|Full name||William Becher|
|Date of birth||February 15, 1965|
|Place of birth||Wheeling, West Virginia, United States|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (1.80 m)|
|1984–1985||Lewis and Clark Community College|
|1986–1987||Sagamon State University|
|1987–1989||Fort Wayne Flames (indoor)||32||(6)|
|1989–1990||Indiana Kick (indoor)|
|1990–1991||New York Kick (indoor)|
|1991–1999||Harrisburg Heat (indoor)||315||(227)|
|1993–1994||Arizona Sandsharks (indoor)|
|1999–2000||St. Louis Ambush (indoor)||36||(19)|
|2004–||Harrisburg City Islanders|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Born in West Virginia, Becher grew up in St. Louis. He began his collegiate career at Lewis and Clark Community College. He then transferred to Sangamon State University. In 1986, Becher was a Third Team NAIA All American. In 1987, he scored the winning goal as Sangamon won the NAIA national men's soccer championship and Becher was named the tournament MVP.
In 1987, Becher turned professional with the Fort Wayne Flames of the American Indoor Soccer Association. He played two season with the Flames. When the Flames folded in 1989, Becher moved to the newly created Indiana Kick. In 1990, the Kick moved to New York to become the New York Kick. Becher began the 1990-1991 AISA season with the Kick, but left the team in January 1991 after the team cut salaries. In 1991, Becher played for the Colorado Foxes in the American Professional Soccer League. In 1993 and 1994, Becher played summer seasons with the Arizona Sandsharks of the Continental Indoor Soccer League. On October 22, 1999, the Heat traded Becher to the St. Louis Ambush for undisclosed considerations. He spent one season with the Ambush, then retired from professional soccer. He also played for the Hershey Impact.
Statistics as of conclusion to the 2016 season
|Harrisburg City Islanders||2004||present||308||130||81||97||42.21|