Professionall footballer (1989-2005) and sports pundit
Represented England in Euro ‘96
Appears on the Sky1 comedy panel show ‘A League of Their Own’ (2010-present)
After beginning his career at A.F.C. Bournemouth under his father, manager Harry Redknapp, Jamie Redknapp quickly became one of the most popular and talented footballers of his generation; moving on to play for Liverpool, Tottenham Hotspur and Southampton in a fast-paced athletic career. He was capped for the England team 17 times and played a part in the Euro ‘96 tour when his football career was cut short by an injury, something which prevented him from taking part in the 1998 World Cup, Euro 2000 and achieving the accolades his talent deserved; however, Jamie Redknapp was undeterred by the obstacle.
Jamie’s retirement from football made way for a highly successful career in the media as well as capitalising on his own brand credentials. In 2006 he became the face of the M&S Signature range and the ambassador of the World Cup Budweiser campaign. 2010 saw Jamie become the main face for M&S Menswear boosting sales 45% in two weeks; the deal continued into 2012. He continues to work with numerous commercial partners and is currently the face of the Avon fragrance ‘The Elite Gentleman’.
Jamie joined Sky Sports in 2005 and to this day continues to act as one of their principle pundits, passing on his extensive knowledge of the game to millions of viewers. Currently Jamie presents ‘Saturday Night Football’ on Sky Sports alongside David Jones. Jamie also writes a weekly column for the Daily Mail, is the face of Skybet and in 2013 was a brand ambassador for Beko. Jamie is also a Team Captain, alongside Freddie Flintoff, Jack Whitehall and James Corden on the popular sports panel show ‘A League of Their Own’ which is currently in its eighth series on Sky1.
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