|Birth Day:||January 18, 1986|
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He began practicing freestyle soccer at age 14, and largely gave up his professional club career aspirations. He trained at a Brazilian Soccer School in Manchester, England.
In 2004, Farnworth met with football performer Mr. Woo who invited him to his exhibition contest in London, which Farnworth won through the guidance of David Ward. The win brought him media exposure in the United Kingdom and abroad and Farnworth started touring, exhibiting his skills. In December 2006, he competed in the "Masters of The Game" tournament and won by defeating his teacher and idol Mr Woo.
Farnworth participated in the 2009 series of Britain's Got Talent, where he passed the first round, but failed to make it to the live semi finals.
In 2010, Farnworth appeared as a mystery guest on Russell Howard's Good News and in 2011 he ran the London Marathon and now holds the record for successfully completing the race while doing continuous kickups.
In January 2013 Farnworth also appeared as a personal injury claimant in the Claims TV video 'John Farnworth uses Claims TV'. This is a comedy video based around a client (Farnworth) being involved in an accident and is now suffering from 'Keepy-Up Syndrome'.
In 2014 Farnworth made several appearances in support of Football Flick, a popular skill training unit. Recent appearances have featured him participating in weekly installments dubbed 'Trickster Tuesday'.
In 2017, Farnworth appeared in the second series of CBBC series Jamie Johnson, appearing as Theo Bains.
John's father played professional soccer in England for Burnley.
Currently, John Farnworth is 36 years, 4 months and 5 days old. John Farnworth will celebrate 37th birthday on a Wednesday 18th of January 2023. Below we countdown to John Farnworth upcoming birthday.