Facts About Adam Rooney
|Celebrated Name||Adam Rooney|
|Age||35 Years Old|
|Birth Name||Adam Christopher David Rooney|
|Place Of Birth||Dublin, Ireland|
|Source of Wealth||Football career|
|Net Worth||$1 million to $5million|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
|Current Team||Solihull Moors|
|Links||Wikipedia Instagram Twitter|
Adam Christopher David Rooney, excellently known as Adam Rooney is an Irish professional footballer who plays as a striker for National League club Solihull Moors. His jersey number/shirt number is 9 for the team. He made his senior career debut in 2006 for Stoke City and spent most of his time there on loan. He'd then join Inverness Caledonian Thistle from 2008 until 2011 and Birmingham City from 2011 until 2013. He played for Oldham Athletic for a season, and then in 2014, he joined Aberdeen FC. He previously played his youth soccer in 2004 at Crumlin United, and in 2005 at Stoke City. Adam recorded a hat trick in just his second start at Stoke City and spent four-and-a-half seasons with Aberdeen before returning to England to sign for Salford City. Moreover, he scored a contentious penalty against Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup to get his first goal of the 2021/2022 season.
- Being an Irish professional footballer.
- For playing as a striker for National League club Solihull Moors.
Where is Adam Rooney from?
Adam Rooney stepped for the very first time into the world on 21st April 1988 with the real name of Adam Christopher David Rooney in Dublin, Ireland. He is of Irish nationality and he belongs to the Irish-white ethnicity. Similarly, his religious belief is in the Christian religion. Adam has celebrated his 33rd birthday as of 2021 and as per his birthdate, his star sign is Taurus. Thus, his race is white. Adam's parents' details have not been disclosed yet however we know that he has an older brother Mark who was also a professional footballer.
What does Adam Rooney do for a living?
- Adam Rooney jumps off his career signing for Stoke City in the summer of 2005, after spells with Home Farm, Cherry Orchard, and Crumlin United. He made his debut at academy and reserves levels, before making his first-team debut as a second-half substitute against Tamworth in the FA Cup.
- On 17th April 2006, he scored his first goal for Stoke against Reading and he scored a hat-trick against already relegated Brighton & Hove Albion in the final fixture of the 2005-2006 season to become Stoke's youngest ever hat-trick score in only his second full start for Stoke City.
- Then he joined Yeovil Town on loan for a month on 16th March 2007 as the loan was later extended until the end of the season. However, he returned to Stoke on 9th May 2007, after making one start and two substitute appearances for Yeovil.
- In August 2007, he joined League Two side, Chesterfield, on a four-month loan.
Inverness Caledonian Thistle
- Inverness Caledonian Thistle announced Adam's signing on a three-year deal where he scored his first goal for Inverness in a 2-1 defeat at home to St Mirren, which was the SPL's 6000th goal.
- He was awarded the "Irn Bru Phenomenal" First Division Player of the Year award in the 2009-2010 season.
- Also, he was the top scorer in the First Division with 24 goals, 27 in all competitions, the last of which was scored against Dundee in the last fixture of the season.
- Rooney signed a two-year deal with Championship side Birmingham City and made his league debut for the club on the opening day of the new season, playing the whole of a 2-1 defeat at Derby County.
- His first competitive goal for the club came from the penalty spot to open the scoring away at Middlesbrough on 21st August; Middlesbrough came back to win 3-1. He also scored the following week against Watford.
- He scored his first European goal as Birmingham beat NK Maribor 1-0 in the last game of the Europa League group stage, but a draw between the other two teams in the group meant Birmingham failed to progress to the last 32.
Swindon Town (loan)
- Adam joined League One club Swindon Town on loan for the season with a view to a permanent transfer on the last day of the August 2012 transfer window. Swindon defender Paul Caddis moved in the other direction, also on loan for the season.
- Rooney signed a two-year contract with Oldham, with an option of a further year on 1st August where he scored his first goals for the club against Port Vale, scoring twice in a 3-1 win at Boundary Park.
- Rooney signed a two-and-a-half-year contract with Scottish Premiership side Aberdeen on 23rd January 2014 and scored on his debut two days later in a 2-2 draw with Motherwell at Fir Park, and scored his second in as many matches, as well as crossing for Jonny Hayes' opening goal, as Aberdeen beat St Johnstone 4-0 to progress to the 2014 Scottish League Cup Final.
- He scored his fifth goal in six appearances on 25th February and scored his sixth goal in eight appearances in a 1-0 Scottish Cup quarter-final win over Dumbarton on 8th March 2014.
- He began for Aberdeen against his former club Inverness in the 2014 Scottish League Cup Final and was voted Scottish Professional Football Player of the Month for February 2014.
- He started the 2014-2015 season strongly by scoring two goals in a 5-200 home victory against FK Daugava Riga in the first qualifying round of the Europa League. He continued his strong start with a first-half hat-trick in a 3-0 away win in the second leg.
- As well, he scored his first league goal of the season in a 3-0 win against Ross County and continued his scoring exploits four days later with his second hat-trick for the Dons and tenth goal of the season in a 4-0 League Cup win against Livingston.
- He continued his good form and scored his 14th goal of the season by converting a penalty in a 1-0 victory away against Partick Thistle on 23rd November.
- Rooney signed a contract extension running until the summer of 2018 on 22nd December and scored 28 goals in total for the season and finished the top scorer in the Scottish Premiership.
- He signed a four-year contract extension at Aberdeen on 5th August 2016 and scored his 100th Scottish League goal on 31st March 2017, in a 7-0 victory over Dundee.
- He opened the scoring after just 12 seconds as Aberdeen won 3-2 against Hibernian on 22nd April 2017, in the semi-final of the Scottish Cup.
- Adam signed a three-year contract with Salford City of the National League on 19th July 2018; the fee was undisclosed. He made his debut in the opening match of the 2018-2019 season on 4th August, playing the whole match as Salford drew 1-1 at home to Leyton Orient.
- Adam joined the National League club, Solihull Moors, on 13th March 2020 on a contract to run until the end of the 2021-2022 season. The fee was undisclosed. Later that day, elite football in England was suspended because of the COVID-19 pandemic.
- It was nearer seven: on 17th October, Rooney started Solihull Moors' match at home to Boreham Wood and, playing with ten men for most of the match after Darren Carter was sent off, he scored the only goal after 75 minutes.
- He scored a contentious penalty against Wigan Athletic in the FA Cup to get his first goal of the 2021/2022 season.
- Adam Rooney played for the Republic of Ireland under-18 team in the 2005 European Youth Olympic Festival in Lignano Sabbiadoro; he scored twice as Ireland beat Switzerland to win the bronze medal.
- He scored a hat-trick in the Ireland under-19s' 3-0 win over Bulgaria in the elite qualifying phase of the 2007 European Under-19 Championships on 14th May 2007.
- He was capped nine times for the under-21 team between 2007 and 2010 as well as he was called up to the senior Republic of Ireland squad in August 2015 for the first time with manager Martin O'Neill including him in a 37-man preliminary squad to face Gibraltar and Georgia in Euro 2016 qualifiers.
- Solihull Moors on 13/03/2020
- Salford City on 19/07/2018
- Oldham Athletic on 01/08/2013 for free
- Birmingham City on 31/05/2013 at the end of the loan
- Swindon Town on 31/08/2012 at loan
- Birmingham City on 01/07/2011 for free
- Inverness Caledonian Thistle on 01/07/2008 for 65k €
- Stoke City on 01/05/2008 at the end of loan
- Bury on 01/02/2008 for loan
- Stoke City on 01/12/2007 at the end of loan
- Chesterfield on 01/08/2007 for loan
- Stoke City on 01/05/2007 at the end of loan
- Yeovil Town on 01/03/2007 From Stoke City for loan
Awards and Achievements
Inverness Caledonian Thistle
- Scottish Football League First Division: 2009-2010
- Scottish League Cup: 2013-2014
Republic of Ireland U18
- European Youth Olympic Festival: 2005 Bronze Medal
Who is Adam Rooney Married To?
Adam Rooney is a married guy. He tied a knot with a beautiful lady whose details have not been shared yet. It is only a matter of time until Adam reveals any facts or clues about his relationship status and we will update you as soon as he does.
But, we found that he is a father of two children. Talking about Adam's sexual orientation, he is straight.
What is the Net Worth of Adam Rooney?
Adam Rooney is a talented guy who has a net worth of between $1 million to $5million as of 2021 whereas he has also a handsome amount of salary which is also in millions of dollars per year. Rooney's current market value is €525 Thousand as of 8th April 2020 and his highest market value is €750 Thousand as of 3rd February 2011. Adam has not done any endorsement work yet. In addition, his major source of income is from his football career.
How tall is Adam Rooney?
Adam Rooney is 1.78 m (5 ft 10 in) tall and his body weighs around 83 kg. He has blonde short hair and dark brown eyes color. Adam's physique combined with his perfect height and masculine look takes him to the top of the desired list in the young gen women. Moreover, his body build type is athletic.
Trivias About Adam Rooney You Need To Know.
- Adam played his youth soccer in 2004 at Crumlin United, and in 2005 at Stoke City.
- He recorded a hat trick in just his second start at Stoke City.
- In 2013 he began playing for Oldham Athletic, which is supported by former Manchester United star Paul Scholes.
- His brother, Mark Rooney, is also a professional soccer player.
- He played for Oldham Athletic for a season, and then in 2014, he joined Aberdeen FC.