First Northern Ireland call up for Town youngster Brodie Spencer
- Brodie Spencer receives first Ireland Under-19s call-up
- Young Terrier currently capped at Under-16 level
- Youngster to participate in five-day training camp
Young Huddersfield Town defender Brodie Spencer has received his first call-up for Northern Ireland’s Under-19s!
16-year-old Brodie has been called up by recently appointed Northern Ireland’s U19 Manager Gerard Lyttle. The pair know each other well, with Lyttle having coached Brodie as Manager of Northern Ireland’s Under-16s.
The youngster will travel to Belfast between Monday 22 and Friday 26 March to participate in the five-day training camp.
Brodie has already been capped twice at Under-16s level by Northern Ireland. He was part of Lyttle’s squad who recorded back-to-back friendly victories over Estonia in August 2019. He netted the opener in their first 2-0 victory at Breda Park.
The call-up adds to a successful first season in blue and white so far for Brodie, who has started regularly for the Under-17s whilst also making appearances for the Under-19s and B Team. He recently scored in the Young Terriers’ final group stage of the Clarets Cup, helping them through to the knock-out stages with a 6-1 win!