Jude Bellingham parents
|Jude Bellingham (second left), Jobe Bellingham (second right) and Mark Bellingham on the red carpet prior to the BBC Sports Personality of the Year Awards 2021 at MediaCityUK, Salford. Picture date: Sunday December 19, 2021(Image-Getty)
Jude Bellingham, born on June 29, 2003, in Stourbridge, West Midlands, to Denise and Mark Bellingham, has been supported by his parents, Mark and Denise, throughout his football journey. Younger brother Jobe also benefits from their unwavering support, despite the family currently residing in different countries.
Having made his senior England debut three years ago in a 3-0 win against the Republic of Ireland at Wembley, Bellingham is utilizing a unique avenue to broaden his international horizons. Real Madrid submitted application papers for his Irish passport in July, leveraging eligibility through his father, Mark, who was born in England to an Irish parent.
Unlike many renowned international footballers associated with elite football agencies, Bellingham relies on the guidance and support of his parents. Mark Bellingham, with a formidable reputation as a non-League striker, accumulated over 700 goals in a remarkable 25-year career. This familial connection underscores Bellingham's unconventional path in the football world, marked by strong family ties and a unique approach to international representation.