Andrew Cave-Brown trialled
for Norwich on 7th February 2004 in Norwich Under-19s 3-6 home
defeat by Millwall. He is a full-back who plays for Kent Schools
and has been capped by Scotland at Under-16 level. For whom he
played in the 2002/03 Victory Shield and in a tournament in Switzerland.
Andrew, who hails from Gravesend, had been on the books of Charlton
Athletic, but after two or three successful outings for Norwich's
Academy, he was offered a scholarship at Norwich for the 2004/05
season which he accepted.
Andrew was called up into the Scotland Under-19 squad at the
end of August 2005. He played in Scotland's victories in October
over Andorra (5-0) and Finland (1-0) which saw the Scots qualify
for the sexond qualifying round of the UEFA Championships.
Andrew made his full debut for the Canaries in the dying moments
of their FA Cup third round defeat at home to West Ham on 7th
In February 2006, Andrew was named in the Scotland Under-19 squad
for the La Manga tournament in Spain, and played against the Republic
of Ireland (February 27) and Finland (March 1)
Andrew was offered and accepted a professional contract by the
Canaries in April 2006
Andrew captained the Scottish Under-19 side that reached the
final of the European Under-19 championship, losing 2-1 to Spain
in the final on 30th July 2006. The Scots now go forward to the
FIFA World Under-20 Championships in Canada.
Andrew made his first senior start for Norwich in the August
2006 Carling Cup clash at Torquay but came off injured during
the first half
In order to gain match fitness, Andrew was loaned for a month
to Keith Webb's Kings Lynn in December
2006. This was extended for a second month. Despite being with
a non-league side, Andrew captained the Scottish Under-19s in
the La Manga tournament in Spain.The Scots beat Austria 3-1 and
then drew 0-0 with Slovakia
Andrew signed a one-year extension to his contract, with a further
year option in the club's favour, in early April 2007
Andrew played in the World Under-20 tournament in Canada during
June / July 2007. The Scots lost 3-1 to Japan in their opening
clash but was dropped for the 2-0 defeat against Nigeria and 2-1
defeat against Costa Rica. Andrew came on as substitute in both
matches. Andrew said that he would be keen to join a Scottish
Premier League side on loan for the 2007/8 season.
Andrew was one of nine players released by Norwich on 6th May
2008 as he had not appeared for the first team during 2007/8 even
though Glenn Roeder has said he had been
impessed with Cave-Brown in training.
On 2nd July 2008, Andrew signed for Leyton Orient becoming the
third of Orient's new signings to have also played for the Canaries
- the others being striker Ryan Jarvis
and defender Danny Granville.
On 9th May 2010, Andrew was one of seven players released by
Orient, along with Sean Thornton, Glenn Morris, Stephen Purches,
Loick Pires, Harry Baker and James Scowcroft. Andrew had made
29 appearances for the O's
In the summer of 2010, Andrew played on trial for Ebbsfleet against
Aveley (1-1 draw on 20th July) and for Lowestoft against Colchester
(1-1 on 22nd July). He signed a two year deal with Lowestoft on
6th August 2010
During the 201112 season, he left Lowestoft due to work
commitments outside football. In September 2012, Cave-Brown signed
for Anglian Combination club Beccles Town and made his league
debut in the 22 draw at Wymondham Town, scoring Beccles'