Ben Wyatt played for
Norwich's victorious Under-15s in the Eendracht Aalst Tournament
in May 2010. A left-back from Norwich , he made his Under-18s
debut in September 2-11 whilst registered with the Under-16s.
He joined Norwich at the age of 10.
In March 2012, it was announced that he would be joining the
Canaries as an Academy Scholar in the summer of 2012
Wyatt 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. During the 2012/13
season, Ben made 26 appearances for the Under-18s
In January 2014, Wyatt spent time at a training camp with England
On 7th April 2014, Ben played on trial for Ipswich's Under-21s.
Wyatt was released at the end of the 2013/14 season and then
signed a professional contract with Ipswich
After a season with Ipswich, he was released and joined non-leaguers Maldon & Tiptree United on 28th July 2015. His form earned him a return to league football as he signed a one year development deal with Colchester on 31st March 2016. Maldon manager and Colchester academy coach Steve Ball, said: “He took a step back to come and play for Maldon and Tiptree and this is the carrot for the players we have. The stronger the project gets, the more players it will attract and there’s the incentive of earning an under-21 contract at Colchester United. People can see someone like Femi Akinwande making his debut for Colchester’s first team, having been playing for Maldon only a few months ago.”
At the end of October 2016, Wyatt joined Concord Rangers of the Conference South on loan for a month. In January 2017, this was extended until the end of the 2016/17 season. Colchester announced on 10th May 2017 that they would be releasing Wyatt.
In July 2017, Wyatt trialled for Braintree in a friendly against Southend.