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Jack Waller

Defender - Senior Men

Player Profile

Nationality England
Position Defender
Debut 16 October 2018
Club Wimbledon
Date of Birth 28 January 1997
Age 27

Player Caps - 30 Eng

With maturity beyond his years, Jack has become a crucial component of the England and Great Britain teams since making his international debut in October 2018.

Just a few weeks later he helped England to a fourth-placed finish at the Men's Hockey World Cup and has barely missed a game since. That led to him featuring at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics and scoring his second international goal in the opening game against South Africa.

A versatile player capable of playing in defence or midfield, he is also a highly intelligent reader of the game and a natural leader too.

In the summer of 2022 he helped England win a superb Commonwealth Games bronze medal in front of a home crowd in Birmingham.

One of the first graduates of the GB Elite Development Programme (EDP), Jack also lists winning the 2018 BUCS Championship with Durham University – alongside fellow international Rhys Smith – as one of his proudest hockey achievements.

Updated 20/12/2022

Player Caps

Total Caps 112
England Caps 43
GB Caps 69

Player Goals

TOTAL GOALS 4
HOME GOALS 0
ENGLAND GOALS 0