14 Facts About Angus Gunn


Angus Fraser James Gunn was born on 22 January 1996 and is a professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for EFL Championship club Norwich City and the Scotland national team.


Angus Gunn has represented England at under-21 level but declared for Scotland in March 2023 and made his senior debut later that month.


Angus Gunn was born in Norwich, Norfolk, to Norwich City's former goalkeeper and manager Bryan and artist Susan Angus Gunn.


Angus Gunn's father is originally from Thurso, Caithness, in the far north of Scotland.


Angus Gunn attended Alpington Primary School and Framingham Earl High School.


Angus Gunn signed a three-year professional contract in June 2013.


Angus Gunn made his first-team debut in Norwich's first match of the season, away to Fulham.

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Angus Gunn made his debut on 27 October 2020 against Swansea City coming on as a half time substitute for the injured Adam Davies.


Angus Gunn kept his place for the next three matches before he suffered an ankle injury.


Angus Gunn made 15 appearances for Stoke until his season was ended by a foot injury in April 2021.


On 23 June 2021, Angus Gunn made a permanent return to Norwich City, for an undisclosed fee.


Angus Gunn received his first call up to the England national team in November 2017 for a friendly match against Brazil, after Jack Butland withdrew from the squad with an injury.


In March 2018, Angus Gunn was offered the opportunity by Scotland manager Alex McLeish to switch allegiances to Scotland, but decided to stay with the England national team, and was called up by Gareth Southgate to their training camp ahead of the 2018 FIFA World Cup.


Angus Gunn switched his international allegiance to Scotland in March 2023, and he was selected in their squad for UEFA Euro 2024 qualifying matches that month.