Lukas Podolski’s Tattoos

Lukas Josef Podolski is a German football star, who started his youth career at the FC 07 Bergheim and the 1. FC Köln. Podolski used to play as a forward for the FC Bayern Munich, FC Bayern Munich II, 1. FC Köln, Arsenal F.C., Galatasaray S.K. and now his is playing for the Vissel Kobe. Podolski had the opportunity to play for the German or the Poland national football team, but after the rejection from Poland, he joined the German national team. After 13 successful years, he was the part of a team, which won the 2014 FIFA World Cup. For his great performance as the third-highest goalscorer in the German history, he gained a reputation of a national football hero.

A great football player Podolski has also some great tattoos. You will find four stars and the word “Weltmeister” (engl. “champion”) inked on his chest, which symbolize the victory in the 2014 FIFA World Cup.

You will find another tattoo below the champion tattoo on his chest. It is a picture of his son Louis Gabriel Podolski.

Another symbol of victory – the FIFA cup – is tattooed on his left arm.

The Cologne tattoo on his right arm shows his pride in coming from the city of Cologne (ger. “Köln”).

Another tattoo of his son – Louis, 14.4.08 – is inked on his wrist.

The word “Maya” tattooed on the other side of his wrist stands for his daughter.

The number “10” was his number in the FIFA World Cup 2014 and can be found on his left wrist.