Artem Vasilyev

Artem Vasilyev



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Full name in native alphabet: Васильев Артём Владимирович

Country: Belarus

Date of birth: 23/01/1997 (19 years old)

Place of birth: Minsk (Belarus)

Height: 178cm

Youth career: FK Minsk

Current club: FK Minsk

Squad number: 97

Current national team: Belarus U-21

Position: winger, second striker, striker

Preferred foot: right

Market value (by 50.000 € 

Tournaments participated in: UEFA Youth League 2015/2016 (2/0)

Contract until: 31.12.2017

Player’s agent: unknown

Transfer rumours: —

Similar type of player: Stephan El Shaarawy



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– aerial duels

– in some situations, he can be a little bit too selfish

– defensive contribution


Style of play:

– inside forward/mobile shadow striker

– versatile forward who is capable of playing anywhere along the front line

– fast, and opportunistic player, with excellent reactions

– likes to dribble

– often uses his skills to beat defenders, cut inside and create himself a decent opportunity to score from

– very good sense of positioning while receiving through balls

– extremely dangerous on the counter thanks to his pace and acceleration

– likes to use his pace to stretch opposition defences when he runs the channels

– good decision maker in the final third

– known for his dribbling skills, speed, turn of pace, mobility and close control in limited spaces

– able to score and dribble comfortably with both feet

– all-action and energetic


He is best suited to playing as:

Left winger in 4-3-3.







League summary:

Belarusian Premier League 2014: 5 matches/1 goal (FK Minsk)

Belarusian Premier League 2016 (ongoing): 2 matches/1 goal (FK Minsk)



Artem Vasilyev is a product of FK Minsk youth academy – one of the strongest developmental academies in Belarus. He made his professional debut on 6 June 2014 in a Belarusian Premier League game against Belshina Bobruisk, replacing Aleksandr Makas, after 73 minutes of a 3-0 away victory. His first goal came three months later, on 13 September 2014 when he scored a late equaliser for Minsk to secure a 1-1 draw against Belshina. In February 2015, he went on trial with Belgian Premier League side Club Brugge, but wasn’t offered a contract and returned to Minsk. He is also a regular youth international – he has played for Belarus at U19 level and currently is a member of U21 setup.




Football Talent Scout potential rating:

6/10   BallBallBallBallBallBall

Capable to mark his name in Europe with a bit of luck and hard work.





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