15 Facts About Lewis Young


Lewis Jack Young was born on 27 September 1989 and is an English former professional footballer who played as a right back.


Lewis Young joined League Two side Burton Albion on 22 July 2010, following an extended trial period.


Lewis Young made his debut for the Brewers in a League Two match against Oxford United on 7 August 2010.


In March 2011, Lewis Young joined Forest Green Rovers on a short-term loan deal.


Lewis Young played just once for Forest Green before being recalled by Burton because of an injury crisis.


On 7 July 2011, Lewis Young joined Northampton Town on a one-year deal, after a successful trial.


Lewis Young went onto appear in thirty league games for the Cobblers before leaving in June 2012 on the expiry of his contract.

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On 2 July 2012, Lewis Young signed for League One side Yeovil Town on a one-year contract, linking up with former manager Gary Johnson.


On 31 August 2013, Lewis Young was released by Yeovil after the expiry of his short-term contract, in total he made 17 appearances in his twelve months with the Glovers.


On 20 September 2013, Lewis Young joined Football Conference side Aldershot Town on a six-month contract.


Lewis Young joined Crawley Town on 14 July 2014 on a one-year deal, becoming Crawley Town's 11th summer signing.


Lewis Young signed a two-year contract extension in the summer of 2020.


Lewis Young announced his retirement from professional football in August 2021, due to recurring injuries.


Lewis Young took up a coaching role at Crawley Town.


On 27 November 2022, Lewis Young was announced to have left Crawley with immediate effect, the appointment of Matthew Etherington as manager being announced shortly after.