Kyle Andrew Walker (born 28 May, 1990) is an English professional footballer, who plays as a right-back with Premier League club Manchester City and for the England nation’s team.
Growing up in Sheffield, Walker started his career with his childhood club Sheffield United which he joined when he was seven. He was then promoted to the first team, where the full Sheffield United debut at 18 years old in the match against Leyton Orient after a loan period with Northampton Town. He impressed while playing with the Blades and was a part of their 2010 Championship play-off final during their defeat to Burnley. His efforts led to him being signed by Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur and was immediately loaned to Sheffield United. Following loan stints at Queens Park Rangers and Aston Villa and Aston Villa, he secured his spot in Tottenham’s first team. His achievements led to him being selected for the England national team. He was able to make his first appearance against Spain. After five seasons with Tottenham, Walker joined Manchester City at a cost in the amount of PS45 million. Walker has achieved 3 Premier League titles, four EFL Cup trophies and one FA Cup whilst at City. He also played for England in UEFA Euro 2016, the 2018 FIFA World Cup and UEFA Euro 2020. He has been selected as a member of the PFA Team of the Year three times three years: in 2011-12, 2016-17, and 2017-18.
Kyle Walker Wiki, Age, Height, Weight, Family, Networth
|Real Name||Kyle Peter Grealish|
|Profession||English professional footballer|
|Famous For||English professional footballer|
|Wife/Girlfriend Name||Annie Kilner|
|Age||25 Years Old|
|Height||In centimeters- 185 cm In meters – 1.85 M In Feet Inches-6.1|
|Weight||In Kilograms- 75 kg In Pounds- 125 lbs|
|Shoe Size||8 US|
|Date of Birth||10th September 1995|
|Birth Place||Birmingham, England|
|School Name||Porter Croft Infant & Junior School|
|College Name||Not Known|
|Father Name||Not Known|
|Mother Name||Not Known|
|Income Source||Professional Footballer|
|Appear In||Professional Footballer|
|Net Worth, Salary||Not Known|
Childhood and early life
Walker was born in Sheffield, South Yorkshire, and is of Jamaican descent. Walker grew up in the Sharrow neighborhood of Sheffield and went to Porter Croft Infant & Junior School and then High Storrs School until 2006.
Before even making an appearance in the league with Sheffield United, Walker was invited to join the England U19s in February 2009. The first time he played was on the 10th of February in the form of an extra in the second half of the 3-0 defeat to Spain U19s. Following his first set of normal Premier League starts, Walker was selected to his full England team in February of 2011 and in March 2011. However, he was unable to take part at any games played and was removed from the team in March because of an injury.
In the final stages of the season 2010-11, Walker was selected as a member of the England squad that participated at the 2011 UEFA European Under-21 Championship competition in Denmark. Despite the poor performance for the side, which was eliminated in the first round Walker received a spot in Team of the Tournament.
His excellent form during the 2011-12 season allowed him to get his first senior England debut during the 1-0 win against Spain and was substituted for Scott Parker as a substitute in the 85th minute. The first time he played was on the 15th of November with a 1-0 win over Sweden in which the player of the match was named. He did not participate in at the 2011 European Championships because of a toe injury that occurred during an official match against Fulham.
Walker was the player to play for the very first England match since Euro 2012, a 2-1 victory against Italy.
Walker was selected to the 23-man England national team of the 2018 World Cup. Walker was selected as a center-back in the back three by England’s coach Gareth Southgate.
In June He scored an individual strike in a match against in the Netherlands national team, as England were eliminated in the semi-finals stage in the 2019 UEFA Nations League. He was not included in England’s squad to play in the European Championship qualifiers at the beginning of the 2019-20 season. Five September 2020 the player was dismissed in an one-goal Nations League win away to Iceland and became being the very first Englishman to receive an international warning card after Raheem Sterling was sent off in June 2014.
The 1st of June in 2021 Walker was included as a 26-man player for the delayed UEFA Euro 2020. Walker’s performance during the tournament helped him earn a spot within the UEFA Euro 2020 Team of the Tournament in the event that England got to their first final at an important tournament since the year 1966.
As of December 12, Walker was signed to sign a boot contract to Nike for his T90 Laser IV which were also worn by Wayne Rooney. From 2009 until 2012, Walker wore his SX Valor, SX Flare, Stealth Pro, Speciali, Stealth Pro II, GT Pro, and GT Pro II boots made by Umbro.
Kyle Walker Profession & Networth Income
- In his profession, he’s a Professional Footballer
- His Networth income is 1-5 milliondollars.