Barnes made his debut with Liverpool on 15th August 1987 against Arsenal.
Barnes was ranked No. 5 of 100 Players Who Shook the Kop.
Barnes visited Tanzania in January 2007 and played for youth side in Dar Es Salaam against other local clubs.
A film about Barnes' career was made in 1998 which was broadcasted by BBC, called "The A-Force".
Barnes won one FA Cup (1989) and 2 championships (1988-1990) during playing for Liverpool.
Barnes serves as an ambassador for Save the Children, with trips including visits to Kenya and Ethiopia.
Barnes won PFA Players' Player of the Year in 1988.
Barnes has been the manager of Scottish team Glasgow Celtic (1999-2000).
John Barnes is separated and has 2 sons and 2 daughters.
Barnes was voted twice Football Writers' Association Footballer of the Year in 1988 and 1990.
Barnes played for Charlton (1999) in his last year of his career as a football player.
Barnes played in 27 matches and scored 6 goals in Newcastle (1997-1999).
Barnes made 314 appearances and scored 84 goals with Liverpool (1987-1997).
Barnes joined Liverpool FC in 1987, for a fee of £900,000.
He originally started his football career in Watford, playing in 233 matches and scoring 65 goals for them.
He has been capped 79 times with England's national team (1983-1995) having scored 12 goals.
John Barnes is a retired English football player.
John Barnes: (Speaking about his life after retiring football) A lot of my time is now spent on the school run and taking them (his children) to various football, rugby and ballet groups. I'm just the chauffeur.