|Bradley Dack Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 9 in|
|Date of Birth||December 31, 1993|
Bradley Dack is an English professional soccer player who has represented, as a midfielder, Gillingham F.C. (2012-2017) and Blackburn Rovers F.C. (2017-Present) in England. In 2013, he had also spent a brief loan spell with the semi-professional English soccer club Braintree Town F.C. With Gillingham F.C., he won the EFL League Two (the 4th tier overall in the English soccer league system) title in the 2012-13 season. It was the club’s 2nd such divisional title and earned it a promotion to the EFL League One (the 3rd tier overall in the English soccer league system). Gillingham F.C. managed to maintain its place in the EFL League One until Bradley’s departure after the 2016-17 season. Bradley was named Gillingham F.C.‘s ‘Young Player of the Season’ in the 2012-13, 2014-15, 2015-16, and 2016-17 seasons. In the 2015-16 season, he was Gillingham F.C.‘s top goalscorer, with 15 goals in 44 appearances across all competitions, and was named the club’s ‘Player of the Season’. With Blackburn Rovers F.C., he finished as the runner-up in the EFL League One in the 2017-18 season (his first season with the club) and earned a promotion to the EFL Championship (the 2nd-highest division overall in the English soccer league system, just behind the Premier League). Bradley was the club’s top goalscorer that season, with 18 goals in 42 league appearances, and was named Blackburn Rovers F.C.‘s ‘Player of the Season’. In the following (2018-19) season, he competed in the EFL Championship for the first time in his career. Despite the step up in level, he again finished as the club’s top goalscorer, with 18 goals to his name across all competitions, 15 of which came in the EFL Championship.
Bradley Paul Dack
Greenwich, London, England, United Kingdom
Cheshire, England, United Kingdom
Bradley had attended the Beths Grammar School, an all-boys school with academy status (directly funded by the Department for Education and independent of local authority control), situated in Bexley, London.
Professional Soccer Player
- Mother – Deb Dack
- 18, 15, 23 – Gillingham F.C.
- 29 – Braintree Town F.C.
- 23 – Blackburn Rovers F.C.
5 ft 9 in or 175 cm
69 kg or 152 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Bradley has dated –
- Olivia Attwood (2018-Present) – Bradley began dating English TV personality, presenter, and model Olivia Attwood in 2018. The couple got engaged on October 12, 2019. In June 2023, they got married in London.
Race / Ethnicity
He is of British descent.
- Toned physique
- Overgrown, neck-length hair
- Affable smile
- Sports a thick beard
Bradley Dack Facts
- Bradley’s youth career started in 2005 when, as a 12-year-old, he joined Charlton Athletic F.C., an English professional soccer club based in Charlton, south-east London.
- Before committing to soccer, he had undertaken trials for Kent County Cricket Club, one of the 18 first-class county clubs within the domestic cricket structure of England and Wales.
- In 2007, Bradley briefly joined the youth team of Corinthian F.C., an amateur soccer club based in Fawkham, a village and civil parish in the Sevenoaks District of Kent.
- Later in 2007, he joined the youth academy of Gillingham F.C., a professional soccer club based in Gillingham, Kent. He was a part of the academy until 2012 when he was promoted to the club’s senior team.
- For his performances in the 2015-16 and 2017-18 seasons, Bradley was included in the ‘EFL Team of the Season’. The EFL (English Football League) system includes the EFL Championship, the EFL League One, and the EFL League Two – the 2nd-highest, the 3rd-highest, and the 4th-highest divisions, respectively in the English soccer league system.
- In both those seasons, he was also named the ‘EFL League One Player of the Year’ and was included in the ‘PFA (Professional Footballers’ Association) EFL League One Team of the Year’. In the latter season, Bradley was named the ‘PFA Fans’ EFL League One Player of the Year’. The PFA is the trade union for professional soccer players in England and Wales. Founded in 1907, it is the world’s oldest professional sport trade union.
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