10. Ryan Giggs – 43 Years
A footballer who played the entire career for Manchester United, Ryan Giggs made his professional debut in 1991 and played 22 seasons. Giggs is one of the most celebrated players in the history of soccer and also one of the oldest soccer players. During the 23 years of his service at Manchester United, Giggs has won 13 Premier League medals, three League Cup medals, four FA Cup medals and FIFA World Cup medal and many others. He has been an important player for Red Devils and also holds the record of a footballer with the highest number of Premiere league appearances.
In 2007, Giggs was appointed as an OBE in the Queen’s Birthday Honors List for the services he contributed to football. He is the only player to have played in each of the 22 sessions of Premier League and the only player to have scored in every session. Giggs was the first footballer to win two consecutive awards of PFA Young Player of the Year. At the international level, Giggs played 64 times for the Wales national team between 1991 and 2007. He is among the 18 players who made more than 1000 career appearances in the history of football.
These all-time legendary oldest soccer players have paved ways for young players in the game world and will be regarded in the history of football for their amazing service.