Biography

Who is Tom Heaton? Bio, Net Worth 2022, Age, Parents, & Career

Facts of Tom Heaton
Full Name: Tom Heaton
Age: 36 Years old
Birthday: April 15, 1986
Nationality: English
Horoscope: Aries
Wife: Tom Heaton
Net Worth: $5 million
Profession: Footballer Player
Sibling: N/A
Father: Dennis Hamlin
Mother: Mary Lou Hamlin

Thomas David Heaton is an English professional footballer who spent a long time as a goalkeeper for the England junior national team and is now a member of the senior team. During his career, he has played for a number of well-known clubs, including Manchester United, Swindon Town, Royal Antwerp, Cardiff City, Rochdale, Queens Park Rangers, Wycombe Wanderers, and Bristol City.

Who is Tom Heaton?

Tom Heaton
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Heaton began his football career with Wrexham, where he played both in goal and in midfield, but after making 20 appearances for the Manchester United Under-17 team in the previous two seasons, he signed as a trainee for United on 8 July 2002.

What is Tom Heaton Net Worth?

Tom Heaton’s net worth is estimated to be $5 million as of 2021, primarily from his professional football career. He currently earns £42,000 per week from Aston Villa, with an annual salary of £2,184,000. Jack Grealish is the team’s highest-paid player.

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Furthermore, his previous club paid him £15,000 per week, for a total annual salary of £720,000. His market value was estimated to be €3.00 million as of December 19th, 2018. As of 2021, his market value is €1.8 million.

Who is Tom Heaton Wife?

Tom Heaton is a married man. He married his long-term girlfriend, Taralee Heaton. However, the couple has chosen to keep their personal relationship private. His wife frequently tweets pictures of herself and her husband.

Tom Heaton’s Career Line

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  • During the 2002–03 season, he became a regular in the Under-17 team and won the FA Youth Cup despite playing second fiddle to Luke Steele throughout the competition.
  • The following season, he made his debut in the reserve team, appearing in a 3–1 home win over Birmingham City in the Premier Reserve League on October 2, 2003. Senior career
  • Manchester United signed him as a professional player in 2003, with a contract that lasted until 2010. However, he spent the majority of his time on loan to other English Premier League clubs.
  • He was initially loaned to Wiltshire club Swindon Town. He appeared in over 20 games for the club and saved a penalty on his debut.
  • He was loaned to Royal Antwerp for the 2006 season but did not appear.
  • He joined Cardiff City the following season. He quickly became the club’s first-choice goalkeeper due to his sharp skills and dependable tactics, and he played 21 games.
  • Queens Park Rangers signed Heaton on an emergency three-month loan on August 15, 2009. He only appeared in one game, a 1-0 loss to Chelsea in the League Cup.
  • Heaton moved from QPR to Rochdale for the remainder of the 2009 season, where he made 14 appearances and conceded only 10 goals.
  • He appeared in 16 games for Wycombe Wanderers during the 2010 season.
  • Heaton returned to Cardiff City for a two-year contract after being released by Manchester United.
  • He was instrumental in many of the club’s victories, including crucial penalty heroics against Crystal Palace and Liverpool in the group stage and again in the League Cup semi-finals.
  • Heaton signed a one-year contract with Bristol City in 2012 and made his debut on August 18, 2012, in a 1–0 defeat away to Nottingham Forest.
  • Burnley offered him a two-year contract the following season. Due to his consistent improvement, he was named club captain for the 2015-16 season and was voted Burnley’s Players’ Player of the Year by his teammates.
  • He appeared in 169 games for the club and led them to promotion to the Premier League.
  • Heaton made his debut for the junior national team in 2001, appearing in four games.
  • He went on to play for England at various age levels before making the senior team.
  • In a friendly against Ireland, he made his senior debut. He also appeared in a UEFA Euro 2016 qualifying match against Slovenia, as well as a Euro 2016 warm-up match against Australia.