Pictures of Peter Crouch’s girlfriend

Peter James is an English footballer who plays for English national team and Stoke City, scoring 22 goals for his nation in that time, and appearing at 2 World Cups.

Crouch was capped for the UK under-20 team at the FIFA World Youth Championship 1999, with team-mates including Matthew Etherington, Andrew Johnson, Ashley Cole and Stuart Taylor. Anyway, the team finished bottom at the group level, with 3 losses and having scored no goals. He was later a part of 21-under England team, which went to the final of the Under-21 European tournament in Switzerland in May 2002.

Peter Crouch's Girlfriend

On March 1, 2006 he achieved his 1st goal for England, the equaliser in 2-1 friendly victory against Uruguay. He did this whilst curiously wearing 2 different squad figures on his shirt. No 21 on the front and incorrect No 12 on the back.

On 12 June, crouch said he would do his robotic dance again only if UK were to win the World Cup, saying it is not a robotic dancing. It is about winning matches and scoring goals. It is vital time for everyone now.

Peter Crouch Girlfriend

On August 6 2007, Peter insisted that he would never the Robot dance against unless he achieved the UEFA tournament final League, but he incompletely reprised it on April 1, 2009 after scoring during England World Qualifier with Ukraine after a Comic Relief sketch.

Abbey Clancy and Crouch announced their engagement on July 15, 2009. Clancy and Crouch were married on June 30, 2011. Combine they have 2 daughters, Liberty Rose and Sophia Ruby.

Peter Crouch with Girlfriend

In 2012 August, Peter was found guilty of speeding in 2011 November and ordered to pay a charge of 1.000. On October 16, 2012 Peter was disqualified from driving for 6 months. Peter published his autobiography in 2007.

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By Matt

Matt is the owner and chief-editor of the Footy Blog, one of the UK's leading football news blogs.