English Football Hall of Fame

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The English Football Hall of Fame is housed at the National Football Museum in Manchester, England. The Hall aims to celebrate and highlight the achievements of the all-time top English footballing talents, as well as non-English players and managers who have become significant figures in the history of the English game. New members are added each year, with an induction ceremony held in the autumn, formerly at varying locations, but exclusively at the Museum itself following its move to Manchester's Urbis building in 2012.

Contents

The Hall is on permanent display at the Museum. An accompanying book, The Football Hall of Fame: The Official Guide to the Greatest Footballing Legends of All Time, was first published in October 2005 by Robson Books. Authored by football historian Rob Galvin and the Museum's founding curator Mark Bushell, it is updated every year with the newest inductees, containing an in-depth profile about the career and reputation of each one, along with a select exhibit from the Museum which relates to their achievements.

Selection panel

Members of the Hall of Fame are chosen by a panel. Initially, this consisted of ex-players Jimmy Armfield, Sir Trevor Brooking, Jimmy Hill, Mark Lawrenson and Gordon Taylor, all of whom had become professional pundits and/or senior figures in football after retiring.

In subsequent years, former England national team manager Graham Taylor and former England international Steve Hodge have also served stints on the panel, though it is now chiefly a grouping of eminent football historians. The current panel features Neil Carter, Tony Collins, Jeffrey Hill, Peter Holme, Dick Holt, John Hughson, Simon Inglis, Alexander Jackson, Gary James, Graham Kelly, Tony Mason, Kevin Moore, Martin Polley, Dil Porter, Dave Russell, Matthew Taylor, Jean Williams and John Williams.

All surviving inductees to the Hall are granted an additional place on the panel. Two players have been inducted as the 'Fans' Choice', following polls on the BBC Sport and Sky Sports websites.

History

Initially, there were three main categories of induction; a mass of 'Players' and 'Managers' from the men's game, together with one figure from the women's game (Sir Alf Ramsey is noted as the only figure to date honoured in both of the main male categories). To be considered for induction, players must be either retired or at least 30 years of age. All inductees must also have played/managed for at least five years in England.

In 2007, two other regular categories were established. Chiefly, this was in recognition of football's central role in English culture, extending Hall of Fame honours to those who have contributed greatly to the English game outside the more obvious fields of play. The Community Champion category – sponsored by the Football Foundation – honours professional players who have donated their spare time and money to the grassroots level of the sport, while the Football for All Award – sponsored by The Football Association – is presented to pioneers of the various forms of football played by disabled people.

Since 2009, the Museum has also commemorated great teams from history alongside its awarding of individual players and coaches. The criteria for a team's induction is that they must have played at least a quarter of a century prior. 2013 saw the first induction of a referee, while 2017 saw the first induction of a figure from the football media.

On occasional circumstances there will also be a presentation of a 'special award', usually to mark significant anniversaries. Jimmy Hill is to date the sole recipient of an honour styled as a Lifetime Achievement Award, in celebration of his unusual polymathic career in the game.

On 27 February 2020 the Premier League announced plans to officially launch its Hall of Fame, with plans to induct its first two players on 19 March 2020. For one to be inducted in the Premier League Hall of Fame, [1] it is a requirement that the player must be a retiree of the Premier League and only the player's Premier League career will be used for consideration for their candidacy. [2] [3]

Inductees

Positions key
GK Goalkeeper
DF Defender
MF Midfielder
FW Forward

Men

George Best, inducted in 2002. George Best (1976).jpg
George Best, inducted in 2002.
Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Charlton, both inducted in 2002. Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Charlton.jpg
Jimmy Greaves and Bobby Charlton, both inducted in 2002.
Stanley Matthews, inducted in 2002. Stanley Matthews 1962 (crop).jpg
Stanley Matthews, inducted in 2002.
Arthur Wharton, inducted in 2003. Arthur Wharton c1896.jpg
Arthur Wharton, inducted in 2003.
Alan Shearer, inducted in 2004. Alan Shearer 1998.jpg
Alan Shearer, inducted in 2004.
Dennis Bergkamp, inducted in 2007. Dennis Bergkamp Euro '96.jpg
Dennis Bergkamp, inducted in 2007.
Thierry Henry, inducted in 2008. Thierry Henry Arsenal U19s Vs Olympiacos (21650432628).jpg
Thierry Henry, inducted in 2008.
Paul Scholes, inducted in 2008. Paul Scholes 2017.jpg
Paul Scholes, inducted in 2008.
Gary Speed, inducted in 2017. Gary Speed 2011.jpg
Gary Speed, inducted in 2017.
YearNameApps.GoalsPos.YearsClubsNot.Ref.
2002 Flag of England.svg Gordon Banks 5100GK1958–1973 Chesterfield (23), Leicester City (293), Stoke City (194) [4] [5]
Ulster Banner.svg George Best 411147FW1963–1983 Manchester United (361), Stockport County (3), Fulham (42), Bournemouth (5) [lower-alpha 1] [4] [6]
Flag of France.svg Eric Cantona 17474FW1992–1997 Leeds United (28), Manchester United (146) [lower-alpha 2] [4] [7]
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg John Charles 376171FW1949–1966 Leeds United (308), Cardiff City (68) [lower-alpha 3] [4] [8]
Flag of England.svg Bobby Charlton 644207MF1956–1975 Manchester United (606), Preston North End (38) [lower-alpha 4] [lower-alpha 5] [4] [9]
Flag of Scotland.svg Kenny Dalglish 355118FW1977–1990 Liverpool [lower-alpha 6] [4] [10]
Flag of England.svg Dixie Dean 438379FW1923–1939 Tranmere Rovers (30), Everton (399), Notts County (9) [lower-alpha 7] [4] [11]
Ulster Banner.svg Peter Doherty 406199FW1933–1953 Blackpool (83), Manchester City (122), Derby County (15), Huddersfield Town (83), Doncaster Rovers (103) [4] [12]
Flag of England.svg Duncan Edwards 15120MF1953–1958 Manchester United [4] [13]
Flag of England.svg Tom Finney 433187FW1946–1960 Preston North End [lower-alpha 8] [4] [14]
Flag of England.svg Paul Gascoigne 26745MF1985–2004 Newcastle United (92), Tottenham Hotspur (92), Middlesbrough (41), Everton (32), Burnley (6), Boston United (4) [lower-alpha 9] [4] [15]
Flag of England.svg Jimmy Greaves 516357FW1957–1971 Chelsea (157), Tottenham Hotspur (321), West Ham United (38) [lower-alpha 10] [4] [16]
Flag of England.svg Johnny Haynes 594146FW1952–1970 Fulham [4] [17]
Flag of England.svg Kevin Keegan 500170FW1968–1984 Scunthorpe United (124), Liverpool (230), Southampton (68), Newcastle United (78) [lower-alpha 11] [4] [18]
Flag of Scotland.svg Denis Law 458217FW1956–1974 Huddersfield Town (81), Manchester City (68), Manchester United (309) [lower-alpha 12] [4] [19]
Flag of England.svg Nat Lofthouse 452255FW1946–1960 Bolton Wanderers [4] [20]
Flag of Scotland.svg Dave Mackay 41648DF1959–1972 Tottenham Hotspur (268), Derby County (122), Swindon Town (26) [lower-alpha 13] [4] [21]
Flag of England.svg Stanley Matthews 69771MF1932–1965 Stoke City (318), Blackpool (379) [4] [22]
Flag of England.svg Bobby Moore 66825DF1958–1977 West Ham United (544), Fulham (124) [4] [23]
Flag of England.svg Bryan Robson 569114MF1975–1997 West Bromwich Albion (198), Manchester United (346), Middlesbrough (25) [4] [24]
Flag of England.svg Peter Shilton 10051GK1966–1997 Leicester City (286), Stoke City (110), Nottingham Forest (202), Southampton (188), Derby County (175), Plymouth Argyle (34), Bolton Wanderers (1), Leyton Orient (9) [4] [25]
Flag of England.svg Billy Wright 49013DF1939–1959 Wolverhampton Wanderers [4] [26]
2003 Flag of England.svg Alan Ball 743170MF1962–1983 Blackpool (146), Everton (208), Arsenal (177), Southampton (132), Bristol Rovers (17) [4] [27]
Ulster Banner.svg Danny Blanchflower 55327DF1949–1964 Barnsley (68), Aston Villa (148), Tottenham Hotspur (337) [4] [28]
Ulster Banner.svg Pat Jennings 7570GK1963–1985 Watford (48), Tottenham Hotspur (472), Arsenal (237) [4] [29]
Flag of England.svg Tommy Lawton 390231FW1936–1955 Burnley (25), Everton (87), Chelsea (42), Notts County (151), Brentford (50), Arsenal (35) [4] [30]
Flag of England.svg Gary Lineker 340192FW1978–1992 Leicester City (194), Everton (41), Tottenham Hotspur (105) [lower-alpha 14] [4] [31]
Flag of England.svg Stan Mortensen 395225FW1941–1958 Blackpool (317), Hull City (42), Southport (36) [4] [32]
Flag of Denmark.svg Peter Schmeichel 3501GK1991–2003 Manchester United (292), Aston Villa (29), Manchester City (29) [lower-alpha 15] [lower-alpha 16] [4] [33]
Flag of England.svg Arthur Wharton 410GK1885–1902 Preston North End, Rotherham Town (34), Sheffield United (1), Stalybridge Rovers, Ashton North End, Stockport County (6) [lower-alpha 17] [4]
2004 Flag of England.svg Tony Adams 50432DF1983–2002 Arsenal [34] [35]
Flag of England.svg Viv Anderson 59437DF1974–1995 Nottingham Forest (328), Arsenal (120), Manchester United (54), Sheffield Wednesday (70), Barnsley (20), Middlesbrough (2) [36] [37]
Flag of Scotland.svg Billy Bremner 65296MF1960–1982 Leeds United (586), Hull City (61), Doncaster Rovers (5) [38] [39]
Flag of England.svg Geoff Hurst 529212FW1958–1976 West Ham United (411), Stoke City (108), West Bromwich Albion (10) [40] [41]
Flag of Ireland.svg Roy Keane 44256MF1990–2005 Nottingham Forest (115), Manchester United (327) [42] [43]
Flag of England.svg Wilf Mannion 357100FW1936–1956 Middlesbrough (341), Hull City (16) [44] [45]
Flag of England.svg Alan Shearer 560284FW1988–2006 Southampton (118), Blackburn Rovers (139), Newcastle United (303) [lower-alpha 18] [46] [47]
2005 Flag of England.svg John Barnes 589155MF1981–1999 Watford (233), Liverpool (317), Newcastle United (27), Charlton Athletic (12) [48] [49]
Flag of England.svg Colin Bell 476142MF1963–1979 Bury (82), Manchester City (394) [50] [51]
Flag of England.svg Jack Charlton 62870DF1952–1973 Leeds United [52] [53]
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Ryan Giggs 672114MF1990–2014 Manchester United [lower-alpha 19] [54] [55]
Flag of Scotland.svg Alex James 37879FW1925–1937 Preston North End (147), Arsenal (231) [56]
Flag of Germany.svg Bert Trautmann 5080GK1949–1964 Manchester City [lower-alpha 20] [57] [58]
Flag of England.svg Ian Wright 493235FW1985–2000 Crystal Palace (225), Arsenal (221), West Ham United (22), Nottingham Forest (10), Burnley (15) [lower-alpha 21] [59] [60]
2006 Flag of Ireland.svg Liam Brady 32451MF1973–1990 Arsenal (235), West Ham United (89) [lower-alpha 22] [61] [62]
Flag of Scotland.svg Alan Hansen 4348DF1977–1990 Liverpool [lower-alpha 23] [63] [64]
Flag of England.svg Roger Hunt 480269FW1958–1972 Liverpool (404), Bolton Wanderers (76) [65] [66]
Flag of England.svg Jackie Milburn 353177FW1943–1957 Newcastle United [67] [68]
Flag of England.svg Martin Peters 722175MF1959–1981 West Ham United (302), Tottenham Hotspur (189), Norwich City (207), Sheffield United (24) [69] [70]
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Ian Rush 572246FW1978–1999 Chester City (34), Liverpool (471), Leeds United (36), Newcastle United (10), Sheffield United (4), Wrexham (17) [lower-alpha 24] [71]
Flag of Italy.svg Gianfranco Zola 22959FW1996–2003 Chelsea [lower-alpha 25] [72] [73]
2007 Flag of England.svg Peter Beardsley 658209FW1979–1999 Carlisle United (104), Newcastle United (276), Liverpool (131), Everton (81), Bolton Wanderers (17), Manchester City (6), Fulham (21), Hartlepool United (22) [lower-alpha 26] [74] [75]
Flag of the Netherlands.svg Dennis Bergkamp 31587FW1995–2006 Arsenal [lower-alpha 27] [lower-alpha 28] [76] [77]
Flag of England.svg Glenn Hoddle 47390MF1975–1995 Tottenham Hotspur (378), Swindon Town (64), Chelsea (31) [lower-alpha 29] [78] [79]
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Mark Hughes 561153FW1980–2002 Manchester United (346), Chelsea (95), Southampton (52), Everton (18), Blackburn Rovers (50) [lower-alpha 30] [78] [80]
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Billy Meredith 670164FW1894–1924 Manchester City (367), Manchester United (303) [81] [82]
Flag of Scotland.svg Graeme Souness 42360MF1972–1984 Middlesbrough (176), Liverpool (247) [lower-alpha 31] [83] [84]
Flag of England.svg Nobby Stiles 41420DF1960–1975 Manchester United (311), Middlesbrough (57), Preston North End (46) [85] [86]
2008 Flag of England.svg Jimmy Armfield 5686DF1954–1971 Blackpool [87] [88]
Flag of England.svg David Beckham 27164MF1992–2003 Manchester United (266), Preston North End (5) [lower-alpha 32] [89] [90]
Flag of England.svg Steve Bloomer 598352FW1891–1914 Derby County (473), Middlesbrough (125) [91]
Flag of France.svg Thierry Henry 258175FW1999–2012 Arsenal [lower-alpha 33] [lower-alpha 34] [92] [93]
Flag of England.svg Emlyn Hughes 63243MF1964–1984 Blackpool (28), Liverpool (474), Wolverhampton Wanderers (58), Rotherham United (56), Hull City (9), Swansea City (7) [n 1] [94]
Flag of England.svg Paul Scholes 500107MF1993–2013 Manchester United [95] [96]
Flag of England.svg Ray Wilson 4096DF1955–1971 Huddersfield Town (266), Everton (116), Oldham Athletic (25), Bradford City (2) [97] [98]
2009 Flag of Argentina.svg Ossie Ardiles 25216MF1978–1990 Tottenham Hotspur (237), Blackburn Rovers (5), Queens Park Rangers (8), Swindon Town (2) [lower-alpha 35] [99] [100]
Flag of England.svg Cliff Bastin 367156MF1928–1947 Exeter City (17), Arsenal (350) [101] [102]
Flag of England.svg Trevor Brooking 52888MF1966–1984 West Ham United [lower-alpha 36] [99] [103]
Flag of England.svg George Cohen 4086DF1956–1969 Fulham [99] [104]
Flag of Scotland.svg Frank McLintock 60956DF1956–1977 Leicester City (168), Arsenal (314), Queens Park Rangers (127) [105] [106]
Flag of England.svg Len Shackleton 384128FW1940–1957 Bradford Park Avenue (7), Newcastle United (57), Sunderland (320) [107] [108]
Flag of England.svg Teddy Sheringham 734276FW1983–2008 Millwall (220), Aldershot (5), Nottingham Forest (42), Tottenham Hotspur (236), Manchester United (104), Portsmouth (32), West Ham United (76), Colchester United (19) [109] [110]
Flag of England.svg Frank Swift 3380GK1932–1950 Manchester City [lower-alpha 37] [111] [112]
2010 Flag of England.svg Charlie Buchan 481258FW1911–1928 Sunderland (379), Arsenal (102) [113] [114]
Flag of England.svg Ian Callaghan 73151MF1959–1982 Liverpool (640), Swansea City (76), Crewe Alexandra (15) [115] [116]
Flag of England.svg Ray Clemence 7580GK1965–1988 Scunthorpe United (48), Liverpool (470), Tottenham Hotspur (240) [117] [118]
Flag of Ireland.svg Johnny Giles 557101MF1959–1977 Manchester United (99), Leeds United (383), West Bromwich Albion (75) [117] [119]
Flag of England.svg Francis Lee 500228FW1960–1976 Bolton Wanderers (189), Manchester City (249), Derby County (62) [120] [121]
Flag of England.svg Alf Ramsey 31632DF1946–1955 Southampton (90), Tottenham Hotspur (226) [122] [123]
Flag of England.svg Clem Stephenson 440127FW1910–1928 Aston Villa (193), Huddersfield Town (248) [124] [125]
2013 Flag of England.svg Raich Carter 444199FW1931–1952 Sunderland (245), Derby County (63), Hull City (136) [126] [127]
Flag of Scotland.svg Eddie Gray 45552MF1965–1984 Leeds United [126] [128]
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Cliff Jones 511184FW1952–1970 Swansea Town (168), Tottenham Hotspur (318), Fulham (25) [126] [129]
Flag of England.svg Matthew Le Tissier 443161FW1986–2002 Southampton [126] [130]
Flag of England.svg Mike Summerbee 71692MF1959–1979 Swindon Town (218), Manchester City (357), Burnley (51), Blackpool (3), Stockport County (87) [126] [131]
Flag of England.svg Ray Wilkins 53045MF1973–1997 Chelsea (179), Manchester United (160), Queens Park Rangers (183), Crystal Palace (1), Wycombe Wanderers (1), Millwall (3), Leyton Orient (3) [lower-alpha 38] [126] [132]
2014 Flag of England.svg Trevor Francis 484176FW1970–1994 Birmingham City (280), Nottingham Forest (70), Manchester City (26), Queens Park Rangers (32), Sheffield Wednesday (76) [lower-alpha 39] [133] [134]
Flag of Scotland.svg Hughie Gallacher 434296FW1925–1939 Newcastle United (160), Chelsea (132), Derby County (51), Notts County (45), Grimsby Town (12), Gateshead (34) [lower-alpha 40] [133] [135]
Ulster Banner.svg Jimmy McIlroy 576133FW1950–1968 Burnley (439), Stoke City (98), Oldham Athletic (39) [133] [136]
Flag of England.svg Michael Owen 326150FW1996–2013 Liverpool (216), Newcastle United (71), Manchester United (31), Stoke City (8) [lower-alpha 41] [133] [137]
Flag of France.svg Patrick Vieira 30732MF1996–2011 Arsenal (279), Manchester City (28) [lower-alpha 42] [133] [138]
2015 Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Ivor Allchurch 694251FW1949–1968 Swansea Town (448), Newcastle United (143), Cardiff City (103) [139] [140]
Flag of England.svg Bob Crompton 53014DF1896–1919 Blackburn Rovers [141] [142]
Flag of England.svg Norman Hunter 67922DF1962–1983 Leeds United (540), Bristol City (108), Barnsley (31) [141] [143]
Flag of Ireland.svg Paul McGrath 45723DF1982–1998 Manchester United (163), Aston Villa (253), Derby County (24), Sheffield United (12) [141] [144]
Flag of England.svg Alan Mullery 67662MF1958–1972 Fulham (364), Tottenham Hotspur (312) [141] [145]
Flag of England.svg Gary Neville 4005DF1993–2011 Manchester United [141] [146]
Flag of England.svg Stuart Pearce 57172DF1983–2002 Coventry City (52), Nottingham Forest (402), Newcastle United (37), West Ham United (42), Manchester City (38) [141] [147]
2016 Flag of England.svg Rio Ferdinand 51411DF1995–2015 West Ham United (127), Bournemouth (10), Leeds United (54), Manchester United (312), Queens Park Rangers (11) [148] [149]
Flag of Ireland.svg Denis Irwin 68430DF1983–2004 Leeds United (72), Oldham Athletic (167), Manchester United (370), Wolverhampton Wanderers (75) [148] [150]
Flag of Ireland.svg Mark Lawrenson 46618DF1974–1988 Preston North End (73), Brighton & Hove Albion (152), Liverpool (241) [148] [151]
Flag of Scotland.svg Billy Liddell 492215MF1946–1961 Liverpool [148] [152]
Flag of Scotland.svg John Robertson 47064MF1970–1986 Nottingham Forest (398), Derby County (72) [148] [153]
Flag of England.svg David Seaman 7320GK1982–2004 Peterborough United (91), Birmingham City (75), Queens Park Rangers (141), Arsenal (406), Manchester City (19) [148] [154]
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Neville Southall 7020GK1979–2000 Bury (39), Everton (579), Port Vale (9), Southend United (9), Stoke City (12), Torquay United (53), Bradford City (1) [lower-alpha 43] [148] [155]
Flag of Scotland.svg Gordon Strachan 38370MF1984–1997 Manchester United (160), Leeds United (197), Coventry City (26) [lower-alpha 44] [148] [156]
2017 Flag of England.svg Billy Bonds 75849DF1964–1988 Charlton Athletic (95), West Ham United (663) [157] [158]
Flag of England.svg Steven Gerrard 503120MF1998–2016 Liverpool [lower-alpha 45] [lower-alpha 46] [157] [159]
Flag of England.svg Frank Lampard 620178MF1992–2015 West Ham United (148), Swansea City (9), Chelsea (429), Manchester City (32) [157] [160]
Flag of England.svg Charlie Roberts 37428DF1903–1915 Grimsby Town (31), Manchester United (271), Oldham Athletic (72) [161]
Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg Gary Speed 678103MF1988–2010 Leeds United (249), Everton (58), Newcastle United (213), Bolton Wanderers (121), Sheffield United (37) [157] [162]
Flag of Scotland.svg Bob Wilson 2340GK1963–1974 Arsenal [157] [163]
2019 Flag of England.svg Cyrille Regis 610159FW1977–1996 West Bromwich Albion (237), Coventry City (238), Aston Villa (52), Wolverhampton Wanderers (19), Wycombe Wanderers (35), Chester City (29) [lower-alpha 47] [164] [165]
2020 Flag of England.svg Justin Fashanu 26178FW1978–1993 Norwich City (90), Nottingham Forest (32), Southampton (9), Notts County (64), Brighton & Hove Albion (16), Manchester City (2), West Ham United (2), Leyton Orient (5), Torquay United (41) [lower-alpha 48] [166]

Women

Hope Powell, inducted in 2003. Arsenal LFC v Kelly Smith All-Stars XI (076) (cropped).jpg
Hope Powell, inducted in 2003.
Kelly Smith, inducted in 2017. Arsenal LFC v Kelly Smith All-Stars XI (038) (cropped).jpg
Kelly Smith, inducted in 2017.
YearNameCapsGoalsPos.YearsClubsNot.Ref.
2002 Flag of England.svg Lily Parr 00FW1919–1951 Dick, Kerr Ladies [lower-alpha 49] [167]
2003 Flag of England.svg Hope Powell 6635MF1978–1998 Millwall Lionesses, Friends of Fulham, Bromley Borough [168]
2004 Flag of England.svg Sue Lopez 220DF1966–1985 Southampton [169]
2005 Flag of England.svg Debbie Bampton 957MF1978–1997Lowestoft, Howbury Grange, Millwall Lionesses, Wimbledon, Arsenal Ladies, Croydon, Doncaster Rovers Belles [170]
2006 Flag of England.svg Gillian Coulthard 11930MF1976–2001 Doncaster Rovers Belles [171]
2007 Flag of England.svg Karen Walker 8340FW1985–2006 Doncaster Rovers Belles, Leeds United Ladies [172]
Flag of England.svg Joan Whalley 10MF1937–1956 Dick, Kerr Ladies [173]
2008 Flag of England.svg Pauline Cope 600GK1982–2006 Millwall Lionesses, Arsenal Ladies, Charlton Athletic [174]
2009 Flag of England.svg Marieanne Spacey 9128FW1984–1996 Friends of Fulham, Arsenal Ladies [175]
2010 Flag of England.svg Brenda Sempare 80MF1984–1997 Friends of Fulham, Croydon Ladies [176]
2013 Flag of England.svg Sheila Parker 330DF1961–1980 Preston, Fodens, St. Helens, Chorley [177]
2014 Flag of England.svg Sylvia Gore 21MF1956–1980Manchester Corinthians, Fodens [178]
2015 Flag of England.svg Faye White 9012DF1996–2013 Arsenal Ladies [179]
2016 Flag of England.svg Rachel Brown-Finnis 820GK1995–2014 Liverpool, Everton Ladies, Arsenal Ladies [180]
Flag of England.svg Rachel Unitt 1028DF1998–2017 Wolves Women, Everton Ladies, Fulham Ladies, Leeds City Vixens, Birmingham City, Notts County, Solihull Moors, London Bees [181]
2017 Flag of England.svg Kelly Smith 11746FW1994–2017 Wembley Ladies, Arsenal Ladies [182]
Flag of England.svg Rachel Yankey 12919MF1996–2016 Arsenal Ladies, Fulham Ladies, Birmingham Ladies, Notts County Ladies [183]
2019 Flag of England.svg Alex Scott 14012DF2002–2018 Arsenal Ladies, Birmingham City [184]
2021 Flag of England.svg Karen Carney 14432MF2001–2019 Birmingham City, Arsenal Ladies, Chelsea Women [185]

Managers

Alf Ramsey, inducted as a manager in 2002, and later as a player in 2010. He is the only person to be honoured as such. Alf Ramsey 1966.jpg
Alf Ramsey, inducted as a manager in 2002, and later as a player in 2010. He is the only person to be honoured as such.
YearNameYearsGWDLW%ClubsNot.Ref.
2002 Flag of Scotland.svg Matt Busby 1945–19711,1415762632920.505 Manchester United [lower-alpha 50] [186]
Flag of England.svg Brian Clough 1965–19931,4536753684100.465 Hartlepools United, Derby County, Brighton & Hove Albion, Leeds United, Nottingham Forest [187]
Flag of Scotland.svg Alex Ferguson 1986–20132,1551,2534904120.581 Manchester United [lower-alpha 51] [lower-alpha 52] [188]
Flag of England.svg Bob Paisley 1974–1983535308131960.576 Liverpool [189]
Flag of England.svg Alf Ramsey 1955–19785102561061480.502 Ipswich Town, England, Birmingham City [190]
Flag of Scotland.svg Bill Shankly 1949–19741,1905863052990.492 Carlisle United, Grimsby Town, Workington, Huddersfield Town, Liverpool [191]
2003 Flag of England.svg Herbert Chapman 1907–19346173031561580.491 Northampton Town, Leeds City, Huddersfield Town, Arsenal [192] [193]
Flag of England.svg Stan Cullis 1948–19709614402213000.458 Wolverhampton Wanderers, Birmingham City [4] [194]
Flag of England.svg Bill Nicholson 1958–19748234011972250.487 Tottenham Hotspur [195]
Flag of England.svg Bobby Robson 1968–20041,0954882763310.446 Fulham, Ipswich Town, England, Newcastle United [lower-alpha 53] [4]
2004 Flag of England.svg Dario Gradi 1977–20111,5575743756080.369 Wimbledon, Crystal Palace, Crewe Alexandra [196]
Flag of England.svg Don Revie 1961–19777283791981510.521 Leeds United, England [197]
2005 Flag of England.svg Howard Kendall 1979–19987643452102090.452 Blackburn Rovers, Everton, Manchester City, Notts County, Sheffield United [lower-alpha 54]
Flag of England.svg Walter Winterbottom 1946–19621397833280.561 England [198]
2006 Flag of England.svg Ron Greenwood 1961–19827132691862580.377 West Ham United, England [199]
Flag of France.svg Arsène Wenger 1996–20181,2357072802480.572 Arsenal [lower-alpha 55]
2007 Flag of England.svg Terry Venables 1976–20036782791952040.412 Crystal Palace, Queens Park Rangers, Tottenham Hotspur, England, Middlesbrough, Leeds United [lower-alpha 56] [200]
2008 Flag of England.svg Bertie Mee 1966–19765402411481510.446 Arsenal [201] [202]
2009 Flag of England.svg Malcolm Allison 1964–19933951081211660.273 Plymouth Argyle, Manchester City, Crystal Palace, Yeovil Town, Middlesbrough, Bristol Rovers [lower-alpha 57] [203]
Flag of England.svg Joe Mercer 1955–19748273402052820.411 Sheffield United, Aston Villa, Manchester City, Coventry City, England [204]
2010 Flag of England.svg Harry Catterick 1951–19771,1465142813510.449 Crewe Alexandra, Rochdale, Sheffield Wednesday, Everton, Preston North End [117] [205]

Other awards

In 2004, Sepp Blatter, then president of FIFA, was inducted to mark the world federation's centenary. He became the first figure outside the English game to be honoured by the Museum.

In 2007, the Football Foundation Community Champion award was created, with its inaugural holder being Niall Quinn. The following winners were Peter Beardsley (2008), Robbie Earle (2009) [206] and Graham Taylor (2010). [207] The award has been inactive since then.

Also in 2007, the Football for All Award was created, with its inaugural holder being Stephen Daley, a Northern Irish-born English footballer whose professional career was ended by loss of vision at 18, and later became the captain of the partially sighted England national team. In 2008, Steve Johnson, a regular member of the England squad for amputee football and the leader of Everton's charity venture, Everton in the Community, won the award. [208] In 2009, Ronnie Watson, a footballer who has learning disabilities, won the award. He had been training with Oldham Athletic, in preparation for the 2008 European Learning Disability Championship, where he would captain the England LD side. [209] In 2010, George Ferguson won the award. Ferguson is a long-time member of Everton's blind football team and secretary of the Visually Impaired Football League. 2013 saw David Clarke, captain of Great Britain blind football team, win the award. From 2014 to 2017, members of the England cerebral palsy team were honoured, with Matt Dimbylow, [133] Gary Davies, [141] Martin Sinclair [148] and Alistair Patrick-Heselton winning. [210]

The presentation of a special award would happen sporadically over the years. In 2007, Sheffield, the world's oldest football club was commemorated for reaching its 150th anniversary. In 2008, Michel Platini, then president of UEFA, became the second figure outside the English game to be honoured by the Museum in a one-off European Hall of Fame ceremony. Two years later, Jimmy Hill was honoured with a special lifetime achievement award. [211] In 2013, the special award was used three times. Firstly, to Civil Service, the only surviving club of those represented at the official formation of the Football Association in 1863. Secondly, to Ebenezer Cobb Morley, the first secretary of the Football Association and often considered to be its founding father, inducted to mark the governing body's 150th anniversary. Thirdly, to William McGregor, the founder of the Football League was inducted to commemorate the organisation's 125th anniversary. In 2014, the Football Battalion, a group of professional footballers and fans who fought in the Battle of the Somme, were honoured. [133] In 2015, Sun Jihai, the first Chinese player in the English game, was made "Anglo-Chinese Football Ambassador". His surprise induction was announced as part of the state visit to the United Kingdom by Chinese President Xi Jinping. The decision caused controversy on social media with Labour's shadow minister for sport Clive Efford suggesting that the award had been bought by the office of Prime Minister David Cameron. A spokesman for the museum explained that Sun had been recognised for his "ambassadorial role in enhancing the profile and popularity of English football to a Chinese audience". [212] In 2016, two clubs were honoured: Cambridge University, for their unofficial claim to be the world's oldest club; some documents in their archive suggest a foundation year of 1856, the year before Sheffield began, [213] and Notts County for their status as the world's oldest club currently playing at a professional level; founded in 1862. [214]

Team awards were introduced in 2008, as part of a one-off European Hall of Fame ceremony. Manchester United and Liverpool's European Cup winning sides of 1968 and 1978 were the first teams inducted. In 2009, Manchester United's Busby Babes squad of the 1950s and Manchester City's cup-winning squad of the late 1960s and early 1970s were inducted. [215] In 2010, the World Cup winning England squad was inducted. In 2011, Aston Villa's European Cup winning side of 1982 was inducted in a special ceremony. In 2014, Preston North End's "Invincibles" team was inducted. [133] In 2016, Nottingham Forest's European Cup winning squad of 1979 and 1980 was inducted. [214]

In 2013, a referee section was created, with Jack Taylor being its only inductee so far, [216] and in 2017, a journalism section was created with Hugh McIlvanney the inaugural holder.

Notes

  1. Fans' Choice, in conjunction with Sky Sports.
  1. Also played in 17 Scottish Football League matches for Hibernian.
  2. Also played in 182 Ligue 1 matches for Auxerre, Marseille, Bordeaux, Montpellier and Nîmes.
  3. Also played in 160 Serie A matches for Juventus and AS Roma.
  4. Also honoured with Presidency of the Museum.
  5. Also played in 4 League of Ireland matches for Waterford, and played in 5 National Soccer League matches for Perth Azzurri and Blacktown City.
  6. Also played in 204 Scottish Football League matches for Celtic.
  7. Also played in 7 League of Ireland matches for Sligo Rovers.
  8. Also honoured with Vice-Presidency of the Museum
  9. Also played in 41 Serie A matches for Lazio, and 74 Scottish Football League matches for Rangers.
  10. Also played in 12 Serie A matches for A.C. Milan
  11. Also played in 90 Bundesliga matches for Hamburger SV.
  12. Also played in 27 Serie A matches for Torino.
  13. Also played in 135 Scottish Football League matches for Hearts.
  14. Also played in 103 La Liga matches for Barcelona, and 18 J1 League matches for Nagoya Grampus Eight.
  15. Schmeichel collected his Hall of Fame trophy in 2013, having missed his initial inauguration in 2003.
  16. Also played in 197 Danish 1st Division for Hvidovre and Brøndby, and played in 55 Primeira Liga matches for Sporting CP.
  17. Born in Jamestown, Gold Coast (now Accra, Ghana). Wharton moved to England aged 19, but he did not play for the national team.
  18. Shearer collected his Hall of Fame trophy in 2014, having missed his initial inauguration in 2004.
  19. Giggs collected his Hall of Fame trophy in 2015, having missed his initial inauguration in 2005.
  20. Born in Bremen, Germany. Trautmann's professional career began a few months after the creation of West Germany, but he did not play for the national team, despite the possibility to do so.
  21. Also played in 8 Scottish Premier League matches for Celtic.
  22. Also played in 191 Serie A matches for Juventus, Sampdoria and Internazionale.
  23. Also played in 86 Scottish Football League matches for Partick Thistle.
  24. Also played in 29 Serie A matches for Juventus
  25. Also played in 281 Serie A matches for Napoli, Parma and Cagliari
  26. Also played in 73 North American Soccer League matches for Vancouver Whitecaps.
  27. Fans' Choice, in conjunction with BBC Sport.
  28. Also played in 185 Eredivisie matches for Ajax, and played in 85 Serie A matches for Inter Milan.
  29. Also played in 69 Ligue 1 matches for Monaco.
  30. Also played in 28 La Liga matches for Barcelona, and played in 18 Bundesliga matches for Bayern Munich.
  31. Also played in 56 Serie A matches for Sampdoria, and played in 50 Scottish Football League matches for Rangers.
  32. Also played in 116 La Liga matches for Real Madrid, played in 98 Major League Soccer matches for LA Galaxy, played in 29 Serie A matches for Milan, and in 10 Ligue 1 matches for Paris Saint-Germain.
  33. Henry collected his Hall of Fame trophy at a special ceremony in 2011, having missed his initial inauguration in 2008.
  34. Also played in 110 Ligue 1 matches for Monaco, played in 16 Serie A matches for Juventus, played in 80 La Liga matches for Barcelona, and played in 122 Major League Soccer matches for New York Red Bulls.
  35. Also played in 129 Primera División matches for Belgrano and Huracán, and played in 14 Ligue 1 matches for Paris Saint-Germain.
  36. Also honoured with Vice-Presidency of the Museum.
  37. Also played in 158 wartime league matches
  38. Also played 73 Serie A matches for A.C. Milan, played 13 Ligue 1 matches for Paris Saint-Germain, played in 86 Scottish Football League matches for Rangers and Hibernian
  39. Also played in 89 Serie A matches for Sampdoria and Atalanta, and played in 18 Scottish Football League matches for Rangers
  40. Also played in 120 Scottish Football League matches for Queen of the South and Airdrieonians
  41. Also played in 35 La Liga matches for Real Madrid.
  42. Also played in 49 Ligue 1 matches for Cannes, and played in 100 Serie A matches for Milan, Juventus and Inter Milan.
  43. Also honoured in 2008 as Everton supporters' "favourite performer in European games" at a one-off European Hall of Fame ceremony.
  44. Also played in 252 Scottish Football League for Dundee and Aberdeen.
  45. Also honoured in 2008 as Liverpool supporters' "favourite performer in European games" at a one-off European Hall of Fame ceremony.
  46. Also played in 18 Major League Soccer matches for LA Galaxy.
  47. Born in Maripasoula, French Guiana. Regis moved to England aged five, and was capped by the national team during the 1980s.
  48. Fashanu did not play for the national team, but was capped at U21 level.
  49. Also scored over 900 goals in her club career
  50. Also managed Great Britain and Scotland.
  51. Also honoured with Vice-Presidency of the Museum.
  52. Also managed East Stirlingshire, St Mirren, Aberdeen and Scotland.
  53. Also managed PSV Eindhoven, Sporting CP, Porto and Barcelona.
  54. Also managed Athletic Bilbao.
  55. Also managed Nancy, Monaco and Nagoya Grampus Eight.
  56. Also managed Barcelona and Australia.
  57. Also managed Toronto City, Galatasaray, Sporting CP, Willington, Kuwait, Vitória de Setúbal, SC Farense and Fisher Athletic.

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