English language association football player

Harvey Elliott

Elliott playing for Liverpool in 2021

Personal information
Full name Harvey Daniel James Elliott[1]
Date of nativity
(2003-04-04)
four April 2003
(age xviii)

[2]
Place of birth Chertsey, England
Pinnacle v ft 7 in (ane.70 grand)[three]
Position(due south) Winger / Midfielder[four]
[5]
Club information

Current team

Liverpool
Number 67
Youth career
Queens Park Rangers

0000–2018
Fulham
Senior career*
Years Team
Apps
(Gls)
2018–2019 Fulham 2 (0)
2019– Liverpool 6 (0)
2020–2021 → Blackburn Rovers (loan) 41 (7)
National team
2018 England U15 iv (five)
2018 England U16 ane (0)
2018–2020 England U17 nine (3)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league but and correct equally of 17:46, 12 September 2021 (UTC)
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 00:58, 11 September 2019 (UTC)

Harvey Daniel James Elliott
(built-in 4 April 2003) is an English professional footballer who plays as a winger or midfielder for Premier League club Liverpool.

Having come up up through their academy, Elliott made his first-team debut for Fulham in September 2018, becoming the youngest player to play in the EFL Cup, aged fifteen years and 174 days. In May 2019, he became the youngest player to play in the Premier League, aged xvi years and xxx days.

Early on life

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Elliott was born in Chertsey, Surrey.[vi]
He was interested in football game from a young age and grew up supporting Liverpool.[seven]
His father, Scott, would tutor him so he could develop a professional attitude towards training.[8]
Elliott joined Queens Park Rangers’ youth academy at an early on age.[8]

Club career

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Fulham

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Elliott was signed by Fulham’s university at U-18 level. He made his first-squad debut for Fulham on 25 September 2018 every bit a 15-year-old in the EFL Cup Third round away to Millwall, every bit an 81st-minute substitute for Floyd Ayité in a 3–i win.[9]
[10]
[11]
He had been at Coombe Boys’ School in New Malden, Greater London earlier that twenty-four hour period and was back at schoolhouse the next morning.[11]
At fifteen years and 174 days he became the club’south youngest ever first-team player and the youngest to e’er play in the competition.[12]
[13]

On 4 May 2019, Elliott made his Premier League debut after coming on as a 88th-minute substitute for André-Frank Zambo Anguissa in a 1–0 away defeat to Wolverhampton Wanderers. In doing then, he became the youngest ever Premier League player at 16 years and 30 days, beating the record set in 2007 past young man Fulham player Matthew Briggs.[14]

Liverpool

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2019–20 flavor

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Elliott signed for Premier League gild Liverpool on 28 July 2019 for an undisclosed fee.[xv]
He made his debut for the club on 25 September in that flavour’southward EFL Cup match against Milton Keynes Dons.[16]
At the age of 16 years and 174 days, he became the youngest-ever role player to start a match for the gild, and second-youngest to characteristic in a competitive fixture backside Jerome Sinclair.[17]
The post-obit calendar month, during the team’s v–four punishment shoot-out (after a 5–v draw after extra time) win over Arsenal in the next round of the competition, Elliott became the youngest player to first a match at Liverpool’s abode basis, Anfield, at the historic period of 16 years and 209 days.[eighteen]
He made his Premier League debut for Liverpool on 2 Jan 2020, replacing Mohamed Salah i minute before the final whistle in a two–0 abode win against Sheffield United.[19]

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Elliott signed his offset professional contract with Liverpool on vi July 2020.[20]
On ten February 2021, the contained Professional Football Compensation Committee ordered Liverpool to compensate Fulham an undisclosed amount for Elliott’s transfer. Liverpool confirmed the fee every bit £ane.v million, plus £2.8 million in bonuses.[21]
The fee was a record for a and so-sixteen year quondam.[22]

Loan to Blackburn Rovers

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In October 2020, Elliott joined Championship order Blackburn Rovers on a flavour-long loan.[23]
He made his league debut for Blackburn in their 3–1 abroad loss to Watford on 21 October.[24]
He scored his beginning goal for the club in their 4–0 away win confronting Coventry City on 24 October.[25]

In April 2021, Elliott was nominated for the EFL Immature Player of the Season accolade,[26]
which was eventually won by Reading player Michael Olise.[27]
He finished the 2020–21 season with 7 goals and 11 assists.[28]
He besides was awarded Blackburn’s Goal of the Flavour for his strike confronting Millwall in December 2020.[29]
He returned to Liverpool after the Title flavor ended in May 2021.[30]


2021–22 season

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Elliott signed a new long-term contract with Liverpool on nine July 2021.[31]
He made his full Premier League debut for Liverpool on 21 August, starting and playing the whole friction match in a two–0 win against Burnley.[32]
On 12 September, Elliott confused his ankle in a challenge with Leeds United defender Pascal Struijk in a 3–0 away league win.[33]
[34]
Post-obit the injury, Liverpool confirmed that he would require surgery.[35]
[36]
On fourteen September, Elliott underwent successful surgery in London, with the club remaining hopeful that he would brand a return before the end of the 2021–22 season.[37]

Elliott returned to the Liverpool team on 6 Feb 2022 in a fourth round FA Loving cup lucifer against Cardiff City coming on as a substitute in the 58th infinitesimal and scoring his first Liverpool goal in a 3-1 Liverpool victory.[38]

International career

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Elliott received his first phone call-upward to the England nether-17 squad in October 2018.[39]
The post-obit month he scored his first goal at this age level, away to the Ireland.[xl]

Elliott was included in the England under-17 squad for the 2019 Syrenka Loving cup, a friendly tournament usually held in training for UEFA European Under-17 Title qualifying. Elliott helped the England under-17 squad to the title on 10 September 2019 by scoring the opening goal of the final from the spot in a 2–2 depict with hosts Poland before Kevin Betsy’southward Young Lions won 3–i after a punishment shoot-out.[41]

Career statistics

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Every bit of match played 6 February 2022
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Appearances and goals by club, season and contest
Club Season League FA Cup EFL Loving cup Europe Other Full
Sectionalisation Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals Apps Goals
Fulham U21 2018–nineteen[42] i[a] i 0
Fulham 2018–xix[42] Premier League two ane 3 0
Liverpool U21 2019–20[43] one[a] ane ane 1
Liverpool 2019–xx[43] Premier League two three iii viii 0
2020–21[44] Premier League i 1 0
2021–22[45] Premier League 4 i ane 5 1
Total half dozen four ane iv 14 ane
Blackburn Rovers (loan) 2020–21[44] Championship 41 seven ane 42 7
Career full 49 vii 5 ane 5 2 ane 61 nine
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Honours

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Liverpool

  • UEFA Super Cup: 2019[46]
  • FIFA Club World Cup: 2019[47]

England U17

  • Syrenka Loving cup: 2019[41]

Private

  • Blackburn Rovers Goal of the Flavour: 2020–21[29]

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External links

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  • Profile at the Liverpool F.C. website
  • Harvey Elliott – UEFA competition tape (archive)Edit this at Wikidata
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