Dennis Aogo Biography

A German professional footballer, Dennis Aogo is the man of his words and got at the position he always dreamt of. He is well-recognized for playing as a left-back and midfielder for VfB Stuttgart. He got fame for his work as a winger on Germany’s national team.

Early Life

Talented player Dennis Aogo was born on 14th January 1987 and grew up in Oberreut, a suburb in the southwest of Karlsruhe, Baden-Wurttemberg to parents Samuel and Marion Aogo. However, in 2000, when his parents got divorced, he moved with his father to Bruchsal. He grew up with his siblings Jocelyne, Titi, Dominik, Francis. He has the whole-hearted support of his family to opt for football as a profession.

After shifting to Bruchsal, he left Karlsruhe SC to join Waldhof Mannheim. Later in 2002, when he was 15, he attended their youth academy alongside graduating with Mittlere Reife at Max-Weber-Schule in Freiburg. There is not much information available regarding his education and qualification. Nevertheless, given his accomplishments, he appears to be well educated.

Dennis Aogo Career

He was a huge fan of football since he was a toddler and always dreamt to become a footballer. He professionally began his journey in football by playing with Karlsruher SC academy and has also shown his moves at numerous youth levels including the U15s and U16s. Dennis made his first debut for Germany in their first preparation game against Malta in a 3-0 victory on 13th may 2010, playing 79 minutes, before being replaced. He has been a member of SC Freiburg academy since 2004 and announced his debut in the Bundesliga when he was 17 and immediately won a place in the center of midfield.

In 2008, Aogo joined Bundesliga club Hamburger SV and fortunately became the part of starting line-up, and played mostly as a left-back. Later Aogo got committed to Schalke 04, when they agreed to transfer fee terms in June 2014 and signed the contract till 30 June 2017. After completion of his contract, on 9th august 2017, he moved to VfB Stuttgart. Later, on 3rd September 2019, Hannover 96 announced the signing of Aogo on a free transfer. However, in early 2020, he agreed on the termination of his contract with the club. Unfortunately, after all these years of playing, Aogo announced his retirement from playing in August 2020.

Dennis Aogo Biography

Real Name Dennis Aogo
Birth Date January 14, 1987
Age (as of 2021) 34 Years
Birth Place Karlsruhe, West Germany,
Nationality German
Profession Former Soccer Player
Religion Christianity
Sun sign Capricorn

Physical Statistics

Height in feet inches – 6’ 0” – in Centimeters – 184 cm
Weight in Kilograms – 85 kg  –  in Pounds –  187 lbs
Chest Size 42 Inches
Waist Size 32 Inches
Biceps Size 17 Inches
Biceps Size 10 (U.S.)
Hair Color Black
Eye Color Black
Body Type Athletic


Father Samuel Aogo
Mother Marion Aogo
Sister Three (Titi, Francis, Jocelyne)
Brother One (Dominik)


School Not Known
College Not Known

Relationship Status

Marital Status Married
Affair No
Is he Gay? No
Who is his Wife? Ina Aogo
Children Payten Rose Aogo

Personal Life

Aogo was previously engaged to German, Alessia Walch, the bass player for German Country-pop band Mayor’s Destiny. The couple hasn’t revealed the date for their big day yet. There is not much information available regarding their dating life as both of them appear to be reserved about their relationship.

Dennis Aogo Net Worth

Dennis is an amazing athlete and is on his journey toward being the best of the rest and is expecting more. Data available regarding his net worth and assets are not available. He appears to stay confidential about the information. He earns his fortune and is building up wealth by his professional football career and his mind-bending talent.


  • It is highly commendable that he amassed 340 appearances in the two top divisions of German pro football.
  • Aogo received the Silbernes Lorbeerblatt; the highest sports award in Germany.
  • In 2009, he was honored with the UEFA European Under-21 championship.
  • While in 2010, his team secured third place in FIFA World Cup.
  • Dennis won his last cap in early 2013.

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