Peter Crouch

Peter Crouch is a 62-year-old retired Chartered Accountant and full-time bridge professional, when not playing or coaching bridge he spends his time helping to look after his five year old grandson with his wife Sara and trying to get out to the Golf Course.

His bridge successes include winning the Vanderbilt teams, Gold Medal in the European Winter Games, seven Gold Cups (making the joint-fourth most successful player in the history of the competition), three Spring Fours, two Crockfords Cups and three Premier League wins as well as representing England in the European Championships, Olympiad and in a number of Camrose matches.

He represented England in the European Championships and World Mind Sport Games in 2012.

In 2017 he was part of a team which won a bronze medal in the Transnational competition at the World Teams Championships.

In 2018 he won the Silidor pairs in Philadelphia. In 2019 he was part of the Wolfson team that won the Vanderbilt teams in Memphis. In 2020 he won a silver medal in the Open Pairs at the European Winter Games. In 2023 he was part of the Orca team that won the gold medal in European Winter Games.

Read Peter's 'Top Table' interview - April 2013

Last updated: May 2023

Major International Appearances
European Championships: 2012
World Olympiad: 2012
European Junior Championships: 1986

Camrose Trophy Selections: 1990 1995 1996 1997 1998 2005 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 and 2022

Junior Camrose Selections: 1986

Gold Cup Winner: 1988 1996 2009 2012 2013 2015 and 2018

Crockfords winner: 2012 and 2017

Premier League Winner 2009 and 2013

Spring Foursomes Winner: 2006 2007 and 2023

Brighton Four Stars Teams Winner: 2004 and 2010

Easter Congress Guardian Trophy winner : 1999

Tollemache Cup winner: 1991 1995 1996 and 1998

Player of the Year Championship: 2015/16 - 16th; 2016/17 - 17th=; 2018/19 - 2nd=