Borussia Dortmund homeboy and captain Marco Reus is an iconic figure in the Signal Iduna Park. While the Black and Yellow fans would talk endlessly about his skills, passion for football and contributions for the club, the neutral football fan would outline a couple of things about the German player of the year, one of these features is the player’s haircut. Let’s take a look at Marco Reus haircuts through the years.
High Taper Fade Haircut (2012 – 2013)
Upon his arrival to Borussia Dortmund, Marco Reus haircut was his most iconic back then. His teammates nicknamed him Woody the Woodpecker. Therefore, Marco Reus picked Woodyinho as his Twitter handle.
This haircut is characterized by a spiky comb over with short sides.
Marco Reus Hairstyle: The Quiff (2013 – 2015)
After the 2013 Champions league final, heartbroken Borussia Dortmund fans were hopeful for a better future season. Despite offers from bigger European clubs, Marco Reus decided to stay in Dortmund and make that future possible. As his skills improved massively, Marco Reus hairstyle evolved as well. From 2013 to 2015, Marco Reus mainly sported a Quiff hairstyle.
The Current Haircut: Textured Comb Over Fade (2017 – Present)
To this day, Marco Reus haircuts have been the most popular soccer player’s hairstyle in the world. The German international has matured through the years to become the Borussia Dortmund captain, therefore his haircuts have been toned down but never lost their swagger. In 2019, Marco Reus became a father. While having a kid to raise can be very challenging especially if you are the Captain to one of the most successful German teams, Marco Reus managed to balance his work and personal life balance.
Marco Reus haircut can be toned down, but it can never be dethroned. If you want to sport the same hairstyle, just ask your barber for a Comb Over Fade.
From the 2005 Borussia Dortmund, till the title winning squad in 2011 and UEFA Champions League runner up era, Mostafa was always a very passionate Black and Yellow supporter. You would often see him in Coffee shops and Bars on Matchdays. He will be wearing a BVB jersey and sipping on a German beer and most likely swearing at the referee.