Armand Drevina

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Armand Drevina
birthday 3rd February 1994
place of birth HeinsbergGermany
size 172 cm
position Midfield (Defensive Midfield)
Years station
until 2008 BC 09 Oberbruch
2008–2012 Alemannia Aachen
Years station Games (goals) 1
2012-2014 Alemannia Aachen 28 0(0)
2013-2014 Alemannia Aachen II 7 0(1)
2014-2016 KFC Uerdingen 05 38 0(3)
2016– FC Wegberg-Beeck 79 (21)
1 Only league games are given.
Status: July 7, 2020

Armand Drevina (born February 3, 1994 in Heinsberg ) is a German football player with roots from Kosovo .


Drevina started his career in the Heinsberg district of Oberbruch with the BC 09 Oberbruch . In the summer of 2008 he left the BC 09 and switched to the D-youth of Alemannia Aachen . There he came to 36 A-youth Bundesliga games and scored one goal. He made his professional debut on the 18th matchday of the 3rd division in 2012/13 against the reserves of VfB Stuttgart . With Aachen he was relegated to the Regionalliga West in 2013 .

After being placed in the middle of the field in the 2013/14 season , he was bid farewell to Alemannia Aachen in summer 2014 and left his youth club. He then switched to league competitor KFC Uerdingen 05 . After Uerdinger's relegation to the regional league, he played with the club in the Oberliga Niederrhein until 2016 .

In May 2016, his move to FC Wegberg-Beeck became known. In his first season 2016/17 he rose with Wegberg-Beeck from the Middle Rhine League to the Regionalliga West. Relegation followed a year later.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Klaus Schmidt: Armand Drevina: "I was a plum, I couldn't do anything" . In: Aachener Zeitung . ( [accessed on March 8, 2017]).
  2. ^ Armand Drevina - Alemannia Aachen | offspring
  3. Player archive of Alemannia Aachen
  4. Aimen Demai extends his contract ,, from May 28, 2014
  5. Drevina changes to FC Wegberg-Beeck