Zlatan Ibrahimović

2008 Soccer - European Super Cup 2008 - F.C. Internazionale Milano vs. A.S. Roma - August 24, 2008

Ibrahimović in 2008, photo by PrPhotos

Place of Birth: Malmö, Sweden

Date of Birth: 3 October, 1981

Ethnicity:
*Bosniak (father)
*Croatian (mother)

Zlatan Ibrahimović is a Swedish professional footballer. He is considered one of the best players in the world. His father, Šefik Ibrahimović, born in Bijeljina, is a Bosniak (Bosnian Muslim). His mother, Jurka Gravić, born in the village of Prkos, near Škabrnja, in Croatia’s Zadar County, is a Croatian Catholic.

Zlatan grew up in Rosengård, a Malmö neighbourhood known for its immigrant communities. One of his first clubs was FBK Balkan. He is fluent in five languages. Zlatan has stated that he is a Catholic Christian.

Zlatan has two children with his partner Helena Seger.

Zlatan’s paternal grandparents were named Zećo Ibrahimović and Vasva Džinić.

Zlatan is said to have Albanian and/or Romani ancestry. It is not clear if there is evidence for these statements.

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Finnish-Italian guy,

15 Responses

  1. Masterlord says:

    Rumours also circulate that he is part Roma (Gypsy) on his mothers side

    • bablah says:

      He’s not. His mother doesn’t even look remotly Romany and she’s from a town that’s 100% Croatian.

      Anyway, his paternal grandparents were Zećo (this is probably short for something, but that’s the version I found) Ibrahimović and Vasva Džinić.

      • N.A.L says:

        He ,Mihajlovic and Quaresma are the most famous Gypsy football players .
        He does look Romany , but actually there’s no standard look,in fact a lot of them don’t look like Indians.
        Then I have to tell you , though people believe in this things , no town in Europe is 0% Romani,they are everywhere and also mixed with local people.
        In Calabria ,it is not uncommon to be a non Gypsy but having Gypsy recent origin.

    • Morrigan Ni Boii says:

      Gypsies are Asian Indian ancestry.

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