David Seaman MBE is one of the UK’s most decorated goalkeepers.
Rotherham born, Seaman began his professional career at Peterborough in 1982.
He played for Birmingham City and Queens Park Rangers before signing for Arsenal for a record fee of £1.3m.
David helped Arsenal win three league titles, three FA cups, one League Cup and the European Cup Winners’ Cup.
He was England’s number one goalkeeper for over a decade and played in the 1998 and 2002 World Cup finals.
With an international career spanning 14 years, he earned 75 caps, making him the second most capped keeper after Pete Shilton OBE.
Due to a recurring shoulder injury, David retired from the game in 2004. He made a total of 954 club appearances, with 563 of them being with Arsenal.
An England and Arsenal legend, in 1997 he was awarded an MBE for Services to Sport.
Aside from football, David is a country pursuits enthusiast who can be regularly found angling or shooting.
David Seaman is available for Q&A led speeches.