Kevin Kilbane

Where is Kevin Kilbane now?

After a distinguished domestic and international career, Kevin Kilbane retired from playing in 2012 after a spell at Coventry City.

Making his debut in 1995 for Preston North End, Kilbane went onto play 540 domestic games over a 17-year career for nine different clubs.

He was also a mainstay of the Republic of Ireland national side from 1997 to 2011 winning 110 caps and scoring 28 goals and he is Ireland’s third most capped player.

Since retiring from playing Kilbane has moved into the media world and has provided analysis and punditry on a number of television channels including the BBC and TV3 as well as radio work on BBC Five Live and Newstalk in Ireland.

Kilbane has also obtained a degree in Professional Sports Writing and Broadcasting at Staffordshire University and used to write a regular column for the Irish Daily Mail.

He is also patron for The Downs Syndrome Association (DSA).

In 2020, Kilbane was one of 12 celebrities participating in ITV’s hit show Dancing on Ice. 

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Kevin Kilbane: Premier League Statistics

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Premier League Teams Played forEverton, Hull City, Sunderland, Wigan Athletic

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