Wayne Bridge’s career spanned sixteen years, playing for eight different clubs as well as the England side. His consistent quality meant he made the PFA Premier League Team of the Year in 2001-02 and was still playing well enough to make the PFA Championship Team of the Year in 2012-13. Bridge began his career at his home town side, Southampton, where he made over 150 appearances before moving to Chelsea. He famously helped Chelsea through to the semi finals of the Champions League in 2004 with an 88th minute goal that would be later judged Goal of the Season. He then went on to help Chelsea to win the Premier League the following season.
Bridge enjoyed a loan spell at Fulham before signing for Manchester City, but was soon back out on loan again at West Ham, Sunderland and Brighton, before finishing his lengthy career at Reading.
A regular in the England squad at left back, bridge represented England at the World Cup in 2002 and 2006, as well as at Euro 2004, before personal issues with the then England captain, and former Chelsea team mate, John Terry, forced him to retire from international duty. Since retiring from football in 2014, Wayne has been spending time with his three children as well as making occasional TV appearances. He took part in the 2016 series of I’m a Celebrity, Get Me Out of Here, finishing a creditable fifth.
International tours for some of the world's most successful event brands.Learn more
Well-known personalities to DJ at club nights, private parties and corporate events.Learn more
Our DJ roster includes both internationally acclaimed and up-and-coming talent.Learn more
A diverse range of established and up-and-coming musicians, vocalists and bands.Learn more
Celebrity personalities from the worlds of sport, media, fashion and entertainment.Learn more
Sign up to get exclusive information about our new signings, tours, rosters and labels. We only send you information that you tell us is relevant, and won’t share your email with anyone else.