Clarence Seedorf began playing football for an early age of 6 when he joined VV AS ’80 and Actual Almere. Seedorf headed the team to win the Dutch Cup, Dutch Super Cup and Eredivisie during the 1993-1994 season. Seedorf didn’t extend his stay with Ajax which he moved to Sampdoria in 1995. While with Sampdoria, Seedorf appeared in 32 matches but he secured his transfer to Real Madrid by the close of the season. Other teams that he played with contain Internazionale, Milan, and Botafogo. Seedorf became the trainer of A.C. Milan, after he ended his playing career. After his four-month stint, he was fired by the team. Clarence Clyde Seedorf was born on April 1, 1976 in Paramaribo, Suriname. Seedorf is wed to Luviana and have four children.