Tattoos are now part of underground football culture. Nowadays it’s very easy to see the sleeves of a football player completely tattooed. Down are the most tattooed football players in the world.
6. David Beckham
Beckham is a legislator of football fashion of the 2000s. David introduced the fashion of tattoos to the world of football. David got his first tattoo in 1999, he filled the name of his first son. Several tattoos are dedicated to his wife Victoria.
He has no football tattoo. Just one tattoo “VII” as a lucky number.
5. Memphis Depay
Now the Olympique Lyonnais’ top scorer, Memphis Depay is totally addicted to tattoos. His heavily tattooed frame is covered in ink, not to mention a tattoo on the inside of his lip. Depay desires to shine, one finds it in the words that he got tattooed on the torso.
In tribute to his grandfather, Depay had a tattoo dedicated to him on his left arm. He says about it: “That man gave me a lot of strength and took great care of me. At that moment I thought to myself I’ve got to go for it. I know where I want to go, and that is the top.”
4. Zlatan Ibrahimovic
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Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s tattoos are by far the most socially aware. During a French Ligue 1 match on 16th February 2015, PSG vs Caen, Zlatan Ibrahimovic showed off 50 temporary tattoos for charity.
The former Man United forward also has a number of permanent tattoos on his body including a dragon and a set of playing cards.