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Britannia Player Profile: Adam Williams

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Adam Williams Player Profile

Adam Williams has been playing soccer competitively since the age of 13. Before moving to America, Adam had played for a number of teams in England.

Having played 72 games and scoring 87 goals, he can boast an average of 1.2 goals per game. During these years he had many outstanding highlights including:

  • Golden Boot Award 2012/13 season with 43 goals in 20 games
  • Managers Player of the Year Award
  • Debut hat trick for Coventry against Northampton Town FC

Adam also has a number of coaching badges that he obtained while in England which you can see on his coaching profile.

Bringing his talents to the state of Texas has seen him flourish and grow as a player. Playing for William B Travis High School as a junior on the Varsity Soccer Team, Adam managed to bag himself 16 goals in 17 games including back to back hat tricks. He earned the Offense M.V.P. award as well as being voted onto the UIL All District First Team.

You can see some of his impressive highlights in the video below.

Adam also impressed during the Summer by playing for the Houston Dutch Lions on both their U18 and U23 squad, including another back to back hat trick and a goal against C.F. Monterrey U17's in a friendly.

As well as coaching, Adam also joins in with our U16 Player Development Academy group. He works on improving his own game as well as the other players by pushing them and guiding them during the session.

With the 2016-17 season just around the corner, Adam is looking forward to pushing on with his Soccer and hopefully finding himself a College place where he can study and play!

Congratulations Adam!


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