The Untold Love Story: Delving into the Private Life of Footballer Callum Wilson and His Unseen Wife

Happy marriage to his wife Stacey Wilson, Callum Wilson is an English professional football player who plays striker for both the England national team and Premier League side Newcastle United.

But the football player has been able to keep most of his marital life private, keeping his marriage to Stacey hidden from the public.

Callum, who is well-known in the sporting community, has chosen to keep a low profile when it comes to disclosing personal information on social media.

It’s interesting to note that he doesn’t have any Instagram photos or glimpses of his wife. The lack of information has further piqued fans’ interest because they want to get glimpses of the couple’s private moments together.

Nonetheless, it is known that, according to multiple accounts, Callum married Stacey when she was just 19 and he was 17.

Callum Wilson and his wife Stacey Wilson share two children

Son Oritse and daughter Orlagh are Callum and Stacey’s two children, albeit not much is known about them.

Callum, a football player who has achieved great success, credits his wife Stacey for contributing to his success on the field. Pressreader claims that she was instrumental in motivating him to adopt a healthy lifestyle by promoting the switch from fast food to salads.

In addition to offering dietary advice, Callum found that Stacey was a resolute advocate for his goals, especially his desire to play in the elite Premier League.

Callum’s background played a significant role in shaping his path to success. His mother raised six children alone when his father left, and he spent a portion of his early years in foster care.

Now that he is a father to son Oritse and daughter Orlagh, Callum discussed how becoming a parent has affected his own development, saying that it has forced him to “grow up.”

He highlights the transformational effect of family life on his viewpoint and priorities by emphasizing a dedication to caring for his children in a manner that is different from his own experiences.

Callum Wilson’s early life and career

Callum, an Irish and Jamaican professional football player, was born in Coventry on February 27, 1992. It was at the President Kennedy School in Coventry that he developed his football interest.

The 31-year-old player made his Coventry City first-team debut on August 12, 2009, marking the start of his professional football career.

He became well-known in March 2010 after agreeing to a professional contract with Coventry City. He was the first member of the Coventry City youth team to win the national apprentice of the month award.


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Callum’s big break came with Coventry City during the 2013–14 campaign, when he scored 22 goals to finish as League One’s third-highest scorer and won several awards, including League One Player of the Month and a spot in the League One PFA Team of the Year.

Likewise, he completed a huge transfer to AFC Bournemouth in July 2014 for an undisclosed sum thought to be in the region of £3 million. His influence was seen right away as he scored twice on his Premier League debut and was instrumental in Bournemouth’s promotion in his first campaign.

Nevertheless, he was supposed to miss six months after rupturing the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) in his right knee during a game against Stoke City on September 26, 2015.

Despite missing much of the previous season, he inked a new four-year contract in 2016 amid interest from West Ham United and Tottenham Hotspur.

He was supposed to be absent for roughly six months after rupturing his anterior cruciate ligament in his left knee on February 1, 2017. After being watched by West Ham and Chelsea, he inked a four-year contract extension in July 2019.

Callum Wilson currently plays for Newcastle United

On September 7, 2020, Callum signed a contract to play football with Newcastle United in the Premier League, beginning a new chapter in his career.

After being shrouded in mystery and with an undisclosed value, BBC Sport eventually made the deal public, revealing it to be for approximately £20 million, the third-highest amount Newcastle has ever paid for a player.

On September 12, 2020, he made his debut quickly and made history for the team by scoring the first goal in a thrilling 2-0 victory away against West Ham.


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In January 2021, Callum scored his 50th Premier League goal in a 2-0 victory over Everton, marking a momentous occasion. He had a setback, though, as a calf injury kept him out of commission from December 2021 to May of the next year.

Amazingly, with six goals this season, he remained the team’s top scorer even after his return.

He finished the 2022–2023 season with an incredible 18 goals, which ranked him fifth in the Premier League overall and as Newcastle’s top scorer. Newcastle United extended his contract through 2025.

Callum Wilson made international debut in 2014

In 2014, Callum made his debut on the international scene when he was called up for the first time to play for the England national under-21 team in friendlies against France and Portugal.

He made his lone debut on November 17, 2014, coming on as a 65th-minute replacement in a hard-fought 3-2 away loss to France.

In November 2018, he made even more progress as he was called up for the first time to the England senior team for a friendly match against the United States and a play in the UEFA Nations League against Croatia.


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On November 15, Callum made his debut at Wembley Stadium against the United States. It was a historic occasion as he became the first player from AFC Bournemouth to score for England and helped lead his team to a 3–0 triumph.

Callum’s outstanding performances throughout his three-year stint away from the national team paid off, and he was included in England’s 2022 FIFA World Cup roster.

He replaced Jack Grealish in the 76th minute of the first game against Iran, setting up England’s sixth goal in a commanding 6–2 victory.

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