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Canadian football player
Born: November 2, 2000 (age 22 years), Buduburam, Ghana
Current teams: Canada men’s national soccer team (#19 / Forward), FC Bayern Munich (#19 / Midfielder, Forward)
Parents: Debeah Davies, Victoria Davies

Height: 1.83 m
Education: St. Teresa of Calcutta Elementary School, Burnaby Central Secondary School
Weight: 75 kg
Dates joined: January 2019 (FC Bayern Munich), 2016 (Vancouver Whitecaps FC 2, Vancouver Whitecaps FC)

Name Alphonso Davies
Pronunciation DAY-vees
Height 5′ 11″
Weight 161 lbs

Date of Birth 11.2.2000 (22)
Birthplace Buduburam, Ghana
Position Midfielder
Player Category Homegrown

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Davies was in a relationship with fellow Canadian Jordyn Huitema, a forward for Paris Saint-Germain and the Canada women’s national team starting from September 2017.

In September 2019, he was fined €20,000 for arriving late to a Bayern practice after visiting Huitema in Paris, and by June 2020, French press were aware that Davies might be interested in having Huitema sign with Bayern’s women’s side.

On May 22, 2022, Davies confirmed on social media that he and Huitema had split up.

Davies is an ambassador for the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees. In April 2020, he played a virtual football match against fellow professional Asmir Begović – who also came to Canada as a child refugee – to raise money for the agency.

Davies is a fan of the NHL’s Edmonton Oilers.

The journey began in Buduburam, a Ghanaian refugee camp, where Davies was born after his parents had fled the civil war in Liberia. Life was fraught with difficulties.

The search for clean water, food, simply staying alive; every hour that passed a triumph of survival. There had to be a better way.

“It was hard to live because the only way you survive sometimes is you have to carry guns,” remembers Alphonso’s father, Debeah. “We didn’t have any interest in shooting guns. So, we decided to just escape from there.

They have a program called resettlement, and they said ‘OK, you have to fill in a form for Canada.’ We went through the interview and everything, and made it, and came over here.”

The Davies family were able to immigrate to Canada when Alphonso was five, eventually settling in Edmonton, Alberta. Debeah and the family matriarch Victoria worked long hours to make ends meet.

Even Alphonso chipped in around the house, helping raise his two younger siblings whilst attending the Mother Theresa Catholic school, where his talents first caught the eye.

“Our little Alphonso,” said Davies’ Grade 6 teacher and sports coach Melissa Guzzo. “He’s just one of those kids who had a permanent smile on his face, always dancing in the hallways.

He’s such a natural talent. Anything he touched — track, basketball, any sport — he was the kid.”

Sensing something in the Edmonton air, Guzzo touched base with Tim Adams, the founder of Free Footie – a free after-school soccer league for inner-city kids in Elementary grades 3, 4, 5 and 6 who can’t afford registration fees and equipment or get transportation to games.

Adams quickly realized that Davies was no ordinary kid.

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