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Top Facts About Andrew Robertson

Andrew Robertson is a Scottish football player and one of the best left-backs in football history. His quick movements, strength, and crossing ability gained him a good reputation. Stay tuned and let’s get into all the top facts about Andrew Robertson.

Andrew Robertson also captained the

Scotland national team

and made lots of tremendous contributions to the football industry which in this article we will know all about. Currently, he is a left-back player at the Premier League Club


. If you are a big fan of Liverpool, don’t lose this chance in getting to know all the details like

Andrew Robertson parents

, his childhood, personal life, and fiancée.

Based on the top facts about Andrew Robertson, he is a hard-working player and this feature got him to be named PFA Scotland young player of the year. At the end of every Scottish football season members of the association vote to pick one of the young players who played the best and Andrew Robertson earned the name.

Top Facts About Andrew Robertson You Didn’t Know

You might be surprised to know that based on

Andrew Robertson personal

life he used to work at Hampden Park as a telephone service recipient for ticket bookings. But he never stopped pursuing his dream of one-day play in the national team. If you are interested in knowing the contributions Andrew Robertson did to earn his name at such a young age and became who he is today, I suggest you keep on reading.

Andrew Robertson Childhood and Parents

First of all, let’s begin with

Andrew Robertson childhood

. He was born on 11 March 1994 in Glasgow, which is located in Scotland's western Lowlands. Now for Andrew Robertson parents, his father, Brian, nicknamed 'Pop' was an amateur football player who had a spinal injury and couldn’t pursue football as a career. Andrew Robertson parents are from the middle class and the good-hearted footballer bought them a house in Glasgow with his first salary. Top facts about Andrew Robertson shows that his father was a childhood friend of footballers Jim Duffy and Charlie Nicholas.

From 2006 to 2012 he went to St Ninian's High School in Giffnock and captained their team as well. Andrew Robertson childhood favorite football club was


. As a youth, he played in Giffnock Soccer Centre and soon he joined his favorite club, Celtic but unfortunately, he was left out for being too small. Of course, this made the young footballer disappointed and didn’t play football for a period of time and even considered never to play again but with faith and hope everything changed. Stay tuned and more

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Andrew Robertson Siblings 

Andrew Robertson always appreciated his family for being there for him especially his brother. The young footballer has a 43-year-old brother named Stephan. Stephan used to have the professional footballer title in the family but things changed. Andrew admitted that as they were growing up Stephan was the best player and his sacrifices got him where he is today. Stephan played football professionally since 1994 (the year Andrew was born) and currently he’s a goalkeeper for Kirkintilloch Rob Roy in the Scottish Junior Football Association, West Region.

“He didn’t move much, he was a bit of a static striker but scored a lot of goals,” Robertson laughed. “Now I’m not sure he can hack it! I spoke to him recently and for the first time ever he gave me a small compliment. He said: “I don’t know how you do it because I’ve played five-a-side twice this week and my body is in bits. I took that as a small compliment.”


Andrew Robertson Transfer Market Stats and Career

After being rejected by his favorite club, he didn’t give up and in the 2012-13 season, he joined Queen's Park. The young footballer struggled to make a name for himself but he needed more training. As for

Andrew Robertson transfer market stats

, he wasn’t being paid and that was why he worked at the telephone services. At the time he was considering college options and leaving football but as his playing was getting better he decided to stay. Based on Andrew Robertson stats he scored his first goal on 13 November 2012 in a game against East Stirlingshire which ended up in victory.

Soon his talents took the attention of the Scottish Premiership club,

Dundee United

. On 3 June 2013, he got on board with the club and Andrew Robertson transfer market stats show that it was a free transfer to the mentioned club. Based on Andrew Robertson stats in September 2013 he scored his first goal in a 2-2 draw against


. By proving his skills worthy, Dundee United signed a new contract with him and extended the contract to May 2016.

In 2014 Dundee United reached an agreement to transfer Robertson for £2.85 million to Hull City. It wasn’t long before the young footballer found his place and according to

Andrew Robertson stats

he made 24 appearances but his efforts weren’t much of a help in preventing his team from being relegated to the Championship. He scored the first goal in a match against Brentford which ended in a 2–0 victory and got Hull City on the top of the Championship table due to the goal difference. But soon Hull City got relegated again.

On 21 July 2017, Robertson signed a long-term contract with Liverpool for £8 million. He thrived and improved himself very well in Liverpool. Soon he made a good reputation and won lots of awards. In January 2019 he signed a new contract with the team which was until 2024. In June 2019 in a

Champions League

final against

Tottenham Hotspur

, the young footballer played for 90 minutes as Liverpool defeated his opponent and secured its sixth European Cup. By the end of the season 2019-20, Robertson made the overall 2 goals and 12 assists for Liverpool.

With hard work and talent, Andrew Robertson at such a young age made his dream of joining the national team come true. In 2013 he was picked by the Scotland under-21 team for the first time. In 2014 He scored his first goal against England which they were defeated 3-1. In 2018 he was appointed to be the captain of the national team. Once again Robertson was captain as Scotland got qualified for UEFA Euro 2020 after a 5-4 win against Serbia. More

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Andrew Robertson Fiancée and Personal Life

And now it is time to dig deeper into Andrew Robertson personal life.

Andrew Robertson fiancée

is Rachel Roberts. The couple met at St. Ninian’s School in Glasgow and they have a long-term relationship since. Andrew Robertson children are named Rocco and Aria. On 26 August 2017, Rachel Roberts gave birth to their son and their second child was born in January 2019. According to reports, Andrew Robertson fiancée is the owner of Oro Sport which is a sports clothing brand.

Rachel Roberts is a very bright and talented young woman. She graduated from the University of Glasgow in 2016 and she’s capable of speaking several languages, including Spanish and Portuguese. You can follow her on LinkedIn and get more updates. As we mentioned before

Andrew Robertson children

are Rocco and Aria and the couple lives happily with their kids but they still don’t have any plans for marriage yet.

You might find it interesting to know that Andrew Robertson donated a signed Liverpool shirt of

Roberto Firmino

his teammate to a young boy who had given his pocket money to a local food bank in Glasgow. In 2020 he and his teammate

Trent Alexander-Arnold

made their own digital series on IGTV called 'Wingmen'. Based on Andrew Robertson personal life he wrote his first book which was about Liverpool's historic 2019-20 Campaign. All the earnings from the book will go to Robertson's foundation which will all go to underprivileged children in Scotland. Find out more top facts about Andrew Robertson in the following.

Andrew Robertson and his fiancée Rachel were considering launching their own charity and with the pandemic and national lockdown, they’ve got all the time to coordinate their charity. The AR26 charity named after the 26-year-old footballer long-held shirt number from Dundee United, Hull City, and Liverpool. It aims to provide chances for all the underprivileged children across the country to make a career in football. Robertson wants to provide an equal opportunity for all the underprivileged children to access the training, support, and interviews without considering their race, gender, and background.

“I am excited and honored to be part of an incredible team launching a charity focused on helping young people in Scotland. AR26 will look to provide support and opportunities for those who, through no fault of their own, feel left behind and, in some cases, abandoned.” The young footballer added "Opportunity should be a basic human right for everyone. To deny young people in Scotland equality of opportunity is to undermine our future. My own experiences have taught me that none of us can achieve anything on our own. We all need other people, we all need help, we all need support - and more than anything - we all need a chance."

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Andrew Robertson Style of Play 

According to former England defender Phil Neville, Robertson is one of the best left-backs in the world, and his speed, strength, and crossing ability are remarkable. Fábio Aurélio a Liverpool predecessor in the same position considers Robertson a great left-back and has said " One thing that calls my attention is that he's always improving, he's not comfortable in his situation being the first choice," and that "The two full-backs of Liverpool right now are unbelievable. We can contest in any kind of way." Former Liverpool captain Sir Kenny Dalglish also said "For me, there are few, if any, better than him in his position."


Andrew Robertson Awards

Andrew Robertson age is 26 and he managed to earn lots of awards at such a young age. In September 2013 at Dundee United, the young Scottish footballer was voted SPFL young player of the month. The list of his achievements went on and on as he won the PFA Scotland young player of the year award and also was named in the PFA Scotland team of the year in the 2013–14 Scottish Premiership. On 19 August 2017 at Liverpool club he first started playing in a 1-0 win against

Crystal Palace

and won the man of the match award.

On 14 January his performance in the 4–3 win against league leaders Manchester City got him to pick up praise from the Liverpool supporters. He has been declared to be the best left-back in the Premier League by Kevin Kilbane and also best left-back in the world by Phil Neville. On 25 April, he was named in the PFA team of the year alongside his Liverpool teammates, Trent Alexander-Arnold, Sadio Mané, and Virgil van Dijk. Of course with his amazing performance and skills in the field, he earned all these awards and titles. For More

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keep on reading.

Andrew Robertson Book

As we mentioned before Andrew Robertson has published a book named “you are gonna believe us”. In this book, the Scottish left-back is taking us behind the scenes of Liverpool football club and share the inside story of how for the first time in 30 years Liverpool brought the title world cup winners home.

Robertson told the reporters: “I don't think I'm interesting enough to write a book about myself so I thought I’d write about the season that we had. It was an incredible season, I've read the draft of it and I thought it was a good read but I'm going to be bias. Hopefully, people like it. I've set up my own charity in Scotland and the proceeds are going towards helping to set that up and helping underprivileged kids.”

Andrew Robertson Salary and Net Worth

Andrew Robertson age is 26 and with great ambition and hard work at such a young age he came a long way. From a mid-class young boy who was looking for a job like any other person, he made his way to become a star in the Liverpool League. As we mentioned before he spent his first salary to buy a house for his family. Now for

Andrew Robertson salary

, we have to say that in July 2017 he came to an agreement with Liverpool that earned him a total salary of 2.4 million Pound per year. With crunching the numbers, it means that he earns £6,632 per day and £276 per hour!


Now let’s find out more about

Andrew Robertson net worth

. As the market value of players going higher and higher, so does the Scottish left-back. With his competence and amazing performance in the last 2 seasons in Liverpool, today Robertson worth 40 Million Pound and the Scottish star drives a range rover. Andrew Robertson net worth is estimated to be 8 million pounds but definitely, it will get higher. These were the top facts about Andrew Robertson salary and net worth.

Andrew Robertson Social Media Accounts

“Life at this age is rubbish with no money #needajob” this was the legendary tweet of an 18-year-old Scottish boy in 2012. The young footballer didn’t know that 8 years later he will be at the acme of his career. This is absolute proof of how far has Robertson came and grown through the years. You can follow Andrew Robertson social media accounts and find out more. Now the young footballer has 1.5 million followers on Twitter and has signed up by the username of



As for his Instagram account, Andrew Robertson has 3 million followers and he follows 456 people on this platform. He has posted overly 507 posts which are mostly about his journey in football and pictures of his family and friends. He has signed up by the username of


. On Facebook, he has signed up by the username of


and has more than 260K followers on this platform. You can follow Andrew Robertson social media accounts and get more updates and also you can see the pictures of Andrew Robertson children and fiancée too.

Andrew Robertson Quotes

Andrew Robertson is a good example of hard work and skills. He raised from an amateur footballer in Queen's Park to one of the best left-backs in Liverpool and the whole world. The Scottish left-back also had a few legendary quotes that we will get into in a bit. “Queens Park was an amateur, so you do not get paid. You need to make a living, and for the first few years, when I was in the youth side, it was fine because I was still at school.” These were his quotes from the days at Queen's Park.


He made a few quotes at the time he was in

Hull City

as well. “It's funny, actually... a few clubs called when I was in the preseason with Hull in 2017, but I wasn't really that interested. My missus was pregnant, and we were in the process of getting everything ready for our big arrival - that was our top priority”

He also made a few when he got on board with Liverpool which is funny. “When you hear Liverpool want you, you call your agent back in about five seconds”

 “I know when people say I'm some sort of Cinderella Man that it's meant as a compliment. I appreciate that, but to be totally honest, it doesn't feel like one, because it isn't true.”

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