Goalkeeper Harvey Jay Cartwright grew up in Grimsby and was a City juniors product who made his debut in a September 2020 EFL Trophy tie against Leicester City. In September 2021 he joined Gainsborough Trinity on loan to gain experience, by the early weeks of 2022 he was City’s third choice netminder and made his League debut when Matt Ingram was injured at QPR, getting his first League start three days later against Barnsley.
In June 2022 he joined League One side Peterborough United on a season long loan, reuniting with former City manager Grant McCann. He debuted in an August 2022 EFL Trophy match against Stevenage but injury prevented him from playing again for the Posh and after McCann was dismissed in December 2022 his loan spell was cancelled a month later. In late January 2023 Harvey returned to League One, joining play-off contenders Wycombe Wanderers on loan for the remainder of the season.
Harvey was capped by England Under-18s in an October 2019 tour match against Austria and in November 2021 he was called into the England Under-20 squad. Again called into the Under-20 squad in March 2022, he played 90 minutes against Poland.
Date/Place of Birth: 9 May 2002, Grimsby
Hull City First Game: 8 September 2020, Leicester City H (EFL Trophy Group H), 18 years, 122 days old
Hull City Final Game: [current player]
Hull City (2020-current), Gainsborough Trinity (2021, loan), Peterborough United (2022-2023, loan), Wycombe Wanderers (2023, loan)
Hull City Record
Career: 3 apps, 0 goalsHarvey Cartwright