Andrew Owens joined Nomads in January 2018 and was handed the number 10 shirt at the Deeside Stadium. A nomadic player, the forward returned to the WPL from Altrincham.
He was born in Liverpool and began his career with his home town club Liverpool but later moved to Stoke City. After being released by Stoke he spent time with Stafford Rangers and Altrincham, before joining the Welsh Premier League with Rhyl. He made his debut in a 3'1 defeat to Bangor City.
A former member of the Glenn Hoddle Academy, Owens spent time on trial with Morecambe before joining Accrington Stanley in August 2010. It was announced by Accrington on 23 May that he would be released at the end of June 2011 when his current contract expired. He went on to join Southport on 13 July 2011 and made his competitive club debut on 13 August 2011 on the first day of the 2011'12 season.
Spells at Mansfield Town, Southport, AFC Telford United, Stockport County and Buxton followed before his move to Altrincham.
He won two England C caps in 2012, following in the footsteps of his father, the former Altrincham and England semi-pro international, John Owens.
|Date of Birth:||15/10/1989|
|Place of Birth:||Liverpool|
|Games:||England C (x 2)|
|Andrew's Stats:||This Season||Total|
|Total Games:||- / 0||-|