Moss To Play His 200th Game
Adelaide Olympic goalkeeper Lewis Moss is set to play his 200th game in his next match in the National Premier League – SA competition. The former AFL player joined West Adelaide in 2013, amassing 179 appearances for the club, before joining Adelaide Olympic for the 2021 season.
Moss played soccer in his youth in Adelaide, before his family moved to northern Queensland, where he continued to play soccer, until he decided to take up Aussie Rules in his teens.
Moss joined the Gold Coast’s development program in 2009, and was elevated to the senior list in 2011 when the Suns joined the AFL competition.
After being cut by the Suns at the end of the 2012 season, he moved to Adelaide where his family was located.
Moss joined West Adelaide for the 2013 season, who were under the guidance of Ross Aloisi.
He played 179 matches for West Adelaide between 2013 and 2020.
His move to Adelaide Olympic this season, saw Moss help his side win the Federation Cup.
2013-2020 West Adelaide 179 matches
2021 - Adelaide Olympic 20 matches