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Kaká
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Personal information
Full name Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite
Date of birth 22 April 1982 (1982-04-22) (age 35)
Place of birth    Gama, Federal District, Brazil Brazil
Height 1.86 m (6 ft 1 in)
Playing position Attacking midfielder
Club information
Current club Flag of the United States Orlando City
Number 10
Youth clubs
1994–2000 Brazil São Paulo
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
2001-2003
2003–2009
2009–2013
2013-2014
2014-
2014
Brazil São Paulo
Flag of Italy Milan
Flag of Spain Real Madrid
Flag of Italy Milan
Flag of the United States Orlando City
BrazilSão Paulo (loan)
059 0(23)
193 0(70)
085 0(23)
030 00(7)
0000(1)
019 00(2)   
National team
2001
2002-
Brazil Brazil U20
Brazil Brazil
0000(1)
089 0(29)

Ricardo Izecson dos Santos Leite (born 22 April 1982), commonly known as Kaká or Ricardo Kaká, is a Brazilian footballer who currently plays for American club Orlando City and the Brazilian national team as an attacking midfielder. Kaká started his footballing career at the age of eight, when he began playing for a local club. At the time, he also played tennis, and it was not until he moved on to São Paulo FC and signed his first professional contract with the club at the age of 15 that he chose to focus on football.

In 2003 he joined Milan for a fee of €8.5 million. While at Milan, Kaká won the Ballon d'Or and FIFA World Player of the Year awards in 2007. After his success with Milan, Kaká joined Real Madrid for a transfer fee of €65 million. At the time, this was the second highest transfer fee (in euros) ever, behind only the €75 million fee for Zinedine Zidane. In addition to his contributions on the pitch, Kaká is known for his humanitarian work. In 2004, by the time of his appointment, he became the youngest ambassador of the UN World Food Programme. Kaká was the first sportsperson to amass 10 million followers on Twitter.

Honours

Clubs

São Paulo
Milan
Real Madrid

Country

Brazil

Individual

External links

Template:Orlando City SC squad

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Brazil – 2002 FIFA World Cup – Winners
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Brazil – 2003 CONCACAF Gold Cup

1. Gomes 2. Maicon 3. Luisão 4. Alex 5. Adriano 6. Paulo Almeida 7. Júlio Baptista 8. Kaká (c) 9. Ewerthon 10. Diego 11. Robinho 12. Alexandre Negri 13. Coelho 14. André Bahia 15. Nilmar 16. Nádson 17. Carlos Alberto 18. Motta

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Brazil – 2005 FIFA Confederations Cup
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Brazil – 2006 FIFA World Cup - Quarter-finals

1. Dida 2. Cafu (c) 3. Lúcio 4. Juan 5. Emerson 6. Roberto Carlos 7. Adriano 8. Kaká 9. Ronaldo 10. Ronaldinho 11. Zé Roberto 12. Rogério Ceni 13. Cicinho 14. Luisão 15. Cris 16. Gilberto 17. Gilberto Silva 18. Mineiro 19. Juninho 20. Ricardinho 21. Fred 22. Júlio César 23. Robinho

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Brazil – 2009 FIFA Confederations Cup

1. Júlio César 2. Maicon 3. Lúcio (c) 4. Juan 5. Felipe Melo 6. Kléber 7. Elano 8. Gilberto Silva 9. Luís Fabiano 10. Kaká 11. Robinho 12. Victor 13. Dani Alves 14. Luisão 15. Miranda 16. André Santos 17. Josué 18. Ramires 19. Júlio Baptista 20. Kléberson 21. Pato 22. Nilmar 23. Gomes

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Brazil – 2010 FIFA World Cup - Quarter-finals

1. Júlio César 2. Maicon 3. Lúcio 4. Juan 5. Felipe Melo 6. Michel Bastos 7. Elano 8. Gilberto Silva 9. Luís Fabiano 10. Kaká 11. Robinho 12. Gomes 13. Dani Alves 14. Luisão 15. Thiago Silva 16. Gilberto 17. Josué 18. Ramires 19. Júlio Baptista 20. Kléberson 21. Nilmar 22. Doni 23. Grafite

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