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Enis Bytyqi

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Place of birth  Dushanovë, Yugoslavia
Number  46
2009–2014  FC Magdeburg
Weight  76 kg
Position  Forward
Playing position  Forward
2006–2009  Burger BC 08
Height  1.79 m
Current team  SV Werder Bremen II
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Date of birth  (1997-02-18) 18 February 1997 (age 20)

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Enis Bytyqi (born 18 February 1997), is a professional footballer who plays as a forward for SV Werder Bremen II. He made four appearances for the Germany U18 team.


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Early career

Bytyqi was born in Dushanovë near Lugina e Preshevës in former Yugoslavia to Albanian parents from Kosovo. At the age 2, he fled from the Kosovo War to Germany with his parents. He started his youth career with Burger BC 08 in 2006 spending three years there. In 2009 he moved to 1. FC Magdeburg where he played for the under-17 side during the 2013–14 season scoring a Hat-trick in the Junior Championship U17 relegation play-offs against Eintracht Norderstedt U17 side in a 1–5 away victory of his side. After scoring 45 goals in the U17 team's season, he caught the attention of major clubs and ended up signing for SV Werder Bremen in July 2014.

He started the season with under-19 side of SV Werder Bremen and scored the only goal in a 3–1 loss against Eintracht Braunschweig U-19. Then in the second game week he managed to score a hat-trick against Dynamo Dresden U-19 and his side won the match 5–2. He was a key player of the team playing 22 games as a starter in which he was substituted off in 9 occasions and scored 14 goals during the 2014–15 season.

SV Werder Bremen II

His impressive form during the first season with under-19 side made him to gain entry also with SV Werder Bremen II where he debuted for the side in the Regionalliga Nord on 14 February 2015 against Hannover 96 II coming on as a substitute in 84th minute in place of Maximilian Eggestein. After another game as a substitute a week later against VfR Neumünster, he scored his first goal for the side in his third match as a substitute on 10 May 2015 against Lüneburger SK Hansa, thereby saving them from defeat. A week later he played his first match as a starter and managed to score a hat-trick in a 7–0 victory over FT Braunschweig and scored twice the next week against BV Cloppenburg to give his side the 0–2 away victory. It was his last match for the regular season of Regionalliga as his side finished in the top of the table. Bytyqi participated with the side in a two-legged tie for play-off promotion against Borussia Mönchengladbach II where he played the full 90-minutes match in the 1st leg in a 0–0 draw; In the 2nd leg he played as a starter but was substituted off in the 73rd minute for Florian Bruns as SV Werder Bremen II won 0–2 after extra-time and gained promotion to 3. Liga.

Bytyqi made his professional debut in the 3. Liga on 5 September 2015 against SC Preußen Münster coming on as a substitute in the 56th minute in place of Ousman Manneh.

International career

Bytyqi played four games for the Germany U18 from December 2014 until April 2015.


As of 30 April 2016


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