on loan from
Tottenham Hotspur (Premiership)
#27 | Defender
December 31, 1997 (Age: 22)
6' 0", 200 lbs (1.83 m, 91 kg)
Carter-Vickers joined Tottenham's academy when he was 11 years old after catching the attention of scouts.
After impressing in the youth ranks, head coach Mauricio Pochettino brought him up to the first team as he was named to the match day squad for their Europa League game against AS Monaco.
Pochettino has spoken highly of the defender and often included him among the substitutes during the Spurs' league campaign during the 2016-2017 season. He did play for the team during they run in the EFL Cup.
In August 2017, it was announced that Carter-Vickers would be sent out on loan to English Championship team Sheffield United. He would go on to play 17 games for the Blades and score one goal.
Spurs then decided to recall Carter-Vickers from his loan in what some perceived as a need for cover by team. However, on January 19, 2018, the team sent him back out on loan to another Championship team, Ipswich Town.
In August 2019, in the winding hours of Deadline Day in England, it was announce that Carter-Vickers was sent out on loan to Stoke City for the season.
Born in England to an English mother and an American father, Carter-Vickers has the choice to play for either country at the international level.
He has so far represented the United States at the Under-18, Under-20 and Under-23 levels.
It was reported in September 2016 that England were keeping tabs on Carter-Vickers. However, US Soccer were looking to quickly promote him to the senior team. In November 2016, he received his first call up to the US men's national team.