Antonio Zarzana by Kevin @Sevilla4Life

Antonio Zarzana
by Kevin @Sevilla4Life


Full Name: Antonio Zarzana

Nationality: Spain

Date of Birth: 21, March 2002 (16)

Birthplace: Jerez de la Frontera, Spain

Height: 5’8 (1.77 m)

Youth Club: Sevilla Fútbol Club

Current Club: Sevilla Fútbol Club/Sevilla Atlético and Sevilla U-19’s (Juvenil A)

Number: 38* (Sevilla Atletico) and 7* (Sevilla U-19’s)

Current National Team: Spain U-17 and Andalusian U-19

Position: Attacking Midfield and Right Wing

Preferred Foot: Left

Market Value: –

Tournaments Participated In: 2018 Spanish National Championship of Autonomous Teams, 2014 La Liga Promises Tournament

Contract Until: –

Player’s Agent: Media Base Sports

Transfer Rumors: Real Madrid, Liverpool

Similar Players: Phillipe Coutinho



– Dribbling
– Flair
– Set Pieces
– Vision
– Technique
– Creativity
– Work Rate
– Ball Control
– Passing
– Pace and Acceleration
– Agility



– Physicality


Style of Play:

– Versatile attacking midfielder who can play on the wings as well as in the middle
– Loves to dribble
– Likes to play through balls
– Quick feet
– Takes accurate long shots

– Variety of skill moves and tricks
– Competent set piece taker
– Good crosser of the ball
– Accurate wide range of passing
– Takes opponents on
– Good ball control and first touch
– Good off the ball movement



He is Best Suited Playing As…






2018 Spanish National Championship of Autonomous Teams (Andalusian U-16/ Winner)


League Summary (As of 11 Ferburary 2019):

La Liga 123 (Spanish Segunda Division): 1 Match/ 0 Goals (Sevilla Atletico), División de Honor
Juvenil Group 4: 8 Matches/ 3 Goals/ 4 Assists (Sevilla U-19)



Zarzana first broke onto the stage as a 12 year-old in the 2014 La Liga Promises Tournament with an amazing roulette goal that saw him compared to none other than Zinedine Zidane. Over time, Zarzana has improved and evolved his game to become more versatile and is one of the pearls of the Sevilla academy. In May of 2018, a 16 year-old Zarzana made his professional and senior debut with Sevilla’s B team (Sevilla Atlético) in the Second division and he nearly scored despite only playing around 5 minutes. Zarzana has become a regular with the Spain U-17 and U-16 levels as well as with the regional Andalusian U-19 and U-17 national teams. However, it is still to be seen where Zarzana is most comfortable playing as his versatility means he has been played on both wings as well as at the central attacking midfield role. Regardless, the future is bright for the 16 year-old and he has already been linked with massive European clubs such as Real Madrid and Liverpool.


Football Talent Scout potential rating:

8/10   BallBallBallBallBallBallBallBall

First team material in a top European club.

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