Jordan Hibbert

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Jordan Hibbert
0Full Name Jordan Gerald Hibbert
0Date of Birth 25 October 1990
0Place of Birth London, England
0Position Midfielder
0Chelsea career 2006 - 2008
0Debut n/a
0Games (goals) n/a
0Other clubs None

Jordan Hibbert (born 25 October 1990 in London, England) is a midfielder who formerly played for Chelsea's Academy team.


Pre-Chelsea career

Jordan joined Chelsea's junior ranks at the age of 14.

Chelsea career

Comfortable in any of the three roles Chelsea desired in the middle of the park, Jordan was a natural leader who captained the Under-16s team at times, and held an on-pitch persona displaying a confident and encouraging young man.

With two good feet, a nice long pass and a threat off long shots, he was able to contribute effectively when making the step up to Under-18 football. The 2007-08 season was disrupted by a leg injury ruling him out fpr most of the middle of the campaign, but towards the end of the year his fitness returned and he was part of a group of youngsters called into the Reserve mix.

In September 2008, Jordan left the club's academy with a surprising abruptness, citing the desire to play for a club closer to his South London home.


Jordan has not represented England at any level.

Career statistics

Youth Team Football

Season Club Total
Apps Goals
2006-07 Chelsea 8 2
2007-08 Chelsea 17 1
2008-09 Chelsea 1 0

Career honours


Post Chelsea Career

A trial with Charlton followed but they decided not to pursue a deal, leaving Jordan in a quandary. Eventually he settled at Barnsley and did well enough to sign professional terms and make the first team bench, although a senior debut didn't follow. In 2010 he was released on a free transfer and was last on trial at Leeds United.

He signed for Queens Park Rangers in late 2010 and went on loan to Boreham Wood, where he made 8 league appearances. He was released in January 2011 and had minor spells at Sutton United and Billericay Town before joining SC Farense for 2011-12. His overseas adventure continued into 2012-13 when he moved to Swedish club Athletic FC, but a return to England soon beckoned with spells at non-league Thamesmead Town, Met Police and Dulwich Hamlet.

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