Sergio van Dijk

He is known as “Serginho” van Dijk, a former Indonesian professional football player. In the 2010–11 A-League regular season, Sergio van Dijk was the A-leading League’s goal-scorer, making him a household figure in Australian football. Sixlovesnine, a clothing company co-owned by Van Dijk and his brother Danny, is also a business venture.

What is the Net worth of Sergio van Dijk?

Sergio’s net worth has not been made public yet. He is estimated to be worth between between $1 and $5 million. In addition, he makes most of his money from his football career. ” He does, however, lead a comfortable life and earn enough money to provide for his family.

Sergio van Dijk on the football field (Source: Instagram)

How old is Sergio van Dijk?

Assen, the Netherlands, was the place of Sergio’s birth on the 6th of August, 1983. He is Dutch by nationality. His zodiac sign is Leo, and he’s 38 years old. They are Roelof van Dijk and Antonia Polnaya. As a tribute to the 1982 World Cup player Serginho Chulapa, he was given the name Serginho. In addition, his mother was a huge Brazil fan at the time of her son’s birth. Van Dijk’s ancestry is Dutch-Indonesian. Like his brother, he is also known as Danny van Dijk.

Career line of Sergio van Dijk:

Before joining FC Groningen’s junior academy, Van Dijk played for local club LTC in Assen. He helped Groningen earn promotion to the Eerste Divisie in 2000-01 by playing in two games (scoring one goal). It is unclear whether or not he played for Groningen in the Eredivisie before joining Helmond Sport in 2002. In his first two seasons at FC Emmen, he scored 18 and 12 goals. This season, he was a member of Emmen’s roster with his brother, Danny. While playing against Redlands United and the Gold Coast Select team at the end of May, Roar coaches were impressed enough to sign him for two years with their team now known as the Brisbane Roar on June 16, 2008. Van Dijk started the season slowly, scoring just one goal and assisting in six others in his first ten appearances. By scoring nine goals in nine games, he defied the doubters (including a brace against the Central Coast Mariners). On January 17, 2009, Van Dijk scored a hat-trick in the Roar’s 3-1 victory over Sydney FC. For Adelaide United’s AFC Champions League campaign, Van Dijk signed a six-month deal with the club on February 11, 2010, and made his debut on February 24 against the defending Asian champions, Pohang Steelers, in a 1–0 win at Hindmarsh Stadium.

On the second day of the Champions League campaign, the Reds beat Shandong Luneng 2–0 thanks to Virgil van Dijk’s strike. On March 14, 2010, Adelaide United and Virgil van Dijk agreed to a three-year contract. At 8–1 over North Queensland Fury on January 21, 2011, Van Dijk scored a hat-trick. In the 2010–11 season, Van Dijk earned the Golden Boot award with 16 goals. Virgil van Dijk signed with Persib Bandung of the Indonesian Super League in February 2013. In a 2–1 defeat to Persisam Samarinda, Van Dijk scored on his first appearance.

A 3-1 victory over Persija Jakarta saw him net two more goals on March 3. In December 2013, he signed a contract with Sepahan to play in the Iranian Pro League and the AFC Champions League beginning on January 1, 2014. At Suphanburi, the Thai Premier League team, Van Dijk signed a two-year contract on June 30, 2014. For the 2016 AFC Champions League season, Van Dijk made a triumphant comeback to Adelaide United as their Asian player. Against Shandong Luneng in the third qualifying round play-off at Hindmarsh Stadium on February 9, 2016, Van Dijk made his lone appearance for Adelaide during their brief season. A 2–1 defeat ended van Dijk’s tenure with the Reds despite the home crowd’s enthusiastic reception and his good performance evoking memories of his time in Adelaide.

Marcos Flores and Marcos Flores were reunited at Persib Bandung after Flores had been without a club since leaving Adelaide United. He appeared in only four games during the 2016–17 season because of an injury he sustained while playing for Persib Bandung. VV-Pelikaan-S, an amateur league team in the Netherlands, signed Sergio. He was set to declare for Indonesia, the nation of origin of one of his grandparents, on July 19, 2010. Since Indonesia does not accept dual citizenship in its residents, he had to give up his Dutch citizenship in order to represent the country.

Because his wife and their families are Dutch, Van Dijk said he couldn’t give up his Dutch citizenship because it would be impossible. To play for Indonesia, he eventually opted to relinquish his Dutch citizenship. For the 2014 FIFA World Cup qualification campaign, the Indonesian Football Association has made Van Dijk a naturalized Indonesian citizen. His first call-up for a 2015 Asia Cup qualifying came on March 4, 2013. He made his international debut against Saudi Arabia on March 23, 2013.

Who is Sergio van Dijk married to?

Sergio van Dijk has a family. Her first name is Laura van Dijk, and she is his wife. He also has a small son who lives with him and his family in the Netherlands. According to van Dijk, “…after all these years of being overseas, I think it is also time to let the family select what the future plans are,” he said while discussing his football future.

Sergio van Dijk with his family (Source: Instagram)

How tall is Sergio van Dijk?

Sergio has a height of 6 ft 1 in and a weight of 87 kg. He used to have black hair, but now he is completely bald. He, too, has a well-groomed facial hair. In terms of his height, weight, and shoe size, there is no further information.

Facts of Sergio van Dijk

Full Name: Sergio Dijk
Age: 37 years
Birthday: 06 Aug
Nationality: Indonesian
Horoscope: Leo
Marital status: Married
Net Worth: $1 million- $5 million
Height: 5 feet 1 inches
Profession: Footballer
Sibling: Danny van Dijk
Father: Roelof van Dijk
Mother: Antonia Polnaya