Munas Dabbur

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Munas Dabbur
FC RB Salzburg versus SV Mattersburg (November 4, 2018) 21.jpg
Munas Dabbur (2018)
birthday May 14, 1992
place of birth NazarethIsrael
size 181 cm
position striker
Years station
2003-2010 Maccabi Ahi Nazareth
2010-2011 Maccabi Tel Aviv
Years station Games (goals) 1
2009-2010 Maccabi Ahi Nazareth 5 0(0)
2011-2014 Maccabi Tel Aviv 66 (22)
2014-2016 Grasshopper Club Zurich 82 (41)
2016-2019 FC Red Bull Salzburg 76 (44)
2017 → Grasshopper Club Zurich (loan) 13 0(7)
2019-2020 Sevilla FC 2 0(0)
2020– TSG 1899 Hoffenheim 12 0(3)
National team
Years selection Games (goals) 2
2011 Israel U19 7 0(3)
2011-2014 Israel U21 22 (13)
2014– Israel 21 0(7)
1 Only league games are given.
As of June 17, 2020

2 As of February 11, 2020

Munas Dabbur ( Hebrew מואנס דאבור, Arabic مؤنس دبور, DMG Muʾnas Dabbūr ; * May 14, 1992 in Nazareth ) is an Israeli soccer player . The striker is under contract with TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and is considered to be the most successful footballer of Arab origin in Israel. He has been part of the national team in his home country since 2014 .



Dabbur started his career in Maccabi Ahi Nazareth's youth department and moved to Maccabi Tel Aviv in 2010 . In the season 2011/12 the Ligat ha'Al he scored eight goals for Maccabi Tel Aviv in 26 games. In the 2012/13 season he won the Israeli championship with Maccabi. With ten goals in 26 games and two goals at the beginning of the season against Maccabi Haifa , he contributed significantly to winning the championship.

On February 4, 2014, he moved to the Swiss record champions Grasshopper Club Zurich . On February 16, 2014, he played for the first time in the Raiffeisen Super League against FC St. Gallen . He scored his first two goals of the season for GC in the 5-1 win against the Swiss from Eastern Switzerland and provided a template .

In May 2016 it became known that Dabbur will leave the club after the end of the season and join the Austrian champions FC Red Bull Salzburg . In February 2017 he returned to the Grasshopper Club Zurich on loan for half a year. After his return, the attacker became a regular and most important offensive player for Salzburg. He won the Austrian national championship three times in a row with the club and the ÖFB Cup twice . Dabbur was twice the top scorer in the Bundesliga in the shirt of RB , played with the team regularly in the European Cup and was able to score 72 goals and prepare 31 in 128 competitive games.

For the 2019/20 season he moved to Spain to FC Sevilla , where he received a contract that ran until June 2023. In Seville, the striker was only used regularly in the Europa League , where he was able to score three goals in six games, in the Primera División he came only to two short appearances in the first half of the season.

Within the winter transfer window, the Israeli was signed by the German Bundesliga club TSG 1899 Hoffenheim and received a contract valid until June 2024.

National team

Dabbur in the Israeli U-21 national team (2013)

In 2013 he took part with the Israeli U21 national team in the U21 European Championship 2013 in his own country. After three games, of which Dabbur attacked two from the start, the tournament was over for the hosts. In 2014, Dabbur was appointed to the senior national team for the first time . He made his debut in June 2014 in a friendly against Honduras . Dabbur scored his first goal in September 2015 in the European Championship qualifier against Andorra .

titles and achievements

With the club

Maccabi Tel Aviv

FC Red Bull Salzburg

Individual successes


Dabbur is Muslim . His brother, Anas , is also a professional soccer player. Her father Kasam was killed in a car accident in 2009.

Web links

Commons : Munas Dabbur  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Raphael Gellar: Is Israel in the way of the rise of Arab-born footballers? Vice-Sports from April 10, 2015.
  2. בָּרוּךְ הַבָּא MUNAS!, May 13, 2016, accessed May 13, 2016
  3. Dabbur switched to GC on loan on February 14, 2017, accessed on February 22, 2017
  4. The Israeli forward Dabbur signs for four seasons and will arrive next season, on January 17, 2019, accessed on January 17, 2019
  5. Dabbur storms for TSG, on January 7, 2020, accessed on January 7, 2020
  6. Profile of Anes Dabur., accessed on June 16, 2018 .
  7. Munas Dabbur from Red Bull Salzburg in an interview: "The shock was written on our faces for days". Retrieved July 16, 2019 .