Toni Kroos Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts

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Toni Kroos Childhood Story

LB presents the Full Story of a midfield genius who is best known by the Nickname; “The Waiter”. Our Toni Kroos Childhood Story plus Untold Biography Facts brings to you full account of notable events from his childhood time to date. The analysis involves his life story before fame, relationship life, family life and many OFF-Pitch little-known facts about him.

Yes, everyone knows about his abilities but few consider Toni Kroos Biography which is quite interesting. Now without further adieu, let’s Begin.

Toni Kroos Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Early Life

Toni Kroos was born on the 4th day of January 1990 in Greifswald, East Germany.

Toni Kroos Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts He was born to his mother, Birgit Kämmer (former German badminton player and current sports biology teacher) and father, Roland Kroos (a former professional wrestler and football coach).

Growing up with his kid brother Felix, Toni had all he ever wanted as a child. It was never difficult for his parents to watch him grow up.

During his youth, he was not the most outstanding student and spent a lot of time practising football in participating in school tournaments. In addition, Toni was well-behaved in class and well-liked among his peers at school.

Growing up, it is believed that Toni was never thought of as a gifted footballer but instead sought success through hard work both on the pitch. This attitude ultimately came from his father’s electric work ethics in training him and his kid brother, Felix.

Felix and Toni Kroos' youth career- The handwork of their father, Roland
Felix and Toni Kroos’ youth career- The handwork of their father, Roland

However, there was an issue with multitasking. Combining football with reading books was his weakness. He chose to focus on the first and concentrated less on the latter. Ideally, Toni Kroos was not a good student when it came to studies. He gave in all efforts to football.

The onetime cute little boy never became a moody teenager.

Toni was prepared for every new life stage along the way. His hard work and success became evident when he became a member of Bayern Munich’s first team at the age of 17.

Since that time, especially after the 2014 World Cup, the world has known Toni to be one of the best archetypes of the modern attacking midfielder.

The rest, as they say, is now history.

Toni Kroos Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Relationship Life

Kroos has been with his long-term girlfriend and college school sweetheart Jessica Farber. His beautiful Wag was the reason for his breakthrough in his youth career. As a way of rewarding her, Toni had to cement her as the sole owner of his heart.

Two Love Birds- Toni and Jessica
Two Love Birds- Toni and Jessica

Jessica is beautiful and has a good heart. She is a renowned expert in the German tourism sector and consciously stays away from the classic WAG-existence (details below).

Toni Kroos Love Story

She first met Toni back when they were in school together and a time he faced the difficulty of combining football with academics. She assisted him academically, the best way she would. The two lovebirds were seen as inseparable from the moment they met.

Toni’s future could have been with any woman he wanted, but Jessica was the only girl that he was interested in even as many other showed interest. In fact, Toni did not waste his time with the other girls.

Jessica Farber is a peaceful loving lady who cannot be compared to many other German players’ wags who are extroverted in nature. Jessica Farber deliberately chooses the shades instead of being in the spotlights.

On the 13th day of June 2015, Jessica and Toni had a secret marriage. They got married after having their first son out of wedlock.

Toni Kroos Wedding Photo
Toni Kroos Wedding Photo

Their first son, Leon was born on the 14th of August 2013. The second child, a daughter, Amelie was born on 20 July 2016. Toni is a real father who finds quality time for his kids as seen below.

Kroos describes his wife, Jessica Farber as his main support outside of football. Although Jessica Farber does not do interviews, she always appears faithfully at the club’s gala activities and country activities such as the popular Oktoberfest as seen below.

Toni and Jessica at Oktoberfest
Toni and Jessica at Oktoberfest

Toni Kroos Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Family Life

Until football finally paid off for him, Toni Kroos was originally from a middle-class family background.

His father Roland Kroos was a former professional wrestler who later became a youth coach. He is the youth coach for Hansa Rostock as at the time of writing.

He began his youth coaching career by first, training his two sons at Greifswalder SC. Kroos talks of his childhood with fond memories of running and training constantly with his brother and father.

Ronald Kroos- Laying Good Foundation for their son
Ronald Kroos- Laying Good Foundation for their son

Birgit Kämmer Kroos (pictured below) is the super mum of Toni Kroos and Wife to Roland Kroos.

Birgit Kämmer- Mother of Toni Kroos
Birgit Kämmer- Mother of Toni Kroos

She was born June 16, 1962, in Greifswald. Birgit Kämmer is a former German badminton player who just like her son, has made her country proud. Birgit won in her career two DDR singles titles and eight DDR team titles for her home club unit Greifswald.

Birgit Kroos lives in Rostock today. She currently works there as a teacher of biology and sports. Her sons continue the sporting tradition of the family as football professionals.

Younger Brother: Toni Kroos has a younger brother named Felix Kroos.

He was born on the 12th of  March 1991 (1 year younger to Toni). The blonde midfielder, who reportedly was not very busy with studying back in school has always preferred playing football.

Still sadly in the shadows of his more successful brother’s omnipotent glow, Felix Kroos has found the ladder to footballing greatness a lot more slippery than Toni.

Formerly of Werder Bremen, Felix struggled to nail down a regular starting spot in holding midfield and transferred to Union Berlin for €500,000. His list of accolades is very meagre indeed compared to his older sibling, but he did win the 2007 ‘Talent of the Year’ award in Mecklenburg-Vorpommen.

Felix has exhibited great versatility in his career, having started out as a frontman, but having played as far back as centre-half to get game time in his career. He praises his dad and former trainer (see below) for every achievement he and his brother has acquired.

Young Felix and Father; Roland Kroos
Young Felix and Father; Roland Kroos

Toni Kroos Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –The World Cup Fact

For many, this comes as a surprise, but it’s not really when you consider 2014 was a German national team’s first World Cup triumph since the country was reunified in 1990.

Toni Kroos World Cup Facts

Prior to that, East Germany was pretty useless on the international stage compared to its Western neighbours.

Now, what is the Toni Kroos Fact??…..Truth is…He was the only individual in the whole 2014 World Cup-winning squad who was born in East German territory. He comes from Greifswald, Mecklenburg-Vorpommen.

When presented with the fact, Kroos himself seemed equally astonished, questioning, “Am I really the only one? I am not as much in touch with those times as my parents.”

Toni Kroos Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Reason behind his nickname 

So brilliant is Kroos’ passing ability, that he earned the nickname “Garcon” or “The Waiter” during the summer World Cup.

Kroos was feeding his teammates with appetising passes and setting them up so well throughout the tournament, that the host nation felt that he deserved the nickname after completing 76 out of 79 passes in a 2014 World Cup group match against Portugal. 

Statistically, Kroos was the best player at the tournament.

Toni Kroos Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –Career Summary

Kroos first played for local club Greifswalder SC, later transferring to the youth team of Hansa Rostock. Kroos moved to Bayern Munich‘s youth setup in 2006. Kroos was once missing up to 40 days during the school year due to training. For the 2007–08 season, at the age of 17, Kroos was promoted to Bayern’s senior team.

In 2006 Toni Kroos started with Bayern Munich’s youth team. He was promoted to the first team in 2007. He was just 17 years old at that time. This was followed by a loan to Bayern Leverkusen in the 2009/10 season. He played 33 matches for them. He ended that season with 9 goals and 12 assists.

Success at Bayern Leverkusen prompted his return to Bayern Munich the next season. He won 3 Bundesliga titles, a Champions League with Bayern Munich and 2014 FIFA World Cup (2 goals and 4 assists). He was unlucky not to win the Golden Ball which went to Lionel Messi. He was transferred to Real Madrid for an undisclosed fee in 2014.

Toni Kroos Childhood Story Plus Untold Biography Facts –What he will be remembered for after retirement

  • For his passing accuracy, technique, vision and his ability to set up goals, as well as his long shots and ball delivery from set-pieces.
  • For being dynamic and hardworking.
  • For his versatility, physical strength and ability to play in several midfield positions.
  • For being a deep-lying playmaker, on the flank, in a box-to-box role, or even as a defensive midfielder.
  • For his ability to both break up play, retain possession, and create chances for teammates.

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