"Dale Williams" is a former Wales/Welsh Association football/football player.

Beginning his career as a trainee with Yeovil Town F.C./Yeovil Town, Williams played just four minutes for the Somerset club, after coming on for Arron Davies in the 0–0 draw against Colchester United F.C./Colchester United on 6 May 2006, the last day of the 2005-06 in English football/2005–06 season.

Williams signed for Shrewsbury on 25 May 2006, and made his Shrews debut in the 2006-07 in English football/2006-07 opener against Mansfield Town F.C./Mansfield Town, which finished 2–2. He came on as a susbtitute for David Edwards (footballer)/Dave Edwards in the final minute.

Williams was called up to the Wales national under-21 football team/Wales U21s alongside Edwards and Davies for the UEFA U-21 Championship 2007 (Qualifying Round)/UEFA U21 Championship qualifier against Israel national under-21 football team/Israel on 16 August 2006. However, Williams was not selected to play.

Williams made three substitute appearances for Shrewsbury before being released from his contract on 31 January 2007. Upon leaving Shrewsbury, he was expected to trial with Kidderminster Harriers F.C./Kidderminster Harriers.

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