The Premier League is now officially called the Barclays Premier League since it is sponsored by Barclays Bank. Outside of England, it is known as the English Premier League.
The Premier League is a business in which the 20-member teams own stock. Seasons last from August to May, with each side playing 38 games for a total of 380 matches. The majority of games are played on Saturday and Sunday afternoons, with the remainder played on weekday evenings.
Here is the list of 10 youngest goalscorers in Premier League history :
10) Danny Cadamarteri:
Table Of Content
- 1 10) Danny Cadamarteri:
- 2 9) Mikael Forsell:
- 3 8) Raheem Sterling:
- 4 7) Federico Macheda:
- 5 6) Andy turner:
- 6 5) Michael Owen:
- 7 4) Cesc Fabregas:
- 8 3) Wayne Rooney:
- 9 2) James Milner:
- 10 1) James Vaughan: Youngest Premier league goal scorers
Daniel Leon “Danny” Cadamarteri is a former English footballer who last played in Football League One for Carlisle United.
Cadamarteri had previously played for a variety of teams in England, including the Premier League, Football League, and a brief stint in non-league football, before joining Dundee United.
Danny Cadamarteri scored his first Premier League goal in a 4-2 victory over Barnsley at the start of the 1997/98 season for Everton.
He was 17 years 348 days old at the time. He is the last on our list of the Premier League’s youngest premier league goal scorers of all time.
9) Mikael Forsell:
Forssell made his professional debut for HJK in 1997 after progressing through the club’s development squads, however, he only stayed for one season. Mikael Forssell scored the first goal in Chelsea’s 3-1 triumph over Nottingham Forest.
When he scored his first goal, he was 17 years 346 days old. He was one of the league’s youngest players to debut for Chelsea.
He is still the ninth-youngest player in Premier League history to score a goal.
8) Raheem Sterling:
Raheem Sterling was signed from Queens Park Rangers’ academy in 2010 and was highly rated in Liverpool’s junior squad, scoring a number of goals.
The promising attacker has looked energetic to begin the 2012/13 Premier League season, and his game-winning goal against Reading seems ready to jumpstart his career.
He is currently the eighth-youngest Premier League goalscorer of all time after he scored his first goal for Liverpool on 20th October 2012 when he was just 17 years and 321 days old.
Making your Premier league debut and scoring your first at such a young ache is a big achievement.
7) Federico Macheda:
No player on this list has scored a more crucial goal than Federico Macheda, an Italian adolescent.
On 5th April 2009, on the hour, Manchester United trailed Aston Villa 2-1 at home.
Cristiano Ronaldo equalized the score in the 80th minute and just moments after Macheda scored in the 90th. He was only 17 years 231 days old at the time to become one of the youngest scorers to score an important goal at a very young age.
He is also the seventh-youngest Premier League goalscorer of all time.
6) Andy turner:
Turner is an English-born former footballer who represented the Republic of Ireland at the youth level. He is currently the assistant manager of Coalville Town. He was a Tottenham Hotspur player in the Premier League.
The youngest Striker:
Andy Turner made a Premier League record as the division’s youngest-ever striker during his Tottenham career when Andy Turner scored against Everton on 5 September 1992, aged 17 years and 166 days which was the first for his professional career.
He was among the 6th youngest premier league goal scorers.
5) Michael Owen:
Michael Owen is the former English striker for Liverpool, Real Madrid, Newcastle United, Manchester United, and Stoke City, as well as the England national side.
Michael Owen made his professional debut in the 1996/97 season.
In his debut, Michael Owen scored a goal. He was just 17 years and 148 days old at the time.
He scored his first goal on 6th MAy 1997 for his first-team Liverpool.
As a result, he is the fifth-youngest Premier League goalscorer of all time.
4) Cesc Fabregas:
One of the top midfielders in the world, presently playing for AS Monaco. Fàbregas began his career as a trainee with Barcelona before joining the Premier League club Arsenal in September 2003.
The Spanish midfielder:
The Spanish wonder is one of the Premier League’s youngest goal scorers of all time. When he scored his first goal, he was just 17 years and 118 days old.
Cesc Fabregas scored his wonder goal on 25th August 2004 to become the youngest goalscorer from Spain and surely one of the youngest goalscorers in Premier League history.
3) Wayne Rooney:
English forward who played in the Premier League for one of the richest teams, Manchester United. Rooney made his professional debut for his boyhood club Everton at the age of 16 in 2002.
At the age of 16 years 364 days, he scored his first Premier League goal. As a result, he is the third-youngest Premier League goalscorer of all time.
He scored his dream goal on 19th October 2002 when Thomas Gravesend’s hopeful ball came to him and it was Rooney to finished the ball in style. The manchester united and Everton legend stands 3rd on the list of youngest goalscorers in the PRemier league.
2) James Milner:
James Milner is an English footballer who now plays for Premier League club Manchester City as well as the England national team.
He made his Premier League debut with “Leeds United.” Milner became the Premier League’s second-youngest player to score a goal.
When he scored his first goal for Leeds United, he was 16 years and 360 days old. He scored his first goal for the club on 26th December 2002.
James Milner is now one of the Premier League’s youngest goal scorers of all time.
1) James Vaughan: Youngest Premier league goal scorers
James Oliver Vaughan is an English footballer who plays as a striker for Huddersfield Town in the Football League Championship.
Starting From young age:
He has represented England at the U17, U19, and U21 levels, but has indicated a desire to play for Jamaica at the international level.
He is the Premier League’s youngest ever goalscorer. At the age of 16 years and 274 days, James Vaughan scored his first Premier League goal.
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