Marco Djuricin

Team FK Austria Wien FK Austria Wien
Position Forward
Height / weight 1.83 m / 72 kg
Born Dec 12, 1992
Nationality Austria Austria
Team History
FK Austria Wien FK Austria Wien 2021 - present
FK Austria Wien FK Austria Wien 2021 - present
Karlsruher SC Karlsruher 2019 - present
Grasshopper-Club Zurich Grasshopper-Club Zurich 2018 - 2019
Grasshopper-Club Zurich Grasshopper-Club Zurich 2017 - 2018 (loan)
FC Red Bull Salzburg 2015 - 2018
Ferencvarosi TC Ferencvarosi 2016 - 2017 (loan)
Brentford FC Brentford 2015 - 2016 (loan)
SK Sturm Graz SK Sturm Graz 2013 - 2014
SSV Jahn Regensburg 2012 - 2013 (loan)
Hertha BSC Berlin Hertha Berlin 2010 - 2013
SSV Jahn Regensburg 2012 (loan)
Hertha BSC II 2010 - 2012
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Marco Djuricin is a professional football player playing for Hertha BSC Berlin. This Austrian football player plays as a striker for teams like Austria Wien, Hertha BSC and Austria national football team.

Marco was born in Vienna, Djuricin, from where he began to play football for Austria Wien team. Later on, he joined Rapid Wien in 2006. After two years, he signed with Hertha BSC, joining the youth academy of Berlin based club. In 2009-10, in spite of his efforts of scoring a goal, his team lost to 1899 Hoffenheim by 2-1.

In 2010, Marco participated in the training camp during which, Markus Babbel, Hertha coach was very much impressed by his performance and called him for the remaining pre-season friendlies. Marco was the top goal scorer during these games of this club with seven goals.

After players like Daniel Beichler, Patrick Ebert and Raffael got injured, Djuricin got a call to join the first team of Hertha for a fixture, with the first match being in 2010-11. He was a substitute in the 18th minute replacing Rob Friend, who got injured himself. He scored two goals and was a permanent member of the first team.

With right to his international career, Djuricin made his international debut for the U17 team of Austria. At the 2010 U19 European championship, he was the goal scorer with the team’s only goal of the tournament. But, this goal was enough to secure Austria with a victory over the team of Netherlands and a spot at the U20 World Cup in 2011, which Djuricin missed after he got injured shortly before the first match.

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