Ronald Domingues Nazário de Lima; Ronaldo congratulates his son

Ronald Domingues Nazário de Lima

Ronald Domingues Nazário de Lima is most known as the son of Ronaldo, a Brazilian successful businessman and president of La Liga team Real Valladolid, owner of Brasileiro Série A club Cruzeiro, and a former professional striker.

Quick Fact

Full nameRonald Domingues Nazário de Lima
Date of birthApril 6, 2000
Age22 years old
Place of birth Milan, Italy
Sex Female
ProfessionCelebrity child
Parent Ronaldo, Milene Domingues
Grandparent Sônia dos Santos Barata, Nélio Nazário de Lima, Snr, Lucia Domingues
uncles  Nélio Nazário de Lima Jr.
Aunt Ione Lima
Siblings Alexander Nazário de Lima, Maria Sophia, Maria Alice

Who is Ronald Domingues Nazário de Lima?

Ronald Domingues Nazário de Lima was born on April 6, 2000, in Milan, Italy to his parent  Ronaldo, and  Milene Domingues. As of 2022, he is 22 years old.

Ronaldo, who is of Brazilian origin, appears to have passed on his exceptional footballing genes to his kid, who is preparing to follow in his footsteps.


Ronald Nazario de Lima, a Brazilian football icon, has passed on his heritage to his son, who has been chosen to represent his country in this year’s Maccabiah games. Ronald Nazario de Lima, the former Real Madrid star’s first kid, has been chosen to represent Brazil at the Maccabiah games this year. The Maccabiah Games, often known as the Jewish Olympics, is the world’s third-largest sporting event, with 10,000 competitors from 85 countries expected to compete.

Ronald was born in Milan in 2000, as his father was making his mark at Inter. If the 22-year-old needed any more footballing ancestry, his mother, Milene Domingues, was a Brazil international herself.

Ronaldo congratulates his son Ronald Domingues Nazário de Lima

As his kid prepared to depart for Jerusalem to represent his country in the Maccabiah games, Ronaldo shared a snapshot of the team with the comment, ‘This is the Brazilian team representing the people in the World Maccabiah 2017.’ A special embrace goes out to my son Ronald Lima, who plays on the Under-18 soccer squad. Good luck, gentlemen! Brazil, go for it!’ Ronaldo seemed to have passed on his legacy with pride, and who knows? Ronald Nazario could shine for Brazil in a few years.

Ronald Domingues Nazário de Lima is not Jewish

Ronald is not Jewish, but he frequently visits Hebraica in Sao Paulo, a club that serves as a hybrid between a Jewish community center and a country club. His mother is a Sao Paulo Hebraica women’s football player who, at the age of 17, broke the world record for the most keep-ups with an astonishing 55,187 touches.

Summary of his father’s career

Ronaldo rapidly drew interest from major teams, and his agents turned down bids from Botafogo and So Paulo. Flamengo, the team he supported as a child, turned him down when he missed practice owing to an inability to pay for the hour-long bus route. Jairzinho recognized Ronaldo’s potential and aided in his transfer to Cruzeiro. Ronaldo’s agents accepted the club’s offer of €50,000, and he scored four goals in his youth team debut.

On May 25, 1993, three months after joining Cruzeiro, Ronaldo made his professional debut against Caldense in the Minas Gerais State Championship. He first gained national recognition on November 7, 1993, when he scored five goals against Bahia. His first senior goal came on a tour of Portugal, when he scored against Belenenses and generally impressed new coach Carlos Alberto Silva enough to earn a spot in the first squad.

During the tour, his performance against Porto drew a $500,000 proposal, which was rejected by club president César Masci. After returning from the tour, he scored 20 goals, eight of which came in the Supercopa Libertadores, including a hat-trick against Chilean club Colo-Colo in the first leg and two in the second leg, before adding three more against Uruguayan team Nacional to become the tournament’s top goalscorer. Ronaldo led Cruzeiro to their first Copa do Brasil in 1993 and the Minas Gerais State Championship in 1994, scoring 44 goals in 47 games.

What is Ronald Domingues Nazário de Lima net worth?

His estimated net worth is unknown, but his father Ronaldo has a net worth of $160 million

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