STOKE City fans' favourite Jack Butland will have his sporting knowledge tested on the small screen tonight (Friday, June 19).
The Stoke stopper is a guest panellist on BBC One's popular quiz show A Question of Sport (7.30pm).
Butland, 27, became the youngest goalkeeper to play for the senior England team, when he made his debut in the friendly against Italy, at Wembley, in August 2012, aged 19. He has represented his country at all age levels and captained England U21's at the 2015 Euro finals.
Stoke paid Birmingham City a £3.3 million fee for Butland in January 2013. The Bristolian has since gone on to make more than 150 appearances for the Potters.
Butland made his Premier League debut for Stoke against Everton on 1 January 2014, when he replaced the injured Thomas Sørensen at half-time. The match ended as a 1–1 draw.
Picture: A brain tester for Stoke City's Jack Butland on BBC One's 'A Question of Sport.'