Arjen Robben retires from football at 35 years old The Dutchman has decided to end his career as a footballer after finishing contract with Bayern Munich and leave the German club.
Robben played a total of 602 games as a professional, in which he scored 209 goals and gave 158 assists. The Dutchman debuted in the Groningen, team of the Dutch Eredivisie. Subsequently, he played in the PSV from Eindhoven, Chelsea and Real Madrid, to finish his career in Bayern Munich, where he has played the last ten seasons. His track record is not a small thing: a Champions (in 2013, where he scored the decisive goal), twelve leagues, eight cups, eight national Super Cups and a European Super Cup.
International with Holland, he played three World (Germany '06, South Africa '10 and Brazil '14) and three Euro Cups (Portugal '04, Austria and Switzerland '08 and Ukraine and Poland '12), achieving the third place in the 2014 World Championship and the second place in the 2010 World Cup, where they lost to Spain in the final in Johannesburg.
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