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Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain
Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain

Alex Oxlade-Chamberlain may have missed the majority of last-season during Liverpool’s memorable road to winning the Champions League, but the midfielder is back and raring to go for the 2019/20 campaign.

Alex’s road to recovery provides a much-needed boost for his club manager, Jurgen Klopp, as Liverpool’s quest to win their first English top-flight title in 30 years continues. In this time, Alex has contributed in helping England qualify for the 2020 European Championships.

Prior to his injury, Alex had been at the top of his game, scoring goals from midfield and influencing games.

The energetic midfielder’s first season at Anfield following his move from Arsenal saw him score five goals, including an unforgettable strike at the Kop End against Manchester City in the Champions league.

Combining the pace of a winger with dribbling qualities and dynamic passing in the final third, Alex is a huge threat from midfield.

Honours: FA Cup x3, FA Community Shield, UEFA Champions League, UEFA Super Cup, FIFA Club World Cup

Main Stats

  • Games 0
  • Starts 0
  • Minutes Played 0
  • Goals 0
  • Assists 0

* International player statistics are subject to live data feeds provided by Opta Sport.


  • Total Goals 8
  • Total Shots 37
  • Assists 2
  • Successful
    Crosses & Corners


Pass Rate

  • Successful


  • Total Passes 1025
  • Successful
    Short Passes


  • Successful
    Long Passes


Work Rate

  • Touches 1525
  • Recoveries 113
  • Tackles 29
  • Interceptions 25


  • Key Passes 24
  • Successful
    Fifty Fifty


  • Successful


The Story On And Off The Pitch

  • March 2010

    Southampton Debut

    Alex comes off the bench to make his senior Southampton debut, becoming the club’s second youngest ever player behind Theo Walcott.

  • August 2010

    Earning his place

    Alex scores his first Southampton goal in 2-0 win over south coast rivals Bournemouth at St Mary’s.

  • January 2011

    U21 experience

    After initially earning a call up to England’s U19 squad, Alex earns an instant promotion to the U21 side despite not featuring in the 1-0 away defeat to Italy.

  • May 2011

    Breaking through

    Alex finishes his breakthrough season with Southampton on 10 goals in all competitions from 41 appearances.

  • August 2011

    Gunners Record

    Alex leaves Southampton to join Arsenal for a fee of £15m. He made his debut against Manchester United to become the 150th player to represent the Gunners in the Premier League.

  • September 2011

    Olympiacos Goal

    Alex becomes the youngest Englishman to score in the Champions League thanks to a goal against Olympiacos. That same month for England’s U21s, he comes on as a substitute against Israel. With England 1-0 down, Alex contributes with three assists as England run out 4-1 winners.

  • October 2011

    Hat-trick Hero

    Alex nets a hat-trick as England U21s beat Iceland 3-0 in Reykjavik.

  • May 2012

    First senior start for England

    Alex is the youngest on the shortlist to be nominated for PFA Young Player of the Year. A month later he earns his first senior start for England against Belgium.

  • October 2012

    First England Goal

    Alex scores his first senior international goal in a 5-0 win against San Marino.

  • December 2012

    A long term reward

    Alex secures his future with Arsenal, putting pen-to-paper on a new long-term deal with the Gunners.

  • January 2013

    150th celebration

    Alex is chosen by the FA to do the voiceover of the organisation’s 150th celebratory video.

  • June 2013

    Making history

    Alex makes history by scoring for England – an impressive half volley – in the refurbished Maracana Stadium against Brazil to level the scores at 1-1. The match finished 2-2.

  • October 2013

    Golden boy

    Alex is nominated for 2013 Golden Boy award after earning his place in both Arsenal’s and England’s senior squads.

  • May 2014

    Top 50 most marketable athletes

    Alex is ranked #30 in SportsPro’s 50 most marketable athletes in 2014 – holding partnerships with Nike, Disney, EA Sports and BT Sport.

  • August 2014

    Making a name for himself

    After lifting the Community Shield in a 3-0 win over Manchester City at Wembley in August, a month later, Alex scores the equalizer in the North London derby in a 1-1 home draw with Tottenham Hotspur.

  • May 2015

    Another key assist

    Alex comes on as a substitute in the FA Cup final and provides an assist for Olivier Giroud as Arsenal beat Aston Villa 4-0.

  • August 2015

    Back 2 Back Community Shields

    Alex wins a second consecutive Community Shield. This time he scores the winning goal, against Chelsea.

  • February 2016

    Overcoming set-backs

    A serious knee injury in Arsenal’s 2-0 home defeat to Barcelona rules Alex out for up to eight weeks with his season all but over after sustaining another injury in May – ruling him out for EURO 2016.

  • August 2016

    Back with a bang

    After returning to competitive first-team action, Alex scores in Arsenal’s opening game of the Premier League season – a 4-3 home loss to Liverpool.

  • December 2016

    Continuing his fine form

    In Arsenal’s first ever visit to West Ham’s London Stadium, Alex scores and creates an assist in the Gunners’ 5-1 thrashing.

  • April 2017

    Semi-final glory

    Alex receives Man of the Match award in the FA Cup semi-final after 2-1 win against Manchester City at Wembley.

  • July 2017

    In demand

    Man City, Chelsea and Liverpool all make offers with Man City leading the way to secure his signature.

  • Liverpool for £35m

    August 2017

    Alex signs a five-year deal with Liverpool for £35m. He makes his debut in September, and scores his first goal in October, in a 7-0 win against Maribor, the largest ever away win in the Champions League.

  • October 2017

    Making his presence known

    Alex scores his first Liverpool goal in 7-0 thumping of Maribor – the joint-biggest away win in the Champions League and the biggest by an English club.

  • January 2018

    The start of something exciting

    Alex scores the opening goal of a thrilling 4-3 win against Man City – ending City’s 22-game unbeaten run in the Premier League that season.

  • April 2018

    Injury Time

    After playing an influential role in Liverpool’s Champions League run including that stunning strike in the quarter-finals against Manchester City, Alex sadly suffers an anterior cruciate ligament injury in the semi-final first-leg against AS Roma, ruling him out for the rest of the 2017/18 season and most of the following campaign.

  • April 2019

    Completing his comeback

    366 days after his injury, Alex returns as a substitute in Liverpool’s 5-0 home victory against Huddersfield.

  • June 2019

    European Glory

    Alex is named in the matchday squad for the 2019 Champions League final against Tottenham, with Liverpool lifting their sixth European Cup with a 2-0 win in Madrid.

  • August 2019

    Returns with a back of the net

    After just over a year out of action, Alex returned in Liverpool’s Community Shield clash with Manchester City as the 25-year-old scored in the penalty shoot-out which the current Champions League holders lost out in at Wembley.

  • October 2019

    Double Delight

    Alex wins Liverpool's Player of the Month and the Reds' Goal of the Month after sensational performances for his club - in particular a magnificent brace away to Genk in the Champions League.

  • December 2019

    World Champion

    Despite suffering an ankle injury, Alex wins the Club World Cup with Liverpool after beating Flamengo in the final in Qatar.

  • January 2020

    Record Breaker

    Alex scores his sixth goal of the season in a 2-0 win away to West Ham as Liverpool hit the 70-point mark in just 24 games in the Premier League - the quickest any English top-flight side has ever reached this total.