Mateusz Wieteska

Mateusz Wieteska








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Born in 1997, he grew up footballing in his hometown team, Legia Warsaw, with whom he made his debut at the age of just 17. After experiences on loan, again in Poland, in the ranks of Zabkovia Zabki, Chrobry Glogow and Górnik Zabrze, he made a name for himself with the capital's team: from the 2018-19 season he became one of the pivots of Legia's rearguard, winning two championships as a protagonist. He will leave the club after totalling 155 appearances and eight goals between national and international competitions.

In the summer of 2022, he moved to France to Clermont Foot 63 in Ligue 1: unaffected by the move to one of Europe's most important tournaments, he was able to take the stage immediately. An immovable starter, he made 35 appearances this season, contributing to the team's excellent finishing position of eighth place. Last 13 August he scored in the league against Monaco.

A stalwart of the youth national teams from U15 to U21, with a total of 68 appearances and 9 goals, he made his debut for the senior national team on 14 June 2022 in the Nations League against Belgium, then took part in the World Cup in Qatar.

A central defender, well-built physically and fast, he can be deployed in either a three or four-man line. Thanks to a good basic technique, he can set the play and come out of defence with the ball. Good in marking and one-on-one, he is particularly adept at aerial play, a skill that also allows him to be insidious in the goal area.

First Team

Under 19