THE BALL – ‘Big’-5: the youngest team ‘lives’ in Spain, the oldest in Germany (International)

The ‘SportingPedia’ site published this Wednesday an analysis of the ages in the five main European championships, the so-called ‘big’-5: England, Spain, Germany, Italy and France.

Among several curiosities, we know, for example, that the team with the lowest average age, in terms of players used, is Valencia (23 years and 256 days), from Spain, and that at the opposite is Bochum (29 years and 329 days), from Germany.

But there’s more: Ethan Nwaneri (Arsenal), who on Sunday became the youngest to play in the Premier League, aged 15 years and 181 days, is also, this season and so far, the youngest on the field in the five major championships. , a total of 98 teams. By the way, the oldest is Joaquin, from Betis, 41 years, one month and 13 days.

Finally, the average ages by championship in ascending order:

call 1: 26 years and 235 days

premier league: 26 years and 250 days

Bundesliga: 26 years and 278 days

A-series: 26 years and 356 days

the league: 27 years and 199 days

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