Daichi Kamada- FIFA, Stats, Transfer, Salary & Wife

Daichi Kamada is a Japanese footballer who plays in the position of a midfielder.

Kamada started played playing football at an early age and had a successful youth career in Japan. 

Moreover, his path towards becoming a professional football athlete began after joining the J.League club called Sagan Tosu.

Kamada currently represents Eintracht Frankfurt, a club that competes at Bundesliga. 

Daichi Kamada
Daichi Kamada

Daichi has also represented Japan national team throughout his senior career. 

Let’s get to know all about the early life, international career, professional career, family, and net worth of the famous Daichi Kamada.

First, here are some of the quick facts regarding the Japanese footballer. 

Daichi Kamada | Quick Facts 

Full Name Daichi Kamada
Birth Date5th August 1996
Age  26  years old
Birth PlaceEhime, Japan
NicknameDBasia
ReligionNot Available
NationalityJapanese
EducationHigashiyama Junior High School
HoroscopeLeo
Father’s NameFukushige Kamada
Mother’s NameNot Available
SiblingsDaime Kamada
Height5’11” (1.80m)
WeightNot Available
BuildAthletic
Shoe SizeNot Available
Eye ColorBlack
Hair ColorBlack
Marital StatusMarried
Spouse  Not Disclosed
ChildrenOne
ProfessionProfessional Football Player
Current Team  Eintracht Frankfurt
Number15
PositionMidfielder
Former TeamsSagan Tosu 
Net Worth€16 million
Awards and Achievements2x New Hero Awards of the Yamazaki Nabisco Cup

J League Goal of the Month- 2016

Team of the Week- 2017

Social MediaInstagram 
Last UpdateJuly, 2022

Daichi Kamada | Early Life, Family & Education 

Professional Japanese football athlete Daichi Kamada was born on 5th August 1996 in Ehime, Japan.

His father, Fukushige Kamada, was also a football player in his time.

His father worked at the Osaka University of Physical Education.

Moreover, there is no information regarding Daichi’s mother. 

Since Daichi’s father was once a footballer, he learned how to use his body while playing football under his father’s guidance.

Because of his guidance, Kamada was able to go back and forth amidst the attacking third and middle thirds, increasing his number of pass variations. 

Additionally, Daichi’s younger sibling, Daime Kamada, is also a football athlete. 

Growing up, Daichi was interested in playing football from a very young age.

When he was in sixth grade, he played at the Kids FC and helped his team win the TV Ehime Cup Ehime Prefectural Youth Soccer Championship U-12

Age, Height, and Body Measurements 

Daichi turned 26  years old in 2022.

Kamada has an athletic physique and stands at the height of 5’11” (1.80m). He has black hair, and so are his eyes. 

Moreover, Daichi is, Leo, and Leos are generally known for their protective and ambitious nature. 

Education 

Moving on to Daichi’s educational background, he attended Higashiyama Junior High School from 2012 to 2014.

He played football for his school football team and was also a captain of the team. 

However, Daichi didn’t go to college as he thought going to college was an unnecessary path for him.

He thought if he went to college and graduate, it would be too late for him to become a professional.

He always saw himself traveling around the world and playing the sport he loved.

Thus, he did not go to college and began his journey towards becoming a professional footballer after high school. 

Daichi Kamada | Career and Profession 

Before moving on to Kamad’s professional career, let’s look into Daichi’s youth career first. 

Youth Career 

Daichi joined a Japanese professional football club called Gamba Osaka when he was in Junior High.

After joining the club, he became part of the U-13 team of the J League

Unfortunately, because of injuries, Daichi had to let go of the club and return back to school.

He then joined Higashiyama Junior High School in 2012.

After joining the high school, he quickly made an impact on the school team as a midfielder. 

Daichi representing Frankfurt
Daichi representing Frankfurt

At the end of the 2013 season, Daichi appeared in eighteen matches and scored twenty goals. 

Moreover, during Daichi’s third year in high school, he became the team’s captain.

Kamada continued with his impressive performances and scored ten goals during the 2014 season, which made him the fourth top scorer.

Because of his performance, several J League clubs took an interest in him while representing his high school. 

Likewise, he joined the Sagan Tosu during the 2015 season, and the news was out on 17th November 2014. 

Professional Career 

Sagan Tosu

During the 2015 season, Daichi was loaned out by Sagan Tosu to J.League U-22, where he appeared in two matches.

Daichi During 2015 Season
Daichi During 2015 Season

Likewise, Kamada made his Sagan Tosu debut during the J League Cup, playing against Albirex Niigata as a substitute on 8th April 2015.

Moreover, on 10th May 2015, Daichi scored his first goal during his J.League debut. 

Daichi’s first five appearances during the 2015 season earned him New Hero Awards of the Yamazaki Nabisco Cup

Furthermore, after starting as a substitute, Daichi became the first-team regular player playing in the midfield position.

Even after suffering from an injury in the 2015 season, Kamada appeared in 28 games and scored three times during all competitions. 

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Injury 

Before the 2016 season, Daichi signed a contract with the Sagan Tosu and continued to play as the midfield. 

Kamada
Kamada representing Sagan Tosu

During the 2016 season, Daichi again won the New Hero Awards of the Yamazaki Nabisco Cup. 

Unfortunately, on 20th April 2016, during a match against Yokohama F. Marinos, Daichi suffered an elbow injury, and a substitute took over his place.

Later, he missed the game for two weeks. 

Moreover, Daichi came back to play on 13th May 2016 during a game against FC Tokyo, where he played for 55 minutes. 

On 18th June 2016, Daichi scored his first goal of the season while playing against Gamba Osaka.

After returning to the first team from injury, Daichi regained his first-team place for the remaining 2016 season.

Kamada then scored twice again in a 3–2 win against Kashiwa Reysol on 22nd October 2016.

Kamada’s goal against the Kashiwa Reysol earned him J League Goal of the Month honors in October.

He made 34 appearances and scored eight times in all competitions in the 2016 season. 

Last Season with Sagan Tosu 

Before the 2017 season, Daichi switched his jersey number from #24 to #7.

He also signed a contract extension with Sagan Tosu and continued to regain his first-team place as a midfielder at the start of the 2017 season. 

Moreover, due to Daichi’s performance while playing against the Hokkaido Consadole, Sapporo earned him the Team of the Week honors.

Kamada’s last appearance with the Sagan Tosu was on the 25th June 2017 match against Urawa Red Diamonds.

He scored the first goal in the game, and the club won by 2-1. 

Daichi Sagan Tosu
Daichi Sagan Tosu

Altogether, during the first half of the 2017 season, Kamada made 16 appearances while representing Sagan Tosu and scored three goals. 

Eintracht Frankfurt

Daichi joined the Bundesliga Club Eintracht Frankfurt in June 2017 after signing a four-year contract running until 2021.

Reportedly, Kamada’s transfer fee was about €2.5 million

Moreover, Kamada made his debut representing Frankfurt during a match against the TuS Erndtebruck, where he played for 73 minutes.

Likewise, he made his league debut in a match against SC Freiburg

Frankfurt’s manager Niko Kovac exclaimed about Daichi’s progress stating that he was excellent in his ball technique and was very good with the gaps. 

Furthermore, Kamada made four appearances in all competitions representing Frankfurt at the end of the 2017-2018 season.  

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Sint-Truide

On 1st September 2018, Daichi was loaned out by Frankfurt to Belgian side Sint-Truiden for the rest of the 2018–2019 season.

He quickly impacted the team after he scored on his debut match on 16th September 2018. 

After his debut for Sint-Truiden, Daichi quickly ascended himself in the first team, playing as midfielder and striker.

Between 6th October 2018 and 27th October 2018, Kamada recorded three consecutive goals in three matches while playing against Club Brugge, Royal Excel Mouscron, and K.V. Kortrijk. 

During the 2018–2019 season, Daichi had 36 appearances and recorded 16 goals in all competitions.

Daichi Kamada
Kamada representing Sint-Truiden

Return to Eintracht Frankfurt

Furthermore, during the 2019–2020 season, Daichi returned from Sint-Truiden and became the first-team regular player for Eintracht Frankfurt.

He played as a second striker for the team.

Upon returning, Kamada scored his first goal during a 5–3 win against Waldhof Mannheim in the DFB–Pokal.

Likewise, Daichi played against RC Strasbourg in both parts of the UEFA Europa League Play-Off Round and helped his team win with 3–1 on aggregate and reached the Group Stage.

Frankfurt manager Adi Hutter praised Kamada’s performance and stated that Kamada has matured and exhibited himself differently.

Second Injury 

Unfortunately, at the beginning of the 2020 season, Daichi sustained a torn ligament and had to stay out of the game throughout January. 

He returned to play on 1st February 2020 as the starting line-up and played for 54 minutes.

Moreover, even though the 2020 season was suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic, Daichi made 47 appearances and scored 16 times in all competitions representing Frankfurt. 

Kamada with his Teammates
Kamada #15 with his teammates

Kamada’s exceptional performances made him the club’s top scorer of the 2019–2020 season. 

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International Career

As Daichi was part of Japan’s youth team in 2015, the senior Japan team called Daichi again to represent the U21 squad.

Kamada made two appearances with the U21 team.

Similarly, Daichi became part of the Japan U23 squad in March 2016.

While representing the U23 team, his debut match was against the Mexico U23 as a 65th-minute substitute. 

Daichi made his first start while representing the Japan U23 in a game against Guinea U23 on 25th May 2016.

Kamada played for 64 minutes until a substitute took over him.

He went on to make four appearances for the U23 team. 

Moreover, Daichi could not make it to the Japanese squad playing for the 2019 AFC Asian Cup. However, he was called by the Japan squad on 15th March 2019. 

Thus, Kamada made his debut representing Japan’s national football team on 22nd March 2019 while playing in a friendly match against Colombia.

He scored his first goal for the team on a 6–0 win while playing against Mongolia on 10th October 2019. 

Daichi Kamada | Net Worth 

Daichi is one of the most influential football players in the Bundesliga.

Looking back at his contract details, his transfer from Sagan Tosu to Eintracht Frankfurt was around €2.5 million. 

Moreover, according to transfermarkt.com, Kamada’s market value from 2015 to 2017 ranged between €50 Thousand- €1.25 million.

Likewise, his market value from 2018-2020 was between €1 million- €16 million. 

Thus, we can state that-

The net worth of Daichi Kamada is approximately €4.2 million. 

Daichi Kamada | Wife and Children 

Kamada announced his marriage on 25th May 2017 and got married in December 2017. 

Daichi is very secretive about his personal matters, and he has not shared anything regarding his relationships, even on his social media. 

Kamada with his son
Kamada with his son

Thus, the name of his wife and the details regarding their relationship is unknown. 

Moreover, Daichi has a son, whose name is also not disclosed yet.

Reportedly, Daichi and his family live in Germany. 

Daichi Kamada | Social Media Presence 

Instagram40.4k Followers 

Common Queries about Daichi Kamada 

Did Daichi Kamada extend his contract with the Eintracht Frankfurt? 

Yes, Daichi Kamada signed a contract extension with Eintracht Frankfurt until 2023. 

Is Daichi Kamada the highest-paid Japanese football player in the world? 

No, Daichi Kamada is not the highest-paid Japanese football player in the world. 

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