The Premier League introduced its Hall of Fame on 19th April, and on 26th April, it inducted its first players. Arsenal’s Thierry Henry and Newcastle United’s Alan Shearer are the first inductees of the Premier League Hall Of Fame. Eric Cantano became the third inductee, followed by Frank Lampard.
Premier League has now inducted David Beckham and Steven Gerrard into the Hall Of Fame.
The Premier League Hall of Fame recognises and honours former players who have an exceptional record of on-pitch success and have shown significant contribution to the League since its inception in 1992. This will be the highest individual honour awarded to players by the Premier League.
The Premier League Hall of Fame will exist online with content dedicated to celebrating the careers of those who have been inducted. Only players who are retired are eligible. In order to be eligible for induction in 2021, players must have been retired by 1 August 2020.
Manchester United legend David Beckham and Liverpool legend Steven Gerrard are two of the best players of their time. Both of them shared the England dressing room and have lived through one of the greatest rivalries of English football between Manchester United and Liverpool.
Both of them rightly deserves their place into the Premier League Hall Of Fame.