Nicky Adler during training
Nicky Adler played in youth at SG rotation Leipzig and VfB Leipzig.
From 2003, Adler played in the reserve team of the TSV 1860 Munich, with which he took first in the Bavarian League and from 2004 in the Regionalliga Süd. His achievements during this period were considered outstanding. At the beginning of the season 2005/ 06 drew eagle on the second-division squad of lions.
For the 2007 /08 season of first division 1 FC Nuremberg Eagle undertook a free transfer. There he came to thirteen league operations, said he was only five times in the starting lineup and played only one time over the full period. There were also a brief appearance in the DFB Cup and three matches in the UEFA Cup, in which he was always replaced. A goal or template could succeed him here before. At the end of the season Adler left the relegated club.
For the season 2008/09 Nicky Adler joined the also descended MSV Duisburg. His first goal for the zebras he succeeded on the fifteenth game against RW Oberhausen. In the summer of 2010 he moved to 42 second-division games ( 5 goals) for MSV to second-division promoted VfL Osnabrück.
For the 2011/12 season signed a one-year contract with Adler Wacker Burghausen, where he met his former coach from MSV Duisburg Rudi Bommer. In the first half of the striker was able to achieve eight goals, including a brace against SpVgg Unterhaching, which earned him including a nomination for player of the month. Due to injury, fell eagle dark for a long time. Under the new Wacker coach Reinhard Stumpf he came increasingly to use until shortly before the end of the season. After Sebastian Glasner he was at the end of the season 's second leading scorer on the team Burghauser. For the 2012/13 season Nicky Adler goes to the 2nd Bundesliga for SV Sandhausen.
- Master of the Bavarian League ( 1): 2004
- Promotion to the Regionalliga: 2008