Defender Sam Habergham
played a number of games for Norwich City's Under-18s during the
2007/8 season ahead of him becoming an academy scholar in the
summer of 2008
Sam was very nearly released by Norwich City at the age of 12
but was given another year to prove himself and worked hard to
progress to becoming an academy scholar. He can play at either
left-back or centre-back
Sam was awarded his first professional contract with the Canaries
at the end of June 2009
Released at the end of the 2010/11 season, he was linked early
in June with a switch to Lincoln City for whom he had played in
a reserve team match against Middlesbrough in April 2011
He signed for Conference side Tamworth on 2nd July 2011. In July
2012, he switched to fellow Conference side Braintree.
He currently works for Norwich City's Community Sport Foundation
On 23rd June 2016, he signed for Lincoln City on a two year contract. He played a major role as Lincoln won the Conference, finishing first on 99 points - four more than second-placed Tranmere. Promotion caps off a truly remarkable season for the Imps, juggling National League title ambitions with an FA Cup run which saw them become the first non-league side to reach the quarter-finals of the FA Cup in 103 years, with victories over Burnley and Brighton before losing 5-0 to Arsenal. He would make a total of 97 appearances for Lincoln, scoring four goals, and played when they won the EFL Trophy in 2017/18. He then suffered a serious knee injury that required surgery in 2019. He didn't play again for Lincoln and was released at the end of the 2018/19 season.
On 6 January 2021, Habergham joined Grimsby Town on trial and was added to the clubs starting line up for their U23 fixture against Scunthorpe United. On 8 January 2021, Habergham signed for Grimsby on a six-month deal.