Lukasz Fabianski

Lukasz Fabianski is a Poland international goalkeeper who currently plays for West Ham United. Born on 18th April 1985, the athletic shot stopper graduated from the MSP Szamotuly academy in his homeland before being picked up by Lech Poznan, for whom he made his senior debut in October 2004. In January 2005 he joined Legia Warsaw and was an ever-present in their 2005/6 Ekstraklasa title-winning season – and was also named the division’s best goalkeeper two seasons in a row. In July 2007 a £2m move took him to Arsenal, where he would spend the next seven years, making 84 appearances. Fabianski’s last season in North London was his most memorable; he was the penalty shoot-out hero – saving two spot kicks – in a FA Cup semi-final win over Wigan Athletic before winning the trophy in his final game for the club in a 3-2 win over Hull City. In May 2014 he signed for Swansea City on a free transfer – making 37 Premier League appearances in his debut season. Fabianski has represented Poland for over a decade and was included in the squads for the 2006 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2008 and 2016.

 Position:
Goalkeeper
  Country:
Poland
  Age:
35
  Birth Place:
Kostrzyn nad Odra
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Lukasz Fabianski

 Position:
Goalkeeper
  Country:
Poland
  Age:
35
  Birth Place:
Kostrzyn nad Odra
  Preferred Foot:
Right

Lukasz Fabianski is a Poland international goalkeeper who currently plays for West Ham United. Born on 18th April 1985, the athletic shot stopper graduated from the MSP Szamotuly academy in his homeland before being picked up by Lech Poznan, for whom he made his senior debut in October 2004. In January 2005 he joined Legia Warsaw and was an ever-present in their 2005/6 Ekstraklasa title-winning season – and was also named the division’s best goalkeeper two seasons in a row. In July 2007 a £2m move took him to Arsenal, where he would spend the next seven years, making 84 appearances. Fabianski’s last season in North London was his most memorable; he was the penalty shoot-out hero – saving two spot kicks – in a FA Cup semi-final win over Wigan Athletic before winning the trophy in his final game for the club in a 3-2 win over Hull City. In May 2014 he signed for Swansea City on a free transfer – making 37 Premier League appearances in his debut season. Fabianski has represented Poland for over a decade and was included in the squads for the 2006 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2008 and 2016.