|Full name||Philip John Neville|
|Date of birth||21 January 1977|
|Place of birth||Bury, England|
|Height||1.80 m (5 ft 11 in)|
|Current club|| England Women (manager)|
Salford City (co-owner)
| Manchester United|
| England U16|
| Salford City (caretaker)|
After 10 years as a professional with Manchester United, during which time he won six Premier League titles, three FA Cups, three FA Charity Shields, the Intercontinental Cup and the Champions League, he joined Everton in 2005, where he spent the final eight years of his playing career. Neville also played for England 59 times between 1996 and 2007, representing the nation at three European Championships. He could play in defence or midfield; due to this versatility, he operated in a number of different positions throughout his career, but was most often used as a full-back.
After earning his UEFA B Coaching Licence, Neville began his coaching career in 2012, filling in for Stuart Pearce with the England under-21s. When David Moyes, Neville's manager at Everton, left to join Manchester United as Sir Alex Ferguson's replacement in May 2013, Neville was considered for the Everton job, but he ultimately followed Moyes to Manchester United as the club's first-team coach. Neville retained his position under interim manager Ryan Giggs after Moyes was sacked in April 2014, but left the club when Louis van Gaal took over in July 2014.
Neville is the younger brother of fellow former Manchester United defender Gary Neville, and the twin brother of England netball international Tracey Neville. His father, Neville Neville, was commercial director of Bury.
- Philip Neville career stats at Soccerbase
- TheFA.com profile
- Premier League profile
- Phil Neville profile at EvertonFC.com
|England – UEFA Euro 1996|
1. Seaman 2. G. Neville 3. Pearce 4. Ince 5. Adams 6. Southgate 7. Platt 8. Gascoigne 9. Shearer 10. Sheringham 11. Anderton 12. Howey 13. Flowers 14. Barmby 15. Redknapp 16. Campbell 17. McManaman 18. Ferdinand 19. P. Neville 20. Stone 21. Fowler 22. Walker
|England – UEFA Euro 2000|
1. Seaman 2. G. Neville 3. P. Neville 4. Campbell 5. Adams 6. Keown 7. Beckham 8. Scholes 9. Shearer 10. Owen 11. McManaman 12. Southgate 13. Martyn 14. Ince 15. Barry 16. Gerrard 17. Wise 18. Barmby 19. Heskey 20. Phillips 21. Fowler 22. Wright
|England – UEFA Euro 2004|
1. James 2. G. Neville 3. A. Cole 4. Gerrard 5. Terry 6. Campbell 7. Beckham 8. Scholes 9. Rooney 10. Owen 11. Lampard 12. Bridge 13. Robinson 14. P. Neville 15. King 16. Carragher 17. Butt 18. Hargreaves 19. J. Cole 20. Dyer 21. Heskey 22. Walker 23. Vassell