Michael Owen

Michael Owen

Michael Owen is a former England International who represented some of the world’s biggest clubs including Liverpool and Real Madrid. In a career that spanned 17 years. He won eight major club trophies and the individual converted 2001 Ballon d’Or. He also represented his country on 89 occasions. In 1998 became England’s youngest player and goalscorer at the time. Since retiring Michael has been a regular pundit and co-commentator on BT Sport. As a speaker Michael is perfect for any sports audience, drawing on his experience at the highest level of world football to keep those in attendance interested for the whole event.

Michael Owen: Beginnings

Michael Owen began his career at Liverpool. He scored 11 times to help the youth side win the FA Youth Cup for the first time. Before he scored on his first-team debut in 1997. He won the golden boot and the PFA Young Player of the Year the following season. As well as starting for England at the World Cup with a stunning solo goal against Argentina. At the end of the year, he was named BBC Sports Personality of the Year. He retained the golden boot in the 1998/99 campaign. Before he won the League Cup, UEFA Cup and FA Cup in 2001. Michael also won the Ballon d’Or as a reward for his individual performances. He won the League Cup in his final year at Liverpool as he left the club for Real Madrid. Owen departed Anfield having scored 158 goals in 297 games.

Liverpool to Real Madrid

Michael’s time as a ‘Galactico’ lasted one season as he scored 16 times in just 26 starts. Before returning to England with Newcastle United. He continued his prolific goal scoring record on Tyneside and even captained the side in his four-year spell at the club. He then moved to Manchester United. Where we won the Premier League and League Cup. Becoming loved by the United fans as he scored a dramatic winner against local rivals Manchester City in the 2009/10 season. He called time on his playing career in 2013. After a spell at Stoke City. At the end of his career, Owen had scored 222 goals at club level as well as 40 for his country, becoming England’s sixth-highest scorer of all time and the only Englishman to score at four consecutive major tournaments.


Since retiring, Michael has been a pundit and co-commentator for BT Sports, covering the Premier League, Champions League, and the FA Cup.


Also working as a speaker, Michael is engaging and provides the perfect insight into life as one of the world’s best footballers with plenty of stories to keep any type of audience hanging on his every word.

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