Current club: Liverpool
Raheem is an exciting, attacking player, capable of playing on either wing or through the middle who grew up and went to school just a goal-kick's distance from Wembley Stadium.
He joined Liverpool’s Academy from Queens Park Rangers in 2010 after previously making his international bow for the England U16 team against Northern Ireland in November 2009.
Raheem scored his first England goal in the 3-1 win over Ukraine in the Montaigu Tournament in France and became a regular for the U17s, eventually featuring in the European Championship Finals in Serbia and then the FIFA U17 World Cup in Mexico in the summer of 2011 where he netted a stunning goal against Rwanda.
The north-Londoner was called up to the U19 squad by Noel Blake at the start of the 2011-12 campaign, following some impressive early season performances from Sterling in the Liverpool first-team.
Less than a week after his debut for the U19s, he was propelled into the Senior squad by Roy Hodgson for the match against Ukraine at Wembley as a replacement for Theo Walcott.