26 Facts About Andrew Robertson


Andrew Henry Robertson was born on 11 March 1994 and is a Scottish professional footballer who plays as a left-back for Premier League club Liverpool and captains the Scotland national team.


Andrew Robertson began his senior career with Queen's Park in 2012 before joining Dundee United a year later.


Andrew Robertson played for Hull in three seasons, being relegated, promoted and relegated in consecutive years.


Andrew Robertson has won several honours during his time with Liverpool, including the Champions League in 2019 and the Premier League in 2020.


Andrew Robertson made his full international debut for Scotland in May 2014, and was appointed Scotland captain in September 2018.


Andrew Robertson was born in Glasgow and was a childhood Celtic fan.


Andrew Robertson attended St Ninian's High School in Giffnock, East Renfrewshire, from 2006 to 2012, where he captained the football team.


Andrew Robertson played for Giffnock Soccer Centre, and joined Celtic as a youth, but was released at under-15 level because he was considered to be too small.


Andrew Robertson signed for Scottish Premiership side Dundee United, along with Queen's Park teammate Aidan Connolly, on 3 June 2013; he took the squad place of the departing Barry Douglas who had made the same move three years earlier.


Andrew Robertson ran from his own half before sending a low left-foot drive in to the goal from 22 yards.


Andrew Robertson was voted SPFL young player of the month for September 2013 and player of the month for November 2013.


Andrew Robertson quickly settled at Hull and established himself in the side, winning the club's Player of the Month award for August 2014.


Andrew Robertson made 24 appearances in his debut season at the KC Stadium, but was unable to prevent the team from being relegated to the Championship.


Andrew Robertson signed a new contract with the club in January 2019, which is due to run until 2024.


Andrew Robertson has been hailed as the best left back in the Premier League by Kevin Kilbane and the best left back in the world by Phil Neville.


On 1 June 2019, Andrew Robertson played the full 90 minutes of the Champions League final as Liverpool beat Tottenham Hotspur to secure their sixth European Cup.


Andrew Robertson became the first Scot to win the tournament since Darren Fletcher and the first to actually be on the field in a winning team since Paul Lambert in 1997.


On 24 August 2021, Andrew Robertson signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool.


Andrew Robertson was first selected by the Scotland under-21 team in October 2013.


Andrew Robertson was selected for the under-21 team in November 2015, as the full national team did not have a fixture.


Andrew Robertson was first named in the full Scotland squad for a friendly against Poland on 5 March 2014.


On 3 September 2018, Andrew Robertson was appointed as Scotland captain by manager Alex McLeish.


Andrew Robertson is married to Rachel Roberts, being wed in the summer of 2022.


In March 2018, Andrew Robertson donated a signed Liverpool shirt of his teammate Roberto Firmino to a young boy who had given his pocket money to a local food bank.


The Sunday Times reported in March 2020 that Andrew Robertson had donated significant sums to food banks in the Glasgow area.


Andrew Robertson was appointed Member of the Order of the British Empire in the 2023 New Year Honours for services to association football, charity and young people.