Trevor Brooking, CBE is a former England international footballer, manager, pundit and football administrator; he now works as director of football development in England.
He played most of his career for West Ham United making 647 appearances for the club. He won the FA Cup twice, in 1975 scoring a vital goal in a 2–1 win in a 4th round replay away at Swindon Town and 1980; in the latter, he scored another vital goal in a 2–1 win in a third round replay against West Bromwich Albion and scoring the only goal in a 1–0 win over Arsenal in the final with a header. Brooking was a member of the West Ham team which won the Second Division in 1981. He also appeared in the 1975 FA Charity Shield, the 1976 European Cup Winners' Cup Final, the 1980 FA Charity Shield and the 1981 Football League Cup Final. He was also the club's player of the season on four occasions and caretaker manager on two occasions in 2003. Brooking played 47 times for England, scoring five times. In 2009 a stand at Upton Park was named after Brooking.