Oussa – the world’s oldest top-level player in 2021
Egyptian goalkeeper Mohamed Abdel Monsef became the oldest footballer in the world to play in the top tiers of the national championships in 2021.
Monsef, known also by his nickname Oussa, has played his last (at the moment) game for his club Al Ittihad on December 24.
On this day, his age was 44 years 321 days.
|THE WORLD's OLDEST PLAYERS||IN||NATIONAL||TOP DIVISIONS||IN 2021|
|Player||Pos.||Age||Country||Team||Game Date||Rival (score)|
|1||Oussa (Mohamed Abdel Monsef)||G||44-321||Egypt||Al Ittihad||24/12/2021||Al Masry 1-0|
|2||Cristian Lucchetti||G||43-169||Argentina||Atlético Tucumán||12/12/2021||River Plate 1-1|
|3||Steve Evans||D||42-298||Wales||Caernarfon||21/12/2021||Flint Town United 4-3|
|4||Abbas Ahmed Atwi||M||42-107||Lebanon||Al Akhaa Al Ahli||28/12/2021||Shabab El Bourj 1-2|
|5||Jonathan Joubert||G||41-336||Luxembourg||F91 Dudelange||14/08/2021||Progrès Niederkorn 2-2|