October 7, 1998 (25)
Trent Alexander-Arnold is an English professional footballer, known for his role as a right-back for Premier League club Liverpool and the England national team. His career, marked by a blend of technical skill and tactical intelligence, has made him a key player in modern football.
Alexander-Arnold’s journey in football began with Liverpool’s youth system, where he quickly rose through the ranks. His senior debut for Liverpool came in 2016, and since then, he has been a pivotal figure in the team’s defense. His ability to provide assists, coupled with his defensive prowess, has been instrumental in Liverpool’s successes, including their Premier League and UEFA Champions League victories.
In his career, Alexander-Arnold has collaborated with numerous notable figures in football. These include Jurgen Klopp, the influential manager who has played a significant role in his development; fellow Liverpool defenders Virgil van Dijk and Andy Robertson, forming a formidable defensive line; midfielders Jordan Henderson and James Milner, with whom he has shared numerous victories; forwards Mohamed Salah, Sadio Mane, and Roberto Firmino, benefiting from his precise crosses; goalkeeper Alisson Becker, alongside whom he has kept numerous clean sheets; England manager Gareth Southgate, under whose guidance he has flourished in the national team; and fellow England internationals Harry Kane and Raheem Sterling, with whom he has shared the international stage.
Alexander-Arnold’s career is decorated with several awards and distinctions. He holds the Guinness World Record for the most assists by a defender in a single Premier League season. He has been named in the PFA Team of the Year multiple times, reflecting his consistent performance at the highest level. His contributions were crucial in Liverpool’s triumph in the 2019 UEFA Champions League and their 2019–20 Premier League victory, marking the club’s first league title in 30 years.