|Spouse/Ex-||Abbey Clancy (m. 2011)|
|Children(s)||Liberty Rose Crouch, Sophia Ruby Crouch|
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This hugely popular former Liverpool, Spurs, Stoke and England footballer called time on his playing career in July 2019 and joined Gabby Logan and John Bishop in hosting 'Back of the Net'. He finished his playing career at the highest level, rising from humble beginnings in non-league football before going on to play for many different teams around the country in the Premier League.
In fact, he played for 14 teams in a career that lasted 19 years, scoring 108 goals in the Premier League which puts him in an elite bracket of strikers to have broken the 100+ mark. In 2017, he broke Alan Shearer's record for most headed goals in Premier League history.
Peter started his career as a trainee at Tottenham Hotspur before going out on loan to teams such as Dulwich Hamlet and IFK Hässleholm (in Sweden) before signing permanently for QPR in July 2000. After a one-year stint with The Hoops he played for various other teams such as Portsmouth, Aston Villa and Norwich before finally making a name for himself at Southampton in the 2004-05 season where he scored 12 goals in 18 starts. That quickly caught the eye of one of the most prestigious clubs in world football - Liverpool FC.
Although his first 22 games passed without him scoring a goal, he finally grabbed his first for the club against Wigan Athletic and went on to score a total of 42 goals across all competitions for Liverpool in a 3-year spell in which he helped win the FA Cup and the FA Community Shield.
He played for England 42 times, scoring a remarkable 22 goals which gives him one of the best goals-per-game ratios of any England striker in history.
Since hanging up his boots, he has been involved in several successful media ventures including: 'Back of the Net', punditry, 'That Peter Crouch Podcast', has authored two books and has a Ted Baker clothing line.