Leighton Baines

Leighton Baines is a former England international left-back who plays for Everton. Born on December 11, 1984, Baines swapped the youth set-up at Everton for Wigan Athletic as a teenager and made his senior debut aged 17. Known for his expert set-piece delivery, Baines made more than 150 appearances during five years in the Latics’ first-team, in which time he won the Second Division title in 2003 and was promoted to the Premier League in 2005.

Baines also pocketed a League Cup runners-up medal before joining Everton in August 2007 for £6million. He has made more than 300 Everton appearances and in that time has played in the 2009 FA Cup final and made the PFA Team of the Year in 2011 and 2012. Baines has represented England at youth and senior level and made the squads for UEFA Euro 2012 and the 2014 FIFA World Cup, where he played twice.

 Position:
Left-back
  Country:
England
  Age:
35
  Birth Place:
Kirkby
  Preferred Foot:
Left

Leighton Baines

 Position:
Left-back
  Country:
England
  Age:
35
  Birth Place:
Kirkby
  Preferred Foot:
Left

Leighton Baines is a former England international left-back who plays for Everton. Born on December 11, 1984, Baines swapped the youth set-up at Everton for Wigan Athletic as a teenager and made his senior debut aged 17. Known for his expert set-piece delivery, Baines made more than 150 appearances during five years in the Latics’ first-team, in which time he won the Second Division title in 2003 and was promoted to the Premier League in 2005.

Baines also pocketed a League Cup runners-up medal before joining Everton in August 2007 for £6million. He has made more than 300 Everton appearances and in that time has played in the 2009 FA Cup final and made the PFA Team of the Year in 2011 and 2012. Baines has represented England at youth and senior level and made the squads for UEFA Euro 2012 and the 2014 FIFA World Cup, where he played twice.