Robert Huth is a three-time Premier League winner with two of his teams. He won the Premier League title twice at Chelsea before playing a big role in the unlikely title win at Leicester City.Robert Huth started his Premier League career at reigning Champions League winners Chelsea whom he joined from German club Union Berlin as a teenager in 2001. He made his debut for the Chelsea first team in 2002

German defender Huth made one appearance in the Premier League for Chelsea during the 2001/02 season. Robert Huth represented the Blues twice in the Premier League in the following season. The German centre back became a regular fixture in the Chelsea team during the 2003/04 season as he played 16 times for the Blues in the Premier League.

Chelsea appointed Jose Mourinho as their manager at the start of the 2004/05 season and he went on to lead the West London giants to the Premier League title. Huth made ten appearances on the way to winning that title. In the following season, Mourinho led Chelsea to retain the Premier League title and Robert Huth contributed his own quota with 13 appearances. In total, he played 42 times for the Blues in the Premier League before signing for Middlesbrough in 2006.

While he was at Middlebrough, Robert Huth scored two goals in 53 games for the club in the Premier League. His first Premier League goal came while he was a Boro player. Huth spent three years at Middlesbrough before signing for Stoke City in 2009.

Robert Huthfound the back of the net 13 times in 149 Premier League matches at Stoke City. He joined Leicester City initially on loan in January 2015 before signing permanently for the Foxes. He scored once in 14 matches in the league while on loan at the King Power Stadium. Robert Huthended his spell at Leicester City with a Premier League title, netting five times in 68 games in the league.