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Full name  Giulia Ronja Gwinn
Playing position  Midfielder
2009–2014  FV Ravensburg
Current team  SC Freiburg
Place of birth  Ailingen, Germany
Number  7
Height  1.7 m
Position  Midfielder
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Date of birth  (1999-07-02) 2 July 1999 (age 17)

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Giulia Ronja Gwinn (born 2 July 1999) is a German footballer. She plays as a midfielder for Frauen-Bundesliga club SC Freiburg and the Germany women's national under-17 football team.

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Personal life

She is the youngest of four siblings.

Early life

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Gwinn started playing football at the age of eight years for TSG Ailingen and later for VfB Friedrichshafen. In 2009 she began a five-year spell at FV Ravensburg. She then played a season for the B-Juniors of SV Weingarten, as the only girl in the team.

Club

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In 2015, Gwinn joined Bundesliga team SC Freiburg for the 2015–16 season at the age of 16 years. She had initially agreed to sign for Freiburg in February 2015, rejecting competing offers from FC Bayern Munich and Turbine Potsdam. On September 13, 2015 (3rd Round) she debuted in a 6–1 home win over 1. FC Köln. She substituted in for Sandra Starke, making her Bundesliga debut as a 16-year-old. A month later, on October 11, 2015 (5th Round), in the match against SV Werder Bremen, was her first time in the starting lineup. On December 6, 2015 (10th matchday) she scored in a 6–1 home win over Bayer Leverkusen.

International

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Gwinn has represented Germany on the under-15, under-16 and under-17 national teams. At the age of 13 years, she was called up by coach Bettina Wiegmann for under-15 national team training in November 2012. She made her debut for the U-15 national team in April 2013, a substitute in an 8–0 win over the Netherlands. She made three appearances for the under-16 national team in 2014. In 2015, she was the youngest player in the U-17 national team squad for the European Championship in Iceland where the team reached the semi-finals but were defeated 0–1 by the Swiss selection. UEFA's technical report noted that Gwinn's pace on the right wing had been a positive feature of Germany's play. In May 2016, the team won the 2016 UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship after a penalty shootout against Spain in Belarus. The four Freiburg players in the squad contributed seven of Germany's 10 goals at the tournament and two of them, including Gwinn, successfully converted their kicks in the shootout.

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At the 2016 FIFA U-17 Women's World Cup in Jordan, Gwinn helped Germany beat Venezuela 2–1 in their opening match and got the Player of the Match award. She scored the first goal with a volley, then assisted on the second. Entering the tournament with 23 Under-17 caps and as a first team player with Freiburg, Gwinn was considered one of the pillars of the team. In the Germans' second match against Canada, Gwinn's direct free kick salvaged a 1–1 draw. In the third match, Germany beat Cameroon and Gwinn scored a goal.

Honours

Germany
  • UEFA Women's Under-17 Championship: Winner 2016

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    References

    Giulia Gwinn Wikipedia


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