Harry Burgoyne is a Wolves goalkeeper.
|Full Name||Harry James Burgoyne|
|Date of Birth||28 December 1996|
|Place of Birth||Ludlow, Shropshire|
|Current club||Wolverhampton Wanderers|
|Previous club/s||Ludlow Town|
Burgoyne signed for Wolves at twelve, having had unsuccessful trials at other local clubs. During the first year of his scholarship he was briefly loaned out to Doncaster Rovers, and appeared for them in an FA Youth Cup match against Manchester City. During the 2014-15 season he was given a Wolves squad number and trained with the first team sometimes, and occasionally travelled with them to away games, or was included in the warm-ups at home games. He was also a nominee for Wolves' Academy Player of the Season for 2014-15, which was won by Regan Upton.
On 17 September 2015, Harry joined Lowestoft Town of the Vanarama National League North, the sixth tier, on a month's loan, continuing to train in Wolverhampton but travelling for matches. Two days later he made his debut for them in a 2-0 win over Chorley. After five games his loan was extended, only for him to be recalled at once to the Wolves Under-21s because of an injury to Jonathan Flatt. After filling in for Flatt for a few games, Harry went straight back out on loan: this time to Corby Town, again in the Vanarama National League North, joining another Wolves loanee, Ben O'Hanlon. This loan ran until 15 December or thereabouts.
No data pre 2014-15. Wolves give little squad information for U18. Lowestoft and Corby games were all tier 6, apart from an FA Cup qualification match at Bognor for Lowestoft and an FA Trophy game for Corby. Correct up 15 December 2015.
|Club||Season||Senior||Under-21 Lge||Under-21 PLC||B'ham Senior Cup||Under-18 Lge||FA Youth Cup|
|Corby Town (loan)||6||0||0||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-||-|
Part of the squad that won the U19 Bitzer Cup in Germany in 2015. Burgoyne played 4 of the 5 games, conceding just a single goal. The final went to penalties and he saved the fifth one, Wolves winning 5-4.
Burgoyne received his first pro contract in February 2015, following a successful scholarship. The contract runs until Summer 2017, at which point the club holds an option for a further year.