Date of birth
The experienced midfielder is Walsall's club captain and longest-serving player.
Born in Sandwell, Chambers came through his hometown club West Brom's youth ranks and signed his first professional contract in 1999.
The 37-year-old helped the Baggies win promotion to the Premier League in 2001/02 and made 13 top-flight appearances the following season.
After a loan spell with Sheffield Wednesday, Chambers joined Kidderminster in 2005 but left for Leyton Orient a year later.
He appeared almost 200 times for the O’s, winning their Player of the Year award in 2007/08, before moving to Walsall in July 2011.
A model professional, Chambers skippered the Saddlers to the Johnstone's Paint Trophy final in 2015 and helped us reach the League One play-offs a year later.
He has now accumulated over 300 appearances for the club.