Aaron Mooy
Occupation: Soccer Player
Gender: Male
Age: 30 years old
Birth Day: September 15, 1990
Birth Place: Sydney
Nationality: Australia
Zodiac Sign: Virgo

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    Aaron Mooy Net Worth

    Aaron Mooy is a famous 30 years old Soccer Player. He was born on September 15, 1990 in Sydney, Australia. . Aaron Mooy plays for the team Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club with Alireza Jahanbakhsh, Andrew Crofts, Beram Kayal, David Button.
    Zodiac sign: Virgo. Nationality: Australia.


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    At the end of 2015, Melbourne City was offered $2 million to send Mooy to Saudia Arabia's Al-Nassr. It would have been the largest transfer fee ever paid for a player from Australia, but the team rejected the offer.

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    Family Life

    Aaron and his fiancé Nicola had a daughter named Skylar in late 2015.

    Before Fame

    Aaron Mooy played most of his youth career with the Bolton Wanderers before making his professional debut in 2010 with St. Mirren's of the Scottish Premier League.


    Aaron Mooy plays for the team Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club

    Team Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club Soccer Player
    # Name Age Nationality Birthday Height
    #1 Aaron Mooy Aaron Mooy 30 Australia September 15, 1990 N/A
    #2 Alireza Jahanbakhsh Alireza Jahanbakhsh 27 Iran October 8, 1993 N/A
    #3 Andrew Crofts Andrew Crofts 36 England May 29, 1984 N/A
    #4 Beram Kayal Beram Kayal 32 Israel May 2, 1988 N/A
    #5 David Button David Button 31 England February 27, 1989 N/A
    #6 Davy Propper Davy Propper 29 Netherlands September 2, 1991 N/A
    #7 Ezequiel Schelotto Ezequiel Schelotto 31 Argentina May 23, 1989 N/A
    #8 Glenn Murray Glenn Murray 37 England September 25, 1983 N/A
    #9 José Izquierdo José Izquierdo 28 Colombia July 7, 1992 N/A
    #10 Martin Montoya Martin Montoya 29 Spain April 14, 1991 N/A
    #11 Mathew Ryan Mathew Ryan 28 Australia April 8, 1992 N/A
    #12 Shane Duffy Shane Duffy 28 Northern Ireland January 1, 1992 N/A
    #13 Solomon March Solomon March 26 England July 20, 1994 N/A

    Biography Timeline


    Mooy made 10 appearances for the Young Socceroos between 2008 and 2009 and scored four goals. He played at the 2009 FIFA U-20 World Cup and played in two group stage games before Australia were eliminated, scoring in his second game against Brazil. He was called up to the senior Australian side in August 2009, for a friendly match against the Republic of Ireland.


    Mooy started his career in Europe as a youth scholar at Bolton Wanderers after being spotted by Chris Sulley. He rejected a contract extension from Bolton in July 2010 in search of more first team football.

    Mooy joined Scottish Premier League club St Mirren on 23 October 2010, and made his league debut for the Saints on the same day in a 3–0 loss to Hearts. On 18 January 2011, he scored his first goal for the club, in the fourth-round replay, in a 6–1 win over Peterhead. Having made 18 appearances and scoring once in all competitions, he was offered a new contract in April 2011 before agreeing a two-year contract with the club in May.


    The 2011–12 season was marked by Mooy having suffered a stress fracture in his back. As months went by, his recovery started going well. Soon after, he went to a specialist to get over his injury. On 17 December 2011, Mooy made his return, coming as a substitute, in a 1–1 draw against Motherwell and the next game, he scored his first league goal for the club against Rangers at St Mirren Park on Christmas Eve 2011.

    In late 2011, Mooy declared his desire to play for Australia at the 2012 Summer Olympics, however, they were unsuccessful in their qualifying campaign for London 2012.


    On 7 December 2012, he made his international debut with the Socceroos against Guam scoring a free-kick to open the scoring in a game the Socceroos would win 9–0. In the following game against Chinese Taipei, Mooy again scored a free-kick as the Socceroos won 8–0 and qualified for the EAFF East Asian Cup.


    After leaving St Mirren on a free transfer, Mooy returned to Australia and was announced as one of the three inaugural signings for new A-League club Western Sydney Wanderers on 25 June. He made his debut in the opening game of the season in a 0–0 draw against Central Coast Mariners and on 23 February 2013, he scored his first goal, in a 1–0 win over Perth Glory. He made 23 appearances and scored one goal in his first season with the Wanderers, who won the Premiership and made the grand final in their inaugural season. Mooy took part in his second successive A-League grand final the following season, as the Wanderers were named runners-up to the Championship for the second time in a row.


    Mooy was released by Western Sydney Wanderers on 21 May 2014, and was announced to have joined A-League rivals Melbourne City the same day. He scored his first goal against Brisbane Roar, and also scored in both fixtures against his former club Western Sydney Wanderers. At the end of the season he claimed Melbourne City's Player of the Year award and was the club's top scorer that season, also racking up eight assists. Mooy became the youngest ever marquee player in A-League history when he re-signed with Melbourne City for the 2015–16 season. On 29 September, he scored a hat-trick against Heidelberg United in the FFA Cup quarter finals with two of the goals coming from outside the box, and in doing this he also became the first ever City player to score a hat-trick in the FFA Cup. During his time with Melbourne City, Socceroos manager Ange Postecoglou labelled him the "best and most exciting player in the A-League", while former Socceroo goalkeeper Mark Bosnich described him as "the best Australian midfielder playing anywhere in the world". Melbourne City were reported to have rejected a $2m offer for Mooy from Saudi Arabia club Al-Nassr. On 5 March 2016, he assisted Bruno Fornaroli for two of his three goals to move to 20 assists for the season; an all time A-League record.


    On 11 March 2015, Mooy was selected in a squad to play Germany and Macedonia. On 3 September 2015, he scored the fifth goal in a 5–0 defeat of Bangladesh in a 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifier in Perth.


    Mooy was signed by Manchester City on a three-year deal on 30 June 2016.

    Six days after signing for Manchester City, Mooy was loaned to Championship side Huddersfield Town for the 2016–17 season. He made his Huddersfield debut in their 2–1 win over Brentford on 6 August, and scored his first goal for them on 10 September in a 1–0 win over Leeds United in a West Yorkshire derby. On 28 November 2016, he scored the equaliser in an eventual 2–1 loss at home to Wigan Athletic. Huddersfield Town fans voted Mooy as the best player of the season. Mooy was involved in the squad that won the play-off final, scoring one of Huddersfield's four penalties in the penalty shootout against Reading, which secured them Premier League status for the 2017–18 season, the first time in the club's history.


    On 15 June 2017, it was reported that Huddersfield had agreed a fee with Manchester City to sign Mooy on a permanent basis. The fee was reported to be an initial £8 million, potentially rising to £10 million depending on add-ons. City would also have a buy-back clause for Mooy. The transfer was finalised on 30 June. Mooy made his Premier League debut for Huddersfield in their first game of the 2017–18 season, a 3–0 win over Crystal Palace, Mooy himself involved in two of the goals. He scored his first Premier League goal one week later, the only goal of the game as Huddersfield defeated Newcastle United. On 21 October 2017, Mooy scored the opening goal as Huddersfield upset Manchester United 2–1 in a Premier League clash at John Smith's Stadium.


    In May 2018 he was named in Australia's 23-man squad for the 2018 World Cup in Russia.


    On 8 August 2019, Mooy joined Brighton & Hove Albion on a season long loan from Huddersfield Town. Mooy made his debut for The Seagulls coming on as a substitute in a 1–1 home draw against West Ham United on 17 August. Mooy's first start for The Albion came in the EFL Cup on 27 August in a 2–1 away win over Bristol Rovers. He made his first league start for Brighton in a 0–0 away draw at Newcastle United on 21 September.


    Mooy signed a permanent deal with Brighton on 24 January 2020, signing a three-and-a-half year contract.

    On 28 August 2020, it was announced that Mooy had signed for Chinese Super League team Shanghai SIPG after activating a £4 million release clause. Brighton head coach Graham Potter said upon his departure "I have really enjoyed working with him, and on behalf of everyone at the club I would like to thank him for his contribution and wish him well for the future".

    🎂 Upcoming Birthday

    Currently, Aaron Mooy is 30 years old. Aaron Mooy will celebrate 31st birthday on Wednesday, September 15, 2021. Below we countdown to Aaron Mooy upcoming birthday.


    Birthday Highlights

    28th birthday - Saturday, September 15, 2018

    Mooy nabs birthday EPL gong

    SOCCEROOS star Aaron Mooy has nabbed a Premier League gong on his birthday despite a moment of brilliance falling inches wide.

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    27th birthday - Friday, September 15, 2017

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