|Full name||Mika Førvossen|
|Year of birth||1996|
|Place of birth||Huyenkula, Hurmu|
|Current club||FK Tiga|
|* Appearances (Goals) |
Player has received at least one call-up for any emboldened national teams
Mika Førvossen is a Hurmudan footballer of Storish descent, who currently plays for Senyan Top League club FK Tiga. Considered a young talent, many in Hurmu believe that he might one day become the best player on Micras.
Mika was born in Huyenkula in January 1996, to two Storish immigrants. Mika began playing football late, at the age of 9, however his talent impressed local side Hurmu International. Mika shone through the youth academy, and by the age of 16 signed professional terms with the club. He had a super start to his professional career, scoring 15 goals in 14 games in his first professional campaign, which brought him to the attention of the national team. Mika made his national team debut against Amokolia on 29 July 2013, being brought on as a sub. He netted twice, once from the spot. From this he got named in Hurmu's 2013 World Cup squad, and in the tournament's opening game he gained instant fame when he scored to level the scores with World Champions Tellia in the last 8 minutes.
Mika has two brothers, twins Jyrki and Jan (both aged 15), and a sister called Marta (age 18).