Name
Freddie Woodman

Thumb

Image Source: Unknown report

User Rating
(0 users)

Complete
60%

Born
1997 (27 years old)

Birth Place
Croydon, England

Position
Goalkeeper

Status
Active

Ethnicity


Team Number
1

Height
1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)

Outfitter


Kit


Side


Agent


Market Value
Unknown

Wage Year



Player Cutout


Player Action Render


Sport
Soccer

Team
Preston

2nd Team


League
English League Championship

Creative Commons Artwork
No



Description
Available in:

Frederick John Woodman (born 4 March 1997) is an English professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for Preston North End.

Woodman started his career at Crystal Palace before moving to the academy set up at Newcastle United in 2013. Woodman has represented England up to U21 level. He has won the 2014 UEFA European Under-17 Football Championship and the 2017 FIFA U-20 World Cup with his country, receiving the Golden Glove award for best goalkeeper in the latter tournament.

On 16 September 2014, Woodman was sent on a month long loan to Hartlepool to gain experience of being in a first team environment. After six appearances as an unused substitute, Woodman returned to Newcastle.

In December 2014, an injury crisis at Newcastle led to speculation that Woodman might make his first team debut for Newcastle United in the Tyne and Wear derby against Sunderland. By the end of the season Woodman had established himself as the second choice keeper at Newcastle making a string of appearances on the bench.



Career Honours


Career Milestones


Former Youth Teams


Former Senior Teams


Former Club Staff


Contracts



Fanart


Banner
None Found...


Other Links