Oliver Baumann is a German professional footballer signed to Bundesliga club 1899 Hoffenheim as a goalkeeper. He is yet to make an international debut for the German national team but has been capped at least one time for all of the nation's youth sides from the Under-18 level to the Under-21 level.
Breisach, West Germany native, Oliver Baumann was born on 2nd June 1990, under the star sign Gemini. The thirty-one years old holds a German nationality and is of white ethnic background. He stands 1.87 m (6 ft 1+1⁄2 in) tall.
1899 Hoffenheim's shirt No.1 goalkeeper earn earns £48,000 per week, £2,496,000 per year. Sebastian Rudy is the highest-paid player of the club with an annual salary of £3,328,000.
Oliver Baumann's current contract with the club expires on June 30, 2023.
His current market value is €5 million, updated on 22nd December 2021. His highest market value to date is €10 million, back in 2018.
He is endorsed by Adidas. As of 2022, Oliver Baumann's net worth is $5 million.
There is no report on the media about Oliver Baumann's relationship and girlfriend. Further, no paparazzi have caught the goalkeeper with any lady who is assumed to be his girlfriend.
He is active on Instagram with 59k followers. To his fan Baumann is all about football, he has not dropped any hint regarding his personal side, not been his relationship status.
Oliver Baumann began his football career at FC Bad Krozingen. In 2002, he joined the youth set up of SC Freiburg where he went through every level.
In 2009, Baumann was promoted to the B team of the SC Freiburg. He made SC Freiburg II debut in the Regionalliga Sud against Stuttgarter Kickers, keeping a clean sheet in a 0–0 draw. In the 2009-10 season, he appeared in 22 matches for Freiburg ll.
In 2010, he was promoted to the main team of SC Freiburg, making his senior team debut on the last day of the 2009-10 Bundelisiga season in a 3–1 home victory over Borussia Dortmund.
From the 2010-11 season onwards, he became the SC Freiburg first-choice goalkeeper. That season, he played 30 games in the Bundesliga. In June 2011, he signed an extension contract with SC Freiburg which would last until 2015.
In the next two seasons: 2011–12 and 2012–13, he played a total of 73 appearances for the Freiburg first-team, 67 of those in the league.
For the 2013-14 season, Baumann continued to be the mainstay of the Freiburg line-up. He started all of the club's first six Bundesliga games and started opening UEFA Europa League and DFB-Pokal matches.
In a game against Hamburg SV, he made three crucial errors that led to a 3–0 loss to Hamburger SV. On 24th September 2013, he agreed on a new deal with the club.
On 14th May 2014, Baumann signed with Hoffenheim, agreeing on a four-year deal.
Aforementioned, he is yet to make his international debut on his national side but has earned a call for the senior Germany squad for the UEFA Nations League matches against Spain and Switzerland in September 2020.
Besides, he has represented Germany's U18, U19, U20, and U21 national teams.
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