Matthieu Chalmé

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Matthieu Chalmé (born 7 October 1980) is a French former professional footballer who played as a right-back. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Matthieu Chalmé has received more than 21,533 page views. His biography is available in 20 different languages on Wikipedia (up from 18 in 2019). Matthieu Chalmé is the 10,287th most popular soccer player (down from 8,218th in 2019), the 850th most popular biography from Belgium (down from 633rd in 2019) and the 174th most popular Belgian Soccer Player.

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  • 2.95

    Coefficient of Variation (CV)

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Among soccer players, Matthieu Chalmé ranks 10,287 out of 16,923Before him are Steve Foster, Francisco Narcizio, Joel Sánchez, Gedson Fernandes, Ahmed Akaïchi, and Evander Sno. After him are Luca Pellegrini, Lucas Romero, A'ala Hubail, Satoru Yoshida, Kazuhiro Suzuki, and Kunio Nagayama.

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Among people born in 1980, Matthieu Chalmé ranks 795Before him are Ioannis Tamouridis, Matt Bonner, Anthony Geslin, Christian Lara, Justin Rose, and Erivaldo Antonio Saraiva. After him are Jérôme Pineau, Nick Collison, Martina Müller, Gevorg Kasparov, Milovan Mirošević, and Gustavo César.

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In Belgium

Among people born in Belgium, Matthieu Chalmé ranks 850 out of 899Before him are Sam Van Rossom (1986), Kevin van der Perren (1982), Kevin Seeldraeyers (1986), Antoine Demoitié (1990), Bart De Clercq (1986), and Charly Musonda (1996). After him are Urko Pardo (1983), Eliot Vassamillet (2000), Aaron Leya Iseka (1997), Ruben Bemelmans (1988), Mile Svilar (1999), and Matz Sels (1992).


Among soccer players born in Belgium, Matthieu Chalmé ranks 174Before him are Massimo Bruno (1993), Benito Raman (1994), Dodi Lukebakio (1997), Mario Mutsch (1984), Hans Vanaken (1992), and Charly Musonda (1996). After him are Urko Pardo (1983), Aaron Leya Iseka (1997), Mile Svilar (1999), Matz Sels (1992), Thomas Kaminski (1992), and Anthony Limbombe (1994).