Romain Hamouma


  • matches played 330
  • goals 76
  • assists 47
  • Last appearance (days ago) 59

Romain Hamouma prefers to play with his right foot, as do 68% of his teammates. French forward Romain Hamouma, who is currently under contract to AS Saint Etienne in France, joined the club July 1, 2012. Standing 1.78 meter high, he is tinier, when looking at the average height in his team. He is currently fourth in Ligue 1 (France) with his team AS Saint Etienne. The 32-year-old Romain Hamouma was born on March 29, 1987 and is therefore NaN years younger than his team's average age.

So far in the 2018/2019 season, he competed in 26 fixtures. He played for SM Caen and Stade Lavallois Mayenne FC before ending up in AS Saint Etienne. Romain Hamouma's record stay with a club is his current one with six years and 11 months. Concerning the latest matches, his club tied in Ligue 1. He impressed in Ligue 2 09/10 (France), reaching his personal record of goals. While being substituted more out than in this season, we can observe that this trend came from last season. Moreover, Romain Hamouma shows 113 out and 64 in substitutions in total.

The briefest time his spent on a team counts eleven months in Stade Lavallois Mayenne FC (France). To date, collectively he holds 46 penalties, of which one is red. Lately, he seems to be more quiet since less penalties were given to him than usually. Considering he weighs around 165.35lb, Romain Hamouma is approximately 7lb lighter than the average player of AS Saint Etienne. It's been 13 days since he played his latest match. He received the jersey number 21 at AS Saint Etienne. This season Romain Hamouma scored three and assisted two goals which is 5.5% of all of AS Saint Etienne's goals in Ligue 1 18/19 (France). On average, he initialized 0.08 and hit the net 0.12 times per match this season which is a worse performance than last year's. Back then 0.16 goals and 0.13 assists per match have been achieved. Besides Romain Hamouma, there are nine more forwards in AS Saint Etienne's lot: Kevin Monnet-Paquet, Lois Diony, Robert Beric, Makhtar Gueye, Charles Abi, Wahbi Khazri, Lamine Ghezali, Yannis Salibur and Arnaud Nordin.

(Last edited May 12, 2019)