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Jack Stephens

2019/20 Key Performance Stats Last updated 12 Jul 2020
Games Played
28
Minutes played
2.4K
Games Started
27
Goals
2
Clearances
116
Blocks
22
Interceptions
29
Aerial duels win ratio
44%
Aerials
duels won
48
Aerials
duels
108
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Jack Stephens

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Jack Stephens Saints History

Last updated 12 Jul 2020
Total matches
108
Emirates FA Cup
12
Carabao Cup
8
Premier League
88
Goals
6
Seasons
5
Saints debut
07 Jan 2012
Coventry City
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Southampton FC

Season Appearances Emirates FA Cup Carabao Cup Premier League Goals
2019/20 28 2 1 25 2
2018/2019 29 2 3 24 1
2017/2018 27 4 1 22 3
2016/2017 23 3 3 17 0
2011/2012 1 1 0 0 0

Jack Stephens Season Stats

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Last updated 12 Jul 2020

General

Games Played
25
28
Minutes played
2.1K
2.4K
Games Started
24
27
Subs on/off
1/1
1/1

Defence

Clearances
104
116
Blocks
21
22
Interceptions
27
29
Tackles won
22 / 39
28 / 53
Duels won
98 / 193
117 / 219
Aerial duels won
43 / 99
48 / 108

Distribution

Passes Completed
754 / 1K
866 / 1.2K
Crosses completed
/ 3
/ 4
Assists
3
3
Chances created
5
7

Attack

Goals
1
2
Total shots
6
8
Shots on target
2
3
Mins per goal
2.1K
1.2K
Conversion rate
16%
25%
Inside box
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0
0
Set
pieces
0
0
Header
1
2
Other
0
0
Left foot
0
0
Right foot
0
0

Discipline

Fouls awarded
10
10
Fouls conceded
12
13
Yellow cards
3
3
Red cards
1
1

Jack Stephens Biography

Last updated 27 Jul 2019
Nationality
English
Age
25
Height
185 cm
Weight
75 kg
Saints debut
07 Jan 2012

Former clubs: Plymouth Argyle

Early years

Defender Stephens joined Southampton as a 17-year-old having broken into the first team at Plymouth Argyle.

The Cornwall youngster made his professional debut for Argyle at the age of 16, coming on as a substitute in a League 1 victory over Sheffield Wednesday on 18th September 2010.

His first start would come in a Johnstone’s Paint Trophy game against Cheltenham Town the following month, and he kept his place for the Pilgrims’ next game. In total, he made six appearances for Plymouth before moving to St Mary’s in April 2011 having turned 17 just over two months earlier.

Stephens was a regular for Saints’ Under-18s in 2011/12 as they finished second in the Premier Academy League Group A having been narrowly pipped to first by eventual champions Fulham.

The youngster was also included in the First Team squad for an FA Cup third-round game at Coventry in January 2012, making his debut as an 89th-minute substitute in a 2-1 win at the Ricoh Arena. He turned 18 on 27th January, and was then named as an unused replacement during a fourth-round tie against Millwall the following day. He also made the bench for the subsequent replay against the Lions.

International recognition

International recognition would follow in March, when Jack was called into the England Under-18 squad for the first time. He played the first half as the Young Lions ran out three-nil winners at Gresty Road in Crewe.

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Continuing his development

Jack started the competitive season with the Under-21s, playing for the Development Squad in the newly-created Barclays U21 Premier League. He was also named on the bench for the First Team’s Capital One Cup second-round game against Stevenage in August 2012.

Further international honours came the following month, when Stephens was called into England’s Under-19 side for the first time. Jack earned his first U19 cap playing alongside Saints teammate Chambers in European Championship qualifiers against Estonia, the Faroe Islands and Ukraine in Lithuania. The duo were then joined in the squad by James Ward-Prowse for a friendly win over Finland in Telford last November.

Back on the domestic front, Stephens was a virtual ever-present as our Under-21s progressed through to the Elite Group stage of the U21 Premier League. He was handed the captaincy midway through the season, and has led the team admirably as they push for a top-three finish and qualification for the knockout phase to determine the competition’s overall champion.

Loan spells

He spent the whole 2014/15 season on loan with League 1 side Swindon – joined by Saints Academy graduate Jordan Turnbull – following his short loan deal with the Robins at the end of the 2013/14 campaign. The defender was a key player for Mark Cooper’s side, making 37 appearances and helping them reach the play-off final at Wembley, where they lost 4-0 to Preston North End.

Stephens, along with Saints teammate, went on to represent England Under-20s at the 2015 Toulon Tournament, where the Young Lions finished in fourth place.

The defender spent time on loan at Middlesbrough and Coventry City during the 2015/16 campaign as he continued his development away from St Mary's, before winning the Toulon Tournament alongside Matt Targett and James Ward-Prowse.

Establishing himself at Saints

The 2016/17 season would see Stephens's big breakthrough, with his Premier League debut arriving in January 2017, in a 3-0 loss away to Everton.

With the departure of José Fonte and injury to Virgil van Dijk, Stephens was relied upon heavily, and he played a huge role in keeping a clean sheet away to Liverpool in the 1-0 victory in the second leg of the EFL Cup semi-final, before also playing the full game of the final against Manchester United.

Stephens would end the campaign with 23 first-team appearances, before signing a five-year contract in the summer and making 27 appearances the following season. That campaign also saw him net his first Saints goal, in a 1-0 FA Cup home win over Watford in January 2018 – sparking a run of three consecutive matches in which he scored.

He would again be heavily relied upon in the 2018/19 campaign, featuring 29 times for the first-team across all competitions.