Who is Flávia Christina Kurtz Nascimento?
Flávia Christina Kurtz Nascimento is best recognized as the daughter of former Brazilian professional football player Edson Arantes do Nascimento, better known by his stage name Pelé. He was regarded as one of the greatest players of all time and named “the greatest” by FIFA. He was one of the most successful and well-known sports celebrities of the twentieth century.
|Full name||Flávia Christina Kurtz Nascimento|
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|Parent||Pelé, Lenita Kurtz|
|Siblings||Kelly Cristina Nascimento, Jennifer Nascimento, MORE|
Pelé, a celebrity in Brazil, and Lenita Kurtz gave birth to Flávia Christina Kurtz Nascimento. There isn’t a lot of information known on her birth date, upbringing, or academic history.
She gains notoriety since Pelé, a former Brazilian professional football striker, fathered her.
What is Flávia Christina Kurtz Nascimento career?
There is not much information available concerning her chosen career.
Flávia Christina Kurtz Nascimento has siblings named Celeste Nascimento (born on September 28, 1996), Joshua Nascimento (born on September 28, 1996), Kelly Cristina Nascimento (born on January 13, 1967), Edson Cholbi Nascimento (born on August 27, 1970), and Sandra Regina Arantes Do Nascimento.
Summary of her parent’s relationship
Lenita Kurtz and her husband, Pelé started dating in 1968 and they were blessed with a child, named; Flavia Christina. Her mother, Lenita Kurtz is a Brazilian Journalist.
Summary of her father Pelé’s career
The son of Fluminense footballer Dondinho and Celeste Arantes, Edson Arantes do Nascimento was born on October 23, 1940, in Três Coraçes, Minas Gerais, Brazil. Of two brothers and sisters, he was the older.
After the American inventor Thomas Edison, he was given that name. His parents chose to omit the ‘i’ and call him “Edson,” but due to a mistake on the birth certificate, his name appears in numerous documents as “Edison,” not “Edson,” as it should.
At initially, his family called him “Dico.” During his school years, he was given the nickname “Pelé” apparently due to his mispronunciation of the name of his favorite player, the local Vasco da Gama goalie Bilé.
The more he complained, the longer the nickname stuck. In his autobiography, Pelé admitted that neither he nor his former teammates knew what the moniker signified.
The phrase has no established Portuguese meaning, with the exception of the assertion that it is derived from Bilé and that it is the Hebrew word for “wonder”
In the state of So Paulo’s impoverished Bauru, Pelé was raised. He worked in tea shops as a servant to supplement his income. He learned how to play football from his father and played most of the time with a grapefruit or a sock filled with newspaper because he couldn’t buy a proper football.
He participated in several amateur teams while he was younger, including Sete de Setembro, Canto do Rio, So Paulinho, and Amériquinha. Waldemar de Brito’s junior team at the Bauru Athletic Club won two state youth championships under Pelé’s direction.
When he was in his mid-teens, he played indoor football for the Radium team.
Pelé began playing indoor football just as it was becoming popular in Bauru. He took part in the region’s first futsal (indoor football) competition. Pelé and his team won the inaugural title as well as a number of others.
What is Flávia Christina Kurtz Nascimento net worth?
Her estimated net worth is unknown, while her father, Pele, is said to be worth around $100 million.