List of Liverpool F.C. players

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Jamie Carragher has the most appearances in Europe. Jamie Carragher 2005.jpg
Jamie Carragher has the most appearances in Europe.

Liverpool Football Club is an English professional association football club based in Liverpool, Merseyside, who currently play in the Premier League. They have played at their current home ground, Anfield, since their foundation in 1892. Liverpool entered the Lancashire League in their first season, winning the league. The club applied to The Football League, to become members of the Second Division in the following season, their application was accepted. Since that time the club's first team has competed in numerous nationally and internationally organised competitions. Since playing their first competitive match, more than 800 players have made a competitive first-team appearance for the club, of whom 218 players have made at least 100 appearances (including substitute appearances); those players are listed here.

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Liverpool's record appearance-maker is Ian Callaghan, who made 857 appearances between 1958 and 1978. Jamie Carragher has made the second most appearances with 737. Eight other players have made more than 600 appearances for the club, every one of them being part of at least one European Cup winning team. Ian Rush is the club's record goalscorer; he scored 346 goals in his 16 years at Liverpool. Rush is the only player to score more than 300 goals for Liverpool; only three other players have scored more than 200 goals for the club. [1]

Players

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Positions key
Pre-1960s1960s–
GK Goalkeeper
FB Full back DF Defender
HB Half back MF Midfielder
FW Forward
U Utility player
Ian Rush, Liverpool's record goalscorer with 346 goals, held the captaincy from 1993 to 1996. Ian Rush.jpg
Ian Rush, Liverpool's record goalscorer with 346 goals, held the captaincy from 1993 to 1996.
Bruce Grobbelaar has the most appearances for an overseas player. Bruce Grobbelaar.png
Bruce Grobbelaar has the most appearances for an overseas player.
Alan Hansen was captain from 1985 to 1988 and in the 1989-90 season. Alan hansen in 2004.png
Alan Hansen was captain from 1985 to 1988 and in the 1989–90 season.
Steven Gerrard is Liverpool's record European goalscorer, and was captain from 2003 to 2015, a record 12 years. The big 4-0.jpg
Steven Gerrard is Liverpool's record European goalscorer, and was captain from 2003 to 2015, a record 12 years.
Billy Liddell was Liverpool's oldest ever goalscorer, and captain from 1955 to 1958. Billy Liddell.jpg
Billy Liddell was Liverpool's oldest ever goalscorer, and captain from 1955 to 1958.
Ronnie Whelan was captain in the 1988-89 season, and shared the captaincy with Steve Nicol in 1990-91. Ronnie Whelan.JPG
Ronnie Whelan was captain in the 1988–89 season, and shared the captaincy with Steve Nicol in 1990–91.
Elisha Scott is the club's longest serving player. Elisha Scott.jpg
Elisha Scott is the club's longest serving player.
Sami Hyypia was captain from 2001 to 2003. Hyypia.jpg
Sami Hyypiä was captain from 2001 to 2003.
Donald McKinlay captained the side during the 1919-20 season, and again from 1921 to 1928. Donald McKinlay-2.jpg
Donald McKinlay captained the side during the 1919–20 season, and again from 1921 to 1928.
Arthur Goddard was captain from 1909 to 1912. Arthur Goddard.jpg
Arthur Goddard was captain from 1909 to 1912.
John Barnes was captain for the 1996-97 season. John Barnes in Kristiansund, Norway.jpg
John Barnes was captain for the 1996–97 season.
Gordon Hodgson scored more hattricks than any other Liverpool player. Gordon Hodgson.jpg
Gordon Hodgson scored more hattricks than any other Liverpool player.
Robbie Fowler was the scorer of the fastest hat-trick in Liverpool history. Robbie Fowler.jpg
Robbie Fowler was the scorer of the fastest hat-trick in Liverpool history.
Alex Raisbeck was the captain for Liverpool's first league triumph in 1901, his tenure being from 1899 to 1909. Alex Raisbeck.jpg
Alex Raisbeck was the captain for Liverpool's first league triumph in 1901, his tenure being from 1899 to 1909.
Jamie Redknapp was captain from 1999 to 2001. Redknapp, Jamie (crop).jpg
Jamie Redknapp was captain from 1999 to 2001.
Michael Owen, seen here during his spell with Newcastle United Michael Owen 072007 cropped.jpg
Michael Owen, seen here during his spell with Newcastle United
Liverpool players with over 100 appearances
NameNationalityPositionLiverpool careerStartsSubsTotalGoalsRef
Appearances
Joe McQue Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1892–1898142014214 [3]
John McCartney Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1892–189816601667 [4]
Matt McQueen Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland U1892–189710301037 [5]
Malcolm McVean Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1892–1897126012643 [6]
Harry Bradshaw Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1893–1898138013851 [7]
Billy Dunlop Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1895–190936303633 [8]
Archie Goldie Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1895–190014901491 [9]
Harry Storer Flag of England.svg EnglandGK1895–1901
1898–1899
12101210 [10]
William Goldie Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1897–190417401746 [11]
Jack Cox Flag of England.svg EnglandHB1898–1909361036180 [12]
Alex Raisbeck Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1898–1909341034119 [13]
Tom Robertson Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland HB1898–1902141014134 [14]
John Walker Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1898–1902120012031 [15]
Bill Perkins Flag of England.svg EnglandGK1899–190311701170 [16]
Sam Raybould Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1900–19072260226130 [17]
Maurice Parry Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales FB1900–190922102214 [18]
Arthur Goddard Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1902–1914414041477 [19]
Jack Parkinson Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1902–19142190219128 [20]
Alf West Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1903–1909
1910–1911
14101416 [21]
Robbie Robinson Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1904–1912271027165 [22]
Joe Hewitt Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1904–1910164016473 [23]
Tom Chorlton Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1904–191212101218 [24]
Sam Hardy Flag of England.svg EnglandGK1905–191224002400 [25]
James Bradley Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1905–191118601868 [26]
James Harrop Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1908–191213901394 [27]
Ronald Orr Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1908–1912112011239 [28]
Robert Crawford Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1909–191511501151 [29]
Donald Mackinlay Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1910–1929434043434 [30]
Ephraim Longworth Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1910–192837003700 [31]
Harry Lowe Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1911–1920136013620 [32]
Bob Pursell Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1911–192011301130 [33]
Elisha Scott Saint Patrick's Saltire.svg  Ireland GK1912–193446804680 [34]
Bill Lacey Saint Patrick's Saltire.svg  Ireland/Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland HB1912–1915
1919–1924
260026029 [35]
Tom Miller Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1912–1920146014656 [36]
Ken Campbell Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland GK1912–192014201420 [37]
Robert Ferguson Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1912–191510301032 [38]
Jackie Sheldon Flag of England.svg EnglandHB1913–1922147014720 [39]
Harry Chambers Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1915–19283390339151 [40]
Walter Wadsworth Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1915–192624202428 [41]
Tommy Lucas Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1916–193336603663 [42]
Tom Bromilow Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1919–1929375037511 [43]
Dick Forshaw Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1919–19272880288123 [44]
Jock McNab Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1920–192822202226 [45]
Fred Hopkin Flag of England.svg EnglandHB1921–1931360036012 [46]
Gordon Hodgson Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1925–19363770377241 [47]
Arthur Riley Flag of South Africa (1928-1994).svg  South Africa GK1925–194033803380 [48]
James Jackson Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1925–193322402242 [49]
Dick Edmed Flag of England.svg EnglandHB1926–1932170017046 [50]
Robert Done Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1926–1935155015513 [51]
Tom Morrison Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1927–193525402544 [52]
Jimmy McDougall Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1928–1938356035612 [53]
Harold Barton Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1928–1934109010929 [54]
Archie McPherson Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1929–1934133013319 [55]
Tom Bradshaw Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1930–193829102914 [56]
Dave Wright Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1930–1934100010035 [57]
Alf Hanson Flag of England.svg EnglandHB1931–1938177017752 [58]
Robert Savage Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1931–193810501052 [59]
Willie Steel Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1931–193512801280 [60]
Berry Nieuwenhuys Flag of South Africa (1928-1994).svg  South Africa HB1933–1947257025779 [61]
Tom Cooper Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1934–193916001600 [62]
Jim Harley Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1934–194813101310 [63]
Jack Balmer Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1935–19523090309110 [64]
Willie Fagan Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1935–1952182018257 [65]
Phil Taylor Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1936–1954343034332 [66]
Matt Busby Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1936–193912201223 [67]
Bill Jones Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1938–1954277027717 [68]
Cyril Done Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1938–1952111011036 [69]
Billy Liddell Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1939–19615340534228 [70]
Ray Lambert Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales FB1939–195634203422 [71]
Bob Paisley Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1939–1954277027713 [72]
Eddie Spicer Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1939–195416801682 [73]
Laurie Hughes Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1943–196032603261 [74]
Jimmy Payne Flag of England.svg EnglandHB1944–1956243024343 [75]
Albert Stubbins Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1946–1953178017883 [76]
Cyril Sidlow Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales GK1946–195216501650 [77]
Kevin Baron Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1946–1954153015332 [78]
Brian Jackson Flag of England.svg EnglandHB1951–1958133013311 [79]
Ronnie Moran Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1952–1965379037917 [80]
Alan A'Court Flag of England.svg EnglandHB1952–1964381038163 [81]
Geoff Twentyman Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1953–1960184018419 [82]
Roy Saunders Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1953–195914601461 [83]
John Evans Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1953–1957107010753 [84]
Louis Bimpson Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1953–1959102010239 [85]
Jimmy Melia Flag of England.svg EnglandHB1954–1964286028679 [86]
Gerry Byrne Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1955–196933213334 [87]
John Molyneux Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1955–196224902493 [88]
Dick White Flag of England.svg EnglandFB1955–196221702171 [89]
Johnny Wheeler Flag of England.svg EnglandHB1955–1963177017723 [90]
Tommy Younger Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland GK1956–195912701270 [91]
Tommy Lawrence Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland GK1958–197139003900 [92]
Roger Hunt Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1958–19694875492285 [93]
Jimmy Harrower Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland HB1958–1961105010522 [94]
Tommy Leishman Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FB1959–196311801187 [95]
Bert Slater Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland GK1959–196211101110 [96]
Ian Callaghan Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1960–1978850785768 [97]
Chris Lawler Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1960–1975549054961 [98]
Gordon Milne Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1960–1967280228218 [99]
Ron Yeats Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland DF1961–1971453145416 [100]
Ian St. John Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1961–19714205425118 [101]
Bobby Graham Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1961–19721251213742 [102]
Tommy Smith Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1962–1978637163848 [103]
Willie Stevenson Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland HB1962–1967240124118 [104]
Peter Thompson Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1963–19744051141654 [105]
Geoff Strong Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1964–1970195620133 [106]
Ray Clemence Flag of England.svg EnglandGK1967–198166506650 [107]
Emlyn Hughes Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1967–1979665066549 [108]
Brian Hall Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland [109] MF1968–19761982622421 [110]
Alun Evans Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1968–1972105611133 [111]
Alec Lindsay Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1969–1977246224818 [112]
Larry Lloyd Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1969–197421802185 [113]
Phil Boersma Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1969–1975992112030 [114]
Steve Heighway Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland MF1970–19814482747576 [115]
John Toshack Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales FW1970–19782371024796 [116]
Kevin Keegan Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1971–19773230323100 [117]
Phil Thompson Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1972–1985470747713 [118]
Peter Cormack Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland MF1972–1976169917826 [119]
Jimmy Case Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1973–19812452426946 [120]
Terry McDermott Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1973–19823171232981 [121]
Phil Neal Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1974–1985648265059 [122]
Ray Kennedy Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1974–1982390339372 [123]
David Fairclough Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1974–1983926215455 [124]
Joey Jones Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales DF1975–197810001003 [125]
Sammy Lee Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1976–1986288729519 [126]
David Johnson Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1976–19821773621378 [127]
Alan Hansen Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland DF1977–1991618262014 [128]
Kenny Dalglish Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland FW1977–199049718515172 [129]
Graeme Souness Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland MF1978–1984357235955 [130]
Alan Kennedy Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1978–1985357235920 [131]
Ronnie Whelan Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland MF1979–19944751849373 [132]
Ian Rush Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales FW1980–1987
1988–1996
63030660346 [133]
Bruce Grobbelaar Flag of Zimbabwe.svg  Zimbabwe GK1981–199462806280 [134]
Steve Nicol Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland DF1981–19954511746846 [135]
Mark Lawrenson Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland DF1981–19883461035618 [136]
Craig Johnston Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1981–19882323927140 [137]
Gary Gillespie Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland DF1983–1991205921416 [138]
Gary Ablett Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1983–199213891471 [139]
Jan Mølby Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark MF1984–19962603229261 [140]
Paul Walsh Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1984–1988922011237 [141]
John Wark Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland MF1984–1988941410842 [142]
Steve McMahon Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1985–1991275227750 [143]
Steve Staunton Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland DF1986–1991
1998–2000
126221487 [144]
Barry Venison Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1986–1992139191583 [145]
John Aldridge Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland FW1987–1989891510463 [146]
John Barnes Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1987–19974034407108 [147]
Peter Beardsley Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1987–19911601517559 [148]
Mike Marsh Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1987–199370311016 [149]
Ray Houghton Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland MF1987–1992195720238 [150]
David Burrows Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1988–1993181121933 [151]
Steve Harkness Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1989–1999119201393 [152]
Steve McManaman Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1990–19993481636466 [153]
Jamie Redknapp Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1991–20022703830841 [154]
Mark Wright Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1991–199820642109 [155]
Mark Walters Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1991–1996824212419 [156]
Rob Jones Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1991–199924122430 [157]
Michael Thomas Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1991–19981283516312 [158]
David James Flag of England.svg EnglandGK1992–199927612770 [159]
Dominic Matteo Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland DF1992–2000137181552 [160]
Stig Inge Bjørnebye Flag of Norway.svg  Norway DF1992–200017591844 [161]
Robbie Fowler Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1993–2001
2006–2007
30960369183 [162]
Neil Ruddock Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1993–1998146615212 [163]
Phil Babb Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland DF1994–200016461701 [164]
Jason McAteer Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland MF1995–1999119201396 [165]
Patrik Berger Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic MF1996–20031366019635 [166]
Jamie Carragher Flag of England.svg EnglandDF1996–2013702357375 [167]
Michael Owen Flag of England.svg EnglandFW1996–200426730297158 [168]
Steven Gerrard Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1998–201564763710186 [169]
Danny Murphy Flag of England.svg EnglandMF1997–20041787124944 [170]
Sami Hyypiä Flag of Finland.svg  Finland DF1999–2009455946435 [171]
Dietmar Hamann Flag of Germany.svg GermanyMF1999–20062533028311 [172]
Stéphane Henchoz Flag of Switzerland.svg  SwitzerlandDF1999–200520142050 [173]
Vladimír Šmicer Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic MF1999–20051107418419 [174]
Sander Westerveld Flag of the Netherlands.svg NetherlandsGK1999–200110301030 [175]
Djimi Traoré Flag of Mali.svg  Mali DF1999–2006120211411 [176]
Emile Heskey Flag of England.svg EnglandFW2000–20041764722360 [177]
Igor Bišćan Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia MF2000–200581371183 [178]
John Arne Riise Flag of Norway.svg  Norway DF2001–20082965234831 [179]
Jerzy Dudek Flag of Poland.svg PolandGK2001–200718421860 [180]
Milan Baroš Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic FW2001–2005664210827 [181]
Steve Finnan Flag of Ireland.svg  Ireland DF2003–2008200172171 [182]
Harry Kewell Flag of Australia (converted).svg AustraliaMF2003–20081093013916 [183]
Xabi Alonso Flag of Spain.svg SpainMF2004–20091812921019 [184]
Luis García Flag of Spain.svg SpainFW2004–2007853612130 [185]
Peter Crouch Flag of England.svg EnglandFW2005–2008934113442 [186]
Pepe Reina Flag of Spain.svg SpainGK2005–201439403940 [187]
Daniel Agger Flag of Denmark.svg  Denmark DF2006–20142122023214 [188]
Fábio Aurélio Flag of Brazil.svg BrazilDF2006–201292421344 [189]
Dirk Kuyt Flag of the Netherlands.svg NetherlandsFW2006–20122374828571 [190]
Ryan Babel Flag of the Netherlands.svg NetherlandsMF2007–2011658114622 [191]
Yossi Benayoun Flag of Israel.svg  Israel MF2007–2010815313429 [192]
Lucas Leiva Flag of Brazil.svg BrazilMF2007–2017266793457 [193]
Javier Mascherano Flag of Argentina.svg  Argentina MF2007–201013271392 [194]
Fernando Torres Flag of Spain.svg SpainFW2007–20111261614281 [195]
Martin Škrtel Flag of Slovakia.svg  Slovakia DF2008–20163011932018 [196]
Glen Johnson Flag of England.svg EnglandDF2009–201519192009 [197]
Jordan Henderson Flag of England.svg EnglandMF2011–3375539230 [198]
Luis Suárez Flag of Uruguay.svg  Uruguay FW2011–2014125813382 [199]
Raheem Sterling Flag of England.svg EnglandMF2012–2015983112923 [200]
Joe Allen Flag of Wales (1959-present).svg  Wales MF2012–201692401327 [201]
Daniel Sturridge Flag of England.svg EnglandFW2013–2019986216067 [202]
Philippe Coutinho Flag of Brazil.svg BrazilMF2013–20171752620154 [203]
Simon Mignolet Flag of Belgium (civil).svg BelgiumGK2013–201920312040 [204]
Dejan Lovren Flag of Croatia.svg  Croatia DF2014–2020168171858 [205]
Adam Lallana Flag of England.svg EnglandMF2014–20201176117822 [206]
Alberto Moreno Flag of Spain.svg SpainDF2014–2019118231413 [207]
Emre Can Flag of Germany.svg GermanyMF2014–20181452216714 [208]
Nathaniel Clyne Flag of England.svg  England DF2015–20209671032 [209]
Roberto Firmino Flag of Brazil.svg BrazilFW2015–2504229287 [210]
Joe Gomez Flag of England.svg  England DF2015–99221210 [211]
James Milner Flag of England.svg EnglandMF2015–1767425026 [212]
Divock Origi Flag of Belgium (civil).svg  Belgium FW2015–639415735 [213]
Georginio Wijnaldum Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands MF2016–2063123722 [214]
Sadio Mané Flag of Senegal.svg  Senegal FW2016–2021621897 [215]
Joël Matip Flag of Cameroon.svg  Cameroon DF2016–109141236 [216]
Trent Alexander-Arnold Flag of England.svg  England DF2016–1611817910 [217]
Mohamed Salah Flag of Egypt.svg  Egypt MF2017–19013203125 [218]
Andrew Robertson Flag of Scotland.svg  Scotland DF2017–17251775 [219]
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain Flag of England.svg  England MF2017–485610414 [220]
Virgil van Dijk Flag of the Netherlands.svg  Netherlands DF2018–130013013 [221]
Alisson Flag of Brazil.svg BrazilGK2018–13001301 [222]
Fabinho Flag of Brazil.svg BrazilMF2018–100221223 [223]

100 players who shook the Kop

A poll of 110,000 Liverpool F.C. fans in 2006 revealed their opinion on the "100 players who shook the Kop", i.e. whose contribution had a big impact on the club. The overall winner was Kenny Dalglish ahead of Steven Gerrard. [224] (Note: not all of these players made over 100 appearances for the club). British newspapers frequently refer to the list placings when discussing the careers of players included. [225]

A second running of the poll in 2013 saw Gerrard replace Dalglish at the top of the list, as well as some new entries (mostly post-2006 players). [226] [227]

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