Callum Parkinson

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Callum Parkinson

Callum Parkinson is one of the best English cricketers. His height is approximately 180 cm.

He started playing cricket at a young age. He is a part of England’s first-class cricket.

He is a domestic cricketer and hasn’t represent the England national cricket team yet. He plays as a spin bowler in England’s domestic cricket teams.

Personal Intro

Callum Parkinson is an English cricketer. He was born on 24 October 1996 in Bolton, Manchester, England.

Name Callum Francis Parkinson
Nickname Parkinson
DOB 24 October 1996
Age 27 Years
Birth Place Bolton, Manchester, England
Home Town Bolton, Manchester, England
Country England
Language English
Religion Christian
Hobbies Playing Cricket


He studied at Bolton School.

Bolton School

Family Info

Callum Parkinson has a twin brother Matt Parkinson who is an International English cricketer.

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Brothers Matt Parkinson
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Physical Info

Callum Parkinson height is approx. 5 feet 11 inches and weight is approx. 75 kg. Her hair color is blonde.

Height Feet: 5 feet 11 inches
Meters: 1.8 m
Centimeters: 180 cm
Weight 75 kg
Hair Color Blonde

Net Worth

His Net Worth, Salary and Match Fee information is available here.

Net Worth 1 million
Salary N/A
Match Fee N/A


Callum Parkinson gets 5 wickets in County Championship 2022

Cricket Info

Callum Parkinson is a right-handed batsman and slow left-arm orthodox bowler. He plays as a spin bowler in England’s domestic cricket team.

Batting Right-handed
Bowling Slow left-arm orthodox
Role in Team Spin bowler
Coach or Mentor N/A
Jersey / Shirt Number 10

Cricket Debut

He is a domestic cricketer and hasn’t made an international debut yet.

He made his First Class debut on 4 August 2016 Derbyshire v Leicestershire and his List A debut on 16 May 2017 Leicestershire v Yorkshire.

T20 Debut (Cap )
ODI Debut (Cap )
Test Debut (Cap )

Major Teams

He plays for the England International Cricket team, in T20 Leagues and domestic tournaments.

Lancashire Cricket Academy


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