OussiFooty launched his TikTok channel at the age of 19, and recently uploaded a video to his YouTube channel in which he “signs a contract” with Association Sportive de Monaco Football Club SA, better known by the name AS Monaco, a French Football Federation club that competes in Ligue 1.
In just a few days, the video has garnered nearly half a million views.
But it’s nowhere near his most popular. Eight months ago, he uploaded a video in which he claims to have left Kylian Mbappé “speechless.”
It has more than 12 million views, as of January 2023, and counting.
Who is OussiFooty? Age and real name of TikTok footballer amid AS Monaco signing video
Born August 18, 2000, OussiFooty’s age at time of publication is 22.
Real name Oussama Nacer, he launched his OussiFooty TikTok channel at the age of 19, in September 2019. However, his LinkedIn profile lists him as being a self-employed content creator from a few months earlier, when he would have been 18.
Since February 2021, he has also been a content creator for RSC Anderlecht, a Belgian pro football club based in the Brussels area.
He claims to have brought the brand from 13K followers to 100K in “less than two months.”
Where is he from? OussiFooty nationality and hometown
Born and raised in Belgium, OussiFooty’s nationality is Belgian.
It’s a small country with a high population density, bordering the Netherlands to the north, Germany to the east, Luxembourg to the southwest, France to the southwest, and the North Sea to the northwest.
Belgium has three official languages: Dutch, French and German. Dutch is spoken by the Flemish community; Dutch and Flemish are the same language.
The team OussiFooty plays for is Royal Sporting Club Anderlecht, or simply Anderlecht (or, simpler still, RSCA). It has existed for 114 years, and has a stadium that can seat 22,500 people.
He has partnered with numerous fashion and sporting organizations
Under his OussiFooty brand – remember his real name is Oussama – in 2022 alone, Nacer partnered with Adidas, Cupra, EA Sports FIFA, Hisense, Hublot, Inter Milan, Kipsta, Lille OSC, Qatar Airways, Socio’s, Visit Qatar, Visit Saudi, the World Cup itself, and YouTube.
That’s according to his LinkedIn profile. The year before, he formed partnerships with ESPN, Instagram, Nike and Zalando. Ellipses suggest there were other collaborations, too, that didn’t make his page.
The birth of the OussiFooty name and brand, so he tells it, was the result of a sports injury. He had to spend 20 or so weeks off the pitch with torn quadriceps, with got him to thinking about creating “creative football content.”
“I thought about how I could maintain my burning passion for football without overloading my muscles and sharing my love for the game with others,” he writes. “Long story short, creator OussiFooty was born.”
Oussama Nacer challenges AS Monaco to recreate goals – ‘Oussi is going pro’
In a 14 minute-long video titled ‘I Signed A Pro Contract,’ OussiFooty invites his viewers to join him in Monaco, at the AS Monaco headquarters.
“It is a done deal,” he says in the video. “We signed off.” His shirt has the number 24 and his nickname, “Oussi.”
In the video, he challenges AS Monaco players – his “new teammates” – Ben Yedder and Breel Embolo to recreate three goals from football history.
In the video description, he gives a shoutout to Socios for “rewarding me with this incredible once-in-a-lifetime experience,” and adds that his viewers, too, “could earn a crazy experience like this.”
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