Cameron Carter-Vickers Profile
Strong centre-half Cameron Carter-Vickers is another product of Spurs’ academy system, as well as a member of the US national team.
Born and raised in Southend, Cameron attended Eastwood Academy before joining the club aged 11.
Working through the ranks, in 2013-14 he made 28 appearances for our Under-18s with 2 goals despite still being in school.
He was also part of Spurs’ U18 Premier League Champions Cup-winning side in 2014, he also played 10 times for the Under-21s and started five times in the FA Youth Cup, making it through to the semi-finals.
Cameron progressed further in the club in 2015-16. He regularly captaining the Under-21 side, with 13 league games and one goal at that level during that campaign, with two appearances in the Premier League Under-21 International Cup. His good form and excellent progress was rewarded with a series of opportunities to train with the senior squad and four first team bench appearances in four matches in the Europa League between December 2015 and March 2016.
Following these opportunities, his potential as a senior squad member was only strengthened and he went out on loan to Sheffield United and Ipswich Town to gain experience as a senior player in late 2017 and early 2018 respectively before spending the 2018/19 campaign at Swansea City
Due to his American heritage as the son of American basketballer Howard Carter, Cameron represented the USA Under-20 national team at the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in New Zealand in the summer of 2015 and then again at the same tournament in South Korea in 2017.
His first senior cap arrived in a 1-1 friendly draw with Portugal in November, 2017, when he was introduced as a half-time substitute, before making his first start and impressing in a 1-0 home win over Paraguay in March the following year.
|Full Name||Cameron Carter-Vickers|
|Date of Birth||31st December 1997|
|Place of Birth||Southend-on-Sea, England|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|2016 –||Tottenham Hotspur – 0 apps|
|2017 – 2018||Sheffield United (loan) – 17 Domestic League apps (1 goal)|
|2018||Ipswich Town (loan)- 14 Domestic League apps|
|National Team||America – 5 appearances|
|Domestic Cup Appearances||0|