Adam Marriott joined
Cambridge United's centre of excellence as a scholar aged 15 having
previously been with Norwich City. He lives in Brandon and plays
as a central midfielder / centre-forward. He played for United's
CRC side in the Ridgeons League during 2006/7. He scored 11 goals
in 59 appearances for United.
He moved to Cambridge
City in January 2013. He scored 41 goals in 2013/14. He was the
leagues top scorer. The 23-year-old striker was given
a special award for breaking the clubs individual scoring
record for one season. He was also handed the BBC Radio Cambridgeshire
Player of the Season award and the first-team Players Player
He joined League Two side Stevenage on 8th July 2014 for a five
He was released in May 2016 having made 22 appearances for Stevenage scoring three goals.
On 28th June 2016, Marriott signed a one year contract with Conference side Lincoln City. After they won promotion to the Football League, Marriott turned down a new contract to be closer to his Cambridge home, signing for Royston Town. After a short spell with Boston Town, he moved to Kings Lynn on 9th October 2018 signing a two year contract. He played and scored as Kings Lynn won promotion to the National League (North) in 2018/19 after finishing second in the Southern League and winning the play-offs against Warrington Town (Northern League) on 11th May 2019.
His form for Lynn in the National League North in 2019/20 (25 goals in 23 games) resulted in speculation on 7th January 2020 linking him with a return to Stevenage.