| Marseille, France|
| (1998-08-29) 29 August 1998 (age 17)|
JS Armenienne St-Antoine
Olympique de Marseille (#31 / Midfielder)
Jeremie Porsan‑Clemente, Billel Omrani, Stephane Sparagna, Brice Dja Djedje, Alaixys Romao
Bilal Boutobba Wikipedia
Bilal Boutobba (born 29 August 1998) is a French footballer who plays as a right winger for Spanish club Sevilla Atlético and the France national under-18 football team.
Born in Marseille and a youth product of Olympique de Marseille, Boutobba made his league debut on 14 December 2014 in a 1–0 away defeat against AS Monaco at the Stade Louis II, replacing Mario Lemina for the last six minutes of the game. In doing so, he became the youngest ever player to play an official match for Marseille, at the age of 16 years, 3 months and 15 days. The record was previously held by his teammate Jérémie Porsan-Clemente, who was aged 16 years and 8 months on his debut earlier in the season.
On 18 June 2016, Boutobba confirmed that he would not be renewing his contract with Marseille and would instead be joining La Liga side Sevilla on a free transfer. On 7 July he joined them on a four-year deal, initially assigned to their reserve side. Boutobba made his debut in Segunda División on 10 September, replacing David Carmona for the final seven minutes of a 1–0 loss at CD Lugo.
Boutobba made his debut for France under-17 on 25 October 2014 in a European qualifier at Pafiako Stadium in Paphos, Cyprus, playing the entirety of a 3–0 win over Macedonia. In the opening match of the Elite Round on 20 March 2015, he netted the only goal in the first minute of the second half to defeat Israel. He was part of the French squad which won the finals in Bulgaria, netting in a 5–0 win over Scotland in the first group game.
Later in the year, he went with the team to the FIFA U-17 World Cup, forcing a James McGarry own goal and scoring in a 6–1 rout of New Zealand in the opening group game in Puerto Montt. Three days later, with a third-minute goal, he opened a 4–3 win over Paraguay. In the last 16, he scored in the penalty shootout as France were eliminated by Costa Rica after a goalless draw.As of 10 September 2016
UEFA European Under-17 Championship: 2015