Frank Lampard senior is undoubtedly a West Ham legend. He made his debut for the East London club at the age of 19 in November 1967 and quickly established himself as a regular in the left-back position for the Hammers. Frank senior managed to appear in the claret and blue 551 times whilst netting 18 goals along the way. Frank sr. also managed to lift the F.A Cup twice with West Ham in 1975 and 1980.
He made his debut for the senior England team in October 1972 against Yugoslavia, the first of only two caps. He had a one year spell with Southend United in 1985 before announcing his retirement from the game a year later. From 1994 to 2001 he returned to West Ham to take on the role of assistant manager under his brother-in-law Harry Redknapp. Frank Lampard senior is currently a football consultant to Watford manager Brendan Rodgers.
Frank Lampard junior is a solid goal scoring midfielder who plays his football for newly crowned Premier League champions Chelsea. Like his father, he also started his football career at West Ham United. Lampard spent seven years at the East London club before making a switch to London rivals Chelsea in 2001 for a fee of £11 million. He has set a record for the most consecutive Premier League appearances at 164, as well as picking up two Premier League titles, and F.A Cup and just recently a historic domestic double. Lampard is also a regular for the England squad.