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Timeline of Phil Foden's career so far
⟶ Updated 7 Dec 2017 ⟶
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Philip William Foden was born in Stockport, England on 28 May 2000
Foden's football career started when he was 8 years-old when he joined Manchester City Under 9's
Foden signed his Manchester City Academy scholarship in July 2016 where he joined the Under 18's team
Pep Guardiola named Phil Foden in the first team squad for the final Champions League group stage game against Celtic. He did not play.
Foden joined the England squad for the European U17 Championships, scoring in the final as the Young Lions suffered a penalty defeat at the hands of Spain.
Foden competed in the FIFA U17 World Cup in India where he won the Golden Ball for the tournament's best player and helped England win the World Cup by scoring twice in a 5-2 victory over Spain.
Foden made his senior debut for City against Feyenoord in the Champions League, replacing Yaya Toure in the 75th-minute, becoming the Blues' youngest ever player to play in European competition in the process
Foden became the youngest Englishman to start a Champions League game when he was named in the starting 11 against Shakhtar in December 2017
Phil Foden was named rising star of the year at the annual North West Football awards
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