Frank Lampard

English professional football manager

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As manager of Premier League team Everton, Frank James Lampard OBE is an English professional football manager and former player. He is recognized as one of the greatest midfielders of his generation.

Early Life

On June 20, 1978, Frank James Lampard was born in Romford, London, England, into a footballing family. A former professional football player for West Ham United, Frank Lampard, Sr., is his father.

Frank has two sisters named Natalie and Claire and is the youngest of his parents’ three children. On April 24, 2008, his mother Patricia Harris passed away as a result of complications from pneumonia.


On May 11, Chelsea Football Club and Aston Villa were playing in a Premier League encounter. The club was losing the game badly because they were down 1-0 at the half.

The match was then leveled at 1-1 by Frank Lampard’s 202nd goal for Chelsea as he had done countless times before. Frank would have considered scoring goals to be just another workday, but it wasn’t.

The goal marked a turning point in Lampard’s career as well as had great significance for the game. In particular, Bobby Tambling, another Chelsea Legend, had previously held the record for most goals scored by a player.

The game’s decisive goal was then scored by Lampard in the 88th minute, giving Chelsea three important points and elevating him to the club’s all-time greatest scorer with 203 goals.

This game served as the best possible illustration of Frank Lampard’s significance and his leadership abilities throughout his time at the Chelsea Football Club.


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Golden years at Chelsea Football Club

Frank paid 15 million pounds to join Chelsea. At the time, it was a sizable sum of money for a player. As a result, he was met with high expectations right away. For the first three years of his career with the club, he had a modest start for a normal player.

But Jose Mourinho, the self-described “Special One,” arrived at the same time as his great breakthrough season.

The English helped Chelsea win the Premier League by contributing a league-high 16 assists and scoring 13 goals (19 total) in the league. It put an end to the London-based team’s 50-year quest for a league championship.

He received the Football Writers Association and Barclays Player of the Year awards for his contributions. With Lampard scoring a career-high 16 league goals the following season, Chelsea successfully defended their league title.


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He had finally achieved his goal of becoming a great player. Such a gifted young footballer could only have a successful future. Frank remained at Chelsea through the 2014 summer. The club’s all-time leading scorer experienced a lot of special experiences throughout his tenure there.

In the 2008 Champions League Final, which they lost to Manchester United on penalties, he scored the equalizer. In the end, Lampard defeated Bayern Munich to win the Champions League in 2012.

After signing a two-year deal with New York City FC, the box-to-box midfielder spent one season on loan with Manchester City. After a year-long loan, Lampard returned to his native club, where he finished his playing days.

Stats & Achievements

  • Premier League: 2004-2005, 2005-2006, 2009-2010
  • F.A Cup: 2006-2007, 2008-2009, 2009-2010, 2011-2012
  • Football League Cup: 2004-2005, 2006-2007
  • F.A Community Shield: 2005, 2009
  • UEFA Champions League: 2011-2012
  • UEFA Europa League: 2012-2013
  • 2005 FIFA Player of the Year Runner Up
  • Ballon d’Or Runner Up 2005
  • 2005 FWA Footballer of the Year Award
  • Fans’ Player of the Year Award 2005
  • 2004-05 Premier League Player of the Season
  • 2004-05, 2008-09, 2009-10 Premier League top assist provider
  • 2003-04, 2004-05, 2005-06 PFA Team of the Year
  • 2005 FIFPro World XI
  • 2004, 2005 England Player of the Year Award
  • 2004 UEFA European Championship Team of the Tournament

Retirement from Playing Career

Frank Lampard, a 32-year-old accomplished football player, believes that this is the ideal place to complete his 21-year playing career. He had a good time playing for all the teams he did.

Frank played 600 times for Chelsea, appeared in 106 England Cups, and won three Premier League trophies and one Champions League trophy while a member of the team.

Managerial Career

Frank was a Chelsea youth coach before joining Derby County. He was in charge from July 1, 2017, to July 30, 2018.

Around May of last year, Frank signed a three-year contract to become the manager of Championship team Derby County. Tom Lawrence and Derby won 2-1 at Reading in his debut game in charge.

On August 11 against Leeds United, Frank suffered his first defeat. In fact, he took over the EFL Cup victory over Premier League team Manchester United on penalties in just his 12th game as manager, followed by a 2-2 draw at Old Trafford.

After losing 2-0 against Leeds United in the rematch at Elland Road, Leeds clinched first place in the Championship table. But this victory was the result of a massive conspiracy.

Leed’s head coach Marcelo Bielsa acknowledged sending a snitch to Derby’s practice facility the day before. Later, Mauricio Pochettino, the manager of Tottenham Hotspur, said that in Argentina, the incident was “not a huge thing.”

After helping the team finish sixth in the 2018–19 Championship season, Lampard led the team to the Championship play-offs. Despite having a 2-1 record, the team lost to Aston Villa in the playoff championship.


On July 4, 2019, Lamp signed a three-year contract to become the new head coach of his former team, Chelsea. He was the team’s first English manager in more than 20 years thanks to this acquisition.

Speaking of his journey, his first match as Chelsea’s head coach was a heartbreaking 4-0 loss to Manchester United on the first day of the Premier League 2019–20 season.

In Chelsea’s first game since Danny Blanchflower’s squad was crushed 7-2 by Middlesbrough in December 1978, the manager nearly lost his job.

In the 2019 UEFA Super Cup, Lamp’s second game similarly ended in a loss to Liverpool on penalties. But he was not far from winning.

The lamp won his first game in charge of Chelsea, a 3-2 victory away to Norwich City. In the EFL Cup, Chelsea defeated League Two team Grimsby Town 7-1 for their first victory at home under Lampard.

Following Chelsea’s unblemished league record for the month, Frank was named Premier League Manager of the Month for October 2019.

Just 24 hours after Chelsea’s FA Cup victory against Luton Town by a score of 3-1, Lamp’s release was announced. According to rumors, Lamp’s departure was also prompted by differences with the team’s transfer philosophy.


The international player for England is valued at $90 million. Frank deserves all the wealth because he is one of the best midfielders of his generation.

The box-to-box midfielder at Chelsea was one of the highest-paid players at the time. Frank had been making a cool £7.84 million annually at one point.

Additionally, the prolific goal scorer’s final club, New York City FC, paid him $15 million years while he was a player.

At the present, Lampard oversees his beloved Chelsea, where he makes £4 million annually. On July 4, 2019, he committed to a three-year contract.

Personal Life

Frank leads an envied way of life. Christine Bleakley Lampard, a sports analyst for Sky Sports, and he are happily married.


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In 2015, the pair exchanged vows at a grandiose affair that was attended by numerous prominent businessmen and celebrities. In 2018, they gave birth to a girl they called Patricia Charlotte Lampard.

Additionally, Frank has two daughters—Luna (15 years old) and Isla (13 years old)—from his previous relationship with Elen Rivas, with whom he split in 2009. The England international, however, is ecstatic about his new family.


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Induction into the Premier League Hall of Fame of Frank Lampard

In May 2021, the English player Frank Lampard became the sixth athlete to be inducted into the Hall of Fame. He has played for West Ham, Chelsea, and Manchester City in the Premier League during the course of a 20-year distinguished career, making him one of the most complete and skilled midfielders.

The first two honorees were Thierry Henry and Alan Shearer, and later Frank, Eric Cantona, and Roy Keane joined them. He is quite grateful to be among the famous people because, as a little boy, he yearned for this type of adulation.

Frank has consistently reached double digits in goals for 10 straight seasons, and the process has gradually elevated him to the top scorer in Chelsea history.

Height and Weight

Regarding his height, he stands 6 ft tall and weighs roughly 90kg.

Social Media Presence

Facebook: 2.6 million followers

Instagram: 3.9 million followers

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Quick Facts

Full Name Frank James Lampard
Birth Date 20 June 1978 
Birth Place Romford, London England
Nick Name Lamp, Lampsy, Super Frank, Super Frankie
Religion Christian
Nationality British/ English
Ethnicity White
Education Brentwood School
Horoscope Gemini
Father’sName Frank Lampard Sr.
Mother’sName Patricia Lampard
Siblings Claire Lampard, Natalie Lampard
Age  34 Years Old
Height 6 ft 0 in (1.84m)
Weight 90 kg (198 lbs)
Shoe Size 10 UK
Hair Color Dark Brown
Eye Color Blue
Body Measurement CHEST – 40 IN or 102 CM, ARMS / BICEPS – 13 IN or 36 CM, WAIST – 33 IN or 86 CM
Build Athlete
Marital Status Married
Wife Christine Lampard (married in 2015)
Kids Luna and Isla, Patricia
Ex-Fiance Spanish Model Elen Rivas
Profession Former player and Football Manager
Kit/ Jersey Number as a Player 8 (Chelsea, West Ham United U18 and New York City FC), 18 ( Manchester and West Ham)
Net Worth $90 million
Salary £75,000-a-week salary
Currently Works for Chelsea Football Club
League Premier League
Active Since 1995-2016 (As a player)
2018- present ( As a manager)


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