Felix Platte

Felix Platte

Felix Platte



Country: Germany

Date of birth: 11/02/1996 (19 years old)

Place of birth: Höxter (Germany)

Height: 190cm

Youth career: TSV Sabbenhausen, TuS WE Lügde, SC Paderborn 07, FC Schalke 04 (since 2012)

Current club: FC Schalke 04

Squad number: 36

Current national team: Germany U-19

Position: centre forward

Preferred foot: right

Market value (by transfermarkt.de): 300.000 € 

Tournaments participated in: UEFA Youth League 2013/2014 (3/0), UEFA Youth League 2014/2015 (6/4), UEFA Champions League 2014/2015 (1/0)

Contract until: 30.06.2018

Player’s agent: arena11 sports group

Similar type of player: Edin Džeko



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Style of play:

– number “9”

– one-on-one situation specialist

– indirect set-piece threat

– aerial threat in the opposition box

– killer instinct in front of goal

– ability to be a target man for teammates

– efficient in his play and a natural eye for goal

– powerful and accurate shot with both feet

– often uses his strength and aerial presence to bring teammates into play

– likes to try to beat offside trap

– intelligent movement, both inside and outside the penalty area

– eagerness to track back and work for the team

– possesses decent speed, despite his physique


He is best suited to playing as:

Centre forward in 4-2-3-1.







League summary:

Bundesliga 2014/2015: 2 matches/0 goals (Schalke 04)



Felix Platte joined Schalke 04 youth academy from SC Paderborn 07 in 2012 and was a U17 Western German Champion and Westphalia Cup winner, also doing the same with the U19s a year later. It is worth mentioning that in recent years Schalke’s youth system has produced a number of extremely talented players, such as Julian Draxler, Max Meyer and Leroy Sané. Felix made his Bundesliga debut on 14 February 2015 against Eintracht Frankfurt in a 1-0 away defeat. He replaced Kevin-Prince Boateng after 79 minutes. He then put on an impressive performance, and nearly scored – if it wasn’t for the crossbar – against defending champions Real Madrid in the Champions League knockout stage after coming on early in the first half for injured Klaas-Jan Huntelaar.



“I just want to give my all and I hope that I’ll get some playing time. It would obviously be amazing to score in the Bundesliga. I already came close to grabbing a goal in the Champions League last season – unfortunately my effort against Real Madrid was a couple of centimetres too high and it hit the bar.”

(Felix Platte)


Football Talent Scout potential rating:

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First team material in a top European club.





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