Born: 16 December 1994, Newcastle-Upon-Tyne, England
Former clubs: None

Stocky, powerful and blessed with a natural finisher's ability, Elliot Lee finished the 2011/12 season as the Under-18s leading goalscorer, netting more than 20 times in all competitions.

The son of former West Ham United and England midfielder Rob Lee, Lee is a prolific goal-getter who will hope to translate his form at junior levels into first-team goals.

Lee made his senior debut for the Hammers in an FA Cup third-round defeat at Manchester United in January 2013.


Started the 2-1 pre-season victory at Colchester United on 16 July 2013...Made his Barclays Premier League debut as a substitute in a 1-0 home defeat to Stoke City on 31 August 2013...Joined Colchester United on loan in October and scored his first senior goal in a 2-2 draw at Rotherham United on 2 November 2013. Scored once in four games for the U's.


Was named as an unused substitute for the FA Cup third-round draw with Manchester United and Barclays Premier League defeat at Sunderland in January 2013...Made his first-team debut for the Hammers in an FA Cup third-round defeat at Manchester United on 16 January 2013...Totalled 18 Barclays U21 Premier League appearances, 17 of them starts, and seven goals...Scored four goals in six Barclays U18 Premier League appearances...Scored three goals in two FA Youth Cup appearances.

International career


Before West Ham United


Any other business

Is the younger brother of former West Ham United midfielder Olly Lee, who later went on to play for Barnet and Birmingham City.