David Aziaya signed scholarship terms with Norwich City on 5th September 2021. The 17 year old goalkeeper joined from the Kinetic Foundation in south London, a programme dedicated to developing young players and getting them into professional academies across the country.
Aziaya said: “I started taking football seriously around under-15s, then I joined Kinetic, who bring boys in and help them get into the professional system. We played up here a couple months back, I played well, impressed the scouts and they brought me in, now we’re here! The club has been great, everyone’s been great with me, the players are easy to get on with and the coaches have taught me a lot in the short time I’ve been here, hopefully that’ll continue!”
He has also played for Kent Schools and Lambeth Tigers
He spent 22nd November 2021 to 14th February 2022 on loan to Barnsley's youth team.
He signed his first professional contract with Norwich in July 2022. At the beginning of November 2022 he joined Isthmian League side Faversham Town on a youth loan to gain experience of senior football.
On 23rd January 2023 it was reported that David had attended a training camp with Nigeria's Under-20s ahead of the African Under-20 Cup of Nations but wasn't selected for the final squad due to his lack of first team experience despite his good reflexes and technical skill.
On 31st May 2023 Norwich's Academy announched that they would not be renewing his contract when it expired on 30th June 2023.
He joined National League side Bromley on 1st July 2023. In November 2023 he joined Isthmian League side Chatham Town on loan. The following month saw him join Dover Athletic on loan.