Kalvin Phillips father and mother are of Irish and Jamaican descent. His parents have had a lot of tough times while raising Kalvin.
Phillips, midfielder of the English National football team also pays a Premier League Club, Leeds United.
Kalvin Phillips Father and Mother
Kalvin Phillips was born to an Irish father and a Jamaican mother.
According to Kalvin himself, his father was not brought up in the best situation and his grandfather is not known by his father as well.
Talking about the footballer’s mother, she has done a lot of struggles and faced a lot of hard times when Kalvin was being raised. His father is based at HM Prison Waelstun, which is very close to the midfielder’s house but they mostly communicate through telephone.
The midfielder also disclosed that his mother would lose patience with his dad and his dad would go into the prison come back out, back to his mother, and this thing repeated for a long time.
Kalvin Phillips Parents: Mark and Lindsay Phillips
Kalvin Phillips’ parents are Mark Phillips and Lindsay Phillips.
Moreover, his father and mother also had a relationship that was okay for a certain time and then his dad would go off and do whatever he liked.
Both his parents are very proud of their son’s achievements.
Phillips stated that his mother, Lindsay, used to sleep hungry for nights just to feed her children as their economic condition was very poor.
Kalvin is more thankful to his mom than his dad for whatever he has achieved now as he spent most of his with his mother and has also seen the hard times she faced.
Kalvin Phillips Family: His Nationality And Ethnicity
Phillips grew up in a middle-class family. He is one of the four children of his parents and he has two sisters and a brother.
However, one of his sisters, Lacreasha Phillips died at a tender age. Kalvin is English by Nationality but his ethnicity is a mixture of Jamaican and Irish.
Kalvin Phillips Background
Talking about Kalvin’s background, he was born on December 2, 1995.
The footballer is a Leeds United academy graduate who made his first-team debut in 2015 and then made his debut for the England national team in UEFA Euro 2020.