Kyle Walker was born in Sheffield, England on May 28, 1990. For the sake of a coach Paul Archer, he became a member of the boyhood club Sheffield United. In 2008, there was an opportunity for him to experience the first team’s match on one-month loan. For extension of his loan, he participated in nine competitions for the Cobblers. After return to the Sheffield United, he accomplished his first appearance in a third round against Leyton Orient.
After distinguished achievements in competitions, he claimed a place in the Sheffield United, reaching the play-offs finally and catching attentions from football lovers and most spectators. In 2009, he, along with once team mate – Kyle Naughton, transferred to the Tottenham Hotspur for a sky-rise transfer fee. He was loaned to many football clubs for injuries or other reasons. After long-term loan and rushing there and where, he agreed a five-year agreement with Tottenham’s Premier League rivals Manchester City. Besides, he capped for the England national football team for several times, helping the team in many competitions.