Ex-Fulham and Hull City star will now become a coach with the Seagulls and continue TV punditry work
Brighton & Hove Albion defender Liam Rosenior, 34, has retired from professional football.
The full-back, who won promotion to the Premier League with the likes of Hull and most recent side Brighton in a 16-year career, made close to 450 senior appearances.
Rosenior will now join Brighton’s coaching staff as well as working as a television pundit.
“To the managers, coaches, players, backroom staff and supporters of every club I have had the good fortune to represent, I sincerely thank you for the lessons, happiness, memories and incredible support I have received in my career,” Rosenior wrote on Twitter.
Rosenior started his career at Bristol City, for whom father Leroy also played, before spells with Fulham, Torquay, Reading and Ipswich.
His most successful spell came at Hull, where he made over 160 appearances as the Tigers won promotion to the Premier League, made the FA Cup final and played in Europe.
He then joined Brighton, where he saw out his career with another promotion.