Noah Botic

Noah Botic Signs New Two Year Contract With Western United

Noah Botic has been an incredible player for Western United this season. After scoring four goals in six matches with them – earning himself the Dylan Tombides medal at AFC U16 Championship 2018 before going on to appear at FIFA U17 World Cup – he quickly established himself as an important regular starter and established his value on a regular basis.

Early Life and Education

Noah Botic was recently recognized for his sterling form at Western United by signing a two-year deal to stay with them as A-League Men’s champions. One of Australia’s most promising young strikers, and cousin of Socceroo Tomi Juric – Noah is now committed until 2025 with Western United.

Transitioning from Sydney’s NPL to Germany’s top flight was never going to be an easy journey for Sydney’s NPL starlet Joeys player to Hoffenheim was impressive since his move. Once compared to Mark Viduka, Joey has settled well since joining Hoffenheim and could feature at next month’s U-17 World Cup tournament in Brazil.

He went on trial at Manchester United for one week and attracted interest from Everton, Bayern Munich, and Liverpool before signing with Bayern’s youth squad in August.

Professional Career

Noah Botic is an Australian footballer currently playing as a Striker (ST) for Western United FC in the A-League. At 183 cm tall and 74 kg he boasts an FC 24 Rating of 55 with Potential Rating of 62 (+7 Growth). Additionally he possesses two skill moves on his Right foot with both Attacking Work Rates and Defensive Work Rates being Medium.

At the 2018 AFC U18 Championships, former Hurstville Zagreb junior was an outstanding performer, winning Australia’s Dylan Tombides medal and earning himself an opportunity with Manchester United. Since then he has established himself in Western United’s starting XI and proven his credentials as one of Australia’s most promising young strikers, earning himself an Olyroos call-up this month and scoring five goals in just four matches!

Achievement and Honors

Botic’s efforts at youth level were recognized with the award of the inaugural Dylan Tombides medal in 2019. Botic earned this honour for his performances with Joeys and Australia under-17s; he shared joint top scorer honors at AFC U-16 Championships without playing in final; scored four times during FIFA under-17 World Cup for Australia despite missing final game

After trials with Manchester United and interest from other clubs, he made the leap to Germany signing a two-year scholarship contract with Bundesliga club Hoffenheim in Germany. As reigning A-League Men’s Golden Boot winner and Young Player of the Year after scoring six goals for Western United this season he has also been honored in 2023 A-League Team of Year alongside fellow young striker Nectar Triantis.

Personal Life

Noah Botic is already making waves in his football career at only 19 years old. After touring Europe and attending trials at Manchester United and Everton as well as Bayern Munich – including trials with both clubs – in 2019, Botic signed a two-year youth contract at Hoffenheim, the club that produced players like Pedri Fati and Roberto Firmino.

At youth level, his goalscoring prowess saw him win Australia’s inaugural Dylan Tombides medal and be included in English newspaper The Guardian’s list of ’60 best young talents. Now under coach John Aloisi at Western United, the promising forward looks poised to make an impressionful mark in the A-League.

Botic has made no secret of his desire to join the A-League, and it is easy to see why. His skillset and playstyle has drawn comparisons with Australia legend Mark Viduka while his goalscoring form made him one of the most talked about newcomers to the league in 2021.

Net Worth

Botic has amassed an estimated net worth of $5 Million through his career and endorsement deals. He currently is dating Floor Isabel ‘t Hart.

Noah Vinko Botic (born 11 January 2002) is an Australian professional footballer currently playing for Western United FC in the Australian A-League as a Striker with squad number 38. Often compared with Socceroos striker Mark Viduka.

FM 2023 gives him a Player Rating of 55 and Potential of 62, along with attributes of high shot power, acceleration and passing accuracy. Right-footed with medium attacking and defensive work rates. At 183 cm tall and sporting an athletic physique. A young player with immense potential.

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