Bernhard Seikovits (Footballer) Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Biography, Family, Career, Net Worth, Wife, & More
Bernhard Seikovits is an Austrian Footballer who lives in Vienna, Austria. He plays at the position of Tight End in gridiron football. Bernhard has played in Austrian Football League for Vienna Vikings Since 2007-20. In National Football League he plays for Arizona Cardinals. In NFL, Bernhard has joined Cardinals with NFL’s International Player Pathway Program.
|Real name||Bernhard Seikovits|
|Date of Birth||July 24, 1997|
|Age (as 2022)||25 years old|
|Birth Place||Vienna, Austria|
|Net worth||Not Known|
Birth & Early Life
Bernhard Seikovits was born on July 24, 1997 at Vienna, Austria.
|High School||Not Known|
|Education Qualification||Not Known|
Bernhard has started playing for Vienna Vikings at age of 10 as junior. After then he joined Austrian Football League as senior and was the top yard receiver in that league. Later on, he was named as captain of the Austria National American Football team. In his captaincy, Austria team has won 2 European Championship in Under-19 team at age of 16. In 2017, Bernhard led the team in Austrian Bowl title and was named AFL Rookie of the Year, while recording 4 receptions for 133 yards and 3 touchdowns.
Bernhard has signed with Arizona Cardinals as the part of International Player Pathway Program on May 13, 2021. After that he spent that year in Arizona’s practice squad. Later on January 19, 2022, he was signed with further contract with the Cardinals in 2022 season.
|Playing Position||Tight End|
|Vienna Vikings||Not Known|
|Height||6 feet 5 inch|
Facts of Bernhard Seikovits
- Bernhard has joined National Football League by the help of International Player Pathway Program.
- In 2018, he was the Offensive MVP, after leading receiving yards 133 and 4 receptions in 2017 as Wide Receiver.
- At age of 10, he began his playing for Vienna Vikings Youth Football League.
- In 2019, Bernhard was playing as Tight End and Wide Receiver, where he recorded 864 receiving yards and 8 touchdowns in Austrian Championship game.