Football Quiz Questions About Strikers

During my career I was a striker. I was born in 1961 and made 73 appearances for my country. I played in Italy, Australia and England. I won five league titles, three FA Cups and two European Cups. Who am I?

  • Ian Rush

Who were the two South American strikers who were Premier League top scorers in 2013–14 and 2014–15?

  • Luis Suarez
  • Sergio Aguero

Which striker who had previously won the FA Cup and League Cup joined Bolton in 2014?

  • Emile Heskey

I was born in 1968 and was a forward during my twenty three year playing career. I moved to Scotland in 1996 before playing for three English clubs. I then returned home to finish my career. After retiring in 2008, I later managed in England. Who am I?

  • Paolo Di Canio

I was born in London in 1970. My position was a striker and I scored 23 Premier League goals for Arsenal before moving north in 1995. After an ill fated spell abroad I returned to the Premier League in 1999. I never won a senior cap for my country. Who am I?

  • Kevin Campbell

'snarled fiend' - A retired Premier League striker. Identify the player from the anagram.

  • Les Ferdinand

Which striker who retired in the summer of 2019 scored 108 Premier League goals?

  • Peter Crouch

I am a retired striker with 23 International goals. I played in the Premier League before moving north. I also had a spell in Italy. Some of my brothers have also played in England. Who am I?

  • Tore Andre Flo

I was a team mate of the following strikers..... Alan Shearer, Duncan Ferguson, Ian Rush, Mark Hughes & Nicolas Anelka. Who am I?

  • Gary Speed

An England international came back to England, an England international moved abroad, a future England goalkeeper moved to Merseyside and an England striker moved north. Name the year and four players.

  • 1992
  • Alan Shearer
  • Chris Waddle
  • David James
  • Des Walker

A title winner of 1998 retired, a homegrown talent moved abroad, a managerial legend passed away and Chelsea signed a striker smashing their transfer record. Name the three players, manager and year.

  • 2004
  • Brian Clough
  • Didier Drogba
  • Emmanuel Petit
  • Michael Owen

A striker scored a Premier League hat-trick for Portsmouth who has the same initials as a Champions League winning team and an ex Premier League manager. Identify the player, club, manager and initials.

  • Bayern Munich
  • Benjani Mwaruwari
  • BM
  • Brian McDermott

'Do hard jingle' - An ex Liverpool striker. Identify the anagram.

  • John Aldridge

Which player who played in the Premier League in the 1998-1999 season played as a lone striker in the 2008 UEFA Cup Final?

  • Jean Claude Darcheville

A team who won the FA Cup in the 1990's has the same initials as an FA Cup winner in 2004 and a striker who came to the Premier League in 1999 from Italy. Identify the team and two players.

  • Thierry Henry
  • Tim Howard
  • Tottenham Hotspur

In this year, a Leeds legend passed away, an American goalkeeper came to the Premier League as did a Dutch striker from north of the border. Also in this year, an English club ended a 26 year wait for a major trophy. Identify the year, the three individuals and the club.

  • 1997
  • Billy Bremner
  • Brad Friedel
  • Chelsea
  • Pierre Van Hooijdonk

'Tireless with team' - A striker who scored 15 goals in the first Premier League season. Identify the player from the anagram.

  • Matthew Le Tissier

Which striker played in North London, East Anglican and over twenty Old Firm derbies during his 16 year professional career?

  • John Hartson

Which two ex Premier League forwards played together in a Champions League Final in the noughties, three years after playing against each other in another Champions League Final?

  • Samuel Eto'o
  • Thierry Henry

In this year, clubs from London won both the title and FA Cup, an Englishman finished as top scorer in the league and Liverpool paid an English record fee to sign a forward. Identify the year, the two clubs & the two players.

  • 1991
  • Alan Smith
  • Arsenal
  • Dean Saunders
  • Tottenham Hotspur