Kevin Daniel Kilbane is a Republic of Ireland international football player who currently features for the English Premier League club Wigan Athletic. He plays as a midfielder.
Kevin Kilbane commenced his club football career at Preston North End in 1995 and scored 3 goals in 48 league matches in two seasons for them. In 1997 he was signed by West Bromwich Albion where he established himself as one of the most strong and accomplished players in the Premiership.
He scored 15 goals in 106 league matches for West Brom and was signd by Sunderland in 1999 and played 113 league fixtures for the Balck Cats between 1999 and 2003, scoring 8 goals in the process.
His stride earned him a call at Everton in the summer of 2003 and he was again an important player for the next three seasons in which he scored four times in 104 Premiership matches, exhibiting just how good he is as a midfield players.
In 2006 Kevin Kilbane was signed by Wigan Athletic and he has been a regular at the JJB Stadium since then.
Kevin Kilbane made his international debut for Republic of Ireland in 1997 and has scored 7 goals in 90 matches for his nation so far. His first game for his nation was against Iceland on September 6,1997. Kilbane also featured at the 2002 World Cup finals. At the moment he is the third all time most capped player for Republic of Ireland.