Top 10 Oldest footballers to score goals in the Premier League

Top 10 Oldest Footballers Who Have Scored Goals In The Premier League

Top 10 Oldest Footballers to score in the Premier League

Some of the best goals scored in football have been from some of the more senior players but who are the Top 10 Oldest Footballers to score in the Premier League? Have you ever noticed that the oldest players to have ever played in the Premier League have scored some amazing goals? Well if you haven’t then worry not as we have compiled a list of the Top 10 Oldest Footballers to score in The Premier League just for you to check out and become familiar with these playersThe Premier League is by far the most watched and most popular football league in the world and not to mention one of the best in the world.

Not so long ago we have seen legends of the game like Ryan Giggs and Mark Schwarzer play in the Premier League AND they were in their 40’s, but did they make a mark with a goal? We will soon we will find out in the list below of the oldest footballers to score in the Premier League.

10 Oldest Footballers To Score in The Premier League

We also published the Top 10 Footballers Who Look Older Than Their Real Age and Oldest Stadiums In The World if you have not yet seen them make sure you do after this list of the 10 Oldest Footballers To Score in The Premier League.

So without further delay let us count down 10 Oldest Footballers To Score in The Premier League.

10. Les Ferdinand -Bolton – 37 years and 268 days – 2004

Les Ferdinand is one of the 10 Oldest Footballers To Score in The Premier League

Starting off in tenth spot is former England international superstar Les Ferdinand, who played as a striker for quite a number of football clubs all mostly in the Premier League. Ferdinand is now the current coach and also Director of Football over at Queens Park Rangers, which by the way were recently relegated back to the Championship. Les makes this list after scoring a ripper goal for Bolton in the Premier League at the age of 37 in a 2-2 draw against Manchester United, This late 90th minute goal earned Bolton a well earned draw against the Red Devils in 2004.

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