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Position: Centre/Second row
Date of birth: 09/07/1996
Heritage number: 1114
Previous club: Wigan Warriors
Representative honours: Ireland, England Knights, England
Warrington debut: vs London Broncos (H), centre, won 72-12 on 13/07/2014
Challenge Cup: 2019
League Leaders’ Shield: 2016
Super League: 2023 (with Wigan)
Super League Dream Team: 2020
An international centre, Toby King is returning to the club where he made his name and looking to add to his tally of 52 tries in 138 appearances.
Toby King and his older brother George began playing for the Meltham All Blacks in Huddersfield before joining the Huddersfield Giants Academy.
Both moved to Warrington and made their Wire debuts in the summer of 2014. Toby was 18, George was 19.
By 2016, Toby was a first-team regular as Warrington lifted the League Leaders’ Shield for the second time.
He played 30 times in 2019, scoring nine tries, as Warrington won the Challenge Cup by beating the heavy favourites St Helens at Wembley.
As his reputation grew, he signed a four-year contract in May 2021 to the end of the 2025 season.
In June 2022, he joined Huddersfield Giants on loan for the rest of that season in a swap deal with Jake Wardle.
He spent the 2023 campaign on loan with the Wigan Warriors, scoring 12 tries in 31 appearances and sharing in the Super League Grand Final victory over Catalans Dragons at Old Trafford.
13 Jul 2014
9 Jul 1996
Touches In Opposition Box
Goals from Inside Box
Right Foot Goals
Left Foot Goals
Total Red Cards
Total Fouls Conceded