Players who played for Liverpool FC and West Ham United FC

This is a list of players who have played for each squad (for either the men's or women's squads, where applicable) since 1992-93 where we have coverage (see our competition list for coverage details).

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Are you hooked on Immaculate Footy, the daily trivia game from FBref? Whether you're looking for a little help on your grid or you already filled it out and want to know who else qualified, we have you covered. There were 27 players who played for both Liverpool FC and West Ham United FC.

Top Players who Played for Liverpool FC and West Ham United FC.

(Ranked by Matches Played)

David James

David James played 7 seasons for Liverpool FC (227 Matches Played) and 3 seasons for West Ham United FC (91 Matches Played).

Stewart Downing

Stewart Downing played 2 seasons for Liverpool FC (73 Matches Played) and 2 seasons for West Ham United FC (74 Matches Played).

Joe Cole

Joe Cole played 2 seasons for Liverpool FC (37 Matches Played) and 7 seasons for West Ham United FC (159 Matches Played).

Javier Mascherano

Javier Mascherano played 5 seasons for Liverpool FC (130 Matches Played) and 1 season for West Ham United FC (7 Matches Played).

Robbie Keane

Robbie Keane played 1 season for Liverpool FC (24 Matches Played) and 1 season for West Ham United FC (9 Matches Played).


  • 2 players played goalkeeper for each of these squads.
Goalkeepers Table
Liverpool FC West Ham United FC
Player Yrs MP GA SoTA Save% GA90 Yrs MP GA SoTA Save% GA90
David James1992-199821421893276.61.022001-20039111747875.51.29
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All Players

  • 27 players played for each of these squads.
All Players Table
Liverpool FC West Ham United FC
Player Yrs MP Min Gls Ast Yrs MP Min Gls Ast
Álvaro Arbeloa2006-2008836999242016434800
Craig Bellamy2006-20116436421482007-200824175771
Yossi Benayoun2007-2009120703525182005-2012715401810
David Burrows1991-1993413417221993-199429253010
Titi Camara1999331977912000-20021146200
Andy Carroll2010-2012462662622012-201813888053413
Joe Cole2010-2012371780521998-201315911345159
Julian Dicks1993242129311992-19981449786326
Stewart Downing2011-2012735365472013-2014746267710
Grace Fisk2023221935112019-202264556120
Gilly Flaherty20228720002018-202173651312
Don Hutchison1991-1993423070741994-2004986116167
Danny Ings2015-2017382003922022-202352169142
David James1992-199822720287022001-200391819000
Glen Johnson2009-201418816000811200215128702
Robbie Keane2008241536742010948620
Leanne Kiernan2022-202316509522018-202031165331
Paul Konchesky2010181491012005-200661536816
Kate Longhurst2017211194012018-202293708936
Mike Marsh1991-1993382663331993-199449425315
Javier Mascherano2006-201013011070262006739300
Neil Mellor2002-2004146813120031671320
Victor Moses20131965210201526132522
Emily Ramsey2017020200
Neil Ruddock1993-1997118100641231998-199945366631
Rigobert Song1998-2000352553022000-200123192600

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