Charlie Austin


  • matches played 370
  • goals 163
  • assists 7
  • Last appearance (days ago) 6

English forward Charlie Austin, who is currently under contract to Southampton FC in United Kingdom, joined the club January 16, 2016. Charlie Austin prefers to play with his right foot, as do 76% of his teammates. At present, Southampton FC is in Premier League (United Kingdom) they are in 16th place. He stands 188cm high and thus is 4cm taller than his team on average. Charlie Austin played 26 matches this season. He is NaN years younger than than his team's average age, as he was born on 05.07.1989.

His record stay with a club is his current one with three years and 4 months. The current Premier League 18/19 (United Kingdom) term proves to be good for Charlie Austin, as he managed to score three times (0.12 per match) and provide an assist twice. Basically, 4.5% of Southampton FC's goals in Premier League 18/19 were caused by him. His shortest spell with a club was 14 months in Poole Town (United Kingdom). His jersey displays the number 10.

Charlie Austin played for Swindon Town, Queens Park Rangers and Poole Town before ending up in Southampton FC. He reached the 308 appearances milestone as a professionl, the last one being eleven days ago. Altogether, he was substituted in 65 and out 96 times. Currently, he entered the pit more than he left it which holds true for last season as well. Championship 12/13 (United Kingdom) has been Charlie Austin's best season so far since he scored his personal highest amount of goals.

At 185.19lb, he carries 14lb more than the average Southampton FC player. He received 29 penalties throughout his entire career (of which 28 where yellow). This leads to an average of 1.21 cards per season. In the current playtime, he caught 1 yellow card. So far this season, Charlie Austin lost 40% of Southampton FC's matches in Premier League. Unfortunately they did not manage to wrap up a single fixture, but at least tied twice. Southampton FC has six more forwards in their squad, namely Danny Ings, Marcus Barnes, Michael Obafemi, Shane Long, Sam Gallagher and Tyreke Johnson.

(Last edited May 8, 2019)