What is Peter Crouch's net worth? Striker returns to our screens on Crouchy's Year-Late Euros

PETER CROUCH'S career has gone from strength to strength since retiring from football two years ago.

His media work combined with money earned through football means celebritynetworth.com estimate Crouch to be worth a WHOPPING £25million.

The 40-year-old 6-ft-7 former striker amassed an impressive 684 club appearances in a twenty year career as a professional.

He has also appeared at two World Cups (2006 and 2010) and at club level Crouch holds the record for the most headed goals in Premier League history, scoring 53 goals with his head.

In total Crouchy scored 108 goals in the Premier League, making him one of just 29 men in the Premier League hundred club.

Who did Peter Crouch play for?

  • 1998-2000 – Spurs (0 apps)
  • 2000 – Dulwich Hamlet (loan, 6 apps)
  • 2000 – IFK Hassleholm (loan, 8 apps)
  • 2000-2001 – QPR (42 apps)
  • 2001-2002 – Aston Villa (37 apps)
  • 2003 – Norwich (loan, 15 apps)
  • 2004-2005 – Southampton (27 apps)
  • 2005-2008 – Liverpool (85 apps)
  • 2008-2009 – Portsmouth (38 apps)
  • 2009-2011 – Spurs (73 apps)
  • 2011-2019 – Stoke (225 apps)
  • 2019 – Burnley (6 apps)
  • 2005-2010 – England (42 apps)

Who does Peter Crouch work for now?

  • BBC – podcast host and TV show host for Peter Crouch Save Our Summer and Crouchy's Year Late Euros
  • BT Sport – Pundit
  • Amazon Prime – Pundit

Has Peter Crouch ever won a trophy?

Peter Crouch's most successful period came under Rafa Benitez at Liverpool.

Crouch was part of the Liverpool side that won the FA Cup in 2006 and Community Shield in the same year, and was also a losing finalist in the 2007 Champions League final.

Crouch will return to TV screens again this summer as he hosts the show Crouchy's Year Late Euros alongside Maya Jama and Alex Horne that will air alongside BBC's live coverage of Euro 2020.

The trio team up again after appearing together last year on the BBC programme Peter Crouch: Save Our Summer.

The first show of this year's edition airs on BBC One June 11 after the tournament opener between Turkey and Italy.


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