ADAM SCHNEIDER - ST. KILDA FOOTBALL CLUB

ADAM SCHNEIDER - ST. KILDA FOOTBALL CLUB

Hailing from Osborne in south-western NSW, Adam is a great ball-winner with neat skills. He was an outstanding junior which saw him awarded the McLean Medal for best player in division two at the AFL National Under 16 Championships,

Melbourne, VIC, Australia
Hailing from Osborne in south-western NSW, Adam is a great ball-winner with neat skills. He was an outstanding junior which saw him awarded the McLean Medal for best player in division two at the AFL National Under 16 Championships, Adam has continued to impress the football world since then.
 
Adam was drafted by the Swans at the 2001 National AFL Draft, after playing for the NSW-ACT Rams in the National AFL Under 18 Championships.
 
2003 was a breakthrough year for Adam when he play every match of the season an kicked a total of 30 goals.
 
Season 2004 was interrupted by an ongoing hamstring injury but in 2005 Adam came back stronger and quicker playing 16 senior games and securing himself a spot in the Grand Final against West Coast where he enjoyed premiership success.
 
Adam was traded to the Saints at the completion of the 2007 season where the Saints have utilised his line breaking abilities in the midfield. Adam stepped up his form in the second half of the season after settling nicely during the first half of the season in the Saints line up, and finished off what was a very impressive debut year for his new club.
 
Adam is based in Melbourne and is available for appearances and Q&A.
 
Playing Honours:
  • International Rules Series 2006
  • 2005 Sydney Swans Premiership Player
  • AFL Rising Star Nominee 2003
Draft History:
  • Selection 60 in the 2001 National AFL Draft
  • Traded for Selection 26 in the 2007 NAB AFL Draft

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