Lewis Warrington

Birkenhead-born Lewis Warrington joined Everton at the age of six.

A gifted all-round midfielder, he boasts impressive energy, and expansive passing range and eye for goal.

Warrington continued his impressive progress in 2020/21, cementing his position as a mainstay in Paul Tait's Under-18s side.

He was an influential presence in the Blues' thrilling FA Youth Cup victories over tournament favourites Manchester City and Chelsea – and captained the team on several occasions during the campaign.

Warrington also made his breakthrough into Everton's Under-23 side towards the end of 2020/21, playing four of their final five Premier League 2 games of the season.


He received the Sir Philip Carter Award – presented to a player “who has shown first-class commitment and achievement in his education while at the Academy” – at the season-ending Academy Awards to cap a fine personal campaign.

A born-and-bred Evertonian, who has a Season Ticket at Goodison Park, Warrington counts Toffees left-back Leighton Baines as his football hero. 

Contracted until: June 2024