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Adam Cunnington

Position: Striker.

Age 30 (7 Oct, 1987)           Height 6ft 3in (1.91M)

Previous Club: Bromley       Born: Leighton Buzzard

Much travelled, Adam, has now clocked up more appearances for BTFC than any other club during his career (45 at Tamworth in 2012-13). Signed from National League side, Bromley, in February 2017, he brings a wealth of both League and non-league experience. Scored 26 Goals in all competitions in 2017-18.

A regular goal-scorer, and focal point of the Billericay attack, he contributes heavily in terms of assists and provides an outlet when under pressure. Lauded for his undoubted aerial prowess, his ability on the deck is not always appreciated. In December 2017, he scored the 100th goal in the BTFC treble winning season with a strike at home v Merstham in an entertaining draw.

Adam has played for Barton Rovers, Leighton, Aylesbury Town and Hitchin Town but came to prominence at Barwell with 36 goals in 40 games. This earnt him a move to the Conference North side, Solihull Moors, in 2010/11 and then on to Kettering Town and Dagenham & Redbridge under John Still. In 2012/13, Adam then scored heavily in a struggling Tamworth side where he finished as Conference 2nd top scorer with 21 goals.

A move in 2013-14 to Cambridge United followed, which saw Adam score 10 goals in 31 games. He was part of the side that won promotion to the Football League, playing in the 2013-14 play-off final. After a spell back on loan at Bristol Rovers, in January 2015, he joined National South outfit, Ebbsfleet. Finishing his first season with ten goals in 19 games, Adam found first team opportunities limited the following year.  In December 2015, he moved to Bromley, scoring 3 times in 21 games.

We signed Adam in a triple swoop on Bromley also bringing in current BTFC shot-stopper Alan Julian and former Blues centre-back, Rob Swaine.



2016-17: League 14 (1) – 6 Goals; Cup 2(1) – 1 goal

2017-18: League 23 (18) – 17 Goals; Cup 14 (6) – 9 Goals

BTFC Debut

11 February, 2017, 2-1 v Harrow Borough

First Goal

15 February, 2017, 6-0 v Needham Market

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