Alan Shearer was born in Gosforth, Newcastle upon Tyne, England on 1 January 1946. When he was young, his father often bring him to watch football matches on football fields. He joined a football club of children aged 8 for outstanding performances than other children of his age.
As a retired football player, he played for many football clubs, such as Southampton (1986–1992), Blackburn Rovers (1992–1996), Newcastle United (1996–2006) and Tribute and testimonial. Pulling on England football shirt, Shearer started his own international playing career in 1990, scoring 13 goals in 11 games. He is also the record holder until now. For all factors above, he was widely regarded as the greatest footballer of his generation.
After the ending of his playing career, he took several-year off to enjoying life prior to next station of his life. Then he became an expert of TV, keeping close contact with the once beloved football in another manner. After took off England football shirt, he devoted himself to media, extending enthusiasm to the most popular sport in England.