Real Kashmir FC have signed 30-year-old English winger Kallum Higginbotham from Dunfermline Athletic – a club which competes in the Scottish Championship, the second tier league in Scotland.
Most of Kallum’s football experience has been in tier 3 of English football (League One) and the Scottish Championship (the second tier in Scotland).
Born in Salford, Kallum was a youth player at Salford City FC which was followed by a stint in the reserve squad of Oldham Athletic. After failing to break into the first team, Kallum moved to League One club Rochdale – from where he was subsequently loaned to Accrington Stanley.
After Accrington, the winger moved to the Scottish League One side Falkirk and also featured for Scottish Championship side Partick Thistle FC and more recently, Dunfermline Athletic.
Kallum scored 16 goals in 86 appearances for Dunfermline Athletic over three seasons (2016-19) before making his way over to join the Snow Leopards.