- Position: Defender
- Date of Birth: 12/31/1997
- Pro Team: Bournemouth
- Height: 6'0"
- Weight: 175
- Caps: 8
Cameron Carter-Vickers has spent several seasons on loan to clubs in the Championship from parent club Spurs. That’s given him a unique experience having to work his way into squads in a variety of situations. His development as a top-level center back has benefitted from the kind of experience that only comes from loan deals. Since the 2017-18 season, he’s played for six Championship clubs. Currently with Bournemouth, he’s once again successfully inserted himself into a scenario.
Vickers started with the Spurs academy system in 2009. Though born in Southend-on-Sea, his father is an American citizen. By 2014, he was in the USMNT youth team setup. Carter-Vickers has appeared for the USMNT U-18s, U-20s, and U-23s, making his senior squad debut in 2017.
Carter-Vickers’s father Howard played major college basketball for Louisiana State University and was a first round draft pick in 1983. He played for the Denver Nuggets and Dallas Mavericks, moving to France to continue his professional basketball career in 1985.
2019: Subbed on against Jamaica on Jun 5.
2018: Started against Paraguay on Mar 27. Started against Ireland on June 2 and France on Jun 9. Started against Mexico on Sep 11. Started against Peru on Oct 16.
2017: Subbed on against Portugal on Nov 14.
2020-21: Loaned to Bournemouth, finishing 6th and exiting in the promotion playoffs.
2019-20: Played a dozen games on loan to Stoke City before a move to Luton Town where he had 16 appearances.
2018-19: Made 30 appearances on loan to Swansea City.
2017-18: Played 17 games on loan with Sheffield United, moved to Ipswich Town for the second-half of the Championship season playing in another 17 games.
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