Kevin Eddie Lewis Betsy is a former professional footballer. He is currently England U18s head coach. He started his career with Woking but went on to make a name for himself with Fulham where he became part of the squad that earned promotions in 1999 and 2001 that made the club a Premier League team. He made one appearance in the top tier of English football but became the first Seychellois player to play in the Premier League. He then also spent time on loan with Bournemouth, Hull City, and Barnsley before joining the latter on a permanent deal in 2002. Betsy made 94 league appearances, scoring 15 goals in a two-year period with the Tykes before moving to Hartlepool United. His time with Pool was short and he moved on to Oldham Athletic and then Wycombe Wanderers. In 2007, he signed for Bristol City and whilst there spent loan spells with Yeovil Town and Walsall. A year after signing for City he moved on again to Southend United before returning to Wycombe following a loan spell.
About Kevin Betsy
Journeyman midfielder who joined the Seychelles national team in 2011.
Kevin Betsy Before Fame
He started playing soccer when he was only five-years-old.
Achievement of Kevin Betsy
In 1998, he was named Conference National Player of the Year while playing with Woking.
Kevin Betsy Family Life
He was born in Woking, England.
Associations of Kevin Betsy
He and Clint Dempsey both played for Fulham FC.
Information related to Kevin Betsy
- Fleet Town F.C. players
- Seychelles international footballers
- Seychellois footballers
- Fulham F.C. non-playing staff
- Alumni of Staffordshire University
- Bognor Regis Town F.C. players
- Woking F.C. players
- England semi-pro international footballers
- Wycombe Wanderers F.C. players
- Yeovil Town F.C. players