Ampadu, Ethan

Birth Date

14th September 2000


Exeter, Devon



Biographical Text

Ethan Ampadu (born 14 September 2000) in Exeter and is the son of ex-professional footballer Kwame Ampadu.

Ethan is a product of the Exeter City youth academy.

On 9 August 2016, aged 15 years 10 months and 26 days, he made his debut for Exeter in a League Cup match against Brentford, becoming the club's youngest ever player, breaking an 87-year-old record set by Cliff Bastin, and being named man of the match

On 16 August 2016, he made his full league debut in a 1–0 home defeat against Crawley Town. He went on to make 8 league apperances, I FA cup apperances and 2 each in the EFL cup and trophy in 2016/17 for Exeter City

He is eligible to represent England, Ireland, Ghana and Wales but has chosen to play for the Dragons. He has already played for Wales at Under-19 level and was named their Young Player of the Year in 2016 - one of the youngest ever players to receive the accolade. Chris Coleman has been closely tracking the teenager’s progress and called him into his senior squad for a training camp in May 2017.

Ethan left Exeter City on the 1st July 2017 signing for Chelsea.



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