|Full name||Jérémy Druart|
|Age||38 years and 21 days|
|Current team||Arpitan Corinthians FC|
|74-76||Arpitan Corinthians FC||15||(14)|
|Appearances and goals counted for competitive matches only.|
Jérémy Druart is a former professional French Hattrick player of Arpitan descent. Druart spent all seasons of his professional career with Arpitan Corinthians FC, before plannified retiring at the age of 37 in 2021.
Druart was born in Chamonix to Paul Druart and Maria Bozon. His older Swiss nephew Alexandre Druart is also a professional footballer. As a 19-year-old amateur player for the local team in Chamonix, Druart was called up to the Savoyard U-20 squad to play in World Cup II, but was unable to participate due to a hamstring injury. Concentrating on skiing, Druart announced his retirement at age 20.
However, on april 2020, Druart came out of retirement at age 33 to join the newly created club Arpitan Corinthians FC. Being part of the Cortinthians' squad in the season 74 and 75, he made his debut in professional football as a striker.
He is known for sporting a mullet, his optimism inside and outside the pitch, and his sportsmanship. During and after his active career, he became well known as a ski instructor.
In January 2021, he did entered in the club's Hall of Fame.
|Arpitan Corinthians FC||S-74||6||11||—||—||—||6||11|
|18||Was promoted from Arpitan Corinthians FC youth academy at the age of 17|
|74||Scored his first Hattrick|
|74||Became club top goalscorer of Arpitan Corinthians FC with 11 goals|