- Born: 25/02/1995
- Birthplace: Liverpool
- Nationality: English
Striker Chris has been at Everton since a very young age.
Nicknamed 'Longy' by his team mates, he is known for his speed, agility and composure in front of goal.
Having worked his way through each age group at the Blues' Academy, Chris made a handful of appearances for Neil Dewsnip's Under-18s side in 2011.
He then made his reserve-team breakthrough during the 2011/12 campaign, appearing more and more frequently as the season progressed.
Chris has also represented England at Under-16 and Under-17 level and was part of the Everton Academy team which travelled to Brazil for the 2010 Futures tournament in Belo Horizonte.
In 2012, he was a key member of the squad which went all the way to the semi-finals of the Dallas Cup before suffering an agonising defeat to homeland rivals Manchester United.
Making the step-up to England Under-18s, Long netted the opener in October 2012's 2-0 win over Italy.
His continued goalscoring form helped Everton Under-18s qualify for the Elite league group for the second half of the season, while an extra-time winner against Port Vale ion February aided the Blues' FA Youth Cup charge.
Ahead of the 2012/13 season, Chris sat down with evertonfc.com to tell us a bit more about himself...
Name: Christopher Long
Date of Birth: 25 February 1995
Place of Birth: Huyton
What countries are you eligible to represent?: England, China
Have you made any international appearances?: Yes - twice for England Under-16s and four times for England Under-17s
Which player would you say you most play like?: Michael Owen
What are your strengths?: Scoring
What aspect of your game do you need to improve most?: Heading
What age were you when you joined Everton?: 5
Favourite artist/band: Paolo Nutini
Favourite film: Trainspotting
Favourite video game: FIFA
Favourite place in the world: My room
Pre-match meal of choice: Fried egg abd beans on toast
Best stadium you have played at: Khalifa Stadium, Qatar
Dream job if you weren't a footballer: Work with my Dad
Favourite Everton first-team player: Nikica Jelavic
Aims for the year: To get back into the England side