[People Profile] All We Know About Cameron Robert Carter-Vickers Biography, Career, Family, Networth
Cameron Robert Carter-Vickers was born on the 31st of December, 1997, is an American professional soccer player who is a center-back with Scottish Premiership club Celtic. The player was raised in England to an American father, Carter-Vickers represent his country of the United States at the international stage.
Carter-Vickers made his debut with the Tottenham Hotspur Academy. His debut came during the 2016-17 season and played in cup tournaments. He played on loan with Championship teams Sheffield United, Ipswich Town, Swansea City, Stoke City, Luton Town, and Bournemouth. In the aftermath of winning the Scottish Premiership and Scottish League Cup on loan the club, he signed with Celtic in 2022.
Profiling Cameron " Robert " Carter-VickersA Quick Glance At Cameron " Robert " Carter-Vickers
|Full Names||Cameron " Robert " Carter-Vickers|
|Place of birth||Southend-on-Sea, England|
|Date Of Birth||December 31, 1997|
|State of Origin||Southend-on-Sea, England|
|Current team||Tottenham hotspur|
–2009 Catholic United
2009–2016 Tottenham Hotspur
2016–2022 Tottenham Hotspur
2017–2018 → Sheffield United
2018 → Ipswich Town (loan)
2018–2019 → Swansea City
2019–2020 → Stoke City (loan)
2020 → Luton Town (loan) 16
2020–2021 → AFC Bournemouth (loan)
2021–2022 → Celtic (loan)
2014 United States U18
2014–2017 United States U20
2014–2019 United States U23
2017– United States
|Salary||£20,000 per week|
|Net Worth||£5 Million .|
Carter-Vickers joined the academy program when she joined the academy system at Tottenham Hotspur at the age of 11 after catching the attention of scouts when an ten-year-old in the youth teams of Catholic United.
He was swiftly progressed through the academy and then under manager Mauricio Pochettino, he joined his first squad for matchdays with Ligue 1 team AS Monaco in the UEFA Europa League on December 10 the 10th of December, 2015. Carter-Vickers played in the 2016 International Champions Cup, making appearances in the matches against Juventus as well as Atletico Madrid. He was assigned the #38 for the 2016-17 campaign. On the 21st of September of 2016 the player made his first-team debut for Spurs at the end of round three of the EFL Cup against Gillingham in which Spurs defeated Gillingham by 5-0. The team also participated in the next round against Liverpool in which Spurs were defeated 2-1.He participated in 2 FA Cup matches in January 2017, the first with Aston Villa then Wycombe Wanderers.
Loans in England
Carter-Vickers signed a long-term loan contract with Sheffield United, who were promoted to Championship club Sheffield United on August 25 in 2017. In his debut and first league match of his career He scored the sole goal in the game with a strike in the 33rd minute of the match in the match against Bolton Wanderers. After playing in 18 games with Sheffield United and scoring one goal, Carter-Vickers was called up and then returned to Tottenham on January 15th, 2018.
On the 19th of January in 2018 Ipswich Town signed Carter-Vickers on loan until the final day this season. Carter-Vickers was made debut for Ipswich Town debut away to Bolton Wanderers on January 20 in 2018. Carter-Vickers featured 17 times in The Tractor Boys as they finished in the mid-table of 12th.
Swansea City signed Carter-Vickers on loan until the end of the season on the 25th of August 2018. At Swansea the club, he formed a team with Mike van der Hoorn at center back following the injury suffered by first-choice Joe Rodon. In all, he played 33 appearances across all games for Swansea which was impressive because of his ability to pass from the center-back position.
On August 8 the 8th of August, 2019, Carter-Vickers signed with Stoke City on loan for the 2019-20 season. He played 15 times before being sent back to Spurs in January 2nd, 2020 and was then transferred on a loan of six months for Luton Town four weeks later. Due to the fact that the season was prolonged by the COVID-19 outbreak, Carter Vickers contract with Luton was extended until it was over at the close of season.
Carter-Vickers joined Championship club AFC Bournemouth on a season-long loan on the 16th of October 2020. His first strike for Bournemouth in a 2-1 victory against Bristol City on March 3 2021.
Return to Tottenham
On the 19th of August 2021, 2021, Carter-Vickers got his debut Tottenham appearance since the 2017 season, beginning under the new director Nuno Espirito Santo. It was the club’s first UEFA Europa Conference League match which ended in a 1-0 defeat in Pacos in Ferreira.
In August of 2021 Carter-Vickers was signed by Scottish Premiership side Celtic until the closing at the end of 2021-22. He scored on debut by scoring a deflected goal in the outside of the field during a 3-0 win against Ross County on September He played 45 matches in all competitions while Celtic won both the Scottish League Cup and Premiership.
On the 10th of June 2022, Carter-Vickers was signed by Celtic permanently for four-year agreement for an unspecified amount, believed to be in the region of PS6 million. The transfer will become effective in the summer window for transfers that officially starts on July 1, 2022.
The summer of 2014 saw Carter-Vickers performing for Tottenham‘s Academy team during the IMG Cup in Bradenton, Florida and they beat the United States under-17 team 5-3. In the course of the match he was the focus of American coaches who had been informed that he was eligible for the United States passport, as his father is an American citizen.
Carter-Vickers played for in the United States for the first time as an under-18 player in August of 2014, and, by the time of October of that year, he was part of the United States under-23 team. He was a member of his country in United States at the 2015 FIFA U-20 World Cup and played in a number of games, despite being just 17 years old at the time. The team was eliminated in the quarter finals by Serbia in the quarter-finals.
In September of 2016 it was reported by the English FA had made inquiries concerning Carter-Vickers. The United States were prepared to quickly integrate the player to their senior team. On the 10th of October, 2016 Carter-Vickers was captain of the United States under-20 team in the 2-0 loss to England.
On the 6th of November in 2016, Carter-Vickers got his first call-up in the senior United States squad. He made his first senior appearance on the 14th of November 2017 in a friendly game as a substitute at half-time in the 1-1 draw against Portugal.