Date of birth
Will Boyle signed for Wrexham AFC in the summer transfer window of 2023, just before the team departed for their US Tour.
The defender arrived at the STōK Cae Ras as Phil Parkinson's first signing of the summer window.
Having started his career at Huddersfield, Boyle came through the ranks to make his first-team debut in Febuary 2015 against Reading.
Loan spells at Kidderminster Harriers, Maccesfield Town and York City followed, before the 27-year-old made the move up to Scotland to join Kilmarnock.
It is at Rugby Park where Boyle accumulated his highest number of appearances to date, before returning to Huddersfield in January 2017.
Despite gaining more first-team experience in Scotland, Boyle would be told that his contract would not be renewed at the end of the season and that he was free to leave the Kirklees Stadium.
Shortly after that Boyle would find himself in new surroundings, moving to Cheltenham Town later that month after impressing Robins' manager Gary Johnson.
Whaddon Road would soon become home for the defender, who went on to spend over five years in Cheltenham.
Boyle’s crowning moment at the club came in 2021. Having fallen short in the previous season through the playoffs, the Robins would go one better next season, winning the 2020/21 League Two title.
The left-footed defender then established himself at League One level, making 31 appearances and scoring four times during the 2021/22 season.
After half a decade at Whaddon Road, the defender would make a move that would bring his career full circle, re-signing for Huddersfield on a free transfer in 2022.
Boyle appeared 16 times in the Championship over the 2022/23 season before making the move to North Wales, joining Wrexham on a three-year deal.