- First team coach: Crystal Palace FC
- Retired Premier League Footballer: Blackburn, QPR, West Brom, Burnley
- International Footballer: Republic of Ireland, including World Cup 2002
- Captain for Republic of Ireland, 2006
- Football pundit and commentator: BBC Radio 5 live, BBC Sport
- Patron of Nystagmus Network
Steven Reid is the first team coach at Crystal Palace FC.
Steven began his career at Millwall, making his professional debut in 1997 aged 17, and was part of the team who gained promotion to the English First Division. In 2003 he left the club for Blackburn Rovers. In 2009 Steven went on loan to Queens Park Rangers before making a permanent move to West Bromwich Albion in October 2010. After being released by the club in 2014 Steven considered taking up a coaching role but after being approached by a newly-promoted Burnley, Steven decided to keep on playing and signed a one year contract with the club.
Since retiring in May 2015 Steven has worked as First Team Coach at Reading FC and was recently appointed First Team Coach at Crystal Palace FC.
Steven earned over 20 caps for the Republic of Ireland, including the 2002 World Cup and was made Captain in their friendly against The Netherlands in 2006. He retired from international football in 2010 to concentrate on his club career.
While continuing his football career he co-presented 606 on BBC Radio 5 Live and is a regular commentator on live games for the BBC. He is a regular pundit on Match of the Day 2, BBC World Have Your Say and BBC World Focus.
Steven is a patron of Nystagmus Network.