• Phil Neville has confirmed his retirement from football.
  • Phil made his debut for Manchester United aged 18 in the 1994-95 season, but didn't truly establish himself in the team until the following year.
  • Neville played in the 1996 FA Cup final, as a Cantona goal helped the Red Devils to a victory over Liverpool at Wembley.
  • After impressive performances for Manchester United, Phil was named in Terry Venables England Euro '96 squad, though he remained an unused substitute.
  • Neville struggled for games early in his career due to the consistency of Denis Irwin, however by 2000 he had won three league titles and two FA Cups.
  • Though he was on the bench for the final, Phil played an important part in Manchester United's 1999 Champions League success.
  • After missing the 1998 World Cup, Neville played in every game of England's disappointing Euro 2000 campaign.
  • Following Irwin's departure, Phil became a regular fixture for United in a variety of positions, going on to win three more league titles and one FA Cup.
  • Snubbed by Sven for the 2002 World Cup, Neville made two substitute appearances at the 2004 European Championships in Portugal.
  • After ten years at Old Trafford Phil completed a £3.5 million transfer to Everton in 2005.
  • Neville's first game for the Toffees came against Villarreal in a Champions League qualifier and made his league debut against former employers United.
  • Although he faced initial scepticism from the Goodison Park faithful, Phil's committed performances seen him become club captain and a fan favourite.
  • When Phil and Gary clashed at Old Trafford in 2006 they became the first siblings to captain opposing clubs in a Premier League match.
  • In 2008 Neville helped Everton to reach the last 16 of the UEFA Cup, with the Blues exiting the tournament on penalties to Fiorentina.
  • After a close fought match Phil's penalty helped Everton to reach their first FA Cup final since 1995 as they defeated Manchester United on penalties.
  • Despite taking a very early lead against Chelsea in the FA Cup final, Everton lost the game 2-1 denying Neville the chance to lift the cup with The Toffees
  • Phil has racked up just nine goals in his 500 game career, however he did win Everton's 2011 goal of the season for a strike against West Brom.
  • Neville helped Everton to reach the 2011 FA Cup semi-final against Liverpool; and joined Steven Gerrard in paying tribute to the Hillsborough 96.
  • The Blues endured another disappointing Wembley defeat and Neville lost out on what was his final chance to win silverware at Everton.
  • Neville's career is now over after his eight year stint at Goodison Park.

Phil Neville's career

Phil Neville has confirmed his retirement from football.