Adam Hammill

Adam James Hammill ( born January 25, 1988 in Liverpool) is an English football player who has stood in 2013 at Huddersfield Town under contract.


Hammill began his career in the youth academy of FC Liverpool, where he came in 1995 as a 7- year-old. With the youth team the Reds he won the 2006 FA Youth Cup. Hammill is described as an extravagant and creative midfielder. The Englishman played on the sides or as a hanging tip. The midfielder has a good technique, is quick and has a good beginning. Many of his admirers compared Hammill early with players like Cristiano Ronaldo and Joe Cole. Internationally, he played six times for the English U-19 selection, scoring two goals. On 18 January 2007, the British moved on loan to Scotland Dunfermline Athletic. With the Scots, he reached the final of the Scottish Cup in 2007.

More rental stations were then FC Southampton ( July 2007-March 2008 ) and the FC Blackpool ( July 2008 to end of 2008 ), before becoming a Players out on loan from February 2008 reiterated the season at Barnsley FC to an end. On 10 August 2009 he signed a new three-year contract with the club last mentioned. Hard Written in the contract was reportedly a release clause that allowed him for a committed fee of 500,000 pounds a further change. This took the Wolverhampton Wanderers true in January 2011 and undertook Hammill for another 3 ½ years.

On June 25, 2013 Hammill moved to second division club Huddersfield Town.


  • FA Youth Cup: 2006