Date of birth
A look at the Albion defender's career.
A graduate of Albion's centre of excellence and scholarship system, Lewis Dunk made his first-team debut in the penultimate game of the 2009/10 season at MK Dons.
Dunk was the club’s youth team captain that season, and went on to impress in Albion’s reserve side and added to his first-team appearances in 2010/11, appearing eight times.
With Adam El-Abd out with a long-term injury, he made a first-team berth his own in 2011/12, and his form prompted a call up to the England under-21 squad.
After finding himself behind Gordon Greer and Matthew Upson, Dunk had a brief loan spell with Bristol City in 2013, but re-established himself as first-choice centre back during the 2014/15 season, finishing the season as top scorer and as runner-up to Inigo Calderon for the Player of the Season award.
Dunk has made over 160 appearances for the Seagulls, stepping in as captain when Bruno's unavailable, and has contributed to Albion's outstanding defensive record both home and away - which helped gain promotion to the Premier League.