Sam Rodon joined Aberystwyth Town in July 2016 following one season in the WPL with Haverfordwest County, with whom he made 30 league appearances, scoring three times.
The centre-back was one of County's stand-out players in the WPL and also in the 2014/15 Welsh League winning season, when the Swansea-born stopper claimed his second Welsh League champions' medal.
Rodon joined the Bluebirds from West End after winning his first Welsh League winners' medal with the Swansea-based club at the end of the previous campaign.
He comes from a footballing pedigree as his grandfather, Peter Rodon, was a professional footballer with Swansea Town in the 1960's before going on to play for Bradford City. His uncle, Chris Rodon, left Pontardawe for Brighton & Hove Albion in the early 1980's and went on to play for Cardiff City, Llanelli Town and Haverfordwest County, where he was a prolific striker, and very popular player, for the strong Bluebirds team of that era. His brother Joe currently plays for Swansea City in their youth set-up and is a current Welsh youth international with a very big future ahead of him.
|Date of Birth:||27/05/1993|
|Place of Birth:||Swansea|
|Former Clubs:||Haverfordwest County, West End|
|Sam's Stats:||This Season||Total|
|Total Games:||- / 0||-|