|Place of birth Sale, England|
1997–2004 Shrewsbury Town
Name Stephen Jagielka
Siblings Phil Jagielka
1996–1997 Stoke City
Height 1.73 m
|Date of birth (1978-03-10) 10 March 1978 (age 37)|
People also search for Phil Jagielka, Barbara Jagielka, Nicola Jagielka
Current team Ellesmere Rangers F.C.
Stephen Jagielka (born 10 March 1978) is an English former footballer.
Having begun his career without success at Stoke City, Jagielka broke through at Shrewsbury Town, where he spent six seasons before falling out of favour under Jimmy Quinn as they were relegated to the Conference in 2003. He was then loaned to Sheffield United for a season, where despite the presence of his younger brother Phil and a good relationship with manager Neil Warnock, he did not play a first-team match. Jagielka then spent two seasons at Accrington Stanley, contributing to their promotion to the Football League as Conference champions in 2006. He then spent a season at Droylsden, helping them win promotion to the Conference National, but decided to leave due to difficulties navigating from Shrewsbury where he has a plumbing business. To remain in Shropshire he signed a one-year deal with AFC Telford United of the Conference North after initiating a phonecall with their manager.
He is the older brother of Everton captain Phil Jagielka. He is of Polish and Scottish descent.