Cameron McGeehan played for City's Under-15s in victorious Eendracht
Aalst Tournament in May 2010. He was called up to Northern Ireland's
schoolboys in October 2010 to play Scotland. He was previously
with Fulham and Chelsea.
In February 2011, he was called up into Northern Ireland's Under-17s
to play against Scotland
.On 31st March 2011, it was announced that he and eight others
would join Norwich's Academy in the summer of 2011. Academy manager
said: I would like
to wish all nine boys the best of luck and hope they enjoy long
and successful careers at Norwich City.
McGeehan 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 scored a
90th minute penalty in the first leg of the FA
Youth Cup final held at Carrow Road on 29th April 2013. Norwich
beat Chelsea 1-0. he also scored in the second leg which gave
the Canaries a 3-2 win at Stamford Bridge thus winning 4-2 on
He made 22 appearances for the Under-18s in 2012/13 and nine
appearances for the Under-21s
He then became part of the Norwich City Under-21 Development
Squad. McGeehan made his debut for Northern Ireland's Under-21s
on 20th November 2013 in a 1-0 win over Cyprus.
On 16th January 2014, McGeehan joined Luton Town on a month's
loan. He played again for Northern Ireland's Under-21s in March
2014 against Italy. McGeehan helped Luton to win the Conference
title on 15th April 2014 and return to the Football League.
He was on the bench for Norwich in the Capital One Cup win over
Crawley on 26th August 2014.
On 13th January 2015, Cameron was loaned to Cambridge on a youth
loan until 16th February 2015. He made his debut on 16th January
2015 scoring twice in a 4-0 win over Newport and winning the Man
of the Match award. He followed this with a 0-0 FA Cup draw with
Manchester United and then scored Cambridge's only goal in a 1-1
draw with Dagenham & Redbridge. He was then sent off against
Wycombe and returned to Norwich.
On 14th February 2015 he was loaned back to Luton for the remainder
of the 2014/15 campaign. He scored three goals in fifteen games.
McGeehan signed permanently for Luton for a six figure sum on
2nd June 2015. "We all know what Cameron is capable of.
We have seen it in the last two seasons," said Luton
boss John Still "Cameron has become a Luton Town player.
He gets it. He loves the club and the fans have really taken to
him.That's what we have tried to install in all of our players
and that can only bode well for now and the future."
McGeehan was linked in mid-June 2017 with a move to Championship side Barnsley which materialised on 23rd June 2017 for an undisclosed fee.McGeehan, who has not played since breaking a leg in January, signed a three-year contract at Oakwell
He made 10 appearances in the first half of the 2017/18 season before joining Scunthorpe on loan on 4th January 2018 for the remainder of the 2017/18 season.