Football isn’t just about the game, but the players’ off pitch personas too. So we’ve rounded up our favourite football style icons who prove that their style isn’t limited to their kit…
With his ever-changing hairstyles, Beckham has always been considered one of football’s biggest style icons on and off the pitch. Whether you preferred his longer locks, short and choppy style or completely shaven look, Beckham has had a look that most people have been a fan of, which makes him such a huge style icon. What’s your favourite Beckham era?
If well-tailored suits are your thing, then you may have noticed Jamie Redknapp’s off-pitch style. You can count on Redknapp for arriving to any event looking sharply dressed. His style hasn’t gone unnoticed, as Burton make him the face of their Autumn/ Winter collection.
Dele Alli makes his interest in fashion no secret. With a keen eye for designer brands, he is also a collector of trainers and tries to get hold of as many new releases as possible.
Thierry Henry is always immaculately dressed for events, with never a bad outfit on display. His slim tailor made suits have led to him being labelled as the best dressed man in football.
Héctor Bellerín takes a fresh approach to football fashion, making his own rules and creating his own unique style. He unconventionally pairs pieces to make his style be one of a kind.