David James is a professional goalkeeper for AFC Bournemouth and has also played for the England National team. David holds the record for the most Premier League appearances. David has been capped 53 times for England with his first appearance back in 1997.
David James in goal for England at the World Cup
Other achievements include winning the Football League Cup winners medal with Liverpool in 1995 and achieving a 142nd Premiership clean sheet beating David Seaman’s 141st clean sheet.
David has a hugely successful career having played for teams such as Watford, Liverpool, Aston Villa, West Ham, Manchester City, Portsmouth and now Bristol City.
He won a FA Cup winners medal with Portsmouth in 2008 and signed with Bristol City on the 30th of July 2010.
Affectionately known as ‘The Robins’ and founded in 1897, Bristol City F.C is one of two football league club in Bristol. The other is arch rivals Bristol Rovers. Bristol City was formed when Bristol South End turned professional and was admitted into the Southern League. Bristol City joined the Football League in 1901 and until 1920 were the only non-London league side south of Birmingham.
Bristol City have had many successes over the years and currently play in the Championship League. The home of Bristol City is Ashton Gate stadium situated in the Ashton/Bedminster area of Bristol.