Date of birth
Robert Green signed for Huddersfield Town in August 2017 after his contract was mutually terminated at Leeds United.
Born on 18 January 1980, Green came through the youth system at Norwich City, making his debut for the Club on 11 April 1999 keeping a clean sheet against Ipswich Town.
During the 2001/02 season, the ‘keeper established himself as the Canaries’ number one, appearing 41 times as the Club was beaten in the Play-Off Final by Birmingham City.
A string of consistent performances followed and two years later he was key to Norwich City’s promotion to the top flight of English football.
After eight years at Norwich City, Green left to join West Ham United in the Premier League. In his first season with the Hammers he kept nine clean sheers in 26 games and earned a place in England’s 2010 World Cup squad.
Well over 200 appearances followed for the Hammers before a move across the Premier League to Queens Park Rangers in 2012. He played for the London club for four years before a move to West Yorkshire to join Leeds United.