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Date of Birth March 29, 1973
Place of Birth Emst
Country Netherlands
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Age 48 years, 4 months, 20 days
Horoscope Aries

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Marc Overmars Biography

Marc Overmars (Dutch: [ˈmɑrk ˈoːvərmɑrs] ( listen ) , born 29 March 1973) is a Dutch former footballer and the current director of football at Ajax. During his football career, he played as a winger and was renowned for his speed and technical skills.

Marc Overmars is a famous Football Player, who was born on March 29, 1973 in Netherlands.

According to Astrologers, Marc Overmars zodiac sign is Aries

Overmars began his playing career at local club SV Epe. In 1987, he joined Go Ahead Eagles at the age of 14. After making his breakthrough into the first team, he joined Willem II for ƒ500,000.

Marc Overmars Net Worth

Marc Overmars is one of the richest Football Player. Marc Overmars is also listed on the elit list of Richest Football Player born on March 29 . According to our analysis, Wikipedia, Forbes & Business Insider, Marc Overmars net worth is approximately $1.5 Million.

Marc Overmars Net Worth & Salary
Net Worth$1.5 Million
SalaryUnder Review
Source of WealthFootball Player
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HouseLiving in own house.

Ajax began the 1993–94 season with a 4–0 defeat of Feyenoord to lift the Dutch Supercup; Overmars scored the team’s fourth goal. In August 1993, he was awarded the Dutch Golden Shoe, as voted for by Dutch journalists. Overmars was happy with how his career progressed and said it was a “dream” to play for Ajax. Although he featured in 42 matches – five fewer matches than in the previous season – his goal count was much improved: he scored 12 goals in total, all of which came in the Eredivisie. His goals helped Ajax win the league; the team ended the campaign 25 points clear of second place Feyenoord.

Overmars’ first call-up to the Netherlands senior national squad came in February 1993 for a 1994 World Cup qualifier against Turkey. He scored five minutes into his debut, after good play from Wim Jonk. The team went on to win 3–1 and Overmars said the goal was good for his confidence. Dick Advocaat, the manager of the Netherlands, was complimentary of the debutant’s performance. In April 1993, Overmars earnt the national team a penalty against England after Des Walker fouled him. Peter van Vossen converted the spot kick to complete a comeback for the Netherlands, who had been 2–0 down after 24 minutes.

Marc Overmars Height

Marc Overmars's height 5′ 8″ weight 159 lbs & body measurements will update soon.
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Weight159 lbs
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Overmars was born in Emst and was passionate about football at an early age. He began his playing career at SV Epe before joining Go Ahead Eagles’ youth team in 1987. He secured a place in the first team by the 1990–91 season, but joined Willem II in time for the following season. His stay at the club was short; after 31 appearances he signed for Ajax in 1992. He established himself as a key member of the team that won three Eredivisie titles from between 1994 and 1996 and the UEFA Champions League in 1995. In December 1995, Overmars sustained a cruciate ligament injury which ruled him out of playing for eight months.

In October 1995, he scored a hat-trick for the Netherlands in their Euro 1996 qualifier away to Malta. He was pleased with his performance – “things are getting better,” and felt he needed to practise his shooting and inward running technique. Overmars did not participate in the tournament finals as he was recuperating from his knee ligament injury. Sports writer Rob Hughes said the Netherlands draw against Scotland showed why “they sorely miss the speed and balance of Marc Overmars”. The player returned to international action for the 1998 World Cup qualifier against Wales in November 1996. He believed his best position for the national team was up front, but manager Guus Hiddink wanted him to remain as a winger.

Overmars enjoyed further success in the 1994–95 season. Ajax retained the league and won the UEFA Champions League, beating Milan in the final. He scored against Bayern Munich at the semi-final stage of the latter competition. In later years, Overmars criticised the expansion of the Champions League to include non league champions: “When I won it with Ajax it was only the teams who finished first who took part. It’s not special any more. I think the Champions’ League is just a starter for what they want to do in the future, create a European League.” Overmars’s exposure to European football had prompted him to be a sought-after player in England. He knew of Arsenal’s interest, but was puzzled as to why a move “didn’t work out.” In the summer of 1995 he was linked with a move to Manchester United, but said: “No thanks I want to stay with Ajax for two more seasons.”

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After one season at Willem II, Overmars signed for Ajax in July 1992. Both clubs settled on a transfer fee of ƒ2.5 million, after Ajax’s initial bid of ƒ1.5 million was rejected. Manager Louis van Gaal was very fond of Overmars beforehand and described him as a “multi-functional player”. Overmars’ debut came in a 3–0 win against Dordrecht on 16 August 1992. His first goal for Ajax was away to RKC Waalwijk in October and he scored a further seven goals in the 1992–93 season. Several teams chose to combat Overmars’ threat with heavy tackles; he detested this, adding, “I do not fall on purpose, but if they keep kicking, I would sometimes give something back in return.” Ajax finished the campaign third in the league; their form in the final few months was described as “maddening” by football writer David Winner, as they defeated eventual champions Feyenoord by five goals, but dropped points to “minnows like MVV Maastricht”. The team lost to Auxerre in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Cup, but did not end the season trophyless – they beat Heerenveen 6–2 to win the KNVB Cup. Overmars scored two goals in the final.

Overmars represented the Netherlands national team for 11 years. He scored on his international debut in 1993 against Turkey, and was a member of the Netherlands squads for four major tournaments: the 1994 and 1998 FIFA World Cups, and 2000 and 2004 European Championships.

The national team qualified for the 1994 FIFA World Cup in November 1993. Advocaat selected Overmars for the tournament and he featured in all of the Netherlands’ five matches. Against the Republic of Ireland in the round of 16, he took advantage of Terry Phelan’s header intended for goalkeeper Packie Bonner and sprinted away to set up Dennis Bergkamp to score. The Netherlands were eliminated in the quarter-finals against Brazil; Advocaat deployed Overmars as an extra attacker, but for much of the match he played as one of five in midfield. His corner in the 76th minute was met by Aron Winter and levelled the scores at 2–2 for a brief period – a goal from Branco resolved the match in favour of Brazil. Overmars’ performances in the competition led him to be named the best young player of the 1994 World Cup.