Christian Frydek

Christian Frydek



Czech Republic-32

Country: Czech Republic

Date of birth: 01/02/1999 (17 years old)

Place of birth: Leverkusen (Germany)

Height: 170cm

Youth career: Sparta Prague

Current club: Sparta Prague

Squad number: 20

Current national team: Czech Republic U-18

Position: central midfielder, attacking midfielder, winger

Preferred foot: right

Market value (by 250.000 € 

Tournaments participated in: UEFA Youth League 2016/2017 (2/1)

Contract until: unknown

Player’s agent: unknown

Transfer rumours: —

Similar type of player: Isco



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– aerial duels


Style of play:

– modern attacking midfielder/advanced playmaker

– versatile player who is naturally adept in several positions

– attacking movement, positional sense, and ability to interpret the game, which, combined with his pace, mobility and energy, enables him to make effective attacking runs to beat the defensive line

– capable both of creating chances for team-mates, as well as scoring goals himself, due to his vision and ability to play off of other players

– fast, and opportunistic player, with excellent reactions

– likes to dribble

– likes to play shot passes

– likes to shoot from distance

– known for his mobility and cleverness at his off-the-ball movements trying to find the best space to receive the ball mainly between opposite midfield and defensive lines

– very good in combination play

– able to make effective late runs into opposite penalty box lurking for a chance to exploit his shooting skills with his right preferred foot

– known for his dribbling skills and close control in limited spaces

– counter attack threat

– likes to be fielded in a free role as an attacking central midfielder, where he is given space to roam the pitch

– creative at his off-the-ball movements, and likes to find the best space to receive the ball with good timings, linking up the team’s midfield and attack

– likes to have the ball at his feet and run at opponents

– competent set-piece taker


He is best suited to playing as:

Attacking midfielder in 4-2-3-1.






Future Talents Cup 2015/2016 runner-up with Sparta.


League summary (as for 8 January 2017):

Czech First League 2016/2017 (ongoing): 1 match/0 goals (Sparta)



Christian Frydek comes from a very sport-oriented family. His father Martin was a very good footballer – an international of Czech Republic, while his older brother, Martin Junior, is also a Sparta Prague player. Christian is considered to be one of the most talented young players in Czech Republic. He made his professional debut for Sparta at the age of 17, on 4 May 2016 in a Czech Cup game against FK Jablonec. He made his league debut half a year later, on 20 November against MFK Karvina. In 2016, he was the only Czech player to feature on a list entitled “TOP 60 young talent in world football – born in 1999” by The Guardian.



‘The Frydek family is certainly doing something right. Martin Frydek Sr has his Euro 96 silver medal in a drawer at home while Martin Jr would have gone to Euro 2016 with the Czech Republic had he not suffered an injury before the tournament. Now the attention turns to Christian, seven years younger than Martin Jr, as he prepares to make the step up to Sparta Prague’s first team. He is a hard-working midfielder but also – just like his father – a very skilful player, a creative playmaker with a great football brain who can come up with the unexpected in every situation. “He has to work on his strength, though,” says Frydek Sr. “And I would like him to impose himself on games more. There are passages when you don’t notice him on the pitch.” Recently Frydek has been receiving some great advice in training. “He got called up to train with the first team last week and every day when he came home, all I heard was Rosicky this and Rosicky that,” says his father. When the former Arsenal playmaker retires, Sparta may well already have a successor in their ranks.’

(The Guardian)


Football Talent Scout potential rating:

7/10   BallBallBallBallBallBallBall

Country-scale star with top European club ambition.





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