19 Facts About Bailey Peacock-Farrell


Bailey Peacock-Farrell was born on 29 October 1996 and is a professional footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for EFL Championship club Burnley.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell signed his first professional contract in June 2015 and made his first-team debut in April 2016.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell went on loan to National League North club York City in October 2017.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell signed for Premier League club Burnley in August 2019.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell started his career in Middlesbrough's youth system in 2006 before being released in 2013, when the club chose not to offer him a scholarship.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell joined Leeds United shortly after and signed his first professional contract with the club in June 2015.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell signed a new three-year contract at Leeds on 9 July 2017.

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Bailey Peacock-Farrell joined League One club Oldham Athletic on trial for the beginning of pre-season with the view to a season-long loan move, although Oldham decided not to take up the option.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell returned to pre-season with Leeds, competing with Andy Lonergan and Felix Wiedwald.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell made four appearances for York, in which he conceded nine goals, returning to Leeds once the loan expired.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell joined Swedish Superettan club Landskrona BoIS on a three-day trial in January 2018.


In June 2019, Bailey Peacock-Farrell revealed he had turned down the option of starting pre-season training a week later after featuring on international duty for Northern Ireland, in order to compete for the goalkeeping position with Casilla.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell had previously stated that he would be reluctant to sign a new contract with Leeds should he continue to be second choice in goal.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell was signed to provide competition with Joe Hart and Nick Pope after the departure of Tom Heaton.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell joined Sheffield Wednesday on 27 July 2021 on a season-long loan.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell would become the first ever goalkeeper for Sheffield Wednesday not to concede in the opening five games of the season, keeping clean sheets against Huddersfield Town, Charlton Athletic, Doncaster Rovers, Fleetwood Town and Rotherham United, including a spectacular penalty save in the later game.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell was called up to the Northern Ireland national team in May 2017 for a training camp.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell was called up the Northern Ireland U21 squad in March 2018 by manager Ian Baraclough for their matches against Spain and Iceland in 2019 UEFA European Under-21 Championship qualification.


Bailey Peacock-Farrell affirmed his wish to represent Northern Ireland, who had shown interest in him at an early stage.