Harry Kane is a professional footballer born in England who plays as a striker for the English Premier League club Tottenham Hotspur and for the English national team, the Three Lions. He joined Spurs as a young lad and made his way through the club’s youth system before moving up to the senior side in 2011.
The 2014-15 season was Harry Kane’s breakthrough when he was named Premier League Player of the Month for January and February 2015, becoming the fourth player to win the award in two consecutive months. Since 2014-15, he has been named PFA Team of the Year for four consecutive seasons. In the 2015-16 and 2016-17 seasons, he was named top scorer in the Premier League, earning him 2 consecutive Premier League Golden Shoe awards.
On the international stage, Kane has also been impressive for the English national team, the Three Lions. In his international debut, Kane scored just 80 seconds after leaving the bench in a Euro 2016 qualifier. He was also instrumental in their successful qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup. In May 2018, the FA announced Harry Kane as captain of the English Three Lions for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Harry Kane Bio, Age
Harry Edward Kane was born on 28 July 1993 in Walthamstow, London, the son of Kim and Patrick Kane. He grew up alongside a sibling, an older brother named Charlie. He is partly Irish, as his father is originally from the Irish city of Galway. Young Kane received his early education at Larkswood Primary Academy and later at Chingford Foundation School. When he was growing up, Harry Kane, along with other family members, was an avid fan of the Tottenham Hotspur, as they lived only 15 minutes from the Spurs’ training grounds.
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Kane joined the Ridgeway Rovers football club as a child and then moved to the Arsenal Youth Academy at the age of 8. He only spent one season at Arsenal before moving to Tottenham Hotspur. He was initially not accepted by the Spurs, but at the age of eleven, he was given a second chance at the Spurs.
Kane played for the U-16 and U-18 Spurs before joining the first team as a substitute. In summer 2010, he signed his most important professional contract with the Tottenham Hotspurs. However, he was not given regular playing time on the team as he was loaned out to various clubs, with occasional short stints with the Spurs. On 25 August 2011, Harry Kane made his senior national team debut for Tottenham in the return leg of the Europa League qualifiers against Hearts. This season he played in several other Europa League games before returning on loan. He returned to Tottenham in the 2012-13 season, where he made his Premier League debut as a last-minute substitute against Newcastle United. He was again on loan for the remainder of the season.
In the 2013-14 season, Kane finally settled with the Spurs as he earned more playing time as a substitute. He scored his first Premier League goal in a 5-1 win over Sunderland on 7 April 2014, which was also his first Premier League start. He continued his goalscoring run throughout the season and into the 2014-15 season. This earned him a place as Premier League Player of the Month for January and February 2015, making him the fourth player to win the award in two consecutive months.
Harry Kane was the only striker at Tottenham Hotspurs to go into the 2015-16 season. He showed an impressive performance that earned him the award of 3rd Player of the Month in the Premier League in March 2016. He was also awarded the Premier League Golden Shoe when he helped his team reach 3rd place on the log, coupled with a decisive qualification for the Champions League. Kane maintained his top form in the 2016-17 season, finishing as top scorer of the season for which he was awarded the Golden Boot for the second year running. In the 2017-18 season, Harry Kane extended his scoring prowess beyond the Premier League to the whole of Europe. He was named Europe’s top scorer for 2017 when he was able to extend the seven-year dominance of Messi and C. Ronaldo.
Just like his club career, Harry Kane has been impressive for the English national team. He made his way through England’s U-17 and U-21 teams before advancing to the senior side. On 27 March 2015, Kane made his senior debut with a bang when he scored just 80 seconds after being substituted in a Euro 2016 qualifying match. He also proved crucial to the team’s successful Euro 2016 qualifying campaign and played a crucial role in their successful qualification for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
Is Harry Kane Married? Girlfriend
Tottenham star Harry Kane is not married at the moment. However, marriage is definitely part of his plans for the near future. The Tottenham striker is in a long-term relationship with his childhood sweetheart Katie Goodland. Goodland is a fitness trainer and has a degree in sports science.
The relationship between the two dates back to their school days and they have remained together through the football star’s steady rise to fame and glory. In June 2017, during a holiday in the Bahamas, Kane took her romance one level higher than the proposal to Goodland.
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Harry Kane and his long-time girlfriend Katie Goodland have 2 children together. On January 8, 2017, the couple welcomed their first child, a daughter named Ivy Jane Kane. In January 2018 the couple announced that there would be a further addition to the family as they were expecting a second daughter.
Height And Other Body Measurements
As a young player at Tottenham Hotspur Academy, Harry Kane had physical problems because he was not as developed as his teammates. He was known for being gangly, so he was slightly awkward on the pitch despite his great technique. Over the years, the English striker has built up the necessary muscles and now boasts a physique that can make even his fellow players green with envy.
The captain of the Three Lions, Harry Kane, stands at an impressive height of 188 cm (6 feet 2 inches) with an average weight of 86 kg (190 lbs). Through rigorous physical training, the Tottenham striker has been able to maximize this potential and become one of the sharpest strikers in Europe.