Quick Facts About Artem Dovbyk
|Celebrated Name||Artem Dovbyk|
|Nick Name||Artem Dovbyk|
|Birth Name||Artem Dovbyk|
|Place Of Birth||Cherkasy, Ukraine|
|Awards||2016-17 Ukrainian Premier League Best Young Player.|
|Height||6 ft. 1 inches|
|Source of Wealth||Football Career|
|Current Club||SC Dnipro-1|
Artem Dovbyk is a Ukrainian highly rated professional football player who performs for Ukrainian Premier League club SC Dnipro-1 and the Ukraine national side as a central forward. He started playing soccer for the youth team of Cherkaskyi Dnipro in 2010 and started his career at the same club. He has previous played for Dnipro, Zaria Balti (loan), Midtjylland, & SonderjyskE on loan. Currently, he is performing for SC Dnipro-1.
On the international level, he has served Ukraine at various age levels. He has served Ukraine at U18, U21, and the senior level. He made his international introduction for Ukraine on 31 March 2021 in a World Cup qualifier. In June 2021, he was added in Ukraine’s squad for UEFA Euro 2020.
What is Artem Dovbyk Famous For?
- Being a professional football player who plays as the central striker.
- Won the 2014/15 Ukrainian Second League with club Cherkaskyi Dnipro.
- Won the 2016 Moldovan Tittle with Zaria Balti.
- Won the 2017/18 Danish Superliga Tittle with Midtjylland.
- Won the 2018/19 Danish Tittle with Midtjylland.
- Won the 2019/20 Danish Cup with SonderjyskE.
- Won the 2016/17 Ukrainian Premier League Best Young Player award.
Where is Artem Dovbyk From?
Artem Dovbyk was reportedly born on 21 June 1997. His birthplace is Cherkasy, Ukraine. Particular about his parents has been kept hidden and not been published yet. He holds Ukrainian nationality. His religion is Christianity. His horoscope symbol is Cancer.
Artem Dovbyk Club Career
- He began playing football for the youth side of Cherkaskyi Dnipro in 2010 and began his profession at the club. With the club, he won the 2014/15 Ukrainian Second League, tallying 7 goals.
- On 1 July 2015, he agreed for Dnipro on a free transfer.
- On 9 April 2016, he was then sent on a three-month loan spell to Moldovan club FC Zaria Balti where he made a total of 3 appearances for the club as Zaria Balti gained the 2016 Moldovan Cup.
- During his 2016/17 season, he returned to Dnipro from a loan where he made a total of 23 appearances for the club, tallying 6 goals in all the competitions as he acquired the Ukrainian Premier League Best Young Player award that season.
- On 31 January 2018, he agreed for Midtjylland on a free transfer. He got his first appearance for the club on 1 March 2018 in a 1-0 loss versus Brondby IF. On 9 April 2018, he tallied his first goal for the club in a 3-2 win versus FC Copenhagen. In his first season, he made 12 presentations for the club, tallying once in all the competitions as Midtjylland acquired the Danish Superliga that season.
- During his 2018/19 season, due to his injury, he juggled most of the matches where he achieved to make 6 appearances for the club in all the meetings as Midtjylland won the Danish Cup that season.
- On 2 September 2019, he was loaned out to SonderjyskE side for the 2019/20 season. On 5 September 2019, he tallied twice on his debut in a 5-0 win versus BK Viktoria in the second round of Sydbank Pokalen. During his loan time at SonderjyskE, he made 23 appearances for the side, scoring 4 goals and providing other 1 assist in all the meetings as SonderjyskE won the Danish Cup that season.
- On 1 August 2020, he agreed for SC Dnipro-1. He made his first appearance for the club on 23 August 2020 in a 1-1 draw versus Ingulets. On 30 September 2020, he tallied a hat-trick in a 5-3 win versus Girnyk-Sport in the third round of the Ukrainian Trophy. On 18 October 2020, he tallied his first league goal for the club in a 2-0 win versus Desna. In his first season, he made a total of 27 appearances for the club, totaling 10 goals and providing 2 assists in all the competitions.
Artem Dovbyk International Career
- He has represented Ukraine at different age levels.
- He has represented Ukraine at Under 18, U21, and even the senior level.
- At the age of 19yrs, he earned his first call up to the full national team when he was listed in the 31-player senior squad for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification match versus Iceland on 5 September 2016, but not given a debut for it.
- He took part in the 2017 UEFA European Under 21 Championship as a 19-year-old and engaged in the 2019 UEFA European Under 21 Championship qualification.
- He made his international first appearance for Ukraine on 31 March 2021 in a 1-1 draw versus Kazakhstan in a World Cup qualifier.
- In June 2021, he was added in Ukraine’s squad for UEFA Euro 2020.
- On 29 June 2021, he made his first appearance in UEFA Euro 2020, as a substitute for Andriy Yarmolenko in the added time of the round of 16 versus Sweden where he tallied the winning goal in the stoppage time of the overtime to secure a 2-1 win for Ukraine and qualification to the quarter-finals.
Artem Dovbyk Girlfriend
Looking at his private life, Artem Dovbyk is not alone. He is reportedly dating a pretty girl. He has not shared many aspects about his relationship status. He had shared a several of pictures with his reported sweetheart on his social media accounts. The young professional footballer is focusing on his professional occupation. Every update on his love life will be done here.
Artem Dovbyk Height and Weight
Artem Dovbyk stands at a nice height of 1.84m i.e. 6 feet & 1 inch tall. He has a bodyweight of about 76kg. He has an athletic body build. His eye color is blueish and his hair color is blonde. His sexual orientation is understood to be straight.
Artem Dovbyk Net Worth and Salary
Artem Dovbyk earns from his professional occupation as a football player. His income is from deals, salaries, bonuses, & endorsements. As of 2021, his net worth & salary are not disclosed yet. His market value is approximately €1 million. Any updates on his net worth & salary will be done updated here soon.
Did You Know?
- At the age of 13 yrs he started playing professional soccer .
- He wear jazzy shirt number 7 for SC Dnipro-1.
- 2016/17 Ukrainian Premier League Best Young Player award.
- At the age of 19yrs, he got his first call up to the full national side when he was listed in the 31-player senior team for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualification match facing Iceland on 5 September 2016, but not given a debut for it.