He was even booed by England fans when he made an appearance for his country as a substitute against Poland in the 2006. As a voice artist, he made his first TV show appearance in 1995 on the animated musical series Operavox as Zuniga /Remendado.  He went on to make two appearances during the 2006 FIFA World Cup qualifying campaign for England: starting against Austria in a 1–0 victory and coming on as a substitute against Poland in a 2–1 win. He scored a vital goal for Tottenham against Manchester City which earned the club a place in the UEFA Champions League.
His family relocated to Singapore, when Peter was only a year old, as his father had accepted a job offer in the Far East.  Crouch played 46 times for Pompey in 2008–09, scoring 16 goals as the side finished in 14th position. ", Crouch remained a part of the England set-up under Eriksson's successor as manager, Steve McClaren, and started McClaren's first match in charge, a friendly against Greece in August 2006.  In their 2006–07 UEFA Champions League campaign, he scored his first goals in European club competition against Maccabi Haifa.  After not making an appearance for England for almost a year, Crouch stated in October 2011 that he "does not carry much hope" of receiving a call-up. ", "PETER CROUCH'S ENGLAND TREBLE SPARKS ROBOTIC CELEBRATIONS", "Sancho angry as TV shows Crouch pulled hair to climb", "Poll says Crouch is targeted by referees", "Passive boozing; and wild-tackling Scouser", "England in fine fettle thanks to Crouch", "World Cup 2010: England announce squad numbers", "Stoke City's Peter Crouch fears for England future", "Premier League stats: Harry Kane, Man Utd, Man City, Arsene Wenger, Roy Hodgson", "Peter Crouch: an everyman appeal to go with his exceptional ability", "Peter Crouch: England striker at World Cup 2010 in pictures", "Meet the real Peter Crouch: The 'goalscorer in a targetman's body' who ran Dirk Kuyt over in a go-kart", "Peter Crouch wants to be on the England A-list for World Cup in South Africa", "Stoke stumble another point closer to safety", "Crouch comes under starter's orders and may prove a stayer after fine display", "Chelsea make surprise Peter Crouch inquiry in bid to sign target man", "The debate: Is Darren Bent the man to replace Emile Heskey for England? In fact, his weight has not changed much since he was a teenager. In his first season with Stoke, he scored 14 goals and won the club's Player of the Year award.  Crouch made his debut for Stoke City in a 1–0 win against former club Liverpool on 10 September 2011. In the latter appearance, Crouch's introduction as a second-half substitute was booed by England's own supporters.  Crouch played 15 times for the Canaries in 2003–04, scoring four goals helping the team gain promotion.  Crouch made 29 appearances in 2016–17, scoring ten goals, as Stoke finished in 13th position. The soccer star Peter Crouch’s height is well proportioned with the rest of his body measurements.  Crouch scored 18 league goals in 37 starts for Portsmouth during the 2001–02 season and was tipped by manager Graham Rix to have a big future in the game. England won the match 1–0 and Crouch kept his place in the starting line-up for the following match against Trinidad and Tobago, against whom he scored his first competitive international goal.
Regards. He scored quickly from an Ashley Young corner to make the score 1–2 with an angled side-footed volley. , Crouch released his autobiography in 2007, titled Walking Tall – My Story.  Crouch made his debut for Spurs in a pre-season friendly against Olympiacos, and came on as a substitute in Tottenham's season opening win over Liverpool, making his full Premier League debut for the club in the process. Height & Weight; Height (in Feet-Inches) 6 ft 8 in: Height (in Centimeters) 201 cm: Weight (in Kilograms) 85 kg: Weight (in Pounds) 187 lbs After having hit the post and missed a Benoît Assou-Ekotto cross, Crouch scored a header after goalkeeper Márton Fülöp could only parry the ball into his path. , On 1 April 2009, Crouch made his first start under McClaren's successor, Fabio Capello, in a 2010 World Cup qualifier against Ukraine.
 Crouch scored his first goal on his return to Portsmouth in a 3–0 win against Everton at Goodison Park on 30 August 2008.  He scored on the final day of the season against Southampton as he ended the 2012–13 season with eight goals, with Stoke finishing 13th in the league.  He did this whilst bizarrely wearing two different squad numbers on his shirt – No. , Crouch began the 2012–13 season well, scoring five goals in seven matches, against Swindon Town, Wigan Athletic, Manchester City and a brace against Swansea City.  On 5 April, he was sent off in the 14th minute after receiving two yellow cards in the quarter-finals against Real Madrid. , Crouch set a record for the most number of appearances as substitute in the Premier League, on 20 November 2017 when he came off the bench for the 143rd time against Brighton & Hove Albion, breaking the record held by Shola Ameobi. It also means that he doesn’t have to exercise much to keep himself in shape.  Crouch played 34 times in 2017–18, scoring six goals as Stoke were relegated to the Championship.  He scored an own goal against Manchester City, which consequently confirmed City into the Champions League for the 2011–12 season with Tottenham finishing fifth. , Despite initially being back-up to first choice strikers James Beattie and Kevin Phillips, Crouch became the main attacking focus of the Southampton team upon the arrival of Harry Redknapp and the sale of Beattie.