Steven Sessegnon has spent his entire career at Fulham, joining at Under-9 level alongside his twin brother Ryan.
He suffered a very unfortunate knee injury playing for England Under-16s in America in 2015/16, but battled back to make his comeback for Fulham U18s early on the following season.
The following season he was a mainstay in the team, often selected to captain the side. He was also called up to the PL2 side by Peter Grant, and helped England Under-17 qualify for the Euros being held in the summer.
In the summer of 2017 he signed his first professional contract and subsequently went on to make his senior debut in the 2-0 Carabao Cup victory over Wycombe Wanderers in August.
In October 2017, he played a key role in England's Under-17 World Cup win, featuring five times - including in the Final - and laying on a number of assists as the Young Lions brought the trophy home from India.
The 2019/20 season was when Sessegnon began to truly establish himself in the First Team picture at Fulham, impressive with his committed performances on the right of defence.