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Luke Adams (footballer)

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Full name  Luke Adams
0000–2009  Waitakere United
Career start  2009
Number  5
Height  1.85 m
Playing position  Centre back
Role  Footballer
Name  Luke (footballer)

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Date of birth  (1994-05-08) 8 May 1994 (age 21)
Current team  New Zealand national football team (Defender)

Place of birth  Melbourne, Australia

Luke Adams is a New Zealand international footballer who plays as a defender. He currently plays for South Melbourne in the NPL Victoria in Australia.


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In 2012, Adams joined the English club Derby County F.C. on a one-year contract. In 2013, Adams signed a one-year contract with Wellington Phoenix. In May 2014, Adams was called into the All Whites squad for a 30 May friendly in Auckland against South Africa by interim coach Neil Emblen. In September 2014, Adams returned to Waitakere United. In January 2015, Adams signed with Australian football club South Melbourne FC.

International career

After representing various New Zealand youth teams, including at the 2011 U-17 World Cup and the 2013 U-20 World Cup, Adams was a member of the New Zealand U-23s squad at the 2015 Pacific Games.

He made his debut for the senior New Zealand national football team in a 2016 OFC Nations Cup 3–1 win over Fiji.

In June 2016, Adams scored the winner in a 1-0 win over the Solomon Islands. The match was a World Cup qualifier.

International goals

As of match played 4 June 2016. New Zealand score listed first, score column indicates score after each Adams goal.


South Melbourne
  • National Premier Leagues Victoria Championship: 2016
  • National Premier Leagues Victoria Premiership : 2015
  • Dockerty Cup: 2015
  • Country

    New Zealand
  • OFC Nations Cup: 2016
  • OFC U-20 Championship: 2013
  • OFC U-17 Championship: 2011
  • References

    Luke Adams (footballer) Wikipedia