Will Alves

Will Alves – Early Life and Professional Football Career

This article explores the personal life, educational background, and career of Will Alves, an English professional footballer.


  • Born in Leicester, England, on May 4, 2005
  • Attended Brookvale Groby Learning Campus, Groby, England
  • A midfielder for Leicester City Football Club

Read on as we tell the story of Will Alves.

Who Is Will Alves?

Will Alves, whose real name is William Thomas Alves, is an English footballer who presently plays for Leicester City FC. He is a midfielder, playing with the jersey ‘#57’ and has appeared in several football games internationally.

Will Alves

Personal Life (Early/recent)

William Alves is of Portuguese descent. He attended Brookvale Groby Learning Campus in Groby, England. There is limited Information about his early life, family marital status, and whether he enrolled in a higher education institution. We’ll provide more information when we get more findings.


Will won the Match Of The Day ‘Can You Kick It’ competition in 2018, while studying at Brookvale Groby Learning Campus. He was in Year Nine at this time. Since then, he has become more passionate about football.

On January 8, 2022, he made his first appearance in a professional football game as a substitute player for Ademola Lookman. He joined in the 86th minute, playing for Leicester City against Watford Football Club. It was an FA Cup, and his team already won 4–1.

Will Alves

In February 2022, Will Alves played for the England under-17 team in a football match against Scotland. After this very game, he represented the team in three other football matches. 

On September 21, 2022, he made his debut with the England National Under-18 football team. He started as a substitute player during a game with the Netherlands at the Pinatar Arena, San Pedro del Pinatar, Murcia, Spain. After the football match, he had two other appearances with the team.

Barely three months later, he sustained an Anterior Cruciate Ligament injury on December 21, 2022, where his ACL was torn during a FA Youth Cup game between his club, Leicester City and Wolverhampton Wanderers FC. It happened in the second half of extra time.

The injury led to a public outcry, as it resulted from a foul by Caden Voice, an English footballer. Caden attempted an unacceptable tackle that caused the injury, which was quite severe.

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