List of Liverpool F.C. players

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.

Jamie Carragher has the most appearances in Europe.

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

  • Appearances and goals are for first-team competitive matches only, including Premier League, The Football League, FA Cup, Football League Cup, FA Charity/Community Shield, European Cup/UEFA Champions League, UEFA Cup/UEFA Europa League, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup, Inter-Cities Fairs Cup, UEFA Super Cup and FIFA Club World Cup matches; wartime matches are regarded as unofficial and are excluded, as are matches from the abandoned 1939–40 season.
  • Players are listed according to the date of their first team début for the club.
  • Positions are listed according to the tactical formations that were employed at the time. Thus the change in the names of defensive and midfield reflects the tactical evolution that occurred from the 1960s onwards.
  • Statistics correct as of 23 May 2021.

Table headers

  • Nationality – If a player played international football, the country/countries he played for are shown. Otherwise, the player's nationality is given as their country of birth.
  • Liverpool career – The year of the player's first appearance for Liverpool to the year of his last appearance.
  • Starts – The number of games started.
  • Sub – The number of games played as a substitute. Substitutions were only introduced to the Football League in the 1960s.[2]
  • Total – The total number of games played, both as a starter and as a substitute.
Positions key
Pre-1960s 1960s–
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.
Bruce Grobbelaar has the most appearances for an overseas player.
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.
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.
Elisha Scott is the club's longest serving player.
Sami Hyypiä was captain from 2001 to 2003.
Donald McKinlay captained the side during the 1919–20 season, and again from 1921 to 1928.
Arthur Goddard was captain from 1909 to 1912.
John Barnes was captain for the 1996–97 season.
Gordon Hodgson scored more hattricks than any other Liverpool player.
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.
Jamie Redknapp was captain from 1999 to 2001.
Michael Owen, seen here during his spell with Newcastle United
Liverpool players with over 100 appearances
Name Nationality Position Liverpool career Starts Subs Total Goals Ref
Appearances
Joe McQue  Scotland FB 1892–1898 142 0 142 14 [3]
John McCartney  Scotland FB 1892–1898 166 0 166 7 [4]
Matt McQueen  Scotland U 1892–1897 103 0 103 7 [5]
Malcolm McVean  Scotland FW 1892–1897 126 0 126 43 [6]
Harry Bradshaw  England FW 1893–1898 138 0 138 51 [7]
Billy Dunlop  Scotland FB 1895–1909 363 0 363 3 [8]
Archie Goldie  Scotland FB 1895–1900 149 0 149 1 [9]
Harry Storer  England GK 1895–1901
1898–1899
121 0 121 0 [10]
William Goldie  Scotland FB 1897–1904 174 0 174 6 [11]
Jack Cox  England HB 1898–1909 361 0 361 80 [12]
Alex Raisbeck  Scotland FB 1898–1909 341 0 341 19 [13]
Tom Robertson  Scotland HB 1898–1902 141 0 141 34 [14]
John Walker  Scotland FW 1898–1902 120 0 120 31 [15]
Bill Perkins  England GK 1899–1903 117 0 117 0 [16]
Sam Raybould  England FW 1900–1907 226 0 226 130 [17]
Maurice Parry  Wales FB 1900–1909 221 0 221 4 [18]
Arthur Goddard  England FW 1902–1914 414 0 414 77 [19]
Jack Parkinson  England FW 1902–1914 219 0 219 128 [20]
Alf West  England FB 1903–1909
1910–1911
141 0 141 6 [21]
Robbie Robinson  England FB 1904–1912 271 0 271 65 [22]
Joe Hewitt  England FW 1904–1910 164 0 164 73 [23]
Tom Chorlton  England FB 1904–1912 121 0 121 8 [24]
Sam Hardy  England GK 1905–1912 240 0 240 0 [25]
James Bradley  England FB 1905–1911 186 0 186 8 [26]
James Harrop  England FB 1908–1912 139 0 139 4 [27]
Ronald Orr  Scotland FW 1908–1912 112 0 112 39 [28]
Robert Crawford  Scotland FB 1909–1915 115 0 115 1 [29]
Donald Mackinlay  Scotland FB 1910–1929 434 0 434 34 [30]
Ephraim Longworth  England FB 1910–1928 370 0 370 0 [31]
Harry Lowe  England FB 1911–1920 136 0 136 20 [32]
Bob Pursell  Scotland FB 1911–1920 113 0 113 0 [33]
Elisha Scott  Ireland GK 1912–1934 468 0 468 0 [34]
Bill Lacey  Ireland/ Ireland HB 1912–1915
1919–1924
260 0 260 29 [35]
Tom Miller  Scotland FW 1912–1920 146 0 146 56 [36]
Ken Campbell  Scotland GK 1912–1920 142 0 142 0 [37]
Robert Ferguson  Scotland FB 1912–1915 103 0 103 2 [38]
Jackie Sheldon  England HB 1913–1922 147 0 147 20 [39]
Harry Chambers  England FW 1915–1928 339 0 339 151 [40]
Walter Wadsworth  England FB 1915–1926 242 0 242 8 [41]
Tommy Lucas  England FB 1916–1933 366 0 366 3 [42]
Tom Bromilow  England FB 1919–1929 375 0 375 11 [43]
Dick Forshaw  England FW 1919–1927 288 0 288 123 [44]
Jock McNab  Scotland FB 1920–1928 222 0 222 6 [45]
Fred Hopkin  England HB 1921–1931 360 0 360 12 [46]
Gordon Hodgson  England FW 1925–1936 377 0 377 241 [47]
Arthur Riley  South Africa GK 1925–1940 338 0 338 0 [48]
James Jackson  Scotland FB 1925–1933 224 0 224 2 [49]
Dick Edmed  England HB 1926–1932 170 0 170 46 [50]
Robert Done  England FB 1926–1935 155 0 155 13 [51]
Tom Morrison  Scotland FB 1927–1935 254 0 254 4 [52]
Jimmy McDougall  Scotland FB 1928–1938 356 0 356 12 [53]
Harold Barton  England FW 1928–1934 109 0 109 29 [54]
Archie McPherson  Scotland FW 1929–1934 133 0 133 19 [55]
Tom Bradshaw  Scotland FB 1930–1938 291 0 291 4 [56]
Dave Wright  Scotland FW 1930–1934 100 0 100 35 [57]
Alf Hanson  England HB 1931–1938 177 0 177 52 [58]
Robert Savage  England FB 1931–1938 105 0 105 2 [59]
Willie Steel  Scotland FB 1931–1935 128 0 128 0 [60]
Berry Nieuwenhuys  South Africa HB 1933–1947 257 0 257 79 [61]
Tom Cooper  England FB 1934–1939 160 0 160 0 [62]
Jim Harley  Scotland FB 1934–1948 131 0 131 0 [63]
Jack Balmer  England FW 1935–1952 309 0 309 110 [64]
Willie Fagan  Scotland FW 1935–1952 182 0 182 57 [65]
Phil Taylor  England FB 1936–1954 343 0 343 32 [66]
Matt Busby  Scotland FB 1936–1939 122 0 122 3 [67]
Bill Jones  England FB 1938–1954 277 0 277 17 [68]
Cyril Done  England FW 1938–1952 111 0 110 36 [69]
Billy Liddell  Scotland FW 1939–1961 534 0 534 228 [70]
Ray Lambert  Wales FB 1939–1956 342 0 342 2 [71]
Bob Paisley  England FB 1939–1954 277 0 277 13 [72]
Eddie Spicer  England FB 1939–1954 168 0 168 2 [73]
Laurie Hughes  England FB 1943–1960 326 0 326 1 [74]
Jimmy Payne  England HB 1944–1956 243 0 243 43 [75]
Albert Stubbins  England FW 1946–1953 178 0 178 83 [76]
Cyril Sidlow  Wales GK 1946–1952 165 0 165 0 [77]
Kevin Baron  England FW 1946–1954 153 0 153 32 [78]
Brian Jackson  England HB 1951–1958 133 0 133 11 [79]
Ronnie Moran  England FB 1952–1965 379 0 379 17 [80]
Alan A'Court  England HB 1952–1964 381 0 381 63 [81]
Geoff Twentyman  England FB 1953–1960 184 0 184 19 [82]
Roy Saunders  England FB 1953–1959 146 0 146 1 [83]
John Evans  England FW 1953–1957 107 0 107 53 [84]
Louis Bimpson  England FW 1953–1959 102 0 102 39 [85]
Jimmy Melia  England HB 1954–1964 286 0 286 79 [86]
Gerry Byrne  England FB 1955–1969 332 1 333 4 [87]
John Molyneux  England FB 1955–1962 249 0 249 3 [88]
Dick White  England FB 1955–1962 217 0 217 1 [89]
Johnny Wheeler  England HB 1955–1963 177 0 177 23 [90]
Tommy Younger  Scotland GK 1956–1959 127 0 127 0 [91]
Tommy Lawrence  Scotland GK 1958–1971 390 0 390 0 [92]
Roger Hunt  England FW 1958–1969 487 5 492 285 [93]
Jimmy Harrower  Scotland HB 1958–1961 105 0 105 22 [94]
Tommy Leishman  Scotland FB 1959–1963 118 0 118 7 [95]
Bert Slater  Scotland GK 1959–1962 111 0 111 0 [96]
Ian Callaghan  England MF 1960–1978 850 7 857 68 [97]
Chris Lawler  England DF 1960–1975 549 0 549 61 [98]
Gordon Milne  England MF 1960–1967 280 2 282 18 [99]
Ron Yeats  Scotland DF 1961–1971 453 1 454 16 [100]
Ian St. John  Scotland FW 1961–1971 420 5 425 118 [101]
Bobby Graham  Scotland FW 1961–1972 125 12 137 42 [102]
Tommy Smith  England DF 1962–1978 637 1 638 48 [103]
Willie Stevenson  Scotland HB 1962–1967 240 1 241 18 [104]
Peter Thompson  England MF 1963–1974 405 11 416 54 [105]
Geoff Strong  England DF 1964–1970 195 6 201 33 [106]
Ray Clemence  England GK 1967–1981 665 0 665 0 [107]
Emlyn Hughes  England DF 1967–1979 665 0 665 49 [108]
Brian Hall  Scotland[109] MF 1968–1976 198 26 224 21 [110]
Alun Evans  England FW 1968–1972 105 6 111 33 [111]
Alec Lindsay  England DF 1969–1977 246 2 248 18 [112]
Larry Lloyd  England DF 1969–1974 218 0 218 5 [113]
Phil Boersma  England FW 1969–1975 99 21 120 30 [114]
Steve Heighway  Ireland MF 1970–1981 448 27 475 76 [115]
John Toshack  Wales FW 1970–1978 237 10 247 96 [116]
Kevin Keegan  England FW 1971–1977 323 0 323 100 [117]
Phil Thompson  England DF 1972–1985 470 7 477 13 [118]
Peter Cormack  Scotland MF 1972–1976 169 9 178 26 [119]
Jimmy Case  England MF 1973–1981 245 24 269 46 [120]
Terry McDermott  England MF 1973–1982 317 12 329 81 [121]
Phil Neal  England DF 1974–1985 648 2 650 59 [122]
Ray Kennedy  England MF 1974–1982 390 3 393 72 [123]
David Fairclough  England FW 1974–1983 92 62 154 55 [124]
Joey Jones  Wales DF 1975–1978 100 0 100 3 [125]
Sammy Lee  England MF 1976–1986 288 7 295 19 [126]
David Johnson  England FW 1976–1982 177 36 213 78 [127]
Alan Hansen  Scotland DF 1977–1991 618 2 620 14 [128]
Kenny Dalglish  Scotland FW 1977–1990 497 18 515 172 [129]
Graeme Souness  Scotland MF 1978–1984 357 2 359 55 [130]
Alan Kennedy  England DF 1978–1985 357 2 359 20 [131]
Ronnie Whelan  Ireland MF 1979–1994 475 18 493 73 [132]
Ian Rush  Wales FW 1980–1987
1988–1996
630 30 660 346 [133]
Bruce Grobbelaar  Zimbabwe GK 1981–1994 628 0 628 0 [134]
Steve Nicol  Scotland DF 1981–1995 451 17 468 46 [135]
Mark Lawrenson  Ireland DF 1981–1988 346 10 356 18 [136]
Craig Johnston  England MF 1981–1988 232 39 271 40 [137]
Gary Gillespie  Scotland DF 1983–1991 205 9 214 16 [138]
Gary Ablett  England DF 1983–1992 138 9 147 1 [139]
Jan Mølby  Denmark MF 1984–1996 260 32 292 61 [140]
Paul Walsh  England FW 1984–1988 92 20 112 37 [141]
John Wark  Scotland MF 1984–1988 94 14 108 42 [142]
Steve McMahon  England MF 1985–1991 275 2 277 50 [143]
Steve Staunton  Ireland DF 1986–1991
1998–2000
126 22 148 7 [144]
Barry Venison  England DF 1986–1992 139 19 158 3 [145]
John Aldridge  Ireland FW 1987–1989 89 15 104 63 [146]
John Barnes  England MF 1987–1997 403 4 407 108 [147]
Peter Beardsley  England FW 1987–1991 160 15 175 59 [148]
Mike Marsh  England DF 1987–1993 70 31 101 6 [149]
Ray Houghton  Ireland MF 1987–1992 195 7 202 38 [150]
David Burrows  England DF 1988–1993 181 12 193 3 [151]
Steve Harkness  England DF 1989–1999 119 20 139 3 [152]
Steve McManaman  England MF 1990–1999 348 16 364 66 [153]
Jamie Redknapp  England MF 1991–2002 270 38 308 41 [154]
Mark Wright  England DF 1991–1998 206 4 210 9 [155]
Mark Walters  England MF 1991–1996 82 42 124 19 [156]
Rob Jones  England DF 1991–1999 241 2 243 0 [157]
Michael Thomas  England MF 1991–1998 128 35 163 12 [158]
David James  England GK 1992–1999 276 1 277 0 [159]
Dominic Matteo  Scotland DF 1992–2000 137 18 155 2 [160]
Stig Inge Bjørnebye  Norway DF 1992–2000 175 9 184 4 [161]
Robbie Fowler  England FW 1993–2001
2006–2007
309 60 369 183 [162]
Neil Ruddock  England DF 1993–1998 146 6 152 12 [163]
Phil Babb  Ireland DF 1994–2000 164 6 170 1 [164]
Jason McAteer  Ireland MF 1995–1999 119 20 139 6 [165]
Patrik Berger  Czech Republic MF 1996–2003 136 60 196 35 [166]
Jamie Carragher  England DF 1996–2013 702 35 737 5 [167]
Michael Owen  England FW 1996–2004 267 30 297 158 [168]
Steven Gerrard  England MF 1998–2015 647 63 710 186 [169]
Danny Murphy  England MF 1997–2004 178 71 249 44 [170]
Sami Hyypiä  Finland DF 1999–2009 455 9 464 35 [171]
Dietmar Hamann  Germany MF 1999–2006 253 30 283 11 [172]
Stéphane Henchoz   Switzerland DF 1999–2005 201 4 205 0 [173]
Vladimír Šmicer  Czech Republic MF 1999–2005 110 74 184 19 [174]
Sander Westerveld  Netherlands GK 1999–2001 103 0 103 0 [175]
Djimi Traoré  Mali DF 1999–2006 120 21 141 1 [176]
Emile Heskey  England FW 2000–2004 176 47 223 60 [177]
Igor Bišćan  Croatia MF 2000–2005 81 37 118 3 [178]
John Arne Riise  Norway DF 2001–2008 296 52 348 31 [179]
Jerzy Dudek  Poland GK 2001–2007 184 2 186 0 [180]
Milan Baroš  Czech Republic FW 2001–2005 66 42 108 27 [181]
Steve Finnan  Ireland DF 2003–2008 200 17 217 1 [182]
Harry Kewell  Australia MF 2003–2008 109 30 139 16 [183]
Xabi Alonso  Spain MF 2004–2009 181 29 210 19 [184]
Luis García  Spain FW 2004–2007 85 36 121 30 [185]
Peter Crouch  England FW 2005–2008 93 41 134 42 [186]
Pepe Reina  Spain GK 2005–2014 394 0 394 0 [187]
Daniel Agger  Denmark DF 2006–2014 212 20 232 14 [188]
Fábio Aurélio  Brazil DF 2006–2012 92 42 134 4 [189]
Dirk Kuyt  Netherlands FW 2006–2012 237 48 285 71 [190]
Ryan Babel  Netherlands MF 2007–2011 65 81 146 22 [191]
Yossi Benayoun  Israel MF 2007–2010 81 53 134 29 [192]
Lucas Leiva  Brazil MF 2007–2017 266 79 345 7 [193]
Javier Mascherano  Argentina MF 2007–2010 132 7 139 2 [194]
Fernando Torres  Spain FW 2007–2011 126 16 142 81 [195]
Martin Škrtel  Slovakia DF 2008–2016 301 19 320 18 [196]
Glen Johnson  England DF 2009–2015 191 9 200 9 [197]
Jordan Henderson  England MF 2011– 337 55 392 30 [198]
Luis Suárez  Uruguay FW 2011–2014 125 8 133 82 [199]
Raheem Sterling  England MF 2012–2015 98 31 129 23 [200]
Joe Allen  Wales MF 2012–2016 92 40 132 7 [201]
Daniel Sturridge  England FW 2013–2019 98 62 160 67 [202]
Philippe Coutinho  Brazil MF 2013–2017 175 26 201 54 [203]
Simon Mignolet  Belgium GK 2013–2019 203 1 204 0 [204]
Dejan Lovren  Croatia DF 2014–2020 168 17 185 8 [205]
Adam Lallana  England MF 2014–2020 117 61 178 22 [206]
Alberto Moreno  Spain DF 2014–2019 118 23 141 3 [207]
Emre Can  Germany MF 2014–2018 145 22 167 14 [208]
Nathaniel Clyne  England DF 2015–2020 96 7 103 2 [209]
Roberto Firmino  Brazil FW 2015– 250 42 292 87 [210]
Joe Gomez  England DF 2015– 99 22 121 0 [211]
James Milner  England MF 2015– 176 74 250 26 [212]
Divock Origi  Belgium FW 2015– 63 94 157 35 [213]
Georginio Wijnaldum  Netherlands MF 2016– 206 31 237 22 [214]
Sadio Mané  Senegal FW 2016– 202 16 218 97 [215]
Joël Matip  Cameroon DF 2016– 109 14 123 6 [216]
Trent Alexander-Arnold  England DF 2016– 161 18 179 10 [217]
Mohamed Salah  Egypt MF 2017– 190 13 203 125 [218]
Andrew Robertson  Scotland DF 2017– 172 5 177 5 [219]
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain  England MF 2017– 48 56 104 14 [220]
Virgil van Dijk  Netherlands DF 2018– 130 0 130 13 [221]
Alisson  Brazil GK 2018– 130 0 130 1 [222]
Fabinho  Brazil MF 2018– 100 22 122 3 [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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