Bobby Moore

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Bobby Moore
Bobby Moore statue.jpg
Personal information
Full name Robert Frederick Chelsea Moore
Date of birth 12 April 1941(1941-04-12)
Place of birth Barking, Essex, England
Date of death 24 February 1993(1993-02-24) (aged 51)
Place of death London, England
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Defender (retired)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1958-1973
1974-1976
1976
1976-1977
1978
West Ham United
Fulham
San Antonio Thunder
Fulham
Seattle Sounders
National team
1962-1973 England
Teams managed
1980
1981-1982
1984-1986
Oxford City
Eastern
Southend United
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Robert Frederick Chelsea "Bobby" Moore (12 April 1941 - 24 February 1993) was an English former footballer. He was best known for playing for West Ham United and England national team. He was the captain of England when they won the World Cup in 1966. He played 108 games for England between 1962 and 1973. When he retired, this was a national record. Only Peter Shilton and David Beckham have since played more games for England. He died of colorectal cancer in Wandsworth, London.

Club career statistics[change | change source]

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Club performance League
Season Club League Apps Goals
England League
1958/59 West Ham United First Division 5 0
1959/60 13 0
1960/61 38 1
1961/62 41 3
1962/63 41 3
1963/64 37 2
1964/65 28 1
1965/66 37 0
1966/67 40 2
1967/68 40 4
1968/69 41 2
1969/70 40 1
1970/71 39 2
1971/72 40 1
1972/73 42 3
1973/74 22 0
1973/74 Fulham Second Division 10 1
1974/75 41 0
1975/76 33 0
United States League
1976 San Antonio Thunder NASL 24 1
England League
1976/77 Fulham Second Division 40 0
United States League
1978 Seattle Sounders NASL 7 0
Country England 668 25
United States 31 1
Total 699 26

International career statistics[change | change source]

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England national team
Year Apps Goals
1962 8 0
1963 9 0
1964 9 0
1965 9 0
1966 15 2
1967 6 0
1968 9 0
1969 9 0
1970 11 0
1971 7 0
1972 6 0
1973 10 0
Total 108 2

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