|Date of birth||20 October 1990|
|Place of birth||Maharashtra, India|
|Height||1.65 m (5 ft 5 in)|
|2014 (loan)||Sporting Goa||8||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 30 May 2015.
Royston D'Souza was born on 20 October 1990. He was selected for the U10 team at his high school, Don Bosco in which marked the beginning of his football journey. He then went on to represent the Maharashtra football team at u16 level while still continuing to rise through the age groups at Don Bosco. While in High School Dsouza was also a hockey player as well as a footballer but in the end chose to be a footballer.
He then joined I-Leagues Mahindra United at the u19 level in 2008. While with the Mahindra youth team Dsouza was converted into an attacking midfielder. He stayed at Mahindra for one year before joining Bengal Mumbai FC, where Dsouza thought he would begin his professional career at during the I-League 2nd Division but Bengal Mumbai did not register for the 2nd Division and thus Dsouza barely played but in that time finished his studies.
Dsouza attended trials for I-League team Air India FC in August 2011 where after five days of training he had won a contract with the club. He then made his professional debut for Air India against Mumbai FC in the I-League on 23 October 2011. Air India lost 1–4.
Sporting Goa (loan)
On 15 February 2014 Dsouza signed for Sporting Clube de Goa on loan from Mumbai Tigers F.C.. He made his debut for Sporting Goa on 16 February 2014 in the I-League match against Pune F.C. at the Balewadi Sports Complex in which he came on as a substitute for Mauvin Borges in the 44th minute as Sporting Goa drew the match 1-1.
- As of 30 May 2015
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- Royston Dsouza at Soccerway