Roberto Firmin's Wife

The sensational forward for Liverpool, Roberto Firmino, is married to Larissa Pereira!

The stunning Brazilian businesswoman Larissa, who first gained fame in the modeling and beauty industries, is now a key factor in Firmino’s success on and off the pitch.


When the couple initially met in 2014, they clicked right away. In 2017, they were married in a glorious wedding in Maceio, Brazil. Philippe Coutinho, who joined Firmino at Liverpool in 2016, was the best man at the glitzy affair. Alberto Moreno, Allan Souza, and Lucas Leiva were the other teammates who attended the wedding.


Larissa has taken over the platform with more than 500,000 Instagram followers, flooding her page with seductive photos and images from their exotic travels. 

According to The Sun, this stunning woman is also the creator of the fashion line BeVallen Store – here’s everything we know about Robert Fermin’s wife, Larissa Pereira. 

Who is Roberto Firmin’s wife, Larissa Pereira?

Firmino married Larissa Pereira in his hometown six years back in June 2017. The couple shared three kids together, and announced expecting a fourth child last year in November 2022. 


Roberto Firmino is a native of Portugal and also speaks English and German. He was christened in Alisson Becker’s Liverpool teammate’s swimming pool in 2020.


Firmino’s first name, Roberto, has been shortened to the nickname “Bobby” by Liverpool fans and players. He is rumored to visit colleagues and fellow countrymen Alisson and Fabinho, as well as Ederson and Fred, at their homes with their families. Before they departed for Brazil, Fernandinho and his family had previously been visited by the group.


Firmino was detained for drunk driving in December 2016. When sentenced at Liverpool Magistrates’ Court in February 2017, he received a £20,000 fine and a one-year driving license suspension.

Who is Roberto Firmin?

Born on October 2, 1991, Roberto Firmin is a professional forward or attacking midfielder who plays for Brazil’s national team and Saudi Professional League club Al Ahli. 


Firmin began his professional career in 2009 with Figueirense and played with TSG Hoffenheim for four and a half seasons. He won the league’s Breakthrough Player honors for the 2013–14 Bundesliga season after scoring 16 goals in 33 games. 


He joined Liverpool in July 2015, quickly gaining praise for his inventiveness, goal-scoring ability, and work ethic. Manager Jürgen Klopp described Firmino as the “engine” driving the team’s counter-pressing strategy. After Philippe Coutinho left, he combined with Mohamed Salah and Sadio Mané to form a potent attacking trio. 


He won the UEFA Champions League in the 2018–19 campaign, and the following year he won the UEFA Super Cup, the FIFA Club World Cup after scoring the game-winning goal in the championship match, and the 2019–20 Premier League crown. During the 2021–22 season, he also helped Liverpool win the FA and EFL Cup. In Liverpool, Firmino is largely regarded as a cult hero.


In November 2014, Firmino made his international debut for Brazil. He represented his country at the 2015, 2019, and 2021 Copa Américas and the 2018 FIFA World Cup.


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