In March 2012, it was
announced that Cameron King, an attacking midfielder from East
Harling, would be joining the Canaries as an Academy Scholar in
the summer of 2012. He is described as being technically
sound and an excellent dribbler. He joined Norwich at the age
King has been part of Scotland's Under-18 squad.
King played in both FA Youth
Cup semi-final matches against Notts Forest which the Canaries
won to progess to the FA Youth Cup final. He also played in both
legs of the final which the Canaries won 1-0 and 3-2 against Chelsea
to secure victory in the FA
Youth Cup for the first time in 30 years. He made 13 appearances
for the Under-18s in 2012/13
On 13th May 2014, King signed a two year professional contract with
King made his Norwich debut coming on as substitute in the 1-0 Capital
One Cup defeat to Shrewsbury on 23rd September 2014.
In November 2014, Cameron was called up by Scotland's Under-21s
and played and scored for them. He played again for the Scottish
Under-21s on 5th September 2015, coming on as a late substitute
in a win over Northern Ireland
King was released by Norwich on 10th June 2016. This was early as Cameron had been suffering from migraines whilst playing.
After receiving medical advice the Scotland Under-21 international is now ready to get back out on the pitch, starting at step five of the non-league pyramid joining hometown side Thetford Town on 3rd August 2016. Thetford boss Danny White said “He’s seen a specialist to get help but he’s a lad with a lot of potential, it’s just a matter of time before he goes on to play at a higher level. But in the meantime it’s a massive coup for us as a club, hopefully it benefits us and hopefully him if he plays regularly, gets fitter and impresses.”
In August 2017 Cameron signed for Irish side Shamrock Rovers on a one year contract. He had been on trial with the League of Ireland Premier Division side and did enough to impress manager Stephen Bradley to earn a deal.
“I was made aware of Cameron about six weeks ago and advised that I should take a serious look at him,” said Bradley. “Sometimes you get players in and they’re not what people say they are. Cameron was and he’s definitely going to be an attacking threat for us. We got him initially for just two or three days and straight away we liked what we saw. He’s very direct, very clever on the ball. He can play any attacking position, right, left or as a 10. We have him until the end of the season so hopefully he can show that quality."