Frank Lampard was an English professional football player, former Chelsea player and their current coach.
Lampard spent almost all his entire career with the Blues and was considered as one of the best midfielders in the world. The Englishman was famous for his creativity and his ability to score goals.
Frank James Lampard was born in Romford, London, England on 20th of June, 1978.
Frank Lampard started his professional career as a football player with West Ham, and in 1998 he managed to earn a place in the first team. Frank Lampard Sr, his father, also played for West Ham as he was a professional football player too.
Only one year after playing for West ham first team, he helped the Hammers to place fifth in the Premier League table, which is their highest league placing to date.
In 2001 Chelsea signed Lampard from their rivals for £11 million. Lampard made his debut in a 1–1 draw with Newcastle United.
Since joining the Blues, he became their all-time leading goalscorer, with 211 goals scored in all competitions. Lampard made 164 record consecutive Premier League appearances with Chelsea.
Super Frankie, as he was called, won many trophies since his move to Stamford Bridge.
He won three times the Premier League, four times the FA Cup, twice the League Cup and the Community Shield, once the Champions League and Europa League.