Jarrod Bowen, the rising star in English football. Born on 20 December 1996, Bowen shone as a right winger or forward for West Ham in the Premier League. Bowen also represents the England national team.
Starting his journey at Hereford United, Bowen caught the eye of many, leading to his first-team debut at just 17 years old. A true prodigy, his skills landed him a spot at Hull City in the Premier League.
Hull City witnessed Bowen’s meteoric rise, with his knack for goals and exceptional performances. His prolific scoring made him a favourite among fans, clinching several Player of the Year awards.
In January 2020, West Ham United secured Bowen’s talent, a transfer that shook the football world. His impact was immediate, scoring in his debut and becoming a key player for the Hammers. Bowen’s excellence continued, making history as the first West Ham player since Paolo di Canio to hit double digits in goals and assists in a season. Because of his on pitch exploited Bowen became a firm favourite with the West Ham fans. As a result, several humorous terrace chants were created in his honour.
Jarrod Bowen the Euro hero
However, a European adventure beckoned, and Bowen rose to the occasion. Scoring in the Europa League and aiding West Ham in their quest for glory. His remarkable journey reached its pinnacle in the 2023 UEFA Europa Conference League final, where he secured a historic victory with a winning goal for West Ham, an achievement etching his name in English football history. As a result The Hammers lifted their first major trophy for 43 years.
On the international front, Bowen made his mark, earning a call-up for England and impressing in his debut against Hungary. His future is bright, and the footballing world eagerly awaits the continued rise of this remarkable talent.