Name
Noa Lang

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Born
1999 (22 years old)

Birth Place
Capelle aan den IJssel, Netherlands

Position
Left Wing

Team Number
10

Height
1.77 m (5 ft 10 in)

Weight
68 kg (150 lb)

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Sport
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Team
Club Brugge

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League
Belgian First Division A

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Noa Noëll Lang (born 17 June 1999) is a Dutch professional footballer who plays as winger for Belgian team Club Brugge.

On 1 December 2019, Lang became the first Ajax player to score a hat-trick on his first league start in 60 years as Ajax came from two goals down to beat FC Twente 5–2. Later that month, Lang scored his first goal in the KNVB Cup for Ajax, netting the opening goal in a 3–4 away win over Telstar in the second round.

In January 2020, following Ajax's signing of Ryan Babel in Lang's position, he was loaned out to fellow Eredivisie side FC Twente for the remainder of the season.

On 5 October 2020, Ajax and Club Brugge reached a transfer agreement for Lang to move to Brugge on an initial loan which will be converted into a permanent transfer no later than 1 July 2021. Three weeks later, he scored his first goal for the club from the penalty-spot in a losing effort against OH Leuven. Lang scored in Club Brugge's 3–0 victory over Zenit Saint Petersburg in their penultimate UEFA Champions League group stage match on 2 December to keep alive Club Brugge's hopes of qualifying for the knock-out round. However, Club Brugge could only manage a 2–2 draw in the final match against Italian side Lazio and were parachuted down to the Europa League for the Round of 32.

On 28 January 2021, in his first appearance in a Bruges derby against Cercle, Lang scored the winning goal as Club Brugge came back from 1–0 down to win 1–2.

On 20 May 2021, Lang scored as Brugge drew 3–3 with rivals Anderlecht to win the Belgian First Division A title for the fourth time in six years and 17th time overall.


Season Stats
7 appearances in the current 2021-2022 Season


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2005-2013

2013-2017

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2019-2021

2020-2020 (Loan)

2020-2021 (Loan)

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