Player profile

Jamie Carragher

Birthdate: 28 January 1978
Birthplace: Bootle, Liverpool, England
Other clubs: None
Bought from: Local
Signed for LFC: Joined 1987 - Professional 09.10.1996
International debut: 28.04.1999 vs. Hungary
International caps: 38/0 - 18.06.2010
Liverpool debut: 08.01.1997
Last appearance: 19.05.2013
Debut goal: 18.01.1997
Last goal: 23.08.2008
Contract expiry: Signed 15.10.2010
Win ratio: 54% W: 398 D: 167 L: 172
Honours: FA Cup 2001, 2006; League Cup 2001, 2003, 2012; Champions League 2005; UEFA Cup 2001
LFC league games/goals: 508 / 4
Total LFC games/goals: 737 / 5

Player profile

"There may be more skilful players in the squad, but no one can ever say I don't give 100%." A scouser whose fighting capabilities and sense of humour has endeared him to supporters and teammates alike. Carragher became the scouse rock at the heart of the Liverpool defence. He has excelled both on domestic and European level, leading the charge to Jerzy Dudek's goal following his penalty save from Shevchenko in Istanbul even though Carragher had suffered from agonising leg cramp in extra-time. Carra wears his Liverpool heart on his sleeve and his frustration can boil over when things are not going according to plan. "Jamie Carragher is the true boss in the dressing room. He is very bad-tempered, he orders everybody around and yells a lot," said Álvaro Arbeloa, who was on the receiving end of Carra's very public outburst at the Hawthorns in May 2009. Carragher has, though, the best interests of Liverpool at heart and he transmits more positive vibes than negative to his colleagues as Chris Kirkland noted: "He's the joker of the squad alright. Carra is always the life and soul of the party. If we win a game and go out to celebrate, he's the first one of the microphone. Every club needs someone like Carra. You can't buy team spirit and with him around the atmosphere in the dressing room is always brilliant."

It was Roy Evans, in his penultimate full season as sole manager, who gave the soon-to-be 19-year-old his first-team debut in January 1997, as a substitute for Rob Jones in a League Cup tie at Middlesbrough. It was a debut that had been expected for a while because Carragher’s presence had been carefully monitored through his days at the Football Association’s School of Excellence at Lilleshall and as a member of Liverpool’s successful Youth Cup-winning team of 1996. His first start was marked in fine style by heading in a left-wing corner in front of the Kop to set his team on the way to a comfortable 3-0 victory over Aston Villa at Anfield. Goals for Liverpool have come rarely for Carragher and this was one of the highlights of his career: "I knew the night before, I was down to play at centre-half but Bjørn Kvarme's clearance came through before 5 pm that night but I didn't realise. I wouldn't have been playing only that Patrik Berger was sick that night, so there was a place and I was moved into midfield. I was a bit nervous, but it was more excitement really. I got booked after 20 seconds, that calmed me down."

Carragher became a more regular member of the team with 20 first-team appearances from the start and three more as substitute in the disappointing 1997/98 season. Once Gerard Houllier had taken over following the departure of Roy Evans towards the end of 1998, he put his complete faith in the Bootle boy who became a key player for the Frenchman for the rest of his reign at Anfield that reached its zenith in the historic ‘Treble’ season of 2000/01. Carragher wasn't though to everyone's taste as he himself recognised. "I don't go on the websites or anything but I believe there's murder there after a game if we have got beaten. But I'm not kidding people, if the team were to get beaten then I know I'd be one of the first to get criticised!" His number of appearances only dipped once below 50-a-season for Houllier but his absence was excusable as he broke his leg at Blackburn's Ewood Park on 13 September 2003 which kept him out for four months. Carragher's versatility as a defender proved to be absolutely vital for him as he held his ground despite many attempts by newcomers to push him out of the first eleven. He could adapt to any given situation which has proved ultimately the foundation for his long and successful career. He established himself as the team’s regular right-back before moving to the left when Markus Babbel arrived at the club. Houllier's successor, Rafa Benítez, saw Carragher as an ideal centre-half and in the Spaniard’s first two seasons in charge that ended with victories in the Champions League and the FA Cup, he made 56 and 57 first-team appearances respectively. His performances defied belief as Alan Hansen noted following Liverpool's monumental win over Chelsea in the semi-finals at Anfield in May 2005: "The way he held Chelsea at bay was unbelievable. I'm sitting there in awe of how many times he intercepted, blocked and covered."

Carragher scored an own goal in the 2006 FA Cup final and they have come more readily for him than actually scoring for his own team as Steven Gerrard pointed out lightheartedly: "Carra is the best defender I've played with at Liverpool and the worst finisher I've ever played with!" Carragher has managed to put the ball eight times into his own net, including twice in the same game against Manchester United in September 1999. It’s probably an inevitable part of a defender’s life that he will sometimes unwittingly make the crucial contact or deflection that can prove costly. The number of goals Carragher has prevented by his last-ditch tackling and self-sacrifice for the team far outweighs any "damage" he may have done. Rafa Benítez emphasized Carragher's importance to the team in March 2007: "For me Jamie is one of the best defenders in Europe. He is always focused on the game, always trying to learn. That is the key for me because each season he improves a little bit. He reminds me of a hunting dog, when I want something specific done in defence he is very willing to learn. He is always shouting and talking to the others. He is good for the young players, showing them what to do and how to play."

A couple of nasty injuries restricted Carragher to playing in only 38 of the team's 54 first-team matches during the 2010/11 season. He enjoyed a well-deserved testimonial at Anfield in September 2010 when a mixture of Liverpool players past and present played an Everton team with all proceeds from the game going to local charities through the Carragher 23 Foundation. Carragher appeared in 60% of the club's first-team matches in 2011/12 but only 21 Premier League appearances was his lowest total since the 2003/04 season. He became 34-years-old during the campaign and it became clear that he was no longer an automatic choice. Since Brendan Rodgers arrived at the club he has emphasised Carra's importance to the squad. "Jamie has been an absolute model professional. I feel we are a quiet team, and maybe we've needed players who can organise and manage inside the game. You need a voice in your team, and you don't get a louder voice that Carra's!"

Carragher has quite literally had a historic career at Liverpool. He made his 137th European appearance for Liverpool in March 2011, a British record at the time although he was subsequently overtaken by Ryan Giggs. On 9 May 2011 he overtook Emlyn Hughes and Ray Clemence in making his 666th competitive appearance for the club, leaving just Ian Callaghan ahead of him in the club's all-time appearance list. A remarkable feat!

At the end of the first week of February Carragher announced that he would be retiiring as a player at the end of the 2012/13 season. He only missed one match from the date of that announcement until the end of the season and made an emotional farewell as captain in Steven Gerrard's absence when Liverpool played at home to Queens Park Rangers on the final day of the season.  That was his 737th first-team appearance for Liverpool and against Zenit in February he made his 150th European apperarance for his only professional club. Although there were many calls for him to reconsider his decision to finish, he said that he felt that this was the right time to go, even though his performances in his final season were as immaculate as ever, apart from a horrible error in the Europa League which everyone knew was out of character, the player included. He will be badly missed, especially because at the time of his retirement there was no obvious long-term successor to his position from others still at the club.

Having scored on his home debut against Aston Villa back in January 1997, Carragher nearly bowed out in similar style when a second-half drive crashed against the Queens Park Rangers post on his final appearance in May 2013. But as he only averaged one goal every one hundred and forty-seven Liverpool matches, it is more the goals he prevented that will be remembered at the end of a truly outstanding playing career. 

Appearances per season

SeasonLeagueFALCEuropeOtherTotal
Totals50840351504737
1996-1997 201003
1997-1998 20021023
1998-1999 34226044
1999-2000 36220040
2000-2001 346612058
2001-2002 332116153
2002-2003 353511054
2003-2004 22304029
2004-2005 380315056
2005-2006 366013257
2006-2007 351113151
2007-2008 354313055
2008-2009 383112054
2009-2010 372113053
2010-2011 280010038
2011-2012 21550031
2012-2013 241211038

A more detailed look at the player's appearances

TotalOpponent
45Chelsea
36Arsenal
33Manchester United
31Aston Villa
30Everton
29Tottenham
24West Ham United
24Newcastle United
22Middlesbrough
22Blackburn Rovers
21Manchester City
20Fulham
18Bolton Wanderers
18Sunderland
15Portsmouth
15Charlton Athletic
15Southampton
15Wigan Athletic
14Leeds United
14WBA
13Birmingham City
10Stoke City
9Derby
9Leicester City
8Reading
7Crystal Palace
6Barcelona
6Watford
6Wolves
6Norwich City
6Coventry City
6Marseille
5PSV Eindhoven
5Hull City
5Sheffield Wednesday
4Benfica
4Bradford City
4Wimbledon
4Roma
4Valencia
4Sheffield United
4Ipswich Town
4Atletico Madrid
4Galatasaray
4Leverkusen
4Olympiacos
4Porto
3Swansea City
3Luton Town
3QPR
3Celtic
2Anderlecht
2Inter Milan
2Juventus
2Standard Liege
2Burnley
2Slovan Liberec
2Borussia Dortmund
2Monaco
2Dynamo Kiev
2Boavista
2Real Madrid
2Trabzonspor
2Nottingham Forest
2Brighton & Hove Albion
2Cardiff City
2Spartak Moscow
2Basel
2Auxerre
2Celta Vigo
2Hearts
2Lille
2Levski Sofia
2Unirea Urziceni
2Grazer AK
2AC Milan
2Young Boys
2Real Betis
2Udinese
2Debrecen VSC
2Lyon
2Napoli
2Deportivo
2Bordeaux
2TNS
2Besiktas
2Kosice
2Zenit St. Petersburg
2Sparta Prague
2Braga
2Gomel
1Anzhi Makhachkala
1Havant
1FBK Kaunas
1CSKA Moscow
1Deportivo Sap.
1Sao Paolo
1Maccabi Haifa
1Rabotnicki
1Toulouse
1Utrecht
1Crewe
1Rapid Bucharest
1Wycombe
1Alaves
1Haka
1Vitesse Arnhem
1Fiorentina
1Rotherham United
1Huddersfield Town
1Preston North End
1Oldham Athletic
1Blackpool
1Mansfield Town
1Bayern Munich
1CSKA Sofia
1Barnsley
1Tranmere Rovers
1Grimsby Town
1Port Vale
Total Started/substitutions
702 Started
78 On the bench
35 Substitute
36 Substituted

Goals per season

SeasonLeagueFALCEuropeOtherTotal
Totals400105
1996-1997 100001
1997-1998 000000
1998-1999 100001
1999-2000 000000
2000-2001 000000
2001-2002 000000
2002-2003 000000
2003-2004 000000
2004-2005 000000
2005-2006 000101
2006-2007 100001
2007-2008 000000
2008-2009 100001
2009-2010 000000
2010-2011 000000
2011-2012 000000
2012-2013 000000

A more detailed look at the player's goalscoring

TotalStarted/substitutions
5Started
0Substitute
TotalCompetition
4Premier League
1Champions League
TotalGoal minute period
01-15
116-30 minutes
031-45
346-60 minutes
061-75
176-90 minutes
091-120
TotalOpen play/Penalty
5Open play
0Penalty

Wartime Appearances / Goals

SeasonAppearancesGoals
No records to display.

Stats note

The Premier League's "Dubious Goals Panel" decided that the deflection of Carragher's shot in the Liverpool - Middlesbrough game on 23.08.2008 was sufficient for the goal to be shown as an own-goal by Middlesbrough defender Pogatetz. However Liverpool Football Club's stance is that Carragher's goal remains with the Liverpool player.

Milestone Appearances

#DateAgainstStadiumCompetition
108.01.1997MiddlesbroughRiversideLeague Cup
5008.12.1998Celta VigoAnfieldEurope
10015.03.2000Aston VillaAnfieldLeague
15008.03.2001PortoEstadio Das AntasEurope
20005.01.2002Birmingham CityAnfieldFA Cup
25005.01.2003Manchester CityMaine RoadFA Cup
30017.04.2004FulhamAnfieldLeague
35009.04.2005Manchester CityCity of Manchester.League
40014.02.2006ArsenalAnfieldLeague
45020.01.2007ChelseaAnfieldLeague
50015.01.2008Luton TownAnfieldFA Cup
55021.12.2008ArsenalEmirates StadiumLeague
60019.12.2009PortsmouthFratton ParkLeague
65020.11.2010West Ham UnitedAnfieldLeague
70002.08.2012GomelCentral StadionEurope

Milestone Goals

#MinuteDateAgainstStadiumCompetition
15018.01.1997Aston VillaAnfieldLeague

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Carra and Owen reminisce

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Game number 666 and still counting...

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Owen and Liverpool catching up rapidly

The Telegraph report on Blackburn - Liverpool on 13.09.2003.More

"ONE DAY" maintained Gerard Houllier with a rueful shake of his head

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Carragher cruises as Reds get into gear

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Jamie Carragher - My perfect XI

A 442 article. Liverpool fans might dream about a team of Jamie Carraghers but if the Kop idol was making the choices, he'd only get a place on the bench. More

Evans slams sloppy Liverpool

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Carragher the perfectionist cast in the same mould as Benitez

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Carra - The greatest on and off the field, always a joker!

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Carragher awards of 2005

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Premier League title would be Gerrard’s reward for staying loyal

By JAMIE CARRAGHER in the Daily Mail on 14 March 2014. More

Baltic breeze

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Related Quotes

"Jamie Carragher is my player of the season. He has been absolutely superb and wherever he plays he is always consistently good. For Houllier to make him first choice left back, even though he is not naturally left footed, when there is a lot of competition there says it all. Competitive and a born winner, he deserves to be first choice for England."

Ian Rush 2001-2002

"I don't go on the websites or anything but I believe there's murder there after a game if we have got beaten. But I'm not kidding people, if the team were to get beaten then I know I'd be one of the first to get criticised!"

Carra in 2003

"He's the joker of the squad alright. Carra is always the life and soul of the party. If we win a game and go out to celebrate, he's the first one of the microphone. He's straight on stage and trying to get everyone else to get up and have a go. We reckon he fancies himself as a bit of a singer on the quiet. He's not bad either, although I'm not sure if I should say that! Every club needs someone like Carra. You can't buy team spirit and with him around the atmosphere in the dressing room is always brilliant."

Chris Kirkland

"Although you've got a mix of German, Swiss and Finnish in the back four, we all speak to each other in English. The only problem, though, is that none of us can understand Jamie Carragher!"

Stephane Henchoz

"There's no point sulking about it. There's not a lot you can do, except impress the manager in training and in games. Or find out his (Finnan's) address and send the boys round!"

Carra was asked by Sky Sports about the arrival of Steve Finnan

"My room-mate on away trips is one of the genuine Scousers. He’s full of funny digs and gives the foreigners some light-hearted stick. As a local lad he has hundreds of mates who are Liverpool fans and is always looking for tickets for them. Suddenly he becomes really friendly with the foreign stars because their need for tickets is not as great as his."

Owen in 2001 on Carra

"There may be more skilful players in the squad, but no one can ever say I don't give 100%".

Jamie Carragher

"If you understand Carra, you'll understand everyone"

Benítez to Morientes when he arrived at the club

"When I say life, I mean it. I want to stay here. When I say that, it's not talk, I really mean it. I mean I'm not kidding myself, I don't think I'm going to go any higher than Liverpool. If your club's in the Champions League that's the ultimate and obviously you want to win trophies.

I've been lucky enough to do that here in the past and I want to win bigger trophies now, the Champions League and the Premiership. We're not at that level yet but the new manager, if he can bring in a few more players, can get us to that level. I've never even thought about leaving."

Carra in March 2005

"Carragher is 10 times a better defender than I could ever be. He is a completely different player. He is a great defender whereas I was not. My strengths were on the ball, positional sense and recovery pace. The way he held Chelsea at bay was unbelievable. I'm sitting there in awe of how many times he intercepted, blocked and covered. I think if we look at Liverpool greats over the years - and there have been a lot of them - Carragher is up there with the best of them."

Alan Hansen in May 2005

"We have big names in our defence which is probably the best in Europe. Liverpool don't have that but they have players to be respected, especially Carragher who is now the third-best defender in the Premiership and has proved very impressive."

Paolo Maldini in May 2005

"I'm very close to Jamie, we're good friends. Jamie is more into football that anyone I know. He thinks Sky+ is the best invention ever. He tapes every single sports show and watches them continuously! He's obsessed!"

Steven Gerrard on Jamie Carragher in October 2005

"When the news came through on the TV, I nearly choked on my cornflakes."

Jamie Carragher, overjoyed at the news of Steven Gerrard's transfer U-turn

"For me, it was probably Eidur Gudjohnsen missing the chance in the final minute when we played Chelsea. For a second, my heart was in my mouth. I thought we had thrown everything away that we had worked so hard all season to achieve. When his shot whistled past the post, it was a signal that we were going to the final and, for me, it was the sign that we were going to do it."

Carragher asked to pick out one moment from the Champions League campaign

"I'll be on a bender for a week."

Carragher will still be celebrating the win in Istanbul as you read this

"Before the penalties, Carra came up to me like he was crazy - as always! He said: "Jerzy, Jerzy - remember Bruce (Grobbelaar). He did crazy things to put them off and you have to do the same".

Liverpool hero Jerzy Dudek reveals the 'wobbly legs' in Istanbul

"The best defender I've played with at Liverpool and the worst finisher I've ever played with!"

Steven Gerrard on Carra

"For me Jamie is one of the best defenders in Europe. He is always focused on the game, always trying to learn. That is the key for me because each season he improves a little bit. He is always listening and that is one of the reasons he can keep improving. It is the same every training session, always working hard, always trying to improve. He reminds me of a hunting dog, when I want something specific done in defence he is very willing to learn. As a defender he is someone you do not want to play against, to have marking you.

He has a strong character. He is always shouting and talking to the others, such a key player for us. He is good for the young players, showing them what to do and how to play. Carra lets them know what is expected. It is so important, he puts people under pressure and that is really good for team spirit. Jamie is playing really well, for the last two seasons he has been a really key player for us."

Rafa on Jamie Carragher in March 2007

"I love playing games. I want to play as many games as I can. I’m not going to break any goalscoring records, so I’ll just have to try to break a few appearance records."

Jamie Carragher in September 2007. Carra will certainly break in to the Top 10 list of most appearances for Liverpool

"Jamie Carragher is the true boss in the dressing room. He is very bad-tempered, he orders everybody around and yells a lot. Jamie sees and hears everything and keeps us informed."

Arbeloa on boss Carragher

"He thinks he's a bit of a star doesn't he? But he has one of the worst strike rates of any forward in Liverpool history. He's the only no. 9 ever to go through a whole season without scoring , in fact he's probably the only no. 9 of any club to do that. He was always the last one to get picked in training."

Carragher is not a big fan of El Hadji Diouf

"I think everyone just thinks he is a bit stupid now, I think he embarrasses himself, he's just like a big baby isn't he? He's a great manager in what he's done, but I dont think you can say he is a great man. There's nothing wrong with defending your players, or playing mind games, but Mourinho just takes it too far. He always seems to be talking about other teams and other players."

Carra in April 2006 on big baby Jose Mourinho

When I came on I didn't notice it too much. I think you notice it more when you are watching on TV. But my kids have been on the phone and asked for two so I'll have to take two home for them. I've got two in my bag already. Anyone who watches me play at Anfield will know that I am louder than the vuvuzelas!

World Cup organisers said they would not ban vuvuzelas from stadiums in South Africa, despite numerous complaints. Jamie Carragher said the noise did not bother him.

"Now, I want to make it clear I’ve no axe to grind with Andy. I found him to be a good lad and his spell at the club wasn’t without highlights. He did what every Liverpool No 9 should do and scored two winning goals against Everton, including one at Wembley in the 2012 FA Cup semi-final. I wanted Liverpool to sign him, especially after he tormented our defence one day at St James’ Park. If we could have got him for between £12-15m, it would have been good business. The feeling around the club when we were in for him was that maybe he could mature into our Didier Drogba. Unfortunately, though, Liverpool’s decision to pay £35million was a big mistake and it never did Andy any favours. He started well, with two goals against Manchester City on his first start, but it quickly became apparent he wasn’t the right fit for the club. In training, he’d complain if the ball was not flung into the box — and I don’t mean from out wide. He wanted the ball to come in to him from close to the halfway line, but at Liverpool that was never going to happen. "

There were other things. He found the intensity of playing three games every week difficult. Before he might have been used to getting himself right for a match on a Saturday, then spending time socially with his mates — as we all did when we were young — but at Liverpool the training and professional demands are relentless. He would very rarely complete a full week on the training field at Melwood and, eventually, that takes a toll. If you aren’t fully conditioned, you are susceptible to injuries and Andy suffered his fair share. Another major issue was the fact he lacked pace. He suits the way Sam Allardyce operates and is West Ham’s focal point but at Liverpool that would never have been the case. Andy may feel Brendan made the decision about him too quickly but it was the right call."

Carra on Andy Carroll in April 2014

"It is a profession that breeds feelings of anger, paranoia and insecurity in some of the most powerful personalities in the game. My press conferences would be entertaining too, although whether this would sit comfortably with those who’d prefer a quiet manager I’m not so sure. Of all the managers I’ve worked with, I suspect I’d have more in common with Houllier, in that he lost his temper much more than Benitez and Evans."

Carragher on management in "Carra: My Autobiography"

The player was in the squad the following season

SeasonShirt #Position
1996-1997 23 Midfielder
1997-1998 23 Midfielder
1998-1999 23 Defender
1999-2000 23 Defender
2000-2001 23 Defender
2001-2002 23 Defender
2002-2003 23 Defender
2003-2004 23 Defender
2004-2005 23 Defender
2005-2006 23 Defender
2006-2007 23 Defender
2007-2008 23 Defender
2008-2009 23 Defender
2009-2010 23 Defender
2010-2011 23 Defender
2011-2012 23 Defender
2012-2013 23 Defender
* Note, Since the 1993-94 season players have been allocated a fixed number.

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