Tomas Hubocan is a Slovak professional footballer who is signed to Omonia and Slovakia national team as a defender. To date, he has earned 72 caps his national side.
Zilina, Czechoslovakia native, Tomas Hubocan was born on 17th September 1985, under the star sign Virgo. He is the son of Jana Hubocanova and Ivan Hubocan. The thirty-five years old stands 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in) tall.
Omonia No. 15 defender Tomas Hubocan has a weekly wage of $15,724 which is $188,688 from the club. His current market value is €300,000, updated on 31st May 2021. His highest market value to date is reported €10 million on 19th June 2013.
Besides, International footballers are paid an appearance fee by their country's football federation. But the pay differs from country to country.
Another important income source for footballers is considered endorsement and sponsorship deals, but, Tomas has not mentioned one. As of 2021, his net worth is $0.5 million.
As reported Tomas Hubocan is married. He tied the knot with Vanda Hubocanova in 2016. However, the footballer has shared less to no information about his love life. Neither Tomas nor Vanda is active on Instagram.
Tomas and his wife prefer their personal life low key. To date, the couple has not created any controversial buzz.
Hubocan spent his youth career playing for Zilina. In 2004, he was promoted to the Zilina First Team. In 2006, the season he was loaned out to ViOn Zlate Moravce. After he came back to Zilina, he worked up for one of the best defenders in Corgon Liga. Further, he won the league with Sosoni in the 2006-07 season.
On 11th February 2008, Zenit signed to Hubocan agreeing on a three-year contract for €3.8 million, the highest ever paid to a Slovak club. He received his first taste of Champions League football against Real Madrid (at the Petrovsky stadium) on 30 September 2008.
On 30 September 2010, he scored his first goal for Zenit in a UEFA Europa League match against AEK Athens F.C. On 7 September 2017, he joined the Turkish club Trabzonspor on loan.
On 11th December 2006, Hubocan made his international debut for Slovakia against the United Arab Emirates. In November 2020, he came out of retirement and played in the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying play-offs clinching game against Northern Ireland.
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