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Jérôme Boateng Height, Weight, Age, Body Statistics

Born Name

Jérôme Agyenim Boateng

Nick Name

Boateng, Boa

Jerome Boateng prior to a friendly match between Germany and Slovakia on May 29, 2016
Jerome Boateng prior to a friendly match between Germany and Slovakia on May 29, 2016

Sun Sign


Born Place

Berlin, West Germany




Boateng attended secondary school in his hometown in Germany.


Professional Footballer


  • Father – Prince Boateng
  • Mother – Martina Boateng
  • Siblings – Kevin-Prince Boateng (Older Half-Brother) (Professional Footballer), Avelina Boateng (Sister), George Boateng (Older Brother) (Rapper / Musician)


Jerome is signed with SAM SPORTS.


Defender / Centre Back

Shirt Number





6 ft 3½ in or 192 cm


90 kg or 198½ lbs

Girlfriend / Spouse

Jerome Boateng is engaged to Sherin Senler. Together, the couple have two twin girls named Soley and Lamia, born on March 8, 2011.

Jerome Boateng and his fiancee Sherin Senler
Jerome Boateng and Sherin Senler

Race / Ethnicity


He is of Ghanaian descent on his father’s side while he has German ancestry on his mother’s side.

Hair Color


Eye Color

Dark Brown

Sexual Orientation


Distinctive Features

  • Towering height
  • Tattoos
  • Muscular body


Jerome Boateng’s body specifications may be –

  • Chest – 44 in or 112 cm
  • Arms / Biceps – 16 in or 41 cm
  • Waist – 34 in or 86 cm

Jerome Boateng shirtless body
Jerome Boateng shirtless body

Brand Endorsements

Boateng has been endorsed by the sportswear brands such as Nike, JBL and PlayStation.

He has also appeared in TV adverts for Unisport, Edel-Optics, Philips, etc.


Jerome’s religious beliefs are not known.

Best Known For

Being a very strong and powerful centre-back with extraordinary physical strength and athleticism.

First Football Match

Jerome played his first official match for Hertha BSC against Hannover 96 during the 2006-2007 season.

Boateng had his debut for Manchester City on September 25, 2010 in a 1-0 win over Chelsea.

On July 27, 2011, Jerome debuted for Bayern Munich in a match of the Audi Cup 2011 against A.C. Milan.

He first performed in a league match as a member of Bayern on August 6, 2011 against Borussia Monchengladbach.

Boa played his first official match for the national team of Germany on October 10, 2009 against Russia.


  • Passing
  • Strength
  • Focus
  • Tackling
  • Tough


  • Aerial Duels
  • Discipline

First Film

He has not acted in a movie yet.

First TV Show

Other than football matches itself, Jerome performed in a TV series documentary called Das aktuelle Sportstudio in 2010 as himself.

Personal Trainer

Jerome Boateng’s workout and diet routine are not known.

Jerome Boateng Favorite Things

  • Food – Rice with chicken breast filet in a mustard-cream sauce
  • Drink – Sprite, Red Bull
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Jerome Boateng in action during a friendly match against Hungary on June 4, 2016 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany
Jerome Boateng in action during a friendly match against Hungary on June 4, 2016 in Gelsenkirchen, Germany

Jerome Boateng Facts

  1. Boa began his career in the youth categories of Tennis Borussia Berlin and then shifted to Hertha BSC in 2002.
  2. He was called to the first team of Hertha BSC on January 31, 2007.
  3. In the summer of 2007, German media connected Boateng with a possible transfer to another Bundesliga team, Hamburger SV. That was the biggest reason why Jerome didn’t extend his contract with Hertha for five more years.
  4. Jerome was part of the German national team who competed at the 2010 FIFA World Cup.
  5. On June 5, 2010, Boateng penned a five-year deal with the English Premier League club Manchester City for a price of 10.4 million British pounds. While in Manchester, Boa wore a shirt with his favorite number 17.
  6. Boa’s hobbies include listening to music, traveling, playing tennis and spending time with friends.
  7. Although his father is from Ghana, Jerome has never visited the country.
  8. He competed for the U-17, U-19, and U-21 national teams of Germany. Jerome won the 2009 UEFA European Championship with the U-21 German squad.
  9. Visit his official website @
  10. Follow Jerome on his Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram.

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