David Seaman MBE

David Seaman MBE

David Seaman MBE is a legendary former English, nicknamed ‘Safe Hands’ for his formidable goalkeeping skills. 

In a career lasting more than two decades, David Seaman MBE earned 75 caps for England, made 629 club appearances and kept 248 clean sheets. In 1997, he was awarded the MBE for services to football.

David’s heyday was during the 1990s and early 2000s when he served as Arsenal and England’s goalkeeper, with 13 years wearing the number 1 shirt at Arsenal.

During his time with Arsenal, David Seaman won several accolades, including three league championships, four FA Cups, the League Cup, and the European Cup Winners Cup.

One of Seaman’s most remarkable moments was his save from Paul Peschisolido of Sheffield United during the 2002-03 FA Cup semi-final, which the media dubbed one of the best ever.

David Seaman is a national treasure and his popularity extends beyond the world of football. He is a warm and open speaker, engaging with audiences with sports anecdotes, stories from famous matches and insights into what goes on behind the scenes and in the changing rooms.

As a speaker, Seaman often discusses his illustrious career but also delves into vital topics like peak performance, teamwork and handling pressure.

Contact Great British Speakers today to book the legendary former England and Arsenal goalkeeper David Seaman MBE for your next event.

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