Michael Carrick

  • Date of birth : 28/07/1981
  • Position : Midfield
  • Country : England England
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Michael Carrick

Michael Carrick

Clubs: West Ham United FC, Swindon Town FC (loan), Birmingham City FC (loan), Tottenham Hotspur FC, Manchester United FC

UEFA honours
UEFA Champions League:
winner 2008, runner-up 2009, 2011

• Scouted by West Ham while playing in the north-east, he moved south and helped the Hammers win the FA Youth Cup in 1998/99; had spells on loan to Swindon and Birmingham before making his mark with West Ham in 2000/01 and becoming an England international at 19.

• Good form for Tottenham earned him a place in England's 2006 FIFA World Cup squad – he played one game in Germany, against Ecuador – and a big-money move to United.

• Won the Premier League in each of his first three seasons at Old Trafford and also claimed a UEFA Champions League winners' medal in 2008, scoring the second penalty in the shoot-out against Chelsea FC; also played all 90 minutes of the 2-0 defeat by FC Barcelona in Rome the following year.

• Scored a winning goal at home to VfL Wolfsburg in a 2009/10 UEFA Champions League group game and was required to play as an emergency centre-back in the return fixture in Germany due to an injury crisis in defence.

• Claimed his fourth Premier League title in 2010/11, a season in which he failed to score in any competition, but managed one Premier League goal when he won a fifth title in 2012/13.

UEFA honours
UEFA Champions League:
 winner 2008, runner-up 2009, 2011

Last updated: 03/07/13 16.00CET


UEFA Best Player in Europe Award

Team of the Year

General info

  • Name: Michael Carrick
  • Position: Midfield
  • Date of birth (Age): 28/07/1981 (35)
  • Country: England
  • Squad number: 16
  • Club: Man. United ( ENG)

  • Height: 188cm
  • Weight: 74kg

  • Currently playing:
    • UEFA Europa League 2016/17

  • UEFA competition debut:
  • Club: UEFA Intertoto Cup (Third round)
    24/07/99: Jokerit 1-1 West Ham
  • National team: UEFA European Under-18 Championship (Preliminary round)
    06/10/99: Spain 2-0 England

Career statistics

National team record in UEFA competitions

England U-2192
England U-1831

Club record in UEFA competitions

UEFA Champions League
Man. United724
UEFA Europa League
Man. United90
UEFA Intertoto Cup
West Ham10
Last updated: 25/11/2016 01:05 CET