Mark Noble was born in Canning Town, London on May 8th 1987. Mark joined Arsenal's Academy at the age of 11 and instantly started showing great potential. His local club West Ham United quickly showed interest in him and he made the move to Upton Park in 2000.
At the age of 15, Mark became the youngest player ever to appear in West Ham United's reserve team.
Noble made his senior debut for West Ham at 17 years old in the League Cup against Southend United. After just four months, Mark won Young Hammer Of The Year at the end of the season.
After a return to the Premier League for West Ham in the 2005-06 season, Noble struggled to come across game time and subsequently sent out on loan.
Mark made his return to West Ham in 2007, where he soon established a place in the club's starting 11. Noble remained a constant in the clubs team until his retirement in 2022.
In 2015, Mark was named as the new Club Captain, succeeding Kevin Nolan after the Hammers' historic final season at the Boleyn Ground.
Noble played his last home game for West Ham on 15 May in a 2–2 draw with Premier League champions, Manchester City as he came on as a 77th-minute substitute in front of a sellout stadium.
Mark made 472 domestic league appearances for the Hammers over 18 seasons between 2004-2022, scoring 55 goals for the club.
The West Ham supporters nicknamed him "Mr West Ham" due to his loyalty and dedication to the club during his career.
Mark won the club's Hammer of the Year trophy twice, as well as being voted Hammer of the Decade at the end of the 2010s.