Date of birth
Liverpudlian Jake Bickerstaff rose through the ranks at Wrexham before being snapped up by Premier League giants Liverpool.
He returned to the STōK Cae Ras after two seasons at Anfield, scoring a flurry of goals at Under-18s level and breaking into the first team.
His debut for the senior side came while still on youth terms, when he faced Ayr United in the Scottish Challenge Cup, and he bagged a debut goal with a smart turn and finish.
In the summer of 2020, Bickerstaff signed his professional deal, penning a one-year contract. He then made his first league appearance on the opening day of the campaign, after an impressive pre-season, against Boreham Wood in a 2-1 win.
In February 2021 he joined Caernarfon Town on loan in the Cymru Premier, scoring on his debut after coming off the bench against Aberystwyth.
In March 2021, Bickerstaff signed an extension to his deal until the end of the 2021/22 campaign.
The teenager went out on loan to Nantwich Town in the January transfer window, where he went onto score three during his time with the Dabbers. On his return, Wrexham then took up the option to extend the young striker’s contract for a further season.
In July 2022, a new deal was signed to extend Bickerstaff’s time at the club until the end of the 2023/24 season.
Bickerstaff wouldn’t make any league appearances during the 2022/23 campaign, but he netted three times in two matches in FA Trophy action against Scunthorpe United and Altrincham.