15 Facts About Chris Bart-Williams


Christopher Gerald McClellan Bart-Williams was born on 16 June 1974 and is an English football coach and former professional footballer.


Chris Bart-Williams played in the Football League for Leyton Orient and Ipswich Town, in Cyprus with APOEL and in Malta with Marsaxlokk.


Chris Bart-Williams was capped by England at youth level and went on to play for England under-21s and was called up to train with the senior squad although he never won a full England cap.


When he was just 16 years old, Chris Bart-Williams launched his professional career with Leyton Orient.


Chris Bart-Williams made 36 appearances with the club and scored twice.


Once with Sheffield Wednesday, Chris Bart-Williams got a place in the first team immediately despite his young age.


Chris Bart-Williams began his career playing as an attacking midfielder.


In December 2001, Chris Bart-Williams left Forest, signing for Charlton Athletic, initially on a short-term contract.


Chris Bart-Williams was released the end of the season and decided to move away from English football.


Chris Bart-Williams had been linked with a return to Nottingham Forest, although the rumour was denied by Forest.


Chris Bart-Williams served as an assistant for the Boston Breakers, a team in the WPSL.


Chris Bart-Williams was head coach of their reserve squads under the SoccerPlus Connecticut club.


Chris Bart-Williams joined the Quinnipiac University men's soccer program as an assistant coach, helping to lead them to a 2013 MAAC Conference championship and the first round of the NCAA tournament.


Chris Bart-Williams served as an assistant coach for the Quinnipiac University men's soccer team for six years.


Chris Bart-Williams is a consultant to Charlotte Soccer Academy's US Soccer Development Academy program and is the head of Gulliver Schools' boys' soccer program in Miami, Florida.