Albino Gomes Biography
Albino Gomes in an Indian professional footballer from Goa, who was born on 7 February 1994.
Gomes currently plays as a goalkeeper for the Delhi Dynamos in the Indian Super League. He idolises Indian goalkeeper, Subrata Paul.
Gomes' started football when he was 12 years old. He always wanted to be a striker, and aspired to score goals. As his team didn't have a goalkeeper and he had the advantage of height so he was put as a goalkeeper. Gomes began his youth career with the Goan club, Salgaocar.
Gomes made his debut for the Mumbai City in 2015 against FC Pune City in the Indian Super League.
Rise to glory
Gomes was picked by Stephen Constantine for the India Under-23 side that would participate in the 2016 AFC U23 qualifiers.
In 2017, he earned his maiden call-up to Indian national team, but couldn't make it the first playing eleven.
Gomes was signed to play for Mumbai City FC in the 2015 Indian Super League. He was the Islanders’ final pick in the draft.
Gomes spent his youth career with Salgaocar. He was picked by the Mumbai City, from where he spent a season on loan with Aizawl FC.
It turned out to be a memorable season for Gomes, as he was part of a history-making Aizawl side that defied all odds to become champions of the I-League.
Presently, he is the goalkeeper for Delhi Dynamos FC.
Gomes encountered a knock on his knee in a match against Jameshedpur FC and was stretched off from the match. He is under a recovery period.