Frank Lampard has an IQ score that could get him into Mensa

Frank Lampard recorded an IQ score of above 150 back in 2009, which places his IQ just below Albert Einstein and could get him into Mensa.

Chelsea club doctor Bryan English dished the test out to all the club’s players and Lampard scored well above 150.

English said: "Frank Lampard scored one of the highest sets of marks ever recorded by the company doing the tests. And higher than me."

  • Christine Lampard reveals she and husband Frank rushed daughter Patricia, 20 months, to hospital with fever and rash

  • Christine Lampard and husband Frank take adorable daughter Patricia for a walk after hospital dash

Einstein had an IQ rating of 160, which is the same as Microsoft founder Bill Gates. Beethoven had a rating of 165 and Bill Clinton scored 137.

The average British person scores 100.

Frank’s result would mean that he is among the most intelligent 0.1 percent of the world's population and could get into Mensa.

Mensa is the largest and oldest high IQ society in the world. It is a non-profit organisation open to people who score at the 98th percentile or higher on a standardised, supervised IQ or other approved intelligence test.

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Franke was privately educated at the Brentwood School in Essex where he obtained an A in Latin.

Since his IQ test, Frank is now Chelsea manager and is married to TV presenter Christine Lampard.

Christine, 41, revealed on Loose Women recently that the couple rushed their daughter Patricia, 20 months, to hospital.

Speaking on Loose Women on Friday 8 May, Christine revealed she dashed her young daughter to hospital last week after she developed a high fever and a rash.

  • Christine Lampard celebrates daughter Patricia’s sweet milestone with adorable photo

  • Christine and Frank Lampard enjoy walk with adorable daughter Patricia for essential shopping trip

The 41 year old revealed, thankfully, how her little girl is fine, but detailed how the ordeal was “scary”.

She explained: “We were talking about how people weren't taking their children to hospital because people were fearful and I remember thinking on that day "wouldn't that be awful?" And typically last week we ended up in that exact situation.

“Our little one, this will echo with other parents I'm sure, basically woke up with a really high temperature and then your mind goes to some dark places about what this could be.

“But to cut a rather long story short we were told by our GP to go straight to A&E and it was the words I did not want to hear that day.

“I just assumed she would be given an antibiotic or whatever and she'd be fine, but being told you have to go to a hospital by a doctor is always really worrying, isn't it?’”

Inside Loose Women star Christine Lampard's West London home she shares with her footballer husband Frank and children

Christine continued to tell her fellow show panellists: “We went anyway and typically only one parent can go in now because of the whole virus, so Frank went home and I went in with her and suddenly felt really alone, you think oh my gosh this is really terrible.

“But of course the doctors and nurses as we all know in the NHS, Chelsea Hospital it was, were fantastic and she had a rash and all the bits are very scary but it all turned out to be fine, and she's great, and as I say I've cut a very long story short.

“But what I'm trying to say is people are feeling anxious about that right now, people hear it in the news "don't take your children to hospital in case", please just do it.”

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