Calum Chambers is an English defender who currently plays for Premier League giants, Arsenal.
He joined Southampton at the age of seven, his debut for the Saints was in a 4–1 victory over Stevenage in 2012. one-year later Calum signed a new four-year contract with the Saints.
Chambers has played 22 Premier League games were in the league, before leaving in the summer of 2014.
Arsenal in 2014 announced the signing of Callum Chambers for an undisclosed fee, rising to a possible £16m with performance-related add-ons.
In August, the English full-back who is capable to play as a centre-back played his first Premier League match for the London win against Crystal Palace. Chambers scored the first goal for Arsenal on 1 November as the Gunners beat Burnley 3–0 in the English top-tier.
In summer 2016, Calum Chamber joined fellow Premier League team Middlesbrough on a season-long loan. In the summer, the English defender signed with fellow Premier League team Fulham on a season-long loan.
After Fulham’s exit from the Premier League, Calum arrived back at Arsenal ahead of the 2019–20 season.
What is Calum Chambers’ international career like?
Calum Chambers made his debut for England U17 side on 2 February with Portugal. In March, Chambers played in all three of England’s games in the 2012 UEFA European U17 Championship elite round, where he has scored only goals against Ukraine.
In September 2012, Arsenal versatile defender made the step up to the England U19 side, playing in a 3–0 victory over the Estonia U19 team in the 2013 UEFA European U-19 Championship qualifying round.
In summer 2014, Chambers was named in the senior Three Lions squad for the first time, ahead of a friendly with Norway and a Euro 2016 qualification game with Switzerland in September. Calum played his debut game with Norway on 3 September.
The English versatile defender then dropped back down to the U21 side in March 2015 and made his debut in a 1–0 victory over the Czech Republic in Prague.
In summer 2017, Chambers was called up to England for the 2017 UEFA European U-21 Championship held in Poland.
The Englishman went on to play in the semi-final of the competition, where England went out on penalties to Germany.