Divock Origi Autograph

Divock Okoth Origi was born on April 18, 1995, in Ostend, Belgium, to a football family. His father, Mike Okoth, played professional football in Kenya, while his mother, Linda Origi, was a former Belgian volleyball international. As a result, it was not surprising that Divock chose to follow in his parents' footsteps and become a professional footballer himself. More about Divock Origi

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Current items with a signature of Divock Origi

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thumbnailDivock Origi 2016 Topps Premier Gold Autograph Relic Card #/100 Liverpool AR-DO$128.65logo
thumbnailDivock Origi signed Liverpool 12x8$31.74logo
Origi began his football journey as a youngster, playing for the youth teams of Genk and Racing Genk. However, he made his professional debut for Lille OSC in 2012, after signing for the French Ligue 1 side at the age of 15. In his first season with Lille, he helped the team finish third in the league standings by scoring two goals in just nine appearances. Moreover, he was able to score five more goals the following season and helped Lille finish sixth in the league standings.

After a few more seasons in France and a successful World Cup campaign with Belgium in 2014, Origi signed with Liverpool FC in 2015. In his first season at the club, he scored ten goals in fifty-one appearances across all competitions. He played an integral part in Liverpool's remarkable Champions League success in 2018/19, scoring crucial goals in both the quarter-finals and the semi-finals of the elite competition, earning him a cult-hero status among Liverpool fans. The Belgian striker has also had a productive international career with the Belgium national team, scoring fifteen goals in forty-five appearances to date. Read even more about Divock Origi at Wikipedia

Traded items with a signature of Divock Origi

The most expensive item with a signature of Divock Origi (Divock Origi Signed Liverpool FC 2018/19 - Champions League Winners Home Shirt) was sold in July 2023 for $495.26 while the cheapest item (Divock Origi liverpool fc autograph card) found a new owner for $0.99 in June 2022. The month with the most items sold (3) was October 2021 with an average selling price of $21.50 for an autographed item of Divock Origi. Sold items reached their highest average selling price in May 2021 with $279.58 and the month that saw the lowest prices with $2.42 was December 2022. In average, an autographed item from Divock Origi is worth $17.90.

Most recently, these items with a signature of Divock Origi were sold on eBay - click here for more items.

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thumbnail2016-17 Topps Premier Gold DIVOCK ORIGI Auto Autograph Issue Liverpool FC$26.50logo
thumbnail2018-2019 Donruss Panini Soccer Divock Origi Belgium Autograph$12.00logo
thumbnail2019-20 Gold Standard Divock Origi Fine Marks Of Gold Auto Autograph #18/20 R48$22.72logo
thumbnail2019-20 Panini Prizm EPL #S-DOR Divock Origi Auto Signature Liverpool$75.00logo
thumbnailDivock Origi - LIVERPOOL - Signed 2015-16 Match Attax Card [Blue/Green]$2.42logo
thumbnailDIVOCK ORIGI 2019-20 Panini Gold Standard #MG-DIV Marks of Gold /149 Autograph$31.00logo
thumbnailDivock Origi liverpool fc autograph card $0.99logo
thumbnailDivock Origi Signed Liverpool FC 2018/19 - Champions League Winners Home Shirt$495.26logo
thumbnailLiverpool Autograph - 142N - Divock Origi$5.05logo
thumbnailLiverpool Autograph - Divock Origi (145)$6.37logo

Latest News about Divock Origi

Wolves vs. Liverpool score: Divock Origi once again plays late game hero to give (12/04/21): The Reds were the sharper team but looked headed for a point ... until Mr. Reliable came through again Go to news article