Janek Sternberg from Werder Bremen continues his career at Ferencváros.
Janek Sternberg signed his contract to Ferencváros and continues his career in Budapest.
Janek Sternberg was born 19 October, 1992 in Bad Segerberg. He played in the youth teams of Leezener SC, SV Eichede and Hamburger SV. Sternberg also had four appearances in the German youth national team.
His first professional team was the reserves of Hamburger SV where he played 66 times and scored three goals. Between 2011 and 2013 he played in the first team of Hamburger SV, then signed to Werder Bremen’s second team.
In Bremen he had 47 appearances in one year and from 2014 he has been playing in the first team. He had his debut against Paderborn in the fall of 2014. They won 4-0, and Sternberg played 90 minutes.
The 24-year old, left-footed player plays Left Back but can also cover the wings in the middle field.
Biography Name: Janek Sternberg Place/date of birth: 1992.10.19., Bad Segeberg, Germany Position: Left Back Nationality: German Former clubs: Hamburger SV II (2011-2013), Hamburger SV (2011-2013), Werder Bremen II (2013), Werder Bremen (2014-2017)
“As the trees of Kosztolányi, so belonged I to Üllői Street. My foes might have said: Albert loiters on the FTC pitch like the trees from Üllői Street with a slight difference; they don’t have their arms on their hips. Well, I was indeed loitering; what’s more, sometimes with my arms on my hip, but between two loitering, I performed some tricks, scored some goals and pleased a few hundred thousand football friends. For me, the FTC stadium meant everything: I, the lad from the countryside, could have become and became somebody there. MY FORTUNE LEAD ME THERE SINCE SOMEWHERE UP IN THE SKY IT HAD BEEN DETERMINED THAT MY LIFE WOULD BE FERENCVÁROS.” - Flórián Albert