Jake Livermore is an English professional footballer, born on 14 November 1989 in Enfield, England. He plays for Premier League club West Bromwich Albion and England.
Livermore is a defensive midfielder but can also play variety of positions like central midfield and centre back.
The Englishman is right footed and is very focused on his game. However he is not the best passer of the ball.
Livermore was born in London and was acquired his education at Enfield Grammar School.
In 2006, he spent majority of his career as a youth at Tottenham Hotspur’s academy and was sent out on loans to develop his game even further.
Livermore made his professional debut in February 2008 for Milton Keynes Dons against Chester City and won the match by one goal to nil.
Livermore’s international debut came on 15 August 2012 against Italy, where England on the match 2-1.
Rise to Glory
Jake was loaned off to several teams under Spurs for developing his game. He was loaned to Milton Keynes Dons, Crewe Alexandra, Derby County, Peterborough United, Ipswich Town, Leeds United and Hull City.
Before heading to Hull City, Jake spent the 2011-12 season with Spurs and played in their senior squad. In the UEFA Europa League qualifiers, he scored his first goal against Heart of Midlothian on 18 August 2011. He played 38 matches for the English side in all competitions that season.
Livermore spent the 2013-14 season with Hull City. His first goal for Hull came on 1 December, beating Liverpool in the FA Cup draw by 3-1.
Hull City advanced to the finals of FA Cup but unfortunately couldn't win it against Arsenal.
Jake made 36 appearances for Hull on loan but had joined permanently after the 2014 season. He played a total of 90 games for the English side and scored on 6 occasions.
On 20 January 2017, Livermore joined West Bromwich Albion for a transfer fee of £10 million. He had already played 46 games with the side.
Jake has 7 caps for England and was called for 2018 World Cup friendly match against Germany and also the qualifiers.