Tyrone Mings, born 13 March 1993, is an English professional footballer who plays for Premier League club Aston Villa as well as the England national team. Mings had previously spent eight years at the Southampton academy. In 2012, he joined Chippenham Town of the Southern League Premier Division.
He joined AFC Bournemouth and made his Premier League debut in 2015. In January 2019, he joined Aston Villa on loan, where he helped the team gain promotion to the Premier League via the Championship play-offs. Mings joined Aston Villa on a permanent basis in July 2019. Tyrone Mings was called up to the national England squad for the first time in August 2019. Mings was named to England’s team for the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament in June 2021.
Tyrone Mings Bio/Wiki
Tyrone Deon Mings
29 years (as in 2022)
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Date of Birth
March 13, 1993
Tyrone Mings with his parents Dawn and Adie
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Millfield School, Somerset
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He stamped on Zlatan Ibrahimović due to which he had to face a five match ban.
On March 13, 1993, Tyrone Deon Mings was born. He is an English professional footballer who plays for Premier League club Aston Villa and the England national team as a centre-back.
Mings was born in Bath, Avon. Mings joined Southampton as an eight-year-old in 2001, but was released in 2009 after the youth fund was cut. Following his departure from Southampton, he attended Millfield School in Somerset for two years on a football scholarship.
He then joined non-league Yate Town in Gloucestershire. In the summer of 2012, he pondered retiring from football before signing with Chippenham Town of the Southern League Premier Division, representing the town where he grew up. Tyrone Mings worked as a bartender and a mortgage counsellor in addition to his non-league profession.
He began his career in non-league football with Yate Town after spending eight years in the Southampton system. In 2012, he joined Chippenham Town of the Southern League Premier Division.
Tyrone Mings joined Ipswich Town in December 2012 and made his Football League debut on the season’s last day. He stayed at Ipswich for two more seasons before joining AFC Bournemouth in 2015, where he made his Premier League debut in August 2015.
In January 2019, he joined Aston Villa on loan for the remainder of the 2018–19 season, helping the team earn promotion to the Premier League via the Championship play-offs. Mings joined Aston Villa on a permanent basis in July 2019.
Tyrone Mings celebrating with his teammates
Tyrone Mings was called up to the national England squad for the first time in August 2019. In October 2019, he made his senior debut. Mings was named to England’s team for the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament in June 2021.
Off the pitch activities
Off the pitch, Mings was lauded by Ipswich Town’s Supporters’ Club for his philanthropic activities. He spent Christmas Day 2013 feeding the needy. When Ipswich gave him the number three shirt at the start of the 2014–15 season, he replaced the shirts of supporters who had already purchased ones with his former number on the back.
Tyrone established his own young football academy, The Tyrone Mings Academy, in Birmingham, England. It is intended for youngsters ages 6 to 16. He has a commercial involvement in a Bournemouth interior design firm outside of sport.
Tyrone Mings Net Worth
Mings has been a consistent performer for whichever team he has played. Thus, he is rated highly as a defender in the English football circuit. With his international debut, his stocks have gone up. Thus, his current market value is at an all time high of about 32.6 Million Euros. His net worth stands at about 8 Million Euros, up to 1 Million Euros from last year. Aston Villa pays him a handsome 4.8 Million Euros per annum.
Mings joined Ipswich Town in December 2012 following a brief trial for a price of £10,000 and an agreement for Ipswich to play a pre-season friendly against Chippenham. Mings made his debut for Ipswich on the last day of the 2012–13 season against Burnley on 4 May 2013.
He began the 2013–14 season as the backup left-back to Aaron Cresswell, however he did start the season opener owing to Cresswell’s suspension. Mings began an FA Cup match against Preston North End as right-back instead of his customary left-back position on January 4, 2014. During the season, he made 18 appearances, including 6 starts and 12 substitute appearances.
Tyrone Mings was given the number 3 shirt after Aaron Cresswell moved to West Ham United in July 2014. As a result, Mings offered to buy new jerseys for two admirers who had purchased shirts with his former number 15 written on the back.
Mings was the target of a £3 million bid from Crystal Palace on transfer deadline day in August 2014, which Ipswich rejected. He signed a new three-year deal with Ipswich Town on September 20, 2014.
Tyrone Mings began the 2014–15 season as the starting left-back, making his debut in a 2–1 win over Fulham on the first day of the season. Throughout the season, he was an important member of the team.
Tyrone Mings playing for Ipswich Town
He was named Championship Player of the Month for September on October 10, 2014. On February 24, 2015, he scored his first goal for the club, scoring the opening goal in a 4–2 home triumph over Birmingham City at Portman Road. Tyrone Mings appeared in 44 games in all competitions this season, scoring once and assisting Ipswich to the Championship play-offs.
Mings signed a four-year deal with newly promoted Premier League team AFC Bournemouth on June 26, 2015, for an unknown cost, rumoured to be £8 million.
Tyrone Mings made his Premier League debut for Bournemouth in a 1–1 draw with Leicester City on August 29, 2015. However, six minutes after coming on as a half-time substitution, he suffered a knee injury. On September 3, 2015, it was announced that Mings’ injury would keep him out of action for 9 to 12 months. On January 7, 2017, he made his FA Cup comeback, losing 3–0 against Millwall in the third round.
Tyrone Mings playing for AFC Bournemouth
The FA suspended Mings for five matches on March 8, 2017, following an alleged stamp on Zlatan Ibrahimovi in the previous weekend’s encounter against Manchester United.
Loaned to Aston Villa
Tyrone Mings joined Aston Villa on loan for the remainder of the season on January 31, 2019. On February 2nd, he made his Villa debut against Reading. The game was marred by controversy as Mings trod on the face of Reading striker Nélson Oliveira during a skirmish for the ball.
Oliveira was dragged away with serious gashes on his brow and nose. Mings later apologised, saying it was not his intention. No retrospective action was given since referee Geoff Eltringham saw the incident and judged it was unintentional.
Tyrone Mings scored his first goal for Aston Villa in his second game on February 8, 2019. He scored in the 82nd minute of Sheffield United’s home game.
Aston Villa were down 3–0 at the time, but they went on to perform a late comeback to level the game 3–3. Despite Villa’s terrible form at the time, Mings was a star performer who soon became a fan favourite despite having only recently joined from Bournemouth.
Mings after scoring a victory for Aston Villa
After the return of Jack Grealish from injury, Villa went on a 10-game winning streak, the fifth of which Mings scored the game-winning goal in a 2–1 triumph over Blackburn Rovers. Mings appeared in the 2018–19 EFL Championship Play-off Final on May 27, 2019, helping Villa overcome Derby County 2–1 and secure promotion to the Premier League.
Tyrone Mings joined Aston Villa on a permanent basis on July 8, 2019. The initial cost was thought to be £20 million, with possible add-ons totaling £25 million.
Tyrone said that after the UK government declared the restart of sports and the Premier League announced the return of teams as part of “Project Restart” on June 17, the players were the last to be contacted and were simply regarded as “commodities in the game.”
He signed a new four-year deal with Aston Villa on September 21, 2020. Mings was named Aston Villa’s new captain on 14 August 2021, following the departure of former captain Jack Grealish, having served as temporary captain during Grealish’s injury in the second half of the 2020–21 season.
Tyrone Mings was also eligible for Barbados through his paternal grandparents, in addition to England. During his playing career, his father Adie turned down a call-up from Barbados. Mings’ first England call-up came in August 2019, when he was included to the team for the UEFA Euro 2020 qualifiers against Bulgaria and Kosovo.
Tyrone Mings got his first senior England cap in an October 2019 0–6 victory away to Bulgaria, playing the full match. Racist shouts from Bulgarian fans marred the game, which Mings reported to captain Harry Kane, who subsequently reported it to the referee. This triggered regular UEFA protocol, thus putting an end to the shouting.
Tyrone Mings playing for England
Tyrone Mings was named to England’s team for the UEFA Euro 2020 tournament in June 2021. He started the tournament’s first group encounter, helping England preserve a clean sheet in a 1–0 win over Croatia on June 13 at Wembley Stadium.
Tyrone Mings playing in the Euro 2020
On the 18th of June, he also started against Scotland, helping England retain a clean sheet in a 0–0 tie. In 22 June, he came on as a second-half replacement in England’s final group encounter. It was a 1–0 triumph over the Czech Republic. England finished top of Group D, qualifying for the knockout stages.
Following England’s penalty shootout loss to Italy in the final, three England players, Marcus Rashford, Jadon Sancho, and Bukayo Saka, faced online racial abuse after missing in the shootout. Priti Patel, the Home Secretary, tweeted that she was “disgusted.”
Tyrone Mings then responded to her on Twitter, accusing her of inciting racist behaviour among supporters, while previously calling the players’ anti-racism message of kneeling before kickoff “gesture politics” and claiming that fans had the right to boo it.
“You don’t get to build the fire before the start of the tournament by labelling our anti-racism message as ‘Gesture Politics,’ then claim to be outraged when the same thing we’re fighting against happens,” Mings said in full.
Mings scored his first international goal on November 15, 2021. This was in a 10–0 away 2022 FIFA World Cup qualifying triumph over San Marino.
Mings was born on March 13, 1993. He is currently 29 years old and plays as a Centre Back for Aston Villa in England. His overall rating in FIFA 22 is 78 with a potential of 78. Mings has got a 3-star skillmoves rating. He prefers to shoot with his left foot. His workrates are Medium / Medium. Mings is 1.96 meters tall and weighs approximately 77 kg. His best stats are:
Sprint Speed: 81
Tyrone Mings FIFA 22 Stats
Facts about Tyrone Mings
Tyrone Mings traces his ancestors back to Barbados on his paternal side.
Mings had a rough childhood growing up with his mother and three sisters.
He felt compelled to attend school while staying in the homeless shelter in order to make something out in his life.
Football became his escape and only source of solace away from troubling realities while he was not at school.
Tyrone Mings moved on to Chippenham, a large historic market town in northwest Wiltshire, England, in search of jobs. His first job was in a pub (a public lounge), where he received £45 per week pulling pints (serving beer).
He went to Millfield School in Somerset for two years while studying. After hearing his heartfelt rejection story, the school was generous enough to give him a football scholarship, prompting Mings to change his mind and return to football.
Adie Mings, his father, was a striker for non-league Bath City and Gloucester City.
Following Aaron Cresswell’s move to West Ham United in 2014, Tyrone Mings switched his shirt number from No15 to No3. This action came a little late after some of his fans had already ordered his No15 shirts. He once Compensated Fans who bought his old shirt.
Tyrone Mings once did the unimaginable, reportedly stamping on Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s cheek, for which he got a five-game suspension.
How tall is Tyrone Mings? Tyrone is about 1.96 meters tall.
Whom is Tyrone Mings dating? He is currently single.
For which club does Tyrone Mings play? Tyrone plays for the Premier League club Aston Villa.
Where does Tyrone Mings live? He lives in Bath, England.