FORMER goalkeeper David Seaman is an Arsenal legend who found love on a reality show.
Let’s take a look at the former England number one goalie.
Former England goalie David Seaman met his third wife Frankie on Dancing on Ice[/caption]
How old is David Seaman?
Seaman was born in Rotherham, Yorkshire, in 1963 and is currently 55-years-old.
After joining his boyhood club Leeds United as a youngster in 1981, the young goalie was released without playing for the senior side the following year.
However, after signing for Peterborough United, Seaman quickly rose up the divisions of English football, playing for Birmingham City and Queens Park Rangers before landing his big move to Arsenal in 1990.
It was with QPR where he won the first of his 75 England caps in a friendly away to Saudi Arabia in 1988 which finished 1-1.
Seaman enjoyed an illustrious career with Arsenal winning three league titles including two Premier League titles under manager Arsene Wenger.
In his playing days, Seaman was known for his pony tail and moustache as well as his dislike of high balls[/caption]
However, his most infamous moment in a Gunners shirt came in the 1995 Cup Winners’ Cup final when the goalie was humiliated by a 40-yard lobbed goal by Real Zaragoza’s Nayim.
His reputation for high pressure mistakes was cemented in the 2002 World Cup when he was again lobbed by Brazil star Ronaldinho – which sent England crashing out of the competition at the quarter final stage.
Seaman, known for his pony tail and moustache while playing, left Arsenal in 2003 and finished his professional career with Manchester City where he enjoyed one last season.
Who is his Dancing on Ice star wife Frankie Poultney?
Seaman met his third wife Frankie when they were paired together on ITV show Dancing on Ice.
They announced their engagement in 2013 and married in February 2015.
Frankie is British skater who was born in 1973.
Prior to joining the ITV show, she honed her skills performing as a figure skater.
What is Harry’s Heroes: The Full English?
Seaman is taking part in the ITV show which pits a team of England legends from the 1990s against their German counterparts.
The veteran Three Lions side is being coached by former West Ham and Tottenham boss Harry Redknapp.
The two part show airs on ITV on March 18 and 19.