started his footballing career at Manchester City,
signing professional in 2008, but he failed to make a first
team appearance for the Citizens.
He went on a month's loan at Barnsley in 2010, which was cut short by injury, but in August 2010, he re-joined the Yorkshire club on a six month loan before returning to City and then being put out on loan to Burnley in July 2011. Impressive on his loan spell, the defender's move was made permanent in January 2012 and he continued his good form as he helped the Turf Moor club to promotion to the Premier League in 2014.
Attacking along the right wing, Trippier made a name with a supply of crosses into the box and he made a number of assists from his full back position making him a sought after player, with Liverpool holding a keen interest in his services, but he chose to join Tottenham and while no fee was officially announced, it was believed to be around GBP 4.5 million.
Kieran initially had to try and displace England international Kyle Walker, which meant the odd cup game here and there, but his attacking verve made him a regular in Walker's absence through injury. In 2016-17, he was side-lined as Walker's return to form kept him out of the side, but a falling out between Walker and Mauricio Pochettino saw Trippier re-instated towards he end of the season in big games. By this time he had become an England international himself and went on to establish himself as the first choice right back at the club despite the signing of Ivory Coast international Serge Aurier and the rise of young Kyle Walker-Peters for the 2017-18 season.
His pace on the right and excellent delivery made him an attacking threat that provided chances for the Spurs forwards and midfielders,