Mario Götze - NFT-ART No 1
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A Taste of Sport Edition - Mario Götze with 9 unique NFTs
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Mario Götze was born on June 3, 1992, in Memmingen, Germany.
He started his professional football career with Borussia Dortmund in 2009 and made his senior team debut in 2010 at the age of 17.
Götze has played for several clubs during his career, including Bayern Munich and PSV Eindhoven.
He is known for his technical skills, speed, and versatility on the field.
Götze has represented the Germany national team since 2010 and scored the winning goal in the 2014 FIFA World Cup Final against Argentina.
In the 2010-11 season, Götze became the youngest player ever to score for Borussia Dortmund in the Bundesliga.
He has a close relationship with his younger brother, Felix, who is also a professional football player.
Götze is a big fan of basketball and has said that if he weren't a football player, he would want to play in the NBA.
He is married to Ann-Kathrin Brömmel, a German model and singer.
Götze is a supporter of several charitable causes, including education and climate change. He has also donated money to support COVID-19 relief efforts.