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Thu 10 June 2021 | 18:00

Want to know what’s going on in Joe Willock’s life? Start reading our Top Facts about Joe Willock.

Joe Willock's top facts include information on his childhood, early life, parents, family, girlfriend/wife-to-be, lifestyle, net worth, and personal life.

In a summary, we offer you the background on the Football Genius known by the nickname "Joe." Sportmob follows him from his early days in soccer to his current status.

Everyone knows he's one of those bright young boys with a promising future. Just a few people, however, know Joe Willock's top facts, which is very fascinating.

Top Facts about Joe Willock you need to know

Before we get into the details, let’s have a look at some general info about Joe.

Quick Facts

  • Full Name:

     Joseph George Willock

  • Nicknames:


  • Date of Birth:

     20 August 1999

  • Place of Birth:

     Waltham Forest, England

  • Age:


  • Nationality:


  • Height:

     6 ft 1 in (1.86 m)

  • Weight:

     71 kg

  • Marital Status:


  • Girlfriend: 


  • Net Worth: 

    600.000 Euro (540.000 Pound)

  • Position:


  • Current Team:

     Newcastle United (on loan from Arsenal)

  • Jersey Number:


Joe Willock Early Life and Family Background

Joseph George Willock was born in the London Borough of Waltham Forest, United Kingdom, on August 20, 1999.

Willock was the third and youngest child of his parents, a beautiful mother, and a handsome look-alike father named Charles.

One of the

Top Facts about Joe Willock

is that doctors noticed a leg length discrepancy in Joe Willock after his birth, according to The Sun UK.

That is, one of his legs was shorter than the other. Joe had to overcome both physical and emotional difficulties as a result of this impairment in his early years.

This has hampered his pace to this stage and is one of the reasons he isn't the best sprinter.

Joe Willock's family is of Afro-Caribbean origin, despite the fact that he was born in England.

Their ancestors came from Montserratian, a British Overseas Territory, and Caribbean Island.

Montserratian was severely disrupted by volcanic eruptions in the mid-1990s.

Volcanic eruptions forced two-thirds of the island's population to evacuate, mostly to the United Kingdom, between 1995 and 2000.

Joe Willock's parents may or may not have been among those who fled to the United Kingdom before their son was born in 1999.

Joe Willock and his two brothers, Matty and Chris, grew up in Waltham Forest.

His family home, which was situated in the North East of London at the time, was not far from Arsenal's former stadium, Highbury.

This close proximity resulted in the creation of a football-crazed family.

Because of their love for the game, all three boys (Matty, Chris, and Joe) decided that they wanted to be professional football players when they grew up.

Joe Willock came from a below-average family, another one of the Top Facts about Joe Willock.

His mother and father were both poor, and they struggled to keep their families afloat. Charles and his wife once quit their jobs in order to see their children succeed.

Joe Willock Education and Career Development

Charles Willock, a football fanatic and the driving force behind his family's trade, set out on a mission to turn his three sons into footballers.

Charles instilled in Joe and his brothers the importance of never backing down from a challenge by taking them to various football parks for training and competitions.

He shaped his sons' lives and did all he could to ensure that they passed trials with top football academies, one of the Top Facts about Joe Willock.

The fortunate father saw his vision of his children exercising as he desired.

His first son, Matty, was the first to be called up for

Arsenal academy

trials, followed by Chris and Joe Willock.

Joe Willock Career Kick-Off

Joe Willock's love of football led to him signing his first deal with Arsenal when he was four years old.

It was all about ensuring that at least one of his sons made it to the first team for his serious-looking father Charles.

Matty, Chris, and Joe, the three brothers, all made it to the Gunners.

They aspired to be the first trio of brothers to play together in the

Premier League


Another one of the Top Facts about Joe Willock is that his father, Charles, quit his job to not only accompany his sons to the academy but also to assist them in managing their blossoming football careers.

As Joe Willock once put it;


All three Willock brothers advanced through the age groups until something unexpected happened to one and then two of them.

Joe Willock Path to Prominence

During their early years with Arsenal, things did not always go well for the Willock brothers.

Matty, Joe's brother, was released at the age of 15 due to poor performance.

Chris, on the other hand, chose to quit in 2017 to pursue his career in Portugal.

Joe Willock was the only one who had survived, one of the Top Facts about Joe Willock.

Speaking about the experience, he once said;




When Joe's older brother Chris left for


, it was very difficult for him to accept.

Since they were born, the two brothers who were the closest had always been together.

“We had always shared the same bedroom. This explains our closeness.

When Chris left, it felt like a piece of me had left our family household” said Joe Willock who struggled with his football during those moments.

Joe Willock Ascend to Prominence

Joe Willock eventually moved on after realizing that breaking into the first team was his main goal.

Just before the end of his youth career, he had his first sporting success.

He assisted his U17 teammates in winning The Future Cup at this time.

Joe Willock was called up to the


senior team in 2017.

He won his first medal that year (the 2017 FA Community Shield) despite not participating in the competition.

Joe Willock's most memorable moment in an Arsenal shirt came in the Europa League final in May of that year when he came in to replace the underperforming Mesut Ozil.

Arsenal fans were ecstatic to see him break into the first team, and they were eager to see him become a regular, one of the Top Facts about Joe Willock.

On April 15, 2018, Willock made his Premier League debut against

Newcastle United


On November 29, 2018, he netted his first senior goal in a 3–0 UEFA Europa League victory over Vorskla Poltava.

On 5 January 2019, he scored his first brace in a 3–0 FA Cup win away at Blackpool.

Rather than weaken, the midfielder grew stronger with each passing game.

During the 2019 International Champions Cup, Joe Willock had another standout performance.

He put in a fantastic performance this time against Bayern midfielders.

Willock used this match to prove to his supporters that he was capable of competing against the best.

Joe Willock's rapid rise with Arsenal continued at the start of the 2019/2010 season.

He envisioned himself as one of the club's hottest midfield prospects, a feat that secured him a long-term deal with the club.

Another one of the Top Facts about Joe Willock is that Willock was revealed to have signed a new long-term deal with Arsenal on September 12, 2019.

On September 19, 2019, he scored a deflected effort to open the scoring in Arsenal's 3–0 win over

Eintracht Frankfurt

in the first matchday of the 2019–20 UEFA Europa League.

Willock made his Emirates Stadium debut on September 24, 2019, when he produced Arsenal's third goal in a 5–0 EFL Cup win over Nottingham Forest, which was set up by Hector Bellerin.

In a 2-0 victory over


on June 25, 2020, he scored his first Premier League goal.

Willock joined Newcastle United on loan for the remainder of the 2020–21 season on February 1, 2021.

On his Newcastle debut against Southampton on February 6, Willock scored in the 16th minute.

In the 2014 Victory Shield, Willock scored for England's under-16 team against



He also played for England's under-19 side but was one of a number of players cut from their club's squad for the 2018 UEFA European Under-19 Championship.

Willock scored the winning goals in games against Italy and Germany for England's under-20 team in the 2018–19 Under 20 Elite League.

At the 2019 Toulon Tournament, Willock was a part of an England Under-20 team that lost in the group stage to Portugal and Chile.

Willock was named to

England's under-21 squad

for the first time on August 30, 2019, but was forced to withdraw due to injury.

In a 2–2 draw with Slovenia in Maribor on October 11, 2019, he made his U21 debut.

Joe Willock Love Life

With his rise to prominence, it's likely that many of his fans have wondered, "Who is Joe Willock's Girlfriend?"

His cute looks would make him a charming vine to ladies, there is no debating that.

At the time of publishing, Joe Willock seems to have chosen to concentrate on his career over finding a girlfriend or wife.

However, there is a story that he had a girlfriend in the past.

Joe Willock was once accused of following in the footsteps of former Arsenal bad boy Ashley Cole by hitting it off with the ace's ex-girlfriend, according to TheSun.

Fans perceived Joe to be developing a bad-boy persona off the field as a result of his behavior, one of the

Top Facts about Joe Willock.

Joe Willock allegedly invited her to London, purchased her Eurostar tickets, and took her to an exclusive nightclub where they both enjoyed drinks worth £2,500, according to TheSun.

Following that, Joe and his girlfriend headed to a rented Kensington apartment where they spent the night together, and he was photographed smoking hi*py cr*ck there.

Joe Willock Net Worth and LifeStyle

Understanding Joe Willock's personality will allow you to form a more full image of him.

Joe, despite his simple appearance, is someone who invests a great deal of energy in his attempt to accomplish almost everything he sets his mind to in any field of life.

Joe Willock also seems to be a changed individual, one who, due to his moral convictions, seems to be on the road to righteousness.

Joe Willock has no trouble deciding between practicality and pleasure because he knows how to keep his finances in order.

Joe does not live a lavish lifestyle surrounded by a slew of luxury cars, thanks to a solid foundation provided by his parents.

The central midfielder signed a contract with Arsenal in January 2017 that pays him a staggering 600.000 Euro (540.000 Pound) per year.

According to our calculations, he receives €1,639 (£1,471) a day and €68 (£61) per hour!

This means that the average British person will have to work for at least a year to earn the same amount as Joe does in a month, one of the

Top Facts about Joe Willock.

His market value is projected to be 2 million Euros based on his abilities, age, and potential (1.7 Million Pound).

He is becoming a more important member of the first team and is one of England's most talented midfielders.

Joe has just recently signed his first professional contract and must therefore prove himself.

He signed a long-term deal with Arsenal in January 2017, tying him to the club until 2021.

He currently has a NetWorth of 600.000 Euros (540.000 Pound).

Joe Willock Family

Without a doubt, the Willocks are one of the few prominent football families that came from modest beginnings.

We've included some additional details about each family member here.

Joe Willock Father

We're all aware of Charles' efforts to ensure that his sons become professionals, implying that he serves as their manager.

According to Tribal Football, Charles Willock also works as a football analyst and has a subscription to Wyscout, a football website that provides him with interactive data and analysis from over 1,000 clubs.

This website helps him to keep track of his sons' games as well as other aspects of the football industry.

“He looks at all our games and every individual clip over and over again,” said Joe Willock

Joe Willock Mother

Nothing is known about Joe's mother, who is believed to lead a quiet life.

This doesn't stop her youngest son, Joe, from publicly thanking her with a sweet post on Instagram, which reads:

“Mama, this was for all the time I saw you work that late shift, and the time you used to NOT eat so I could eat.

The times you used to sing to me to fall asleep in your arms after which you came back from work. I love you Mama. Happy Birthday!!”

Joe Willock Brothers

Matty and Chris Willock, Willock's two brothers, did not leave Arsenal without joining better clubs.

When Matty was released at the age of 15, he was fortunate enough to pass trials with Manchester United before joining Gillingham.

Chris, on the other hand, chose Benfica after moving to Lisbon from London.

Joe Willock Undisclosed Data

The information about Joe that are generally unknown to the fans

The Brothers Once Lived their Fantasy

In a Premier League match, all three brothers once played together, one of the Top Facts about Joe Willock.

Despite their varying ages, the three did appear in one Premier League 2 match.

Matty was a Red Devils player, and the youngest (Joe Willock) came off the bench to play alongside his brother Chris in a Premier League 2 match in May 2017.

The Wizard of Oz

Some fans refer to him as the Wizard of Oz because he, along with Dani Ceballos, is one of the midfielders who is willing to unseat Mesut Ozil as a first-team player.

Due to competition for his place, Ozil had to look over his shoulder on many occasions.

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