James Pritchett (footballer)
|Full name||James Keith Pritchett|
|Date of birth||1 July 1982|
|Place of birth||Watford, England|
|Auckland City FC|
|2005–2011||Auckland City FC||44|
|2012–||Auckland City FC|
|1999||New Zealand U-17|
|2003–2004||New Zealand U-19|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
James Keith Pritchett (born 1 July 1982 in Watford, England) is an association football player who represented New Zealand as a defender at both age group and senior international level. He is the son of former New Zealand manager Keith Pritchett.
His senior career included one season with the Football Kingz, New Zealand's professional franchise in the Australian NSL He represented Auckland City FC at the 2006 FIFA Club World Cup, where they lost against Al Ahly and Jeonbuk Hyundai.
Pritchett was included in the New Zealand under-17 side for the 1999 FIFA under-17 World Cup hosted by New Zealand, appearing in all three group games. He also represented New Zealand at under-23 level in New Zealand's failed bid to qualify for the 2004 Olympics.
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