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Name: Julien Faubert
Nationality: French
Date of Birth: 01/08/1983
Height:5' 11" (180cm)
Weight:11st 11lbs (75.0kg)
Clubs:West Ham Utd, Real Madrid (loan)
Position: Defender


Born: 1 August 1983, Le Havre, France
Former clubs: AS Cannes, FC Girondins de Bordeaux, Real Madrid CF (loan)

The speedy France international right-back enjoyed a superb 2009/10 season, impressing West Ham United supporters with his outstanding attitude and commitment.

Faubert capped a fine campaign with a superb goal and all-round performance in the home Barclays Premier League win over Hull City in February 2010 -  a display which earned him the Individual Performance of the Season award.

Has also been used regularly as a wide midfielder or even on the right of a front three at both first and reserve-team level.


Scored in the 3-2 home npower Championship victory over Leicester City on 29 October 2011...Named Man of the Match in the 2-1 home npower Championship win over Millwall on 4 February 2012...Totalled 35 npower Championship appearances, 28 of them starts, scoring one goal.

Julien Faubert


Scored the opening goal in the 2-0 pre-season friendly victory at MK Dons...Totalled nine Barclays Premier League appearances, seven of them starts...Started all six Carling Cup ties as West Ham United reached the semi-finals...Started the FA Cup third-round victory over Barnsley at the Boleyn Ground...Totalled 16 first-team appearances in all competitions, 14 of them starts...Made ten Barclays Premier Reserve League starts, scoring in the 3-1 defeat at Wolverhampton Wanderers on 26 April 2011...Sent-off in the 4-1 Barclays Premier Reserve League defeat at Arsenal on 19 October 2010.


Returned to West Ham United after spending the close season working hard on his fitness in the Italian Alps…Moved to right-back…Made 33 Premier League appearances, 32 of them starts…Scored his first goal for West Ham United on his 50th appearance in the 3-0 home Premier League victory over Hull City on 20 February 2010…Made two League Cup appearances, one of them a start…Started the home FA Cup third-round defeat by Arsenal on 3 January 2010…Totalled 36 appearances in all competitions, scoring once...Won the Performance of the Season award for his display in the home Premier League victory over Hull City on 20 February 2010.

Julien Faubert


Made 20 Premier League appearances, 15 of them starts…Started two League Cup and two FA Cup ties…Joined Real Madrid CF on loan until the end of the season on 31 January 2009…Made Real Madrid CF debut in 2-0 home league win over Racing Santander on 7 February 2009…Totalled two league appearances for Real Madrid CF.

Julien Faubert


Joined West Ham United from FC Girondins de Bordeaux for £6.1m on 1 July 2007…Made his debut in pre-season friendly at Dagenham & Redbridge on 14 July 2007…Suffered a ruptured Achilles tendon in pre-season friendly with Czech side Sigma Olomouc in Austria on 17 July 2007…Returned to action by scoring in 2-1 Barclays Premier Reserve League South defeat at Aston Villa on 7 January 2008…Made his Premier League debut as a substitute in 2-1 home win over Fulham on 12 January 2008…Totalled seven Premier League appearances, four of them starts…Appeared as substitute in FA Cup third-round replay defeat at Manchester City…Totalled three Barclays Premier Reserve League South appearances, scoring once.

International career

Capped by France at U21 and senior level...Capped 17 times at U21 level, scoring once…Scored on his senior debut for France in the 1-1 friendly draw with Bosnia and Herzegovina on 16 August 2006.

Julien Faubert

Before West Ham United

Joined AS Cannes youth academy in 1998...Began his career as a right-back before being converted into a right winger…Made 45 appearances for AS Cannes…Joined FC Girondins de Bordeaux in September 2004…Totalled 96 league appearances and nine goals during three seasons with FC Girondins de Bordeaux.

Any other business

Is a devout Muslim...Is married with a son named Noah…Is a tattoo enthusiast…Nicknamed 'Le TGV' or 'The Express Train' during his time in France.

Season 2014 - 15

Competition Apps
(as sub)
Goals Yellow
League 10  (2) 0 0 0

Career History:
Club Season Comp. Apps
(as sub)
Bordeaux 2013 - 14League 12  (10) 3
  Euro Cups 3  (1) 0
Bordeaux 2012 - 13League 10  (3) 0
  Euro Cups 3  (0) 0
West Ham Utd 2011 - 12League 28  (8) 1
  League Cup 1  (0) 0
West Ham Utd 2010 - 11League 7  (2) 0
  FA Cup 1  (0) 0
  League Cup 6  (0) 0
West Ham Utd 2009 - 10League 32  (1) 1
  FA Cup 1  (0) 0
  League Cup 1  (1) 0
Real Madrid 2008 - 09League 0  (2) 0
West Ham Utd 2008 - 09League 15  (5) 0
  FA Cup 2  (0) 0
  League Cup 2  (0) 0
West Ham Utd 2007 - 08League 4  (3) 0
  FA Cup 0  (1) 0
Bordeaux 2006 - 07League 26  (0) 3
  Euro Cups 6  (2) 2
Bordeaux 2005 - 06League 26  (7) 5
Bordeaux 2004 - 05League 21  (12) 1
Julien Faubert
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