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Mark Schwarzer
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Personal information
Full name Mark Schwarzer
Date of birth 6 October 1972 (1972-10-06) (age 47)
Place of birth    Sydney, Flag of Australia Australia
Height 1.96 m (6 ft 5 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current club England Leicester City
Number 32
Youth clubs
Flag of Australia Colo Cougars
Flag of Australia Penrith
Flag of Australia Blacktown Association
Flag of Australia Marconi Stallions
Senior clubs
Years Club App (Gls)
1990-1994
1994-1995
1995-1996
1996-1997
1997-2008
2008-2013
2013-2015
2015–
Flag of Australia Marconi Stallions
Germany Dynamo Dresden
Germany 1. FC Kaiserslautern
England Bradford City
England Middlesbrough
England Fulham
England Chelsea
England Leicester City
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013 00(0)
367 00(0)
172 00(0)
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National team
1989
1990-1991
1993-2013
Flag of Australia Australia U17
Flag of Australia Australia U20
Flag of Australia Australia
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109 00(0)

Mark Schwarzer OAM (born 6 October 1972) is an Australian professional footballer who plays for English club Leicester City as a goalkeeper. He represented Australia at international level from 1993 to 2013, and was selected for both the 2006 and 2010 World Cups.

Having progressed through the youth ranks of Colo Cougars, Penrith, Blacktown Association and Marconi Stallions, he turned professional for National Soccer League side Marconi Stallions in 1990. After making 58 appearances for the club, he moved to Bundesliga side Dynamo Dresden in 1994, appearing twice, and then to Bundesliga side 1. FC Kaiserslautern in 1995, appearing four times. Schwarzer joined then second tier side Bradford City in 1996, and made sixteen appearances before joining Premier League side Middlesbrough in February 1997. He made 445 appearances for Middlesbrough, but decided to leave the club in May 2008. He then switched to Premier League side Fulham, and made 218 appearances for the club until he moved to Chelsea in 2013. He was the first, and, to date, only non-Briton to have made more than 500 Premier League appearances, and also the oldest player to have played in the knockout stages of the UEFA Champions League. He joined current club Leicester City on a free transfer in January 2015.

Having played for Australia at under-17 and under-20 level, Schwarzer made his full international debut in a FIFA World Cup qualifying match against Canada in 1993. During the course of his international career, he won a total of 109 caps for his country. He became Australia's most capped player when he surpassed Alex Tobin's appearance record in January 2011. In November 2013, Schwarzer announced his retirement from international football.

Honours

Clubs

Middlesbrough

Fulham

International

Australia

Individual

  • Fulham F.C. Player of The Year (1): 2008–09
  • FFA Australian Football Awards: Footballer of the Year (2): 2009, 2010
  • Football Media Association Australia International Player of the Year (1): 2009
  • Order of Australia Medal: 2009
  • Australian Professional Football Association Player of the Year (1): 2010
  • Premier League Player of the Month (1): February 2010

External links

Leicester City FC
Leicester City F.C. squad - 2019–20

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Australia – 2006 FIFA World Cup

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Australia – 2007 AFC Asian Cup

1.Schwarzer 2.Neill 3.Kisnorbo 4.Cahill 5.Čulina 6.Beauchamp 7.Emerton 8.Wilkshire 9.Viduka 10.Kewell 11.Thompson 12.Jones 13.Grella 14.Holman 15.Aloisi 16.Thwaite 17.Valeri 18.Petkovic 19.Carle 20.Carney 21.Sterjovski 22.Milligan 23.Bresciano

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Flag of Australia Australia – 2010 FIFA World Cup

1.Schwarzer 2.Neill (c) 3.Moore 4.Cahill 5.Čulina 6.Beauchamp 7.Emerton 8.Wilkshire 9.Kennedy 10.Kewell 11.Chipperfield 12.Federici 13.Grella 14.Holman 15.Jedinak 16.Valeri 17.Rukavytsya 18.Galekovic 19.Garcia 20.Milligan 21.Carney 22.Vidošić 23.Bresciano

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Australia – 2011 AFC Asian Cup

1.Schwarzer 2.Neill (c) 3.Carney 4.Cahill 5.Culina 6.Ognenovski 7.Emerton 8.Wilkshire 9.McDonald 10.Kewell 11.Burns 12.Coe 13.North 14.Holman 15.Jedinak 16.Valeri 17.McKay 18.Jones 19.Oar 20.Spiranovic 21.McKain 22.Kilkenny 23.Kruse


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