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Martin Ødegaard
Martin Ødegaard 2015-02-08 001.jpg
Ødegaard playing for Real Madrid in 2015
Personal information
Full name Martin Ødegaard
Date of birth (1998-12-17) 17 December 1998 (age 23)
Place of birth Drammen, Norway
Height 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)[1]
Position(s) Attacking midfielder[2]
Club information
Current team
Arsenal
Number 8
Youth career
2005–2009 Drammen Strong[3]
2009–2014 Strømsgodset
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
2014–2015 Strømsgodset 23 (5)
2015–2017 Real Madrid Castilla 58 (5)
2015–2021 Real Madrid 8 (0)
2017–2018Heerenveen (loan) 38 (3)
2018–2019Vitesse (loan) 31 (8)
2019–2020Real Sociedad (loan) 31 (4)
2021Arsenal (loan) 14 (1)
2021– Arsenal 19 (4)
National team
2013 Norway U15 2 (0)
2013 Norway U16 6 (0)
2014 Norway U17 4 (0)
2014–2018 Norway U21 18 (5)
2014– Norway 37 (1)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 23 January 2022
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 16 November 2021

Martin Ødegaard (born 17 December 1998) is a Norwegian professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder for Premier League club Arsenal and captains the Norway national team.

Ødegaard began his senior club career at age 15 in 2014, playing for Strømsgodset; he set the Tippeligaen record for its youngest goalscorer, and in 2015, signed for Real Madrid in a transfer worth an initial €4 million (Kr.35 million),[4] where he set the club record for its youngest player. After enduring sporadic playing time, Ødegaard joined Eredivise clubs Heerenveen and Vitesse, and La Liga club Real Sociedad, on successive loans between 2017 and 2019; Ødegaard won the Copa del Rey with Real Sociedad in 2019. Following another loan, he signed for Arsenal in 2021 in a transfer worth an initial £29 million (€35 million).

Ødegaard made his senior international debut for Norway in 2014, at age 15, and has set the record for the youngest senior Norway player, and the youngest player to play in a UEFA European Championship qualifying match.

Early life[edit]

Martin Ødegaard[5] was born on 17 December 1998,[6] in Drammen.[7]

Club career[edit]

Ødegaard spent his first years in the local sports club Drammen Strong. His father, Hans Erik Ødegaard, a former footballer,[8] co-founded a football section in the club, and became the coach of his son's team.[3][9] In 2005, when Ødegaard was six, his parents and others each invested 50,000 kroner so that the local club could refit their gravel field, Kjappen, with artificial turf. This has been cited as crucial for his development, as Ødegaard spent countless hours on the field.[9][10]

Drammen Strong was twice selected by Ødegaard to receive a prize of 50,000 kroner (€5,800), when the young player was given the Statoil talent award for April 2014 and for the 2014 season.[11] Later, in 2015, Drammen Strong received 250,000 kroner, equivalent to approximately €29,000, as a gift from Strømsgodset Toppfotball when Ødegaard was sold to Real Madrid.[10]

In 2009, Ødegaard joined the youth division of Strømsgodset. He trained and played with older boys.[10]

The Norwegian FA also organizes young talents in local district teams. Ødegaard played his first matches for the Buskerud team in January 2010, when he had just turned 11. The other players on the team, and opponents, were 2–3 years older.[12] The coach noted: "Handles things brilliantly. Good choices. Good touch, smart in position game".[12] Ødegaard trained with this team weekly for the next three years. He mostly played left back, as the coaches felt this would give him a positive experience with many ball touches while still playing against physically much stronger players.[12] In attack, he was given free rein due to his ability to "see solutions and spaces that we as coaches were not even close to thinking about."[12]

In 2011, at age 12, he impressed former football manager Lars Tjærnås during a nationwide tournament for under-16s:

The best 15-year-olds in the country were gathered for a tournament between the top clubs... It was definitely not the first time he had astonished his opponents or the spectators. He was three or four years younger than the others. It was impossible not to realize that we were witnessing something out of the ordinary.[13]

Strømsgodset[edit]

Ødegaard began training with the Strømsgodset first team in 2012, aged 13. He made his first team debut the same year, in a mid-season friendly against local rivals Mjøndalen IF.[14] He also had short training visits to Bayern Munich and Manchester United.[15] In 2013, at age 14, Ødegaard played for both Strømsgodset's junior team (normally aged 17–19), and the club's third team at the fifth tier of Norwegian senior football.

In January 2014, it was agreed that 15-year-old Ødegaard would be part of Strømsgodset's first team for the year, but no professional contract was signed. The competition rules state that to play in Tippeligaen, players must have a professional contract to be eligible.[16] However, the club included Ødegaard on the "B-list" for amateur players, which made him eligible for up to three matches per season.[17] Ødegaard was unable to train with Strømsgodset in the daytime since he was still in compulsory education. Thus, as part of the agreement, he trained two evenings a week with Mjøndalen IF, a semi-professional First Division team at the time, where his father was one of the coaches.[18]

He made his league debut for Strømsgodset in a match against Aalesunds FK at Marienlyst Stadion on 13 April 2014. Aged 15 years and 118 days, he became the youngest footballer ever to play in Tippeligaen.[19] On 5 May, he signed a professional contract with Strømsgodset, lasting until the end of 2015.[20] This removed the restriction of three matches per season. Eleven days later, he scored his first professional goal and became the youngest goalscorer in Tippeligaen when he scored the fourth goal for Strømsgodset in a 4–1 home victory against Sarpsborg 08 FF.[21] He made his European debut on 16 July, replacing Lars-Christopher Vilsvik for the final five minutes of the club's 1–0 home defeat to Steaua București in the UEFA Champions League second qualifying round.[22]

In late July, an away match at Sandnes Ulf prompted serious discussion in national newspapers VG,[23] Dagbladet[24] and Aftenposten,[25] on his possible call-up to the Norwegian national team. Ødegaard was involved in all three goals for his team, including a goal and an assist. He was also fouled for a penalty which was missed by a teammate.[24] John Arne Riise, the most-capped player on the Norwegian national team, was impressed, and "demanded" Ødegaard should be called up to play against the big nations of Europe.[23] Former manager for Norway, Nils Johan Semb, said after the match that "Martin is one of the best 15-year-olds in Europe,"[24] but added that he should not be rushed into the national team. Ødegaard himself stated to the press that if he would be asked to play for Norway, he would say yes.[26]

In the away match against IK Start on 15 August the same year, Ødegaard was placed on the right wing, and made all three assists for Strømsgodset, who won 3–2.[27] He scored two goals in a match for the first time in his career in the 2–1 win against Lillestrøm SK on 19 October.[28] Strømsgodset finished fourth in the league, qualifying for the first qualifying round of the UEFA Europa League, with Ødegaard having scored 5 goals in 23 league games in addition to 7 assists.[29]

In December 2014, during the Norwegian close season, he trained with the first teams at Liverpool,[30] and Bayern Munich.[31] He also visited Arsenal, to whom he would be loaned six years later.[32] In January 2015, he trained with Real Madrid.[33]

Real Madrid[edit]

On 21 January 2015, Real Madrid reached an agreement to sign Ødegaard from Strømsgodset,[34] for a fee reported by Spanish media as around €3 million.[29] Norwegian media reported, however, that the fee was 35 million kroner (approximately €4 million), which could rise to 70–75 million kroner (approximately €8–8.5 million) on certain conditions.[35] In a press conference after the signing, Real Madrid announced that Ødegaard would train with both the club's first team and the reserves, Real Madrid Castilla. He would play for the latter team, which was managed by Zinedine Zidane at the time.[4][36]

He made his unofficial debut for the reserves on 4 February, in a 3–3 friendly draw with Beijing Guoan. He was subsequently named in the first team's UEFA Champions League squad.[37] Ødegaard was assigned the number 21.[38] His official debut for Castilla came on 8 February, coming on in the last 20 minutes as a substitute in the 2–2 draw against Athletic Bilbao B in Segunda División B.[39] On 21 February, he scored his first goal for the club in a 4–0 win over Barakaldo CF at the Estadio Alfredo Di Stéfano, opening the scoring after seven minutes.[40]

In April, Ødegaard was dropped from Castilla after a run of four defeats, with staff finding problems with him training with the first team while playing for the reserves, in addition to a language barrier. First team manager Carlo Ancelotti called for fans to be patient while Ødegaard settles in a new country.[41] On 29 April, he was included in Real Madrid's matchday squad for the first time for a home La Liga fixture against UD Almería, as Ancelotti was without Gareth Bale, Luka Modrić and Karim Benzema through injury. However, he did not feature in the 3–0 victory.[42]

On 23 May, in the final fixture of the season, he made his debut for Real Madrid, coming-on as a 58th-minute substitute for hat-trick scorer and then-reigning FIFA Ballon d'Or winner Cristiano Ronaldo in an eventual 7–3 home win over Getafe CF.[43] He became the youngest debutant in the history of the club at 16 years and 157 days old.[44]

Ødegaard was a regular starter for Castilla during the 2015–16 season. On 17 April 2016, he was praised in Diario AS for his performance in a 3–0 home win over SD Gernika Club, winning a penalty kick which Mariano scored. The result put the team top of the table.[45] The team won the group ahead of Barakaldo CF on the last day, with Ødegaard scoring his first of the season in a 6–1 thrashing of La Roda CF.[46]

Ødegaard made his first start for Real Madrid on 30 November 2016, 679 days after signing for the club. He played the full 90 minutes against Cultural Leonesa in the Copa Del Rey round of 32 as Madrid won 6–1.[47] After been recalled from loan by Real Madrid in 2020,[48] Ødegaard started the club's opening game of the 2020–21 La Liga season away to Real Sociedad, in a 0–0 draw.[49] On 25 November, he made his Champions League debut for Real Madrid in a 2–0 away win over Inter Milan.[50]

2017–2020: Loans in Netherlands and Spain[edit]

On 10 January 2017, Dutch club SC Heerenveen confirmed that Ødegaard had joined them on loan for 18 months.[51][52] He had also been close to agreeing a deal with Barcelona, according to his agent, but the Catalan's club transfer ban at the time proved a pivotal factor.[53] He made his Eredivisie debut four days later in a 2–0 home win over ADO Den Haag, replacing Arbër Zeneli in the last seconds. After the game, he spoke to Fox Sports about how he was pleased with his new surroundings.[54] His start to his time at Heerenveen was poor, having only one shot and one assist in his first seven games,[55] and he was later confined to the substitutes' bench by manager Jurgen Streppel.[56] He scored his first goal for the Frisians on 18 May in his 15th appearance, a 3–1 home loss to FC Utrecht in the first leg of a play-off semi-final (5–2 aggregate).[57]

In the 2017–18 season, Ødegaard became a regular starter.[58] He scored his first regular-season goal for Heerenveen on 18 November 2017, in a 4–0 win at FC Twente.[59]

On 21 August 2018, Real Madrid announced that Ødegaard would be loaned again for the 2018–19 season, joining another Eredivisie club, SBV Vitesse.[60][61] On 5 July 2019, he was loaned to Real Sociedad for one season, with Real Madrid retaining the option to recall the player or extend the loan for an additional season after the first year.[62][63][64]

On 25 August 2019, he scored his first La Liga goal in a 1–0 victory over Mallorca at the Son Moix.[64] On 14 September, he scored his second goal for the club in a 2–0 home victory over Atletico Madrid at the Anoeta Stadium, in what was regarded by pundits as a man-of-the-match performance.[65] He registered his first assist with a 20-yard line-breaking pass to Mikel Oyarzabal against fellow Basques Deportivo Alavés, in a move praised by fans and pundits alike for its technique.[66] In September 2019, Ødegaard was named La Liga Player of the Month.[67]

In February 2020, he scored against Real Madrid to help his loan club eliminate his parent club from the 2019–20 Copa del Rey at the quarter-final stage.[68] Real Sociedad reached the final of the competition, but it was postponed due to the COVID-19 pandemic in Spain; they also qualified for the 2020–21 UEFA Europa League after finishing sixth in La Liga and the season was a successful one for Ødegaard on a personal level.[69] He missed the end of the season having been diagnosed in June with tendinopathy, a problem that had also occurred some months earlier.[70]

Arsenal[edit]

On 27 January 2021, Ødegaard joined English club Arsenal on a loan deal until the end of the season.[71][72] Three days later, he made his debut against rivals Manchester United in the Premier League, coming on as a substitute for Emile Smith Rowe in a 0–0 home draw.[73] On 14 February, he made his first league start for Arsenal in a 4–2 home win over Leeds United.[74] On 18 February, Ødegaard started in his first Europa League match for Arsenal in a 1–1 away draw against Benfica in the first leg of the round of 32 tie.[75] On 11 March, Ødegaard scored his first goal for Arsenal with a 20-yard strike in a 3–1 away win over Olympiacos in the first leg of the Europa League round of 16 tie.[76] That goal was later voted as the Goal of the Month in March on the Arsenal official website.[77] On 14 March, Ødegaard scored in back to back games, picking up his first Premier League goal in a 2–1 home win over Tottenham Hotspur in the 203rd North London derby.[78] Due to his stellar performance in March 2021, he was later voted as the Player of the Month on Arsenal official website.[79]

On 20 August 2021, Arsenal announced the permanent signing of Ødegaard from Real Madrid in a deal worth €35 million with potential add-ons rising to around €40 million. Ødegaard signed a four-year deal until 2025 with the club having an option to extend for a fifth year.[80][81]

International career[edit]

Youth[edit]

Martin Ødegaard featured in the starting line-ups for the two home matches of the Norway national under-15 football team versus Sweden on 17 and 19 September 2013. Both matches were won by Norway, 2–1 and 2–0.[82][83]

Ødegaard played for the Norway national under-16 football team in a tournament with Scotland, the United States and France in Turkey in January 2014.[84][85] He played the full 90 minutes in all three matches, which resulted in a win versus Scotland and two losses.[86][87][88]

He was promoted to the Norway national under-17 football team for the away match against Iceland on 28 February 2014. Ødegaard came on as a substitute in the 62nd minute, and helped secure a 2–1 win for his country.[89] Subsequently, he was in the starting line-up for the next three away matches; in the 3–0 win against Iceland on 2 March,[90] in the 2–3 loss against Turkey on 25 March[91] and finally in the 0–3 loss against Greece on 30 March 2014.[92]

In September 2014, he was selected for the Norway national under-21 football team for the final match of the 2015 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification.[93] He played the full match against Portugal, as a forward, but was unable to prevent the opponents from winning 2–1, despite being named Man of the Match.[94][95]

An unused substitute for the senior team on 6 September 2015 against Croatia, he joined the under-21 team again the following day in the 2017 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualifying match against England. He played the full 90 minutes in the match, which Norway lost 0–1 at home after a penalty goal by James Ward-Prowse.[96]

Senior[edit]

Ødegaard on his competitive debut for Norway in 2014

On 19 August 2014, Ødegaard was called up for a senior international against the United Arab Emirates in Stavanger[97] and played the entire goalless draw on 27 August, becoming the youngest player to play for Norway at senior level, at 15 years and 253 days.[98] The record was previously held by Tormod Kjellsen, who was 15 years and 351 days on his debut in 1910.[97]

On 30 September 2014, he was called up to Norway's UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying matches against Malta and Bulgaria.[99] He made his competitive debut in the latter, replacing Mats Møller Dæhli in the 64th minute of a 2–1 home win. At the age of 15 years and 300 days, this made him the youngest player to ever play in a European Championship qualifier, breaking a record held since 1983 by Icelander Sigurður Jónsson.[100][101]

On 29 March 2015, Ødegaard became the youngest player to start a European Championship qualifier at the age of 16 years and 101 days in a 5–1 loss to Croatia.[102] On 8 June, he was man of the match in Norway's 0–0 friendly draw with Scandinavian rivals Sweden in Oslo.[103] After Norway came third in their qualification group, Ødegaard was named in their squad for a play-off against Hungary.[104] Unused in the first leg, he was substituted at half time in the second on 15 November, as Norway lost 2–1 on the night and 3–1 on aggregate.[105]

After 18 months without a cap, Ødegaard's form for Heerenveen earned him a recall into Lars Lagerbäck's Norway team and he earned his 10th cap against Macedonia in November 2017.[58] On 7 June 2019, Ødegaard scored his first international goal against Romania in a UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying match, which ended with a 2–2 draw.[106]

In March 2021, Ødegaard was appointed as the captain for the national men's team by the new manager Stale Solbakken.[107]

Style of play[edit]

Ødegaard was coached by his father to keep the ball close to his feet, to maximise control.

Touted as a "modern" playmaker known for his deft touch, technique, dribbling ability, vision and range of passing, as well as his ability to provide precise, bending deliveries from dead balls and set pieces,[108][109] the left-footed Ødegaard is often compared to attacking midfielders Mesut Özil and Guti due to his creativity on the pitch and direct, incisive movement of the ball to create chances for his teammates.[110] In addition, Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta also noted his exceptional footballing intelligence to find spaces on the pitch as well as his work-rate, stating that "he's got a real stamina and he's so talented, but his work-rate is incredible."[111][112] A hardworking player, Ødegaard is an energetic, effective presser of the ball, often covering large distances in order to help his team win back possession. In both loan spells with Real Sociedad and Arsenal, Ødegaard was statistically one of the most productive pressers on his team.[113]

Considered a footballing prodigy and one of the best upcoming talents of his generation in his youth,[114][115] a 2014 article in the Liverpool Echo described Ødegaard as "an attack-minded midfielder very much in the modern mould. Diminutive, quick-footed, with natural balance, pace and, perhaps surprisingly for one so young, excellent shooting power".[116] David Nielsen, his manager at Strømsgodset, likened him to David Silva and Lionel Messi. In September 2014, international teammate and Rosenborg winger Morten Gamst Pedersen dubbed Ødegaard the most talented player he had ever seen, saying "For his age he is unbelievable – his knowledge of the game is unbelievable and his technical skills are fantastic". Pedersen also stated that Ødegaard needed time to improve at the physical aspects of the sport.[93]

When describing his son, Hans Erik Ødegaard said: "It's the pace of the game that makes the difference in adjusting to different levels. We've used so many hours in working with his first and second touch to take off the pressure. We have worked a lot on bringing the ball closely to his feet, so he can change direction quickly, so even if he's physically weaker than the others he doesn't get caught because he's able to get away."[117]

After Ødegaard signed for Real Madrid at the age of 16, Norwegian former football scout Tor-Kristian Karlsen praised his mentality, stating that he had "overcome every challenge in front of him". Karlsen called him "so level-headed and mature" and noted his intelligence and performance at school, while also saying that this could be a disadvantage as "The best footballers tend to have a bit of needle, a bit of fire".[118] While former Norway international Jan Åge Fjørtoft was supportive of the transfer to Real Madrid due to the opportunity to learn from Zinedine Zidane, he warned that Ødegaard needed time to develop due to his young age despite his newfound fame: "Comparing Ødegaard to Messi is nonsense from the media. Messi is a player who can make the difference and Martin can do the same, but any comparisons should not be taken seriously".[119] Ødegaard reacted to the attention on him by saying "If you get carried away now, you won't get far in 10 years. I'm supposed to be at my best then, not now."[120]

Personal life[edit]

Ødegaard is the son of former footballer Hans Erik Ødegaard, who played as a midfielder for Strømsgodset and Sandefjord Fotball and was assistant manager of Mjøndalen IF from 2009 to 2015.[121] He was still attending a local lower secondary school when he made his professional debut, but has since completed his compulsory education in Norway. He is a supporter of English team Liverpool, whom he has described as his "dream club".[30][122][123] As a boy, Ødegaard looked up to Barcelona's Lionel Messi.[121][124] Due to his age, Ødegaard was absent from the computer game Football Manager 2015 until his father gave permission to use his son's likeness.[125]

Ødegaard has grown up in a Christian family and has expressed that religious faith is an important part of his life.[126] He was named in Time's 30 most influential teenagers of 2015.[120]

Career statistics[edit]

Club[edit]

As of 9 January 2022[127][128][129]
Appearances and goals by club, season and competition
Club Season League National Cup League Cup Europe Other Total
Division Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Strømsgodset 3 2013 Norwegian Fourth Division 11 4 11 4
Strømsgodset 2 2013 Norwegian Third Division 2 0 2 0
2014 Norwegian Third Division 3 1 3 1
Total 5 1 5 1
Strømsgodset 2014 Tippeligaen 23 5 1 0 1[a] 0 25 5
Real Madrid Castilla 2014–15 Segunda División B 11 1 11 1
2015–16 Segunda División B 34 1 4[b] 0 38 1
2016–17 Segunda División B 13 3 13 3
Total 58 5 4 0 62 5
Real Madrid 2014–15 La Liga 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
2015–16 La Liga 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
2016–17 La Liga 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 1 0
2020–21 La Liga 7 0 0 0 2[a] 0 0 0 9 0
2021–22 La Liga 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0
Total 8 0 1 0 2 0 0 0 11 0
SC Heerenveen (loan) 2016–17 Eredivisie 14 1 1 0 2[c] 1 17 2
2017–18 Eredivisie 24 2 2 0 0 0 26 2
Total 38 3 3 0 2 1 43 4
Vitesse (loan) 2018–19 Eredivisie 31 8 4 2 4[c] 1 39 11
Real Sociedad (loan) 2019–20 La Liga 31 4 5 3 36 7
Arsenal (loan) 2020–21 Premier League 14 1 6[d] 1 20 2
Arsenal 2021–22 Premier League 18 4 1 0 2 0 21 4
Total 32 5 1 0 2 0 6 1 41 6
Career total 237 35 15 5 2 0 9 1 10 2 273 43
  1. ^ a b Appearance(s) in UEFA Champions League
  2. ^ Appearances in Segunda División B play-offs
  3. ^ a b Appearances in Eredivisie European play-offs
  4. ^ Appearances in UEFA Europa League

International[edit]

As of match played 16 November 2021[130]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
Norway 2014 3 0
2015 5 0
2016 1 0
2017 1 0
2018 4 0
2019 8 1
2020 3 0
2021 12 0
Total 37 1
Scores and results list Norway's goal tally first.[130]
List of international goals scored by Martin Ødegaard
No. Date Venue Opponent Score Result Competition
1 7 June 2019 Ullevaal Stadion, Oslo, Norway  Romania 2–0 2–2 UEFA Euro 2020 qualification

Honours[edit]

Real Sociedad

Individual

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