Robbie Fowler Biography
Robbie Fowler is a prominent English football manager and retired player, who most recently managed East Bengal in the Indian Super League.
As a player, He was a striker and is the eighth-highest goalscorer in the history of the Premier League. Fowler is best known for his time at Liverpool, initially from 1993 until 2001.
He scored 183 goals in total for Liverpool, earning the nickname “God” from Anfield fans, and he remains Liverpool’s top scorer in the Premier League. He later played for Leeds United and Manchester City, prior to returning to Liverpool in January 2006.
Fowler moved to Cardiff City eighteen months later. He played there for a year prior to transferring to Blackburn Rovers on a short-term deal. In December 2008, Robbie left Blackburn and played in Australia with North Queensland Fury and Perth Glory.
Robbie Fowler Age
Robbie Fowler was born in Toxteth, Liverpool, England on April 9, 1975. He is 47 years old and celebrates his birthday on April 9, every year.
Robbie Fowler Height
Fowler is a man of average stature and stands at a height of 5 ft 8 inches (Approx. 1.78 m).
Robbie Fowler Family
Robbie was born to his loving parents Marie Ryder and Robbie Snr in Toxteth, Liverpool, England. Fowler holds English nationality. He has two siblings namely, Scott and Lisa.
Robbie Fowler Wife
He is married to his pretty wife called Kerrie. The duo married on June 9, 2001, in the town of Duns, Scottish Borders in Scotland. The couple has three daughters namely Jaya Fowler, Madison Fowler, and Mackenzie Fowler, and one son Jacob. His son called Jacob signed a scholarship with Oxford United in August 2022.
Robbie Fowler Salary
Robbie’s annual salary is $ 79,234 per year.
Robbie Fowler Net Worth
Fowler has an estimated net worth of $2 million – $5 million.
Robbie Fowler Career
Besides growing up as an Everton fan, His career started with Liverpool. He signed as a youth team player on leaving school in the summer of 1991, signing professional terms on his 17th birthday, 9 April 1992. His first involvement with the Liverpool first team came on 13 January 1993, when Fowler was an unused substitute in an FA Cup third-round tie against Bolton Wanderers.
In the next close season, He helped the England under-18 team win the 1993 European Championship, prior to making a scoring first-team debut in Liverpool’s 3–1 win in a first-round League Cup tie at Fulham on 22 September 1993.
David scored all five goals in the second leg at Anfield two weeks afterward, making him the fourth player in Liverpool’s history to score five in a senior fixture.
He scored his first league hat trick against Southampton in only his fifth league game. Robbie’s very first league goal for the Reds had come on 16 October 1993, when an 87th-minute equalizer at home to struggling Oldham Athletic saved the Reds from what would have been one of the biggest Premier League shocks of the season, with a last-gasp own goal giving Liverpool a 2–1 win. He scored two times in a thrilling 3–3 draw at Tottenham Hotspur on 18 December.
Robbie is the host of The Robbie Fowler Podcast where he teams up with Manchester United fan Chris McHardy to speak to some of the biggest names in World football.
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