| Farouk Belkaid|
| Football player|
| (1977-11-14) November 14, 1977 (age 38)|
Brahim Zafour, Hocine Achiou, Slimane Raho, Hamid Berguiga, Moussa Saib
Bordj Menaiel, Algeria
Farouk Belkaïd (born November 14, 1977 in Bordj Menaïel) (Arabic: فاروق بلقايد) is an Algerian football player who is currently playing for RC Arbaâ in the Algerian Ligue Professionnelle 1.
In 1998, Belkaïd joined JS Kabylie from JS Bordj Ménaïel. During his time with the club, he won the CAF Cup three times in a row from 2000 to 2002 and also won the league title in 2004.
In 2003, Belkaïd went on trial with French club AJ Auxerre but was not signed by manager Guy Roux.
Belkaïd received his first call-up to the Algerian National Team on December 8, 2000 for a friendly against Romania in Annaba, Algeria. He played the entire game, with the score ending 3-2 in favour of the visitors.
JS KabylieCAF Cup : 3
Algerian Championnat National : 1
MC Alger Algerian Cup : 1
Algerian Super Cup : 2
ES Sétif Algerian Championnat National : 2
North African Cup of Champions : 1
North African Super Cup : 1
Algerian Cup : 1
North African Cup Winners Cup : 1
DZFoot d'Or: 2002
Farouk Belkaïd Wikipedia