John Terry’s Wife

John Terry Premier League Trophy

John Terry is married to Toni Terry, and they have twin daughters together. They have been childhood sweethearts since meeting at the age of 14, and have been together ever since. Toni is a professional dressage rider who has competed in some major events such as the London International Horse Show at Olympia.

Toni has also written a fitness book called The Buddy Workout: Get Fit with Family and Friends for a Healthier, Happier You!

The synopsis reads: “The Buddy Workout will chronicle Toni’s journey from her battle with a serious back condition as a teenager, to busy family life with world-class footballer John Terry and her passion for fitness and maintaining a healthy lifestyle. Toni’s easy-to-follow fitness programme includes workouts she does on a regular basis with her trainer Bradley Simmonds, and she’ll also provide ideas for 5-minute workouts you can build into your busy life, top tips for keeping motivated and looking your best, as well as delicious and nutritious recipes you can share with family and friends.”

John and Toni are an well-known couple, and their long-lasting relationship has cemented the pair as one of the most iconic couples in English football. Their twin daughters are sure to grow up hearing all about their father’s incredible achievements on the pitch, ensuring that John Terry’s legacy lives on for many years to come.​

John Terry and family

Who is John Terry?

John Terry needs no introduction to Chelsea and England fans. He is one of the most decorated footballers in the modern game, with a trophy cabinet that would put many teams to shame. He has won every major club honour during his time at Chelsea, as well as captaining his country on many occasions.

Terry first joined Chelsea’s youth academy as a 14-year-old in 1995, and made his first team debut four years later. He was fast-tracked into the first team due to injuries and suspensions, but never looked back from there.

Over the years he went on to make over 700 appearances for Chelsea FC, amassing an incredible 59 England caps along the way. He has won the Premier League, FA Cup, Champions League and Europa League with Chelsea and was named in the PFA Team of the Year four times as well as being appointed captain of England in 2006.

A true legend of the game, John Terry has left an indelible mark on English football. His name will never be forgotten by fans of both Chelsea and England.​