Peter Crouch

Of all of the England players, Crouch has probably had the most moves, playing for a total of 11 teams (including 3 loan outings). Crouch started his football career with Tottenham Hotspur as a youth player and moved to the senior squad, he stayed with the club as a senior for 2 years but failed to make any impact and was loaned out, eventually in 2000 he was sold to QPR (a team he supported as a child) for the princely sum of £60,000. He made quite an impact at QPR making 42 appearance and scoring 10 goals but his goals were not enough to stop QPR getting relegated and to make money they sold him to Portsmouth for £1.25 million, here he scored 18 goals out of 37 appearances and was then snapped up by Aston Villa for £5 million.

Although getting off to a good start with Villa, scoring t in his debut he failed to hold down a place and in a bid for first team action he moved to Norwich on loan helping them gain promotion. His time at Villa came to an end when he moved to Southampton for £2.5 million fee after only scoring 6 times in 37 games for Villa. His move to Southampton was moderately successful he scored 12 goals in 27 games but it failed to stop Southampton’s relegation and Crouch was again sold, this time to Liverpool for £7 million.

Crouch spent 3 seasons with Liverpool scoring 22 goals and making 85 appearances, he failed to score in his first 19 games for Liverpool but managed to gain some form helping Liverpool win vital matches and became Liverpool’s top goal scorer for the 2006/07 season. In 2008 Crouch returned to Portsmouth in a deal worth £11 million he made a further 38 appearance for Portsmouth scoring 11 goals and to some surprise he then rejoined Spurs in 2009 for £10 million.

Peter Crouch's World Cup England Goalscorer Odds

International Career

Crouch had his first call up to the senior team when manager Sven-Goran Eriksson brought him in for the teams tour of the United States and he has never looked back, winning over 40 caps since and being a regular goalscorer and he is always one of the favourites to score the first goal in the England Odds for any game.

Team Years Appearances Goals Goals to Game Ratio
England U21 2002 - 2003 6 1 0.16
England B 2006 1 0 0.00
England 2005 - 42 22 0.54
Total 49 23 0.47


Crazy Legs Crane

After he was reported to have been doing the "Robot Dance" at one of David Beckham's parties, Crouch incorporated into his goal celebrations.

Robot No More

As part of their latest advertising campaign T-Mobile enlisted the best dancer they could get their hands on.