Adrien Thibault Marie Rabiot Measurements, Age, Height, Weight, Facts and More
On April 3, 1995, Adrien Thibault Marie Rabiot was born. He is a French professional footballer who competes for both the France national team and Serie A club Juventus as a central midfielder.
Adrien Thibault Marie Rabiot International Career
Rabiot played the most of his career for Paris Saint-Germain, where he made his first-team debut in 2012 and amassed 18 major awards, including five Ligue 1 championships and a domestic triple in 2015–16 and 2017–18. Rabiot joined Juventus in 2019 on a free transfer, and in his first and second seasons with the team, he won both the Serie A championship and the Coppa Italia. Rabiot played 53 times for France at the junior level before making his senior squad debut in 2016 and later competing at UEFA Euro 2020.
Rabiot played for the France U19 team that lost to Serbia in the 2013 UEFA European Under-19 Championship final in Lithuania. Rabiot made his debut for the French under-21 squad on August 13, 2013, at the age of just 18, starting in a 0-0 friendly match against Germany in Freiburg. He was available for the complete side’s UEFA Euro 2016 roster, still he was ultimately passed over.
Adrien Thibault Marie Rabiot Measurements
Height: 6 feet 2 inches
Weight: 71 kilogram
Astrological Sign: Aries
Adrien Thibault Marie Rabiot Family
Dad: Michel Provost
Mom: Veronique Rabiot
Adrien Thibault Marie Rabiot No. of Shirt
- France: 18, 15, 14, 13, 8
- Paris Saint-Germain F.C. 31, 25, 8, 6, and 7.
- Sixth: Toulouse FC
- Juve F.C. is ranked 25.
Adrien Thibault Marie Rabiot Particular Qualities
- Sculpted body
- Hair that is long, frizzy, curly, and overgrown.
- Always has a rough beard
Adrien Thibault Marie Rabiot Facts
- Adrien’s youth career began in 2001 when he joined US Créteil-Lusitanos, a French professional club with headquarters in Créteil, a suburb of Paris, at the age of six. He stayed there until 2003, when he briefly joined the Alfortville team, which was headquartered in the commune of Alfortville, a Paris suburb to the southeast. He went back to the United States in 2004 and continue there until 2008.
- He also disappeared a short time in Manchester City F.C.’s youth program in 2008, a powerhouse English club. He briefly joined the youth squad of the French professional club Pau FC between the years of 2008 and 2009. He participated in the Pôle Espoirs youth program of another French club between 2009 and 2010.
- In 2010, Adrien joined the Paris Saint-Germain Academy, the young division of France’s top-flight soccer club, Paris Saint-Germain F.C. In 2012, he started playing for both the senior first squad of Paris Saint-Germain F.C. and Paris Saint-Germain B, the club’s reserve team.
- Prior to making his senior national debut in November 2016, Adrien competed for France in the under-16 (2010), under-17 (2011–2012), under-18 (2012), under-19 (2012–2013), under-20 (2014), and under-21 (2013–2016) divisions of international competition.
- He played a key role in the French team’s 2013 UEFA (Union of European Football Associations) European Under-19 Championship-winning performance. Because of his contributions, he was named to the “Team of the Tournament.”
- Adrien, who is notorious for his control and attitude off the field, was sanctioned and fined by the Fédération Française de Football (the country’s soccer governing body) in May 2018 after he disobeyed the regimented training schedule for the French national team. He was placed on the French team’s standby/reserve list for the 2018 FIFA (Fédération International de Football Association) World Cup, but he controversially refused to accept the team’s management’s decision.
- He was also granted a 2-week suspension by Paris Saint-Germain F.C. in the middle of March 2019 for holiday a nightclub following a 3-1 defeat to Manchester United F.C. of England in the UEFA Champions League’s pre-quarterfinal stage (the most prestigious club competition in European soccer).
- The 2020–21 UEFA Nations League, the second season of a continental competition involving the 55 UEFA members’ men’s national teams, was won by France’s Adrien.
- In the inaugural group-stage matchup against Australia in November 2022, he scored France’s opening aim of the 2022 FIFA World Cup.