Adam Farrell from Dublin, Ireland, is a Sports Consultant working primarily with student-athletes from the UK & Ireland. He is based in Odense, Denmark.
Adam Farrell from Dublin, Ireland, played one season at Davenport University (Michigan) in NAIA, where he managed to win the WHAC conference championship and reach the Elite 8 of the NAIA National Tournament. From there, Adam transferred to University of North Georgia in the Peach-Belt conference in NCAA D2, where he played for a further three seasons. He was part of the 2017 squad who had the best year in the program’s history and as captain of the team, he was rewarded with several accolades on multiple different occasions throughout his career at UNG. Such as, PBC 1st and 2nd all-conference team, PBC all-tournament team, and United Soccer Coaches All-Region 3rd team.
Before moving to the United States. Adam played at the highest youth level in Ireland for Shelbourne FC (where he made his senior team debut in a friendly game versus Ipswich town at just 16 years of age) and then played for Drogheda United later in his youth career. Along the way, he also managed to pick up two underage caps for the Republic of Ireland.
Adam obtained his bachelor’s degree in Business Management from UNG in 2019. He then moved to Odense, Denmark, where he is preparing to graduate with a master’s degree in International Business and Management from University of Southern Denmark.
“Studying and playing soccer in the US has given me memories and life experiences that I will never forget. The journey itself, has not only helped me to grow academically and athletically, but it has helped to shape me into the person I am today. At CSUSA, I hope to assist many players and students from my home country and around the world to reach their goals on and off the field, and to make the most of this once in a lifetime opportunity”
FAVORITE PLACE IN THE USA:
FAVORITE FORMER COLLEGE ATHLETE:
Tiger Woods – Golf (Stanford University)
FAVORITE MOMENT IN COLLEGE CAREER:
Scoring in a 3-2 win at home to Francis Marion in 2017 and being able to run to the stands to celebrate with my family that came to visit from Ireland. It was a special feeling as without them, none this would have been possible!
“The greatness of a man is not how much wealth he acquires, but in his integrity and his ability to affect those around him positively.” – Bob Marley