Madrid shortest player? Who is the shortest Real Madrid football player of all time? Here we look at the small and short Real Madrid players hights. So who are the shortest Real Madrid football players? Watch & Bet on Football =>
Shortest Real Madrid players heights? Real Madrid have a lot of big players in their team but they also have quite a few small players too.
Real Madrid players heights: the shortest Real Madrid players ever!
Who are the Real Madrid shortest players of all time? Everyone knows that Messi is on the shorter side but did you know that there are and were players shorter than the Real Madrid legend? Yeah me neither, and I was surprised to say the least.
It’s quite interesting to compare your height with Real Madrid players to see how you’d line up next to them. All figures are taken from TransferMarkt.com. So here we look at the Real Madrid Shortest Players of all time! Watch & Bet on Football =>
5. Brahim Díaz: Real Madrid shortest players
At 1.7 metres or 5 feet 5 inches, Brahim Díaz is easily the shortest player Real Madrid has had.
Brahim Díaz plays as a midfielder and he is part of the current Real Madrid squad. He is playing in Serie A on loan from Real Madrid. The Spaniard joined Real Madrid in the winter of 2019 from Man City on a contract that runs until 2025.
He made his debut as a substitute for Los Blancos and his first goal came against Real Sociedad in a 1–3 defeat. Brahim Díaz made six appearances in 2019-20, the season when Real Madrid clinched the title of La Liga under Zidane. Watch & Bet on Football =>
2. Wesley Sneijder: Real Madrid shortest players
Wesley Sneijder – literally – at 1.7 metres, which comes close to 5 feet 57 inches. After Raul Bravo, he’s the shortest Real Madrid player – of all time.
Wesley Sneijder was a Dutch footballer and played for Real Madrid during 2007-2009. He was given the number 23, which had been previously worn by David Beckham at Real. He scored the winning goal in his first La Liga match in the Madrid derby.
On the second matchday, he scored a brace against Villarreal CF. He netted nine times in his debut season at La Liga. and Real Madrid retained their La Liga title.
In 2008, Sneijder become Real Madrid’s new number 10 after Robinho’s departure to Manchester City. His previous number, 23, was taken over by Rafael van der Vaart. He scored just two goals in season 2008-09 and it was the last season for him at Los Blancos. He made 66 appearances across all competition for Real Madrid before moving to Inter Milan. Watch & Bet on Football =>