Eduardo Camavinga became the youngest player to win all six trophies for Real Madrid following Madrid’s triumph against Osasuna on Saturday, May 7.
Real Madrid defeated Osasuna in the Copa del Rey final in Seville, and Rodrigo scored twice as Ancelotti helped captured the trophy for the first time since 2014.
The 20-year-old France International, Camavinga has now won a trophy every three months on average since joining Real Madrid.
Camavinga has won La Liga, the UEFA Champions League, the Copa del Rey, the Supercopa de Espana, the FIFA Club World Cup, and the UEFA Super Cup since joining the team last summer.
The youngster has ‘finished’ club football, according to his fans, at the young age of 20.
Since he arrived at Santiago Bernabeu, the Frenchman has been a key member of the squad and has contributed significantly to their success.
Iker Casillas, who won five titles with Real Madrid when he was 22 years old, previously held the record, which the Frenchman has now broken.
Across all competitions since joining Madrid, Camavinga has made 52 appearances.
His adaptability and capacity to play multiple positions have also greatly benefited the club. For instance, despite being a midfielder by nature, he has occasionally played left-back for Real Madrid.
Meanwhile, Los Blancos won their 20th Copa del Rey and in the history of their football achievement, they have won 101 titles.
Who is Eduardo Camavinga?
Eduardo Celmi Camavinga was born on November 10, 2002.
He is a professional footballer who plays as a midfielder for La Liga club Real Madrid. He can also be deployed as a left-back.
Camavinga was born in Angola but he represents the France national team.
Camavinga’s age and height
He’s 20 years old and he’s 1.8m tall.
Does Camavinga have a child?
Well, rumors emerged that Camavinga had a son when he was just 12 years of age.
However, it is believed that these whispers are false. The alleged boy child was seen celebrating trophy wins alongside Camavinga when Real Madrid won the 2022 Champions League title.
Meanwhile, the boy is said to be his brother, who is one of the Real Madrid maestro’s five siblings.
Camavinga’s Club Career
Camavinga joined Rennes’ youth system when he was 11. He signed his first professional contract on 14 December 2018, at the age of 16 years and one month, becoming the youngest footballer for the club at that time.
He made his professional debut for Rennes in a 3–3 Ligue 1 tie with Angers on 6 April 2019, becoming the youngest player to ever play for Rennes’ first team, at 16 years and six months old.
On 18 August 2019, Camavinga recorded an assist and was rewarded with the Man of the Match award in a 2–1 win against Paris Saint-Germain.
He scored his first goal for Rennes in a 1–0 win against Lyon on 15 December 2019, in the 89th minute of the game.
In the 2020–21 UEFA Champions League, he featured in four matches for Rennes against Krasnodar, Chelsea, and Sevilla.
On 31 August 2021, Real Madrid announced Camavinga had signed a contract until 30 June 2027 from Rennes.
He made his debut in a 5–2 win over Celta Vigo on 12 September 2021, in which he scored a goal shortly after coming off the bench.
Three days later, on 15 September 2021, he made his Champions League debut for Real Madrid, coming on as a substitute for Luka Modrić in the 80th minute and assisting Rodrygo for the winner against Inter Milan.
Camavinga made a substitute appearance in the 85th minute of the 2022 UEFA Champions League Final, helping Real Madrid win 1–0 over Liverpool to earn the 2021–22 UEFA Champions League title with his team.
Across all competitions this season, Camavinga has made 52 appearances without scoring a single goal.
The youngster has made 180 appearances in his club career so far, scoring 4 goals and creating 8 assists.
On 5 November 2019, Camavinga obtained French citizenship. Six days later, he was selected to represent France’s under-21 team in matches against Georgia and Switzerland.
The 20-year-old Real Madrid star has represented France’s national team in 20 matches and has registered 3 goals during his stint.