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|Full Name||Jake Liam Clarke-Salter|
|Date of Birth||22nd September 1997|
|Place of Birth||Carshalton, Surrey, England|
|Chelsea career||2006 -|
|Debut||2 April 2016|
|Games (goals)||2 (0)|
|Other clubs|| Bristol Rovers (loan)|
Jake Clarke-Salter is a defender currently playing for Chelsea.
Jake joined Chelsea as an Under-9.
Jake made his Under-18 debut in December 2013 whilst still an Under-16 and scored his first youth team goal two months later in a home match against Arsenal. His relatively late breakthrough into youth team football owed much to a long-term injury suffered a season earlier but he made up for lost time by slotting into the FA Youth Cup squad at the Semi Final stage and retaining his place at centre-back all the way to lifting the trophy.
He was named as Under-18 captain ahead of the 2014-15 campaign and played extremely well in the first half of the season, leading to a promotion to the Under-21 squad on a full-time basis. At the heart of the FA Youth Cup and 2014-15 UEFA Youth League successes, he earned rave reviews and joined the first team squad on a post-season tour of Thailand and Australia.
Andreas Christensen's departure on loan meant Jake was promoted to the first-team squad on a permanent basis in 2015-16 but he continued to feature extensively at youth level, captaining a victorious FA Youth Cup side to a third consecutive success and ensuring that he and Jay Dasilva became part of a select group of just seven players to ever win three Youth Cups. A second UEFA Youth League winners' medal also followed and his season was capped when he made his first-team debut away to Aston Villa in April 2016.
He joined Bristol Rovers on loan ahead of the 2016-17 season, featuring 13 times overall in a campaign where he missed five months through injury after suffering a broken arm and dislocated elbow in a match against Charlton Athletic in November 2016. He then spent the first half of the 2017-18 season at Chelsea, making just one League Cup appearance, before going to Sunderland on loan in January and enduring a tough spell with the eventually relegated Black Cats.
Jake has appeared at Under-18, Under-19 and Under-20 levels for England, including at the FIFA Under-20 World Cup in May 2017.
Youth and Development football
|Season||Under-18||Euro U19||Dev Squad||Total|
(Statistics accurate as of the end of the 2016-17 season)
Senior Club Football
|Season||Club||Prem||FA Cup||League Cup||Europe||Other||Total|
|2016-17||Bristol Rovers (loan)||12||1||1||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||13||1|
Correct as of 27 May 2018
- 2013-14 FA Youth Cup
- 2014-15 UEFA Youth League
- 2014-15 FA Youth Cup
- 2015-16 UEFA Youth League
- 2015-16 FA Youth Cup
- 2017 Under-20 World Cup (England)
- 2018 Toulon Tournament (England)
Jake signed a new contract in July 2018 and the deal is set to expire at the end of the 2021-22 season.1
|1 Kepa • 4 Badiashile • 5 Enzo • 6 Thiago Silva • 7 Kanté|
• 8 Kovacic • 9 Aubameyang • 10 Pulisic • 11 Joao Felix • 12 Loftus-Cheek • 13 Bettinelli
• 14 Chalobah • 15 Mudryk • 16 Mendy • 17 Sterling • 18 Broja • 19 Mount • 20 Zakaria
• 21 Chilwell • 22 Ziyech • 23 Gallagher • 24 James • 26 Koulibaly • 27 Datro Fofana • 28 Azpilicueta
• 29 Havertz• 30 Chukwuemeka • 31 Madueke • 32 Cucurella • 33 Fofana • 67 Hall
Manager: Mauricio Pochettino