Fraser Gerard Forster is an English footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Scottish Premier League club Celtic. Forster earned his first professional contract with Newcastle United, signing for their Academy in 2005. Forster was Newcastle's third choice goalkeeper in the 2007–08 season while Tim Krul was on loan at Falkirk. He was loaned out to Stockport County on 2 October 2008. He started his first league game for Stockport on 11 October, where his team drew 1–1 away to Southend United. Forster, having been on the bench for Newcastle on over 30 occasions in the Premier League and UEFA Cup, needed regular playing experience and subsequently signed a month-loan deal with Bristol Rovers on 31 July 2009. Forster then signed for Norwich City in a one month loan deal, and was given the 21 jersey. In November 2009, Forster was awarded Norwich City Player of the Month for his impressive statistics. He was named Norwich's Players' Player of the Year 2010 and second in the Supporters' Player of the Year award. It was one of the best seasons in his profile, which was marked by the Macron Golden Gloves Award for the best record of clean sheets in the league, keeping 18 clean sheets in 38 league appearances and 20 clean sheets in 42 appearances in all competitions. On 24 August 2010, Forster joined Celtic on a season-long loan from Newcastle. Forster had a successful season with Celtic, winning a runner-up medal in the League Cup and Scottish Premier League. Forster had a successful 2011-12 season with Celtic, winning the Scottish Premier League and helping his team beat the previous season's record of 23 clean sheet. On 7 November 2012, Forster produced a world class performance against FC Barcelona in the UEFA Champions League group stages, helping Celtic record a historic 2-1 win during the week of the club's 125th anniversary.