Peter Shilton OBE is England’s most capped male Footballer.
Born in Leicester, Shilton started training with his local club Leicester City aged 13.
He made his debut for Leicester in May 1966, aged just 16, against Everton.
Having impressed England manager Alf Ramsey, Peter made his international debut against East Germany in November 1970.
After 286 appearances, Shilton left Leicester in 1974 and joined Stoke City for a world record fee.
By the time of his retirement in 1997, he was the fifth oldest player ever to have played in the Football League or Premier League.
With a professional playing career of over 3 decades, Peter played for 11 clubs, won two European Cups and played in 3 World Cups.
Peter played for England at all levels between 1968 to 1990. He remains England’s most capped male player with a record 125 caps.
Furthermore, Peter also celebrates a record number of league games played – 1,005, and also shares a world record of having played 1,387 competitive matches.
In 2002 Peter Shilton was inducted into the English Football Hall of Fame.
Additionally, Peter was awarded an OBE for all his contribution to English football.
Including in his many honours are winning the First Division Championship, UEFA Super Cup and the Football League Cup.
Peter is often referred to as one of the World’s Greatest Ever Goalkeepers.
Peter Shilton is available to present entertaining after-dinner speeches as well as keynote motivational speeches.