Former English footballer and pundit with a long Liverpool and national career, Jamie Carragher is a familiar face on British television. He won numerous trophies with Liverpool, including the Champions League, UEFA Cup, two FA cups, and the national record for the most caps in under-21 football. He also played for England at two World Cups. When Jamie retired in 2013, he became a regular pundit and commentator for Sky Sports and a sports columnist for The Telegraph and the Daily Mail.
He’s passionate about helping the local community. The 23 Foundation charity he set up in 2009 was personally launched with a £1m donation from his testimonial year and he played for UNICEF’s Soccer Aid to raise further funds for charity. In 2018, Jamie helped open the Cotton Street shelter for vulnerable people. He regularly visits schools and speaks on the importance of good support and strong family life. An endearing personality with a successful footballing past, Jamie is a fabulous choice as a sports speaker or charitable event host.
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