Who is coach Albert Stuivenberg assistant of Mikel Arteta at Arsenal, bio, full name, age, wife, salary

Who is coach Albert Stuivenberg assistant of Mikel Arteta at Arsenal, bio, full name, age, wife, salary

Here is all you need to know about Albert Stuivenberg, Mikel Arteta’s assistant coach along with his middle name, wife and salary

After leading the league for much of the season, Arsenal found it extremely tough to close out the season and watched as Manchester City won the championship after an extraordinary run of triumphs.

Who is coach Albert Stuivenberg assistant of Mikel Arteta at Arsenal, bio, full and middle name, age, wife, salary

Meanwhile, this year, Arsenal is eager for important players like Thomas Partey and Jurrien Timber to return so they can terrorise Manchester City and Liverpool in the championship match.

The club is currently managed by Mikel Arteta who was the club’s captain during his playing days. He has been in the club now, as a manger since December 2019. He is assisted by Carlos Cuesta, Nicolas Jove and Albert Stuivenberg who is one of the assistant coaches.

Who is Albert Stuivenberg?

Albert Stuivenberg, who is nicknamed “AirPod Albert” is a Dutch professional football coach and player who serves as Arsenal’s assistant manager in the Premier League. The 53-year-old was born on August 5, 1970 in Rotterdam, Netherlands. He stands 1.72 m (5 ft 8 in) tall.



Meanwhile, the reason behind his nickname is he is frequently seen sitting on the touchline with Arsenal’s head coach Arteta, sporting airpods. He is frequently seen communicating to Arteta at pivotal moments during a game his thoughts regarding match circumstances.

A look at Albert Stuivenberg’s career

Albert Stuivenberg’s remarkable journey as a teenager in his bedroom began with a freak accident. This led to a 30-year coaching career, and he is currently integral to Arsenal’s relentless chase of a Premier League title for nearly two decades.


Before sustaining a major injury and entering the coaching ranks at Feyenoord and RWD Molenbeek, Stuivenberg was a professional player for SC Telstar and HFC Haarlem. Next he was the Netherlands under-17 and under-21 national team’s coach, as well as the youth team of Al Jazira Club.

The right-hand man of Arteta was an ambitious midfielder and a Netherlands youth international until he tumbled out of bed one day and broke his knee, forcing him to retire at the age of 19, a problem he still has today, a report in The Telegraph suggests.

His first managerial position was with Genk in 2017, having been appointed as Louis van Gaal’s assistant coach at Manchester United in 2014. Prior to moving to Arsenal in December 2019, Stuivenberg served as Ryan Giggs’ assistant manager for the Wales national team in 2018.


The assistant manager for Premier League team, Albert is licenced by UEFA Pro Coaching. Details about his family and marital status aren’t known.

Albert Stuivenberg’s salary

According to sources, Albert makes roughly £15,000 ($18,843) per week at Arsenal. He would make roughly £60,000 ($75,375) per month and £720,000 ($904,510) per year at the club, assuming the same amount.


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