Leandro Trossard is a Belgian professional footballer who plays for Brighton & Hove Albion in the Premier League and for the Belgian national team. Trossard is a product of the Genk youth academy. In 2010, Leandro joined the K.R.C. Genk Youth Academy where he began his professional football career. He played his first Football League match on 13 May 2012 against K.A.A. Gent after being promoted to the senior team in 2012. In the match where he replaced Stef Peeters, he was only on the field for three minutes.
Leandro Trossard has played for the Belgian national football team on several occasions. In September 2018, Martinez named Trossard to the Belgian team for the first time. The 5 September 2020 marked his first appearance for his country’s team. Trossard was named to Belgium’s 26-man squad for Euro 2020 on 17 May 2021, with the tournament taking place in the summer of 2021 due to the Coronavirus-related postponement the previous year. In October 2021, Trossard was part of Belgium’s squad for the UEFA Nations League Finals in Italy.
Leandro Trossard Biography/ Wiki
|Real Name||Leandro Trossard|
|Nick Name||Le Tross|
|Debut Club||2019: Brighton & Hove Albion F.C.|
2015: Oud-Heverlee Leuven
January 2012: K.R.C. Genk
|Debut International||September 2018: Belgium national football team|
|Jersey Number||#11 (Brighton & Hove Albion F.C.)|
#24 (Belgium national football team)
|Current Team(s)||Brighton & Hove Albion F.C.|
Belgium national football team
|Coach/ Mentor||Graham Potter|
|Position||Attack – Left Winger|
|Leandro Trossard Height||In Centimeter- 172 cm|
In Meter- 1.72 m
In Feet- 5’8”
|Leandro Trossard Weight||In Kilogram- 60.7 kg |
In Pound- 134 lbs
|Body Measurement||Chest- 40 Inches|
Waist- 32 Inches
Biceps- 14 Inches
|Date Of Birth||4 December 1994 (Sunday)|
|Leandro Trossard Age (2022)||28 Years|
|Zodiac Sign/Sun Sign||Scorpio|
|Home town||Maasmechelen, Belgium|
|School||A secondary school in Brussels, Belgium|
|College/University||Sint Jan Berchmans College, Brussels, Belgium|
|Leandro Trossard Wife||Laura Hilven|
|Marriage Date||22 June 2019 (Saturday)|
|Leandro Trossard Parents||Father- Peter Scheepers|
Mother- Linda Scheepers
Sister- 1 (Name Not Known)
|Hobbies||Watching Movies, Horse Riding|
|Leandro Trossard Net Worth (2022)||3 Million Euros|
|Brands Endorsed Fee||$1-$5 Million|
Family & Early Life
Leandro Trossard was born on 4th December 1994 in Genk the city of Belgian. Belgian footballer Leandro was the first of two children born to his parents. His mother Linda Scheepers is a Pub owner and his father Peter Trossard is Partner Broker with Josy Comhair.
Leandro Trossard has no brother but a sister whose name is not known but Leandro has once revealed it to his social media fans.
- Leandro Trossard transferred from the Bocholt academy to the K.R.C. Genk youth academy in 2010.
- Having been promoted to the senior squad in 2012, he made his debut against K.A.A. Gent on 13 May 2012.
- The match ended 3–1 in Gent’s favor. Trossard came on for Stef Peeters in the 87th minute. The three minutes he played in the league that season was his only ones.
- For several seasons, he was consistently loaned out. Due to this, he didn’t score his first league goal for Genk until over four years later, in a 4–1 away loss to K.V. Kortrijk on 25 September 2016.
- Bryan Heynen assisted his goal, which he scored in the 63rd minute as a substitute for Leon Bailey.
- Trossard was sent out on loan to Lommel United in January 2013. His seven league goals came in twelve appearances.
- In a 1–0 away loss to Sint-Truiden on 3 February 2013, he made his Lommel debut. In the 63rd minute, he was introduced as a substitute for Thomas Jutten.
- The greatest game of his loan spell was his hat-trick in a 3–2 home win over K.F.C. Dessel Sport, in front of 2000 fans at the Soevereinstadion.
- On 11 minutes, he scored one, on 60 minutes (from the spot), and on 74 minutes he scored the final goal. After 88 minutes, he was substituted.
- Trossard was loaned to K.V.C. Westerlo in July 2013. He netted three goals while playing 17 league games.
- His first goal came in a 2–0 away victory over his former club Lommel United on 9 August 2013. It came in the 74th minute.
- In a 2–2 home draw with A.F.C. Tubize on 3 August 2013, he made his debut. The match marked his first start with the club. Trossard was instrumental in Westerlo’s promotion to the Eredivisie.
- The player was loaned out to Lommel United again in July 2014. In 33 league matches, he found the net 16 times.
- On 22 March 2015, he scored his second career hat-trick for Lommel in a 6-0 demolition of Racing Mechelen.
- Three of his goals came in the 33rd, 61st, and 69th minutes. In that season, Lommel was only nine points away from promotion back to the top flight.
- Trossard was loaned out again in July 2015, this time to OH Leuven. He scored eight goals during 30 league matches.
- On 25 July 2015, he made his Leuven debut in a 3–1 away loss against the club from which he had been loaned.
- Despite Genk’s rule prohibiting loanees from playing against them, he was brought off the bench in the 61st minute, replacing Yohan Croizet.
- The first league goal he scored for Leuven came during a 2–0 victory over Charleroi on 16 August 2015. As a substitute, he was immediately effective. He was brought on for Yohan Croizet in the 82nd minute and scored in the 85th.
Brighton & Hove Albion
- Brighton signed Leandro Trossard on 26 June, a four-year deal, becoming the club’s second signing of the summer following Matt Clarke’s arrival from Portsmouth.
- In the 1–1 draw against West Ham United at home on 17 August, Trossard made his debut for the Seagulls by scoring the equalizer.
- He was denied a goal for offside earlier in the match by VAR. Trossard scored twice against Norwich in the 2019–20 season, once in the 2–0 home win on 2 November 2019 and again in a crucial 1–0 away win on 4 July 2020 as Brighton edged further away from the bottom three.
- Trossard scored the only goal in a 1–0 victory over Tottenham Hotspur on 31 January 2021 to secure the Seagulls’ first home league win of the 2020–21 season.
- As part of Brighton’s 1–0 away victory over Liverpool on 3 February, Trossard deflected Steven Alzate’s shot back onto Alzate, earning the assist in the only goal of the game.
- Brighton’s first win over Southampton in the Premier League came on 14 March 2021 when Trossard scored the winning goal in a 2–1 away win over Southampton.
- Brighton came back from a 2–0 deficit to beat champions Manchester City 3–2 on 18 May, with fans returning to the game. Trossard scored the opening goal.
- Trossard scored the only goal of the game in a 1–0 away win over Premier League newcomers Brentford on 11 September, his first goal of the 2020–21 season.
- In the first M23 derby of the season on 27 September, he conceded a penalty by barging into Conor Gallagher. Wilfried Zaha converted the penalty to put Palace 1-0 up at the break. The south coast took a point back thanks to Neal Maupay’s 90+5th-minute equalizer.
- Trossard equalized for Brighton against Liverpool on 30 October, completing a dramatic comeback from 2–0 down to earn a 2–2 draw.
- By scoring two goals against Arsenal and Tottenham in April 2022, he enjoyed his time in North London.
- On his 100th appearance, he opened the scoring in a 2–1 win at Arsenal on the 9th and scored the winning goal in a 90th-minute win at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium seven days later.
- It was his sixth goal of the season, making this his best scoring season since joining Sussex.
- Leandro Trossard has been called up multiple times to the Belgian national team.
- He was first named in the Belgium squad by Roberto Martinez in September 2018, and one month later, after Trossard withdrew through injury, he remained on the bench again in March 2019.
- On 5 September 2020, he made his Nations League debut in a match against Denmark. He replaced Dries Mertens in the 80th minute of the 2–0 win.
- Trossard scored his first goal for his nation in a crushing 8-0 win over Belarus in the 2022 World Cup qualifier on 30 March 2021.
- On 17 May 2021, Trossard was named to Belgium’s 26-man squad for Euro 2020, which will be held in the summer of 2021 due to the previous year’s postponement due to Coronavirus.
- On 21 June, after Belgium had already qualified for the knockout stages, he played in Belgium’s final group match against Finland.
- Thomas Meunier replaced Trossard in the 75th minute of the 2–0 win at the Krestovsky Stadium that secured the Belgian’s first place in Group B. Trossard started the match before being replaced by Thomas Meunier in the 75th minute.
- Despite this, Belgium was eliminated by Italy in the quarter-finals after a 2–1 defeat at the Allianz Arena in Munich on 2 July.
- Trossard was a member of Belgium’s squad for the UEFA Nations League Finals in Italy in October 2021. He played as a substitute in both the semi-final and third-place match in which Belgium lost to France and Italy, respectively.
- Trossard scored his third goal for Belgium against Burkina Faso in an international friendly in March 2022, where he also assisted Hans Vanaken and Christian Benteke in a 3–0 victory.
Leandro Trossard In FIFA 2022
- Leandro Trossard has a rating of 78. He has a potential of 78, and his position is LM. He is 26 years old from Belgium, playing for Brighton & Hove Albion in the English Premier League. The FIFA 22 player Leandro Trossard has 4 Skill Moves, 4 Weak Feet, and he has a High/Medium Workrate. In-game he does have a real face.
Facts About Leandro Trossard
- As a role model, he emulated Didier Drogba at that time. To the joy of his parents and family members, he was called up to the Belgian national youth side. During the course of two seasons at the club, he scored 42 goals.
- At sixteen, Leandro ended up at KRC Genk. Having no experience at that age, Leandro was told to go on loan to Lommel SK, another club based in Lommel, Limburg.
- With the Belgian First Division league title, he cemented his reputation, not only as a leader, but as one of the country’s brightest prospects.
- A four-year contract with Brighton was agreed on the 26th day of June 2019. Together with Alexis MacAllister and others, he has uplifted Brighton through the Seagulls. You know how the story goes.
- He did this while he was at his family home in Genk. In order to build one of the world’s architectural wonders, he spent a few hours each day carefully assembling the 5,923 pieces.
- As a pistol shooter, Brighton’s star possesses the strength and stamina to do well. We see him flexing his shoulder muscles with what we know as one of his hidden hobbies.
- Trossard became the first footballer since Cristiano Ronaldo to rattle the woodwork three times in a single Premier League match. As a result, he holds the record as the joint unluckiest player to have played in the EPL.