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Overview (4)

Born in Whiston, Merseyside, England, UK
Birth NameSteven George Gerrard
Nicknames Stevie
Stevie G
Captain Fantastic
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Steven Gerrard was born on May 30, 1980 in Whiston, Merseyside, England as Steven George Gerrard. He has been married to Alex Curran since June 16, 2007. They have three children.

Spouse (1)

Alex Curran (16 June 2007 - present) ( 3 children)

Trivia (13)

Plays soccer for Liverpool FC and England
Is the captain of Liverpool FC.
Wears the number 8 jersey for Liverpool.
Captained Liverpool FC to Champions League success in 2005
In the summer of 2005, Chelsea again tried to lure Gerrard away from Liverpool, and his move looked certain after reportedly been in argument with his Manager. After he was convinced that Liverpool wanted him out, his move to Chelsea looked inevitable. But after the manager confirmed that Liverpool wanted to keep Gerrard, he shocked Chelsea with an amazing U-turn and again stayed with Liverpool. He committed himself by signing a new contract keeping him at Liverpool for another 9 years.
Made his debut for the Liverpool first team when he was 18 years old.
Used to wear the number 17 jersey.
A naturally right-footed midfielder.
Played for England in the 2006 FIFA World Cup, scoring two goals (one against Trinidad & Tobago and another against Sweden) before missing a penalty in England's quarter-final shootout defeat to Portugal.
He was awarded the M.B.E. (Member of the Order of the British Empire) in the 2007 Queen's New Years Honors List for his services to Football.
Plays in midfield.
Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, England [June 2008]
Has 3 daughters Lilly-Ella (born February 23, 2004) Lexie (born May 9, 2006) and Lourdes (born November 2, 2011) with wife Alex Gerrard (born September 23, 1982).

Personal Quotes (38)

I'm playing second fiddle to Justin Bieber - Bieber Fever is sweeping our house, and my girls have made it clear I'm no longer their favourite man.
I share their frustration at times and I get down just like them when we suffer a bad result.
I think every player listens out for his name being sung and it's something I really enjoy.
This club is all about winning trophies and we've got a chance of bringing the greatest trophy of them all back to Anfield, so it means a great deal obviously.
I have always applied myself the same for club and country.
In football, the hero and legend status is given out far too easily for me.
If you don't play well, you have a bad game or a nightmare you know that the amount of coverage is worldwide.
I was always determined to make it as a footballer, but if things hadn't worked out, I'd have maybe followed my dad into the building industry.
I might be an ambassador.
I've got absolutely no intention of ever going to play at another club.
It was difficult knowing one of your cousins had lost his life.
There's no doubt that the squad needs strengthening if we are to get back up among the top three because they are operating on another level to us at the moment.
I think we've got a lot players in the squad who are more suited to European football at the moment.
It's too easy to blame other people in football.
Even now I can say I'd love to finish my career here, and then stay in the game after that.
If other people want to talk about my future I can't control that.
To me it's the best trophy you can win and to bring it back for all them fans that have supported us right through would be something special.
Hopefully it'll give us a bit of luck on the night, but I'm not really a superstitious person.
I think it all goes down to who plays the better football on the night.
I have no regrets.
The odds were against us, but we deserve to be where we are.
I'm born in Liverpool, I'm a Liverpool supporter.
We are Liverpool Football Club and the expectations are so high.
When I leave the car park at Melwood, I try and become a completely different person. I try to get away from it. You have got to. Otherwise you end up like Jamie Carragher - obsessed!
But I it doesn't matter who scores the goals so long as we win.
Against Juventus we were massive underdogs, so to beat them was fantastic.
I watched Italia '90 with my Mum and Dad and my brother, you know, leaping around the house when the penalties were on... It would be great to be part of that, to have that kind of impact.
I'm a fan myself and I'm frustrated just as much as them when we get beat.
Grilled salmon and brown pasta works for me every time.
I listen to the phone-ins on the way home and I know how the fans feel.
The fans have played a massive part in getting us to where we are, but the job's not finished.
I am gonna go into my coaching badges after my England days are finished and I have the time on my international break.
I think everyone around the world knows the tools are there in England's armoury to do well in a World Cup. The challenge is to go out there and prove it.
The Champions League is the competition everyone wants to be in.
But I think the Champions League Final puts a massive pressure on every player and the manager, but we're enjoying the pressure and hopefully we can go there and win it.
It will be a dream come true if I can go there and lift it.
107 caps isn't bad for someone who isn't 'a top, top player', is it? I never expected to get that amount of caps. When I made my debut, I set myself the personal target of trying to get 50 caps and score 10 goals if I could. So to have 107 is something I am really proud of, particularly being among those names.
I think the important thing for me and for people to understand is that I'm not David Beckham. I'm not as good looking as him and I don't have the influence that maybe David has, but I'd like to think I'm on the same level when it comes down to performing on the football pitch.

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