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Coniah Boyce-Clarke
Coniah Boyce-Clarke

Coniah Boyce-Clarke signed a new professional contract at Reading in May this year and continues to attract admiring glances from some of Europe’s biggest clubs.

The talented 17-year-old goalkeeper is targeting a first-team spot at the Madejski Stadium this season after impressing during 10 appearances for the Royals U23s in 2018/19. Coniah made his U23s debut aged just 15, which probably explains why coaches both at Reading and England are so excited by his potential.

Coniah also impressed for England at the Val de Marne tournament in France in 2018, winning the Golden Glove award.

Most recently, in September, Coniah joined Jadan in lifting the Syrenka Cup with England, where the shot-stopper saved two penalties in the shootout, beating hosts Poland.

For Reading’s U23s this season, Coniah keeps on excelling and at his rapid development, a first-team spot beckons for the teenager.

Honours List: Syrenka Cup

The Story On And Off The Pitch

  • November 2018

    Premier League U18s Debut

    Coniah makes his Premier League U18s debut in 2-0 home defeat to West Ham.

  • December 2018


    At just 15-years-old, Coniah makes his debut for Reading’s U23 side in 2-1 Premier League Cup win against Fulham.

  • April 2019

    Development Squad Regular

    After playing frequently for Reading’s development squad, Coniah earns a start in the Premier League International Cup against eventual winners Bayern Munich in 3-1 loss at the Madejski Stadium.

  • May 2019


    Coniah signs his first professional contract at Reading, with the Royals offering the 16-year-old goalkeeper a long-term deal until 2023.

  • September 2019


    After featuring throughout England U17s Syrenka Cup campaign, Coniah stars in penalty-shootout victory over hosts Poland, saving two penalties in the final to lift the trophy.

  • January 2020

    First-Team Experience

    Despite being an unused substitute, Coniah earns a place on Reading’s first-team bench in a fourth-round FA Cup tie against Cardiff at the Madejski Stadium.