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German footballer (born 2003)

Jamal Musiala (born 26 February 2003) is a German professional footballer who plays as an attacking midfielder and winger for Bundesliga club Bayern Munich and the Germany national team. Nicknamed “Bambi”, Musiala is known for his dribbling ability and is often considered one of the best young attackers in the world.[4][5][6][7][8]

Born in Germany to a Nigerian father and German mother, he was raised from the age of seven in England. Musiala played for both Germany and England national teams at the youth level, and eventually pledged his allegiance to the German Football Association for future games in February 2021, representing the side at Euro 2020 and the 2022 FIFA World Cup.[9][10]

Early life[edit]

Musiala was born in Stuttgart, Germany to a British-Nigerian Yoruba father and German mother of Polish roots.[11][12] He lived in Fulda until the age of seven, before moving to England with his family, where he remained for the rest of his childhood.[13][14] He went to primary school at the Corpus Christi School in New Malden.[15] For secondary school, he went to the Whitgift School in Croydon.[16] He was in the Chelsea academy for the last years of his childhood.[13]

Club career[edit]

2019–20: Move to Bayern Munich and debut[edit]

In July 2019, aged 16, Musiala left Chelsea to join Bundesliga club Bayern Munich.[17][18] On 3 June 2020, Musiala made his professional debut, coming on as a substitute for Bayern Munich II in their 3–2 win over Preußen Münster in the 3. Liga.[19] On 20 June 2020, he made his Bundesliga debut against SC Freiburg, and he became the youngest player to play a match for Bayern in the Bundesliga, aged 17 years and 115 days.[20][21]
Musiala was a part of the squad that won the 2019–20 UEFA Champions League, although he did not make any appearances in the tournament.[22]

2020–21: First-team breakthrough[edit]

On 18 September 2020, Musiala scored his first Bundesliga goal in an 8–0 win over Schalke, to become Bayern’s youngest goalscorer, aged 17 years and 205 days, breaking the previous record of Roque Santa Cruz, aged 18 years and 12 days.[13][23] On 3 November, Musiala made his Champions League debut as a substitute to Thomas Müller in a 6–2 away win over Red Bull Salzburg.[24] On 1 December, he started in his first Champions League match in a 1–1 away draw against Atlético Madrid.[25] On 23 February 2021, Musiala scored his first Champions League goal in a 4–1 away win over Lazio in the first leg of the Round of 16 tie of the Knockout Phase, becoming the competition’s youngest goalscorer of both English and German nationalities.[26][27] On 5 March, he signed his first professional contract with Bayern Munich until 2026.[28]


On 25 August 2021, Musiala scored his first two goals of the season in a 0-12 DFB-Pokal away win over Bremer SV.[29][30] Three days later, he then scored his first Bundesliga goal of the season in a 5–0 home win over Hertha BSC.[31] On 8 December 2021, Musiala scored his first Champions League goal of the season in a 3–0 win over Barcelona.[32] On 23 April 2022, Musiala’s strike sealed the Bundesliga title in a 3–1 victory over Borussia Dortmund in Der Klassiker, giving Bayern their tenth straight Bundesliga title.[33][34][35]


On 27 May 2023, Musiala scored the winning goal in the 89th minute in a 1-2 victory over FC Köln. This goal clinched the 11th consecutive league title for his club again ahead of rivals Dortmund on goal difference.[36] Moreover, he finished the season as Bayern’s second top scorer in the league with 12 goals, behind Serge Gnabry.[37]

International career[edit]

Musiala, who was also eligible to play for Nigeria via his father, represented both England and Germany at youth international level.[17][38]

Musiala with England in 2019

In November 2020, Musiala was called up to the England U21 squad for the first time for their 2021 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification matches.[39] He made his U21 debut as a substitute during a 3–1 victory over the Andorra U21s at Molineux Stadium on 13 November 2020.[40] He scored his first under-21 goal during a 5–0 win over Albania also at Molineux Stadium on 17 November 2020.[41] After choosing to represent England’s U21s, the German football association indicated that they had stopped pursuing Musiala, with German youth team coach Meikel Schonweitz stating: “He [Musiala] has clearly signaled to us that he currently sees his future with the English national teams. We accept his decision and wish him all the best for his sporting career.”[42] Musiala had previously indicated that he felt more comfortable playing for England at youth level than for Germany, as he grew up as a footballer at Chelsea with other English players, whereas for Germany, he did not know any of the other players.[43]

On 24 February 2021, Musiala announced he had decided to represent his birth nation, Germany internationally.[9][10] He subsequently received his first call up to the senior team for the FIFA World Cup 2022 qualifiers in March 2021,[44] making his debut on 25 March 2021 as a 79th minute substitute in a 3–0 win against Iceland.[45]

Euro 2020[edit]

On 19 May 2021, Musiala was selected to the German squad for Euro 2020.[46] On 23 June 2021, he became the youngest German player to feature in a major tournament for the German national team in a 2–2 draw with Hungary, aged 18 years and 117 days.[47] During the match, Musiala set up Leon Goretzka’s late equalizer which sent Germany through to the round of 16. In doing so, he received praise from football pundits and fans worldwide.[48]

2022 World Cup qualification[edit]

On 11 October 2021, Musiala scored his first senior international goal in a 4–0 win over North Macedonia, becoming the second-youngest player to score for the German national team, aged 18 years and 227 days, only behind Marius Hiller, aged 17 years and 241 days, in 1910.[49]

2022 World Cup[edit]

On 10 November 2022, Musiala received a call-up for the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar.[50] On 23 November, he made his World Cup debut by starting against Japan, to become the first German teenager to feature in the competition since 1958, and the fourth youngest German player, aged 19 years and 270 days, in all World Cup participations, only behind: Karl-Heinz Schnellinger, Leopold Neumer and Edmund Conen.[51] In the same match, Youssoufa Moukoko was subbed on in the 90th minute, to be the youngest ever, and Musiala then became the fifth.[52] On 1 December, he completed 13 dribbles, two shy of Jay-Jay Okocha’s record of 15 in 1994, in a 4–2 win over Costa Rica, yet Germany was eliminated from the group stage as they finished third in their group.[53]

Style of play[edit]

As a versatile player, Musiala plays both on the wings and in all positions of the midfield.[54] According to Hansi Flick, who gave Musiala his debut at FC Bayern Munich: “He has a great eye and feeling for choosing the right spaces. He is very confident on the ball and can play well between the lines.”[54]

Career statistics[edit]

As of match played 12 August 2023[55]


As of match played 20 June 2023[56]
Appearances and goals by national team and year
National team Year Apps Goals
Germany 2021 9 1
2022 11 0
2023 3 0
Total 23 1
As of match played 26 September 2022
Germany score listed first, score column indicates score after each Musiala goal[56]


Bayern Munich



External links[edit]

  • Profile at the FC Bayern Munich website
  • Profile at the German Football Association website (in German)