- Born: 27/05/1994
- Birthplace: Liverpool
- Nationality: English
Talented defender Tyias Browning known for his pace and physical strength.
Born in Liverpool, the youngster joined Everton in 2004 and has gone on to record some impressive achievements during his time at the Club.
He made a handful of appearances for Everton's Under-18s during the 2009/10 season, and was also a part of the Blues' 2010 FA Youth Cup squad.
Tyias was also selected as a part of a new crop of England Under-17 internationals for the annual Nordic Tournament, alongside Everton teammate John Lundstram.
He is also eligible to represent China at international level.
In June 2011, it was announced Tyias had signed a two-year professional contract with the Club, just weeks after he had helped Everton to the Under-18s national title.
He then became a regular for the Under-21s team and, in April 2012, helped the Blues reach the last four of the prestigious Dallas Cup.
Browning turned out more than any other player for Alan Stubbs’ Under 21s in 2012/13, making 28 appearances over the course of the season.
He was called up to the England Under 19 squad in March 2013, making his debut for Noel Blake's side against Turkey.
Browning is yet to make his competitive senior debut but was named on the bench for the home Premier League fixture against Chelsea in December 2012.
In July 2013 it was announced that Browning had signed a new two-year deal.
He remained an Under-21 regular in 2013/14 and made the senior bench on several occasions as well as making his professional debut during a short loan spell at Wigan.
At the end of the campaign Browning made his England Under-21 debut at the Toulon Tournament.
Contracted until: June 2015.