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Andrew McNeil was born on 19 January, 1987 in Edinburgh, United Kingdom, is a Scottish footballer. Discover Andrew McNeil's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 37 years old?

Popular As Andrew David McNeil
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Age 37 years old
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Born 19 January, 1987
Birthday 19 January
Birthplace Edinburgh, Scotland
Nationality United Kingdom

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Andrew McNeil Height, Weight & Measurements

At 37 years old, Andrew McNeil height is 5ft 11in and Weight 201 lbs.

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Height 5ft 11in
Weight 201 lbs
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Andrew McNeil Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2023 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Whilst at Morton, McNeil coached at the Edusport Academy in Annan; until in January 2017 he moved to China to become reserve team goalkeeping coach at Guangzhou R&F. In June 2017, he was appointed as the goalkeeping coach of Guangzhou R&F's satellite team R&F (Hong Kong) in the Hong Kong Premier League.


McNeil signed for New Zealand ASB Premiership side Waibop United in July 2013. He returned to Scottish football in June 2014, signing for Airdrieonians. In May 2015 McNeil signed for Alloa Athletic, and was also working as goalkeeping coach at Edusport Academy. He left Alloa in 2016 and soon afterwards went on trial with Greenock Morton. McNeil signed full-time with Morton on a short-term deal until the end of the season. He agreed a year's contract extension in May 2016.


McNeil signed a one-year contract with Livingston in July 2011. McNeil left Livingston at the end of season 2012–13 after two years with the club.

After leaving Raith Rovers, McNeil was selected for the Great Britain team participating in the 2011 World University Games. McNeil was eligible for selection as he was studying at Telford College in Edinburgh for an HND in sports coaching.


McNeil signed a one-year contract with Third Division club Montrose in September 2009. McNeil played 29 times in the Third Division for Montrose before his contract expired at the end of the season. He helped the club to their best ever Scottish Cup run, which ended with a fifth round defeat against his former club Hibs.

McNeil signed a pre-contract agreement to join First Division club Raith Rovers at the official end of the 2009–10 season on 16 May. This deal was confirmed by the regulating body on 20 May. McNeil played regularly in a Raith side that challenged for promotion to the SPL, but the club were overhauled by Fife derby rivals Dunfermline in the final weeks of the season. McNeil was one of 15 players who were released by Raith at the end of the season due to financial cut-backs.


McNeil was previously with Hibernian, for whom he played in the 2007 Scottish League Cup Final win. He has also played in Scottish league football for Montrose, Raith Rovers, Livingston, Airdrieonians and Alloa Athletic. McNeil represented Scotland at three youth international levels.

He lost his place in the team at the start of the 2007–08 season after Collins signed Yves Makabu-Makalambay. He regained his place, however, later in the season after Makalambay sustained an injury. McNeil produced some good performances in this second period in the team, but lost his place early in the 2008–09 season after Makalambay returned. McNeil publicly stated that he couldn't understand why he had lost his place and that he expected to leave Hibs during 2009. One of Mixu Paatelainen's last acts as Hibs manager was to release McNeil.


McNeil agreed to be released from his contract when new Saints manager George Burley signed a rival young goalkeeper, Bartosz Białkowski, in January 2006. Despite occasionally appearing on the substitute's bench, he did not make a competitive appearance during his time with Southampton.

Two days after his departure from the St Mary's Stadium, McNeil returned to Edinburgh to sign for Hibernian. McNeil made his debut for Hibs in a 2–0 victory over Dunfermline Athletic on 30 December 2006 after manager John Collins had dropped Zbigniew Małkowski. He played in most of the games between then and the end of the season, including the 2007 Scottish League Cup Final.

McNeil was selected Scotland squad for the 2006 UEFA U–19 Championships. He was the first choice goalkeeper as the young Scots reached the final, only to lose 2–1 to Spain. Due to their performance in that competition, Scotland qualified for the 2007 FIFA U–20 World Cup hosted in Canada. McNeil was selected for all Scotland's matches as they were knocked out in the group phase.


A former student at Leith Academy, McNeil drew early inspiration towards goalkeeping from watching Jim Leighton play for his local side, Hibs. He opted to start his career in England, however, joining Southampton in August 2003 through the Southampton Academy system, earning a professional contract in 2004. He was a member of the Southampton youth team that reached the 2005 FA Youth Cup Final, losing on aggregate to Ipswich Town.


Andrew McNeil (born 19 January 1987 in Edinburgh) is a retired Scottish football goalkeeper who is currently the goalkeeping coach at Hong Kong Premier League club R&F (Hong Kong).