|Full name||David Carabott|
|Date of birth||18 May 1968|
|Place of birth||Melbourne, Australia|
|Birzebbuga St. Peters|
|2005–2006||Msida St. Joseph||10||(1)|
|2009–2010||Balzan Youths (coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 9 February 2010.
† Appearances (Goals).
During his career, Carabott has played for Hibernians, Valletta, Marsaxlokk, Msida St. Joseph and Sliema Wanderers in the Maltese Premier League, Balzan Youths in the Maltese First Division and Għajnsielem of the Gozo Football League.
Carabott has also been capped 122 times for and scored 12 goals for Malta, which to date makes him the country's most capped player.
He moved to Hibernians in 1987 and established himself as a key player, primarily on the right flank. Later in his career he was successfully switched to right-back at both club and international level.
In 2003-04, David Carabott returned to Marsaxlokk after a sixteen-year absence. and made twenty appearances scoring one goal in his first season, and finished the season with a runners up medel in the clubs first ever Maltese Cup final, the club lost the final to Sliema Wanderers.
Msida St. Joseph
David Carabott left Marsaxlokk at the end of the 2004-05 season, and joined fellow Maltese Premier League side Msida St. Joseph, although the move was short lived, with Carabott making just ten appearances and scoring one goal, before been released in December 2005.
During David's first season (the second half of the 2004-05 season) with Sliema Wanderers he notched up nine appearance, but failed to find the net during this time, although the move proved a success as Carabott was a member of the Maltese Premier League winning team.
For the 2005-06 Carabott continued to be a regular in the Sliema Wanderers team. Carabott made 19 appearances, but again failed to score during this time, and with age not on his side, Carabott was released at the end of the season.
David was offered the position of player-coach for Maltese First Division side Balzan Youths for the 2009–10 season, He joined manager Ivan Zammit and helped the newly promoted side achieve an impressive domestic campaign. Carabott picked up a handful of games in spite of his age.
Carabott decided to move back to his hometown club, Marsaxlokk in January 2010, for his third spell with the club. He took up a similar role of player-coach with the club, he remained with the club until the end of 2009–10, before retiring as a player.
David Carabott made his international debut for Malta, whilst playing for Hibernians on 15 November 1987 against Switzerland in a qualifying game for 1988 European Football Championship in a match that finished 1-1.
Carabott made 122 appearances and scored 12 goals for Malta, his first goal came just over one year after his debut during his 12th game on 23 November 1988 in a Friendly game against Cyprus the game again ending in a 1-1 draw.
On July 2012 Carabott signed for Zurrieq F.C. as a coach for the senior team and on his first year we managed to achieve promotion to the 1st Division. This was the first experience for Carabott as a coach for a Maltese senior football team.
- 1993/94, 1994/95 Maltese Premier League
- 2000/01 Maltese Premier League
- 2009/10 Maltese First Division
- 2004 Maltese Cup
- 2004/05 Maltese Premier League