Fikayo Tomori

Fikayo Tomori


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Fikayo Tomori is a Canadian-born England Professional footballer who plays for Chelsea and England National Football team. Tomori has represented both Canada and England at youth level. Mainly playing as a centre-back, Tomori can also play as a right-back

Tomori joined Chelsea at an under-8 level and progressed through the club's academy system. He was part of the Chelsea youth side which recorded back to back triumphs in both the UEFA Youth League and the FA Youth Cup in 2015 and 2016.

Tomori was named upon the first-team substitute bench along with fellow academy players Tammy Abraham and Kasey Palmer, in Chelsea's 1–1 draw with Liverpool.

However, he failed to make an appearance at Anfield. In 2016, Chelsea's final game of the 2015/16 campaign, Tomori made his professional debut in a 1–1 draw with Premier League champions Leicester City, replacing Branislav Ivanović in the 60th minute.

Although Tomori was included in the United States pre-season tour, he did not make a single appearance. Tomori signed a new four-year contract ahead of the 2016–17 campaign. He was handed the number 33 shirt prior to the season's beginning, switching from his previous number 43.

Tomori came on for Victor Moses in the first game of our Asian tour in 2017 and played at right wing-back. He was on the bench at the start of the season before switching to Hull for a loan on transfer deadline day.

Under the returning Frank Lampard and Jody Morris, Tomori was made a part of the senior squad at Chelsea.

He came on during the UEFA Super Cup loss in Istanbul and then made his full debut for the Blues in a 2-2 draw against Sheffield United at the Bridge, looking composed throughout. It was the start of 10 consecutive starts in the Premier League.

Tomori kept his place for the trip to Wolverhampton Wanderers and lit the game up with a stunning opening goal, his first for the club.

The ball ran to him a good 30 yards out and he whipped a controlled yet powerful strike into the top left-hand corner, setting us on our way to an impressive 5-2 win. It would later be voted as Chelsea Goal of the Season by fans.

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  • Date of Birth
    Dec 19, 1997
  • Position
  • Weight
    79 kg
  • Height
    1.85 m

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