Liverpool fans - but there is no personal significance behind the famous digits. Alexander-Arnold has made his name as one of the best attacking right-backs in European football since his 2017 breakthrough - but opted to stick with his rookie number.
The reasons behind the 23-year-old's loyalty for the No66 were not in fact there from the start, however, his early success under Jurgen Klopp helped form an attachment. READ MORE: Liverpool ace told Rafa Benitez 'you have no respect for me' pre-Champions League final Lee Radcliffe, Liverpool's kit management coordinator, spoke to the official club website on the reasoning behind the number back in 2020.
He said: "When we get any young lads that come down from the Academy, we always deliberately try to give them a high-ish number."We don't like to give them a low number in case they sort of think they've made it straight away, if you know what I mean. Where does Trent Alexander-Arnold rank among the best right-backs in world football?
Tell us in the comments section below. "You pick it out because it's a free number and it's around that sort of number you think, 'We'll give that out because he's only just come down'." However, with Alexander-Arnold going on to winning the Champions League with the number, he kept it before tasting Premier League glory the following season.Read more on dailystar.co.uk