Peter Crouch is a former professional footballer and has had a varied career both on and off the pitch. Best known for his height and goal-scoring accuracy, Crouch had a humble beginning as teen prodigy before rising to the top of his game as hat-trick scorer for England. Crouch is available for fireside chats on topics ranging from his career to teamwork and peak performance.
About Peter Crouch
Peter Crouch began his story playing in the youth teams for London clubs before joining Queens Park Rangers senior team in 2000. He scored an incredible ten goals in his first season and was named their Player of the Season. Now retired from playing professionally Crouch is also a successful author having released three best-selling football books. He can also be found talking about the game on various TV channels, on his top-rated podcast and with his 1m followers on Twitter.
Peter Crouch, after his first season with Queens Park Rangers, went on to score 18 goals for Portsmouth, also in one season. This was followed by an incredible £5m transfer to Aston Villa where he scored on his debut for the club. After time with other clubs, Crouch made the move to Liverpool in 2006 where he became a recognisable figure and remained for three seasons, scoring 22 goals.
During this time Crouch had been called up by England and formed part of Sven Goran Eriksson’s squad, touring the US and playing up front with the likes of Michael Owen, Wayne Rooney and Joe Cole in the 2006 FIFA World Cup Campaign. He made 42 appearances for England, also playing under Steve McLaren and Fabio Capello, and scored 22 international goals.
Husband to Abbey Clancy and dad of 4, Crouch is also the face of the #1 Sports podcast ‘That Peter Crouch Podcast’ across all digital platforms.
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