Saturday 17 October 2015

Top 10 Tattooed Footballers

Here is some of tattooed Top 10 footballers

1. Lionel Messi:
Nation team, club: Argentina, Barcelona
The first tattoo that Lionel Messi got was of his mother. Paying respect to his mother, he got his mother’s face tattooed on his back which symbolizes the immense amount of love that he has for his mother.
The second tattoo he got was somewhere in late 2012, and needless to say this tattoo was done to celebrate the birth of his son Thiago.
Another tattoo on his right triceps which tells us that Lionel Messi is really a religious person. He has a tattoo of Jesus Christ on his triceps.

2. David Beckham:
National team, club: Former England, Real Madrid
David Beckham has lots of tattoos covering his body most of which are inked on his left and right arms. Rumor has it that almost all of David Beckham’s tattoos have been inked by longtime tattoo artist Louis Malloy, who has been inking tats on people for more than 24 years. It’s obvious that David Beckham loves tattoos, and each of the numerous tats on the soccer star’s arms is a critical part of Davis Beckham’s sleeve tattoos and represents an important part of his life.
Tiny Black “99” Tat on his pinkie
“Victoria” (wife) Sanskrit Tattoo on his left arm
Roman Numerals Tattoo on his right arm

3. Neymar:
National team, club: Brazil, Barcelona
He’s a young gun and rising star but his collection of tattoos is impressive. A crown tats for his son, his sister’s name, and several Portuguese sayings to symbolize his youthful joy. Maybe he’ll add a World Champion tattoo this summer with his pal Dani Alves.”

4. Sergio Ramos:
National team, club: Spain, Real Madrid
“The midfielder’s set of tattoos compose a more humble image than the relentless wins with Spain and Real Madrid might suggest. Dedications to his parents and siblings are alongside an eagle, Japanese characters, the World Cup 2010 and a ghoul holding a football. But most significantly, he dedicated each of his biceps to those killed in the terrorist attacks in the USA on 11 September 2001 and in Spain on 11 March 2004.”

5. Zlatan Ibrahimovic:
National team, club: Sweden, Paris Saint German
“He’s Swedish but we have to give him a shout-out. He has it all going on – a red dragon on his back, a Japanese Koi fish (chosen because it swims against the grain, like Zlatan), a Native American feather on his back, ‘Only God Can Judge Me’ on his rib cage, an ace of hearts playing card on his belly…Apparently he’s addicted to tattoos.

6. De Maria:
National team, club: Argentina, Paris Saint German
On the left underarm of di Maria is a text, saying “To be born at El perdriel was and will be the best thing that has ever happened to me in my life”.
El Perdriel is a small slumquater in Rosario, which is the third largest city in Argentina, where he met his best friends. Di Maria also tells that six of his friends also had the same tattoo made.

7. Daniel Alves:
National team, club: Brazil, Barcelona
“Alves plays for Barcelona and Brazil, so he’s experienced a lot of success, but because he’s a man of few words, he lets the tattoos do the talking. His arms are adorned with Catholic images and dedications to his family, and the odd mess up: mainly his ink of his ex-wife Dina on his shoulder. They split in 2011. The real masterpiece, though, is his son’s name emblazoned in giant script across his chest.”

8. Ezequiel Lavezzi:
National team, club: Argentina, Paris Saint German
“Lavezzi takes his work and his tattoos seriously, sporting a collection of portraits of Catholic symbols, including the Virgin Mary on his forearm and Jesus on his chest. The most prominent is a dedicated on his ribs to his fellow Argentinean and football idol, Diego Maradona, heading a ball, but a colorful ink of an evil clown on his shoulder is difficult to overlook. Then there’s the hand-cuffed pocket-watch he had inked on his back in December…”

9. Kevin prince Boeteng:
National team, club:  Ghana, Schalke
“I love it when footballers get tattoos in honor of their team! Prince has an AC Milan tattoo on one arm and a map of Africa with Ghana inscribed inside on the other. He also has an unusual tribute to his recurring knee injuries, a spider’s web inked on his left knee. He told a German newspaper it had a certain symbolism, because a spider web always comes back – and so it is with the knee.”

10. Daniel Agger:
National team, club: Denmark, Liverpool
Obviously I have to go with the hometown hero here. He is Danish, one of the top defenders in the world, and is covered in ink. Besides several emblematic Viking tattoos and Danish scriptures, he has a Latin scripture reading ‘Death is certain, its hour is not’ on his neck, and his most recent addition of YNWA (You’ll never walk alone – a Liverpool motto) on his knuckles shows his loyalty to the Liverpool fans. He’s my partner on – we’re striving to create the world’s biggest site for tattoo design.”

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