Hassan Yebda

Hassan Yebda (Arabic حسان يبدة, DMG Hassan Yabda; born May 14, 1984 in Saint- Maurice, Val- de -Marne ) is a French- Algerian football player. He is currently with the Spanish side Granada CF group, but played on loan at Udinese Calcio. He plays preferred in the midfield.

  • 2.1 club
  • 2.2 national team
  • 2.3 Personal Achievements


In the club

Yebda began his career in the youth of AJ Auxerre. In 2003, he came into the first team, but could not prevail and, after two years by lending to the second division Stade Laval. Despite descent he drew from his potential and changed for the 2006 season to Le Mans UC 72

Once he was there, too successful, he joined a year later free transfer to the Portuguese giants Benfica, where he has signed a four -year contract on 29 May 2008. In September of the same year he was voted " Player of the Month ". His first league goal he scored against arch-rivals from the north, FC Porto.

For the 2009/10 season he was ousted from the signing Javi García and awarded to the English first division club Portsmouth FC. After the " Pompey " were relegated from the Premier League, gave him Benfica for a year for SSC Napoli.

In August 2011 it was announced that he will change for Spanish side Granada CF.

During the winter break of the 2013/14 season he joined on loan to the Serie A club Udinese Calcio at.

In the National Team

Yebda was called to the U-17 World Cup 2001 in Trinidad and Tobago in the French national team. There he completed five games of the first and second round. In the further course of the tournament, he was U-17 football World Cup with his country. In October 2009, he was first appointed to the Algerian team and gave the following World Cup qualifier against Rwanda his international debut.

He was also a regular player at the World Cup in South Africa and came with all three games available for use before Algeria then retired as a Table.




  • Taça da Liga: 2009


  • U- 17 World Cup: 2001

Personal Achievements

  • Player of the Month (September 2008)