Yunis Abdelhamid

    All-time

  • matches played 296
  • goals 15
  • assists 1
  • Last appearance (days ago) 28

Measuring 190cm, Stade Reims'' average player height surpasses Yunis Abdelhamid by 10cm. Yunis Abdelhamid was used in 37 of the matches in the present term. At present, Stade Reims is in Ligue 1 (France) they are in ninth place. He is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 28.09.1987. 63% of Stade Reims' football players are right footers and so is Yunis Abdelhamid. He wears the jerses number 5 strip at Stade Reims.

So far this season, he tied 50% of Stade Reims'' matches in Ligue 1. Unfortunately they did not manage to wrap up a single fixture, but at least tied twice. The contemporary term does not appear to be Yunis Abdelhamid's best one yet, as he managed to neither score nor provide any assists. Ligue 2 17/18 (France) has been his best season so far since he scored his personal highest amount of goals. On the other hand, his worst season was Ligue 2 13/14 due to him receiving most yellow and red cards of his career.

He weighs 83kg which is 9kg more than his team's average heftiness. Yunis Abdelhamid's longest stay in a team counts two years and 11 months in AC Arles Avignon (France). His shortest spell with a club was eleven months in Dijon FCO (France). Ereyesterday he played his latest match. Yunis Abdelhamid's portfolio includes four accidental own goals, which happened with AC Arles Avignon in a match of Ligue 2 12/13 (France). Besides Stade Reims, Yunis Abdelhamid is at Morocco's command, too.

He played for Valenciennes FC, AC Arles Avignon and Dijon FCO before ending up in Stade Reims. In his footballer career, a total of 38 cards were ascribed to Yunis Abdelhamid. While thus obtaining an average of 2.38 cards per term, he has not even gotten any yet, for now. Ever since Yunis Abdelhamid became a professional, he has been committed to overall five clubs. He completes Stade Reims'' defensive department, alongside players like Rahman Baba, Ghislain Konan, Bjorn Engels, Moussa Bana, Sambou Sissoko, Axel Disasi and Thomas Fontaine.

(Last edited May 14, 2019)