The Hall of Fame recognises and celebrates the exceptional skill and talent of individuals who have graced the Premier League since its inception in 1992. It is the highest individual honour awarded to players by the League.
The six former players with the most combined votes from the public and the Premier League Awards panel will be inducted alongside Everton and Manchester United legend Rooney and iconic Arsenal captain Vieira.
Fans were able to vote before 21:00 BST on Sunday 3 April.
Find out more about each legend at premierleague.com/halloffame.
|Matthew Le Tissier||SOU|
|Ian Wright||ARS, WHU|
|Peter Schmeichel||MUN, AVL, MCI|
|Teddy Sheringham||NFO, TOT, MUN, POR, WHU|
|Les Ferdinand||QPR, NEW, TOT, WHU, LEI, BOL|
|Sol Campbell||TOT, ARS, POR, NEW|
|Andrew Cole||NEW, MUN, BLB, FUL, MCI, POR, SUN|
|Robbie Fowler||LIV, LEE, MCI, BLB|
|Rio Ferdinand||WHU, LEE, MUN, QPR|
|Michael Owen||LIV, NEW, MUN, STK|
|Ashley Cole||ARS, CHE|
|Edwin van der Sar||FUL, MUN|
|Ruud van Nistelrooy||MUN|
|Petr Cech||CHE, ARS|
|Robin van Persie||ARS, MUN|
|Patrice Evra||MUN, WHU|
To be eligible for the Premier League Hall of Fame this year, players must have been retired as of 1 January 2022, and only a player’s Premier League career is considered in his candidacy.
All inducted players receive a medallion engraved with their name and the year of their induction, with a £10,000 donation made by the Premier League to a charity of their choice.