he TOP 50 of 'One club man': Footballers who played on a single computer
In the times in which most professional players change teams as shirt, it is increasingly difficult to find a ‘One Club Man’, that is to say, only players who have played in a team throughout his career. In this list we will include the TOP 50 footballers yes they got it though, evidently, There are many more.
- José María Belauste (Spain), 16 seasons in Athletic Club between 1909 Y 1924.
- Piru Gainza (Spain), 21 seasons in Athletic Club between 1938 Y 1959.
- Giampiero Boniperti (Italy), 15 seasons Juventus between 1946 Y 1961.
- Lev Yashin (Soviet Union), 21 seasons in Dinamo Moscow between 1949 Y 1971.
- Jack Charlton (England), 21 seasons in Leeds United between 1952 Y 1973.
- Eneko Arieta (Spain), 15 seasons in Athletic Club between 1951 Y 1966.
- Carlos Campos (Chile), 14 seasons University of Chile between 1956 Y 1969.
- Antonio Rattin (Argentina), 14 seasons Boca Juniors between 1956 Y 1970.
- Néstor Gonçalves (Uruguay), 14 seasons Peñarol between 1957 Y 1970.
- Sandro Mazzola (Italy), 17 seasons in Inter de Milan between 1960 Y 1977.
- Giacinto Facchetti (Italy), 18 seasons in Inter de Milan between 1961 Y 1978.
- José Ángel Iribar (Spain), 18 seasons in Athletic Club between 1962 Y 1980.
- Rojo Ltd., (Spain), 17 seasons in Athletic Club between 1965 Y 1982.
- Sepp Maier (Germany), 18 seasons in Bayern de Munich between 1966 Y 1979.
- Jesus Castro (Spain), 18 seasons in Real Sporting between 1968 Y 1985.
- Reinaldo Merlo (Argentina), 16 seasons River Plate between 1969 Y 1984.
- Ricardo Bochini (Argentina), 20 seasons CA Independiente between 1972 Y 1991.
- Luis Arconada (Spain), 16 seasons Real society between 1973 Y 1989.
- Joaquín Alonso (Spain), 16 seasons in Real Sporting between 1976 Y 1992.
- Franco Baresi (Italy), 20 seasons in AC Milán between 1977 Y 1997.
- Mario Lepe (Chile), 20 seasons Catholic University between 1982 Y 2000.
- Juan Carlos Ablanedo (Spain), 17 seasons in Real Sporting between 1983 Y 1999.
- Manolo Sanchis (Spain), 18 seasons in Real Madrid between 1983 Y 2001.
- Tony Adams (England), 22 seasons in Arsenal between 1984 Y 2002.
- José Luis Carranza (Peru), 19 seasons Universitario de Deportes between 1985 Y 2004.
- Paolo Maldini (Italy), 25 seasons in AC Milan between 1985 Y 2009.
- Matthew Le Tissier (England), 16 seasons in Southampton between 1986 Y 2002.
- Josu Urrutia (Spain), 16 seasons in Athletic Club between 1988 Y 2003.
- Fran González (Spain), 18 seasons in RC Deportivo between 1988 Y 2005.
- Juan Carlos Plata (Guatemala), 23 seasons C.s.d. Municipal between 1988 Y 2011.
- Marco Bode (Germany), 13 seasons in Werder Bremen between 1989 Y 2002.
- Aitor Larrazabal (Spain), 14 seasons in Athletic Club between 1990 Y 2004.
- Ryan Giggs (Gales), 23 seasons in Manchester United between 1991 Y 2014.
- Julen Guerrero (Spain), 14 seasons in Athletic Club between 1992 Y 2006.
- Gary Neville (England), 19 seasons in Manchester United between 1992 Y 2011.
- Paul Scholes (England), 20 seasons in Manchester United between 1993 Y 2013.
- Francesco Totti (Italy), 24 seasons AS Roma between 1993 Y 2017.
- Yanis Goumas (Greece), 15 seasons in Panathinaikos between 1994 Y 2009.
- Mikel Aranburu (Spain), 16 Real Sociedad seasons between 1996 Y 2012.
- Jamie Carragher (England), 17 seasons in Liverpool between 1997 Y 2013.
- Juan Carlos Leano (Mexico), 14 seasons Tecos between 1998 Y 2012.
- Carles Puyol (Spain), 15 seasons in FC Barcelona between 1999 Y 2014.
- Kevin O´Connor (England), 16 seasons in Brentford between 1999 Y 2015.
- Kazuyuki Morisaki (Japan), 20 seasons in Sanfrecce Hiroshima between 1999 Y 2018.
- Tony Hibbert (England), 16 seasons in Everton between 2000 Y 2016.
- Christoffer Källqvist (Sweden), 19 seasons in BK Hacken between 2000 Y 2018.
- Nicolas Seube (France), 16 seasons in Caen between 2001 Y 2017.
- Tadaaki Hirakawa (Japan), 17 seasons in Urawa Reds between 2002 Y 2018.
- Xabi Prieto (Spain), 15 seasons Real society between 2003 Y 2018.
- Romain Danze (France), 13 seasons in Rennais Stadium between 2006 Y 2019.
En is TOP 50 of the ‘One Club Man’ Spanish footballers stand, especially the Basque Country. In addition to those included in the list of both Athletic Club and the Real society, we could add others who formed the backbone of the whole blue and white (Górriz, Larrañaga, Gajate, Satrústegui or Zamora among others) which achieved Alloys of consecutively.
16 thoughts on “he TOP 50 of 'One club man': Footballers who played on a single computer”
Go ashamed of publication, there is 10 of the Athletic because the list you've taken from the pocket. You can take out 30 Team players. Royal same, you put only Xabi Prieto, when other 40 As the…
Imanol're right. At first try to narrow the list with one bit players who had played for one team (including lower grades). Yet they are enough for what we 'polish’ Article. Thanks and regards.
In that list you have lacked Jesus Castro, brother Quni, who he played his entire career at Sporting, 13 seasons, of 1968 a 1985.
And Marco Reus?
Moment still active.
They missed Miguel Ángel Russo who played 14 seasons as a professional soccer player for Estudiantes de La Plata.
It's not One Club Man.
Although I imagine it by the need to limit, I miss to the great Gatu of Pámanes, José Ceballos. Of the 89 al 2003 Racing, more of 400 matches.
A great, Yes sir. Unfortunately not fit all, the list would be huge not only in Spain but in the rest of the world teams.
Little joke with Ceballos, He refused to play at Barca Cruyff to follow in his Racing
And Marcos, goalkeeper of the Palmeiras of Brazil, world champion for the national team, 20 seasons 1992 – 2012
Violeta foul of R. Zaragoza.
From Colombia Alejandro Brand one of the best in this country and only in Millos
Carles Puyol who gave us the final of a World Cup, shame
Manuel Pellegrini, University of Chile 1973-1986
And where do they leave the 8 lungs Cristobal Ortega del America