Player Profile

Dan Burn

Dan Burn


Nationality :England
Date Of Birth :May 9, 1992
Height :198cm
Weight :87kg

Dan Burn is an English professional footballer who plays mainly as a left-back or center-back for Premier League club Newcastle United. He is known to be one of the tallest defenders in the league.


Full nameDaniel Johnson Burn
Date of birth9 May 1992 (age 31)
Place of birthBlyth, England
Height6 ft 7 in (2.00 m)
Position(s)left-back, centre-back

Dan Burn Biography, EarlyLife

On May 9, 1992, Dan Burn was born in Blyth, Northumberland, England. Burn’s parents are dependable individuals.

Dan Burn said his mother frequently stayed home while his father frequently left for work. This gave him plenty of time to develop a love for football.

Despite not being media-friendly, Burn’s younger brother astonishingly claims to be a Newcastle supporter.

Burn made his debut in the Football League for Darlington in 2009 and joined Fulham at the end of the 2010–11 season, having made 19 appearances for Darlington. He spent the 2012–13 season on loan to Yeovil Town, for whom he made 41 appearances, and spent part of the following season on loan to Birmingham City.

Dan Burn Education

His educational history is not published because he has not yet given it to the public. However, this detailed information is currently being reviewed and will be updated soon.

Dan Burn’s Height, And Weight

Dan Burn is 6 feet 7 inches tall, or 2.01 meters, tall. His body weight is 87 kg. His physique is athletic. His hair is blonde, and he has blue eyes. Straight is the way he identifies sexually. His other bodily measurements, such as his chest, biceps, and waist, have yet to be made public. He has a generally sound body.


Dan Burn grew up supporting Newcastle United and has great admiration for Alan Shearer. Before being released by Newcastle United at the age of 11, Burn played youth football with neighborhood teams New Hartley, Blyth Town, and Blyth Spartans.

He began working at the Asda grocery shop when he was 16 years old. A Darlington scout saw him playing for the Blyth Spartans on July 1, 2009 and made him an offer for a professional contract.

Due to the club’s financial troubles and a lack of available players, Burn was promoted to the first team for the first time and made his debut as an unused replacement in a 3-1 loss to Hereford United on October 31, 2009.

Dan Burn made his debut in the following game, which took place on March 6, 2010, and saw Darlington defeat Torquay United 3-1. Darlington made four appearances after being dropped to the Conference in 2009–2010.

After that, Burn returned to the academy to continue his training before manager Mark Cooper called him up to the first team, where he made his 2010–2011 debut on January 3, 2011, in a 3–1 victory over Barrow.

As he continued to play in 15 games for the 2010–11 season, Cooper praised his performances. Jamie Chandler won the club’s Young Player of the Year award, with Burn coming in second.

On April 14, 2011, a deal was made for Burn to sign for Premier League team Fulham after the 2010–2011 season for a projected fee of £350,000. Burn joined the team to train and acquire experience under reserve team boss Billy McKinlay before being assigned to the Fulham reserve team.

On September 25, 2012, Dan Burn started a one-month youth loan with League One team Yeovil Town. Four days later, he made his debut against Preston North End. Burn’s first senior goal came one minute after Preston’s own goal in the 86th minute.

Before the 2013–14 season, Burn said he was eager to return to Yeovil Town. But on July 3, 2013, Burn agreed to a new contract with Fulham that would keep him with the team at least until 2015. He also made a one-year loan to Championship team Birmingham City.

He was a regular starter after making his debut on August 3, 2013, in a 1-0 home loss to Watford. His first goal for the team, a header from a cross from Paul Caddis, helped Birmingham defeat Swansea City 3-1 on September 25 in the League Cup third-round game.

Dan Burn was reinstated by Fulham on January 2, 2014. On January 4, 2014, Burn made his first appearance in the FA Cup third-round against Norwich City at Carrow Road after rejoining the Fulham first team.

On August 30, 2014, Burn made his debut for the 2014–15 season during a 1–1 draw with Cardiff City. He scored his first goal for Fulham on September 23, 2014, against Doncaster Rovers in a League Cup game.

On October 21, 2014, Burn made his Fulham debut as captain, and in a 3-3 draw with Rotherham United, he netted his first league goal of the year.

When Dan Burn’s contract with Fulham expired at the end of the 2015–16 season, he agreed to a three-year deal with Wigan Athletic, a team that had just been promoted to the Championship. He was put in squad 33.

Burn made his Wigan Athletic debut, starting the team’s season-opening defeat against Bristol City. Burn and Premier League club Brighton & Hove Albion reached a four-year deal on August 9, 2018, for an undisclosed amount. He was loaned back to Wigan Athletic through January 2019.

Dan Burn was given a yellow card, gave up a penalty, and scored an own goal on January 2, 2021, when Brighton came back from a 3-1 deficit to tie Wolverhampton Wanderers 3-3 at home.

Newcastle United, the team he supported and played for in his youth, made Brighton a £7 million bid for Burn on January 28, 2022, but Brighton rejected it. Burn signed a contract with Newcastle on January 31 for two and a half years after a cost of £13 million was negotiated two days earlier.

Dan Burn’s Net Worth

Dan Burn is a young athlete, and football has greatly increased his income. By 2023, the player’s net worth is anticipated to be £10 million. Transfermarkt estimates the player’s market worth to be €12.00m in 2023. To obtain a high market value, the player must still establish his value in the English League. He is presently paid £2.7 million annually to play for Newcastle United F.C.

Transfer Value and Records

  • Current market value: €12.00m
  • Highest market value: €12.00m

Dan Burn’s Wife, Marriage, Children

It is rumored that Dan Burn is married.


There is no evidence to support Dan Burn’s fatherhood.

Dan Burn Awards

Yeovil Town

  • Football League One play-offs: 2013

Wigan Athletic

  • EFL League One: 2017–18

Newcastle United

  • EFL Cup runner-up: 2022–23


  • PFA Team of the Year: 2017–18 League One

Dan Burn: Players Stats 2023

Premier League Stats for Dan Burn

GeneralTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Matches Played36N/A
Minutes301184 min’ per appearance
Annual Salary€3,101,258N/A
Matches Started34N/A
Matches Subbed In2N/A 
Matches Subbed Out5N/A 

Defending Stats

DefendingTotalPer 90 or %Percentile
Goals Conceded290.87
Minutes Per Goal Conceded104 min’ 
Clean Sheets1336%
Ground Duels2788.31
Ground Duels Won1604.78
Aerial Duels Won832.48
Dribbled Past300.90
Shots Blocked150.45
Penalties Given Away10.03

Yellow Cards, Red Cards, and Foul Stats

Cards & FoulsTotalPer 90Percentile
Yellow Cards5  
Red Cards0  
Total Cards50.15
Minutes Per Booking602 min’ / card 
Cards Over 0.5514%
Fouls Committed341.02
Fouled Against40.12

Shots Taken

Shots DataTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Shots Taken150.45
Shots On Target
4/ 15
Shots Off Target
11/ 15
Hit The Woodwork1 time0.03
Shot Conversion Rate6.67% 
Shot Accuracy26.67% 
Shots Per Goal Scored15.00 

Assists, Passing, & Chance Creation Stats

Assists & PassingTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Expected Assists (xA)3.040.09
Successful Passes
1039/ 1342
Pass Completion Rate77.42% 
Key Passes150.45
Successful Crosses
3/ 18
Cross Completion Rate16.67% 
Minutes Per AssistNo Assists 

Dribbling & Offside Stats

Dribbles & OffsidesTotalPer 90 MinutesPercentile
Successful Dribbles130.39
Dribble Success Rate59.09% 


What is the net worth of Dan Burn?

His net worth is €12.00 million.

What is the height of Dan Burn?

His height is 6 feet 7 inches.

What is the age of Dan Burn?

His age is 31 years as of 2023.

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