|Full name Lewis Peter Price|
Weight 85 kg
Height 1.91 m
|Playing position |
Name Lewis Price
Career start 2003
|Date of birth (1984-07-19) 19 July 1984 (age 31)|
Current teams Sheffield Wednesday F.C. (#34 / Goalkeeper), Wales national football team (Goalkeeper)
Place of birth Bournemouth, England
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Lewis Peter Price (born 19 July 1984) is a Welsh international footballer, who plays for Rotherham United as a goalkeeper. He has previously played for Derby County, Ipswich Town, Crystal Palace and Sheffield Wednesday
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- Ipswich Town
- Derby County
- Crystal Palace
- Mansfield Town
- Crawley Town
- Sheffield Wednesday
- Rotherham United
- International career
- Career statistics
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Price was born in Bournemouth, but graduated through the Ipswich Town youth system. He became known for stepping in for Kelvin Davis during the 2004–05 season and saving a penalty against Coventry. After Davies returned from injury, Price played for Cambridge United on loan for part of the season. Davis departed at the end of the 2004–05 season, with Price contesting Shane Supple to be first choice goalkeeper.
He then started nearly every game ahead of first choice keeper Shane Supple. In the 2006–07 season, just a week after Petr Čech and Carlo Cudicini sustained horrific injuries which brought up an argument that goalkeepers need more protection, Price was injured in Ipswich's 3–1 victory over Southend United. Price had to be stretchered off after colliding with Matt Harrold.
Despite playing well for Ipswich when called upon, the arrival of Neil Alexander at Ipswich meant Price's future was destined to be away from Portman Road.
On 27 July 2007, Price joined Premier League club Derby County, for an undiclosed fee on a three-year contract, to provide back-up and competition for then first choice goalkeeper Stephen Bywater.
Price made his debut for Derby against Liverpool on 26 December, after Stephen Bywater was injured in the warm-up and went on to start the next eight league and cup matches before the signing of Roy Carroll ended his run in the first team. In the FA Cup third round replay between Derby and Sheffield Wednesday, Price made two penalty saves helping Derby to victory in a penalty shootout.
Price signed for Milton Keynes Dons on an emergency one-month loan on 27 October 2008, and made his debut the next day in the Dons 2–1 Football League One victory over Leyton Orient. He returned to Derby but, again, could not supplant teammates Stephen Bywater and Roy Carroll from the goalkeepers spot and joined Luton Town on a one-month loan on 2 February 2009. During his time at Luton he played only twice because of a groin injury, but impressed in those two games, helping Luton to the Football League Trophy final at Wembley Stadium, making two penalty saves against Brighton. Price joined League One side Brentford on a season-long loan deal on 8 July 2009. He made 18 appearances for Brentford, but didn't make an appearance after January due to the arrival of Wojciech Szczęsny, who was on loan from Arsenal F.C. at the time. Upon his return to Derby at the end of the 2009–10 season, it was announced that his contract would not be renewed and he left the club with just nine appearances in his three-years there.
After leaving the Rams, Price signed a 3-year contract to join Crystal Palace as understudy to Julián Speroni. He made his Palace debut in March against Burnley after Speroni had suffered an injury. On 22 May 2015, it was announced that Price would not be offered a new contract by Palace at the end of the 2014–15 season.
On Friday 11 April 2014, Price signed for League 2 side Mansfield Town on loan as emergency goalkeeper cover for the injured Alan Marriott.
On 17 November 2014, Price signed on loan with League One club Crawley Town until 20 December. At the end of his loan spell he returned to Crystal Palace but on 16 January 2015 it was announced that he had rejoined Crawley until the end of the season.
Following his release from Crystal Palace, he signed a one-year contract with Championship side Sheffield Wednesday.
At the end of his contract at Sheffield Wednesday, Price signed a two-year deal with Championship side Rotherham United.
Price received his first call-up to the full Wales international squad for a friendly against Slovenia on 17 August 2005, but missed out on his first cap after he was forced to withdraw with a knee injury. He then made his debut against Cyprus on 17 November 2005. He won the last of his 11 caps in a 2–0 2014 World Cup qualifying defeat to Croatia on 16 October 2012.