Bray Wanderers First Team 2023:

Squad page will be updated when full details are issued by the Club

Darren Craven

Squad Number 17
(DOB 12/02/1995)
Darren played in the Leinster Senior League with his local side Malahide United from 2014 and captained then to the Leinster Senior League title in 2020. Signing for Bray in 2021, in 2022 he moved to Longford Town, returning to Bray for the 2023 season.

Ben Feeney

Squad Number 15
(DOB 18/03/2003)
Ben Feeney came through the underage ranks at Cabinteely. As an 18-year-old, he broke into the first team in 2021. He scored three goals in 13 appearances and was named U19 player of the year. He signed for Bray in December 2021.

Jack Hudson

Squad Number 4
(DOB 27/07/1999)
Jack Hudson came through the underage ranks at Cabinteely FC from 2016, and was promoted to the senior panel in 2017. The 23-year-old went on to make 46 appearances. In 2022 he moved to Bray in the merger of the clubs.

Conor Knight

Squad number 20
Conor joined his brother Kevin at Bray in 2022 (his other brother, Jason, was with Derby county). He came through the under-age ranks at Stradbrook, joining the first team in mid-2021 and making 12 appearances with them after that.

Luka Lovic

Squad Number 6
(DOB 28/3/1999)
Luka played underage football with Bushy Park Rangers and Knocklyon United before joining UCD’s U17 squad for the 2015 and 2016 seasons. In 2017 he progressed to the club’s U19 side. Luka joined Bray Wanderers in 2019 and made 19 appearances in all competitions in the 2019 season and scored once. He signed for Wexford in January 2022 and returned to Bray for the 2023 season,

Chris Lyons

(DOB: 08/05/93, Dublin), Forward
Squad number 9
Chris was at Belvedere before joining UCD in 2011. At the end of the 2012 season he left UCD to sign for Bohemians. In February 2014 he joined the Shamrock Rovers B team for their inaugural season in the First Division. He signed for Bray in December 2014 and since then had brief spells with Sligo Rovers and Shelbourne before spending five years with Drogheda United. He rejoined Bray for the 2023 season.

Dane Massey

Squad number 14
(DOB 17/04/88, Dublin)
Dane normally plays at left back and made the breakthrough to the senior team from the Under-20s in 2008. He made his debut in a League Cup tie against Shamrock Rovers in May 2008. Supporters Club player of the month for April 2010. Dane joined Dundalk in December 2012, and was part of their squad during the club's best award-winning period to date. He then spent two years at Drogheda before returning to Bray for 2023. Vice Captain that season.

Stephen McGuinness

Squad Number 1
(DOB: 10/03/95)
Previously Bray's Under-19 team first choice keeper, Stephen made his senior debut in the Leinster Senior Cup victory over Tolka Rovers in May 2013. He made an impressive first team contribution in 2014 in the absence of Darren Quigley. Supporters Club Player of the Month for April 2014 and June 2015. Signed for Drogheda in February 2016, and moved to Drogheda two years later. He spent two years with Cabinteely and signed for Bohemians in 2020. In 2022 he returned to Bray.

Callum Thompson

Squad Number 16
(DOB 20/04/2001)
Callum Thompson joined Wolverhampton Wanderers from St Josephs Boys in 2017, and traveled with the Republic of Ireland U17 to the Euros that year. Callum signed for Bohemians in February 2020 on loan from Wolves until July, and for Bray Wanderers following his release by Wolves. Moving to Longford at the end of 2020, he was back in Bray by mid-year, and signed for the Seagulls again for 2023.

David Webster

Squad number 5
(DOB 08/09/89)
Dave ended the 2014 season as Wanderers' longest serving player having made his debut on 05 May 2008 in a League Cup match at the Carlisle in which Wanderers defeated Shamrock Rovers 1-0. He made his 150th appearance for Bray Wanderers in all competitions against Sligo Rovers in March 2014. Supporters club player of the month for May 2014. He signed for Shamrock Rovers in November 2014 and following two years with the Hoops was briefly with Waterford and St Patricks Athletic before spending two seasons in Ballybofey. He returned to Bray for 2023, becoming Club Captain for that season.

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