- Born: 02/12/1994
- Birthplace: Chester
- Nationality: English
George Waring joined Everton at the age of 15 and penned a full-time scholarship with the Blues in July 2011.
The Chester-born striker was part of the Club's Academy side which sealed the Premier Academy League title in the 2010/11 season.
He stepped off the bench to notch the winning goal in the 2-1 victory in the final of the competition against Fulham at Craven Cottage in May 2011.
Prior to signing for the Blues, George, who is nicknamed ‘Big Man' as a result of his physical attributes, was previously on the books at Chester City.
In April 2012, he was part of the Everton squad which travelled to the USA and reached the last four of the Dallas Cup.
Ahead of the 2012/13 season, George sat down with evertonfc.com to tell us a bit more about himself...
Name: George Waring
Nickname: Big George, Big Man
Date of Birth: 2 December 1994
Place of Birth: Chester
Previous clubs: Chester City
What countries are you eligible to represent?: England
Have you made any international appearances?: No
Which player would you say you most play like?: Duncan Ferguson
What are your strengths?: Strength, heading
What aspect of your game do you need to improve most?: Speed
What age were you when you joined Everton?: 15
Favourite artist/band: U2, Red Hot Chili Peppers
Favourite film: Batman: The Dark Knight
Favourite video game: FIFA
Favourite place in the world: Florida
Pre-match meal of choice: Spaghetti carbonara
Best stadium you have played at: Pizza Hut Stadium, Dallas
Dream job if you weren't a footballer: Sports journalist
Favourite Everton first-team player: Nikica Jelavic
Boots: Nike CTRs
Aims for the year: To score lots of goals