Who is Emilio Ballack? Michael Ballack’s Son Wiki, Age, Death, Instagram, Parents, Family, Height, Transfermarkt

Emilio Ballack Biography – Emilio Ballack Wiki

Emilio Ballack was the son of former Germany, Bayern Munich, Bayer Leverkusen, and Chelsea midfielder Michael Ballack with his ex-wife Simone Lambe. The former Germany captain has two more sons from his relationship with Lambe, born in 2001 and 2005. Emilio completed a three-week internship with German fourth-tier side Chemitzer FC in 2019.

Michael Ballack emerged with German side Kaiserslautern and then moved to Bayer Leverkusen in 1999. He soon became a staple of the German national team before transferring to Bundesliga giants Bayern Munich. He played for FC Bayern from 2002 to 2006. The three-time German Footballer of the Year won the league and cup double with the club in 2003, 2005, and 2006.

After the 2006 World Cup with Germany, he transferred to Chelsea, where he spent four seasons and won the Premier League title, League Cup and FA Cup three times. He rejoined Bayer Leverkusen in 2010 before retiring in 2012 after turning down moves to MLS and the A-League.

Emilio Ballack Age

Emilio was born on 19 September 2002 to Michael Ballack’s then-girlfriend Simone Lambe. He died on 5 August 2021, in Tróia Peninsula, Portugal. He was 18.

Emilio Ballack Michael Ballack – Michael Ballack Son

Emilio was the middle child of three sons whom Michael Ballack had with his ex-wife Simone Lambe. In February 2020, a photo of Michael Ballack with his son, Emilio, was shared to the former Chelsea and Germany midfielder’s official Instagram account (@michaelballackofficial). Emilio is survived by his father, Michael Ballack, mother, Simone Lambe, and brothers Louis and Jordi.

Emilio Ballack Death – Emilio Ballack Accident

Michael Ballack’s son, Emilio Ballack, died in a quad-bike accident in Portugal on 5 August 2021, at the age of 18. According to Portuguese media reports, the teenager had been riding on an uneven piece of land near the Ballack family home, when the bike rolled backwards and fell on top of him.

An officer based at Grandola near Troia told Mirror: “I know the dead man was the son of a well-known footballer but I don’t have details about who it was. The accident happened at the family home. The quad rider wasn’t on a public road and his was the only vehicle involved. The quad was on an uneven piece of land and at this stage it appears to have gone backwards and as it did fell on top of the victim and crushed him.”

Firefighters and police officers rushed to the incident but he was declared dead at the scene with psychologists also on hand to provide support to the family who were in the house at the time, according to one of the emergency responders. The teenager’s body has been taken to the Institute of Forensic Medicine in the city of Santiago de Cacem south of the scene of the accident for a post-mortem.

Michael Ballack’s former clubs Chelsea, Bayern Munich, and Bayer Leverkusen have expressed their condolences to the family.

Chelsea said in a statement on its website: “Everybody associated with Chelsea Football Club is shocked and saddened to learn of the death of Emilio Ballack at the terribly young age of 18. All our thoughts are with his father Michael and his family at this sad time.”

Bayern Munich said in a statement it was “united in grief with its long-serving player and his family”. FC Bayern president, Herbert Hainer, said: “This news is a huge shock for the whole FC Bayern family and for me personally. I’ve known and admired Michael for over 20 years, I am incredibly sorry for him and his family. I now wish them all the strength in the world.”

Emilio Ballack Instagram

Emilio Ballack’s Instagram handle is @emilioballack. Emilio had shared photos from his vacation on Instagram as recently as this past weekend. He posted photos of the sun setting on a Portuguese beach over the weekend as well as another snap of Comporta Beach Club, a trendy hangout near the scene of this morning’s crash. His account now appears to be offline.

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