Clubs: CNFE, Montpellier HSC, Olympique Lyonnais
UEFA Women's Cup: runner-up 2010, winner 2011
• Midfielder Necib is often compared to her male counterpart Zinédine Zidane, with whom she shares technical abilities, place of birth – Marseille – and Algerian origins.
• She started her career at the National Training Centre in Clairefontaine before moving to Montpellier in 2006 aged 19. She joined Lyon a year later.
• Necib has yet to fail to win the French title with Lyon and has added one French Cup to the one she had already won with Montpellier.
• She helped Lyon reach two UEFA Women's Cup semi-finals and the inaugural UEFA Women's Champions League final in 2010, losing to 1. FFC Turbine Potsdam, whom they subsequently beat in London the following year.
• A UEFA European Women's Under-19 Championship runner-up with France in 2005, by that stage she had already made her senior debut the previous February and played at the senior UEFA Women's EURO 2005.
• Her impressive performances in helping France reach the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup semi-finals earned a shortlisting for the Golden Ball.
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|25.09.2013||Women's World Cup||Qualifying round||Kazakhstan||0-4||France||90||0||1|
|31.10.2013||Women's World Cup||Qualifying round||Austria||1-3||France||90||1||1|
|23.11.2013||Women's World Cup||Qualifying round||Bulgaria||0-10||France||90||0||3|
|28.11.2013||Women's World Cup||Qualifying round||France||14-0||Bulgaria||90||1||4|
|05.04.2014||Women's World Cup||Qualifying round||France||7-0||Kazakhstan||90||0||2|
|09.04.2014||Women's World Cup||Qualifying round||France||3-1||Austria||90||0||2|
|07.05.2014||Women's World Cup||Qualifying round||France||4-0||Hungary||90||0||2|
|20.08.2014||Women's World Cup||Qualifying round||Hungary||0-4||France||90||0||1|
|13.09.2014||Women's World Cup||Qualifying round||Finland||0-2||France||90||1||0|
|17.09.2014||Women's World Cup||Qualifying round||France||3-1||Finland||90||1||0|
|09.06.2015||Women's World Cup||Final tournament - Group stage||France||1-0||England||87||0||0|
|13.06.2015||Women's World Cup||Final tournament - Group stage||France||0-2||Colombia||63||0||0|
|21.06.2015||Women's World Cup||Round of 16||France||3-0||Korea Republic||90||0||0|
|26.06.2015||Women's World Cup||Quarter-finals||Germany||1-1|
|UEFA Women's Champions League|