|Full name||Adam Balding|
|Date of birth||7 December 1979|
|Place of birth||Coventry, England|
|Height||1.88 m (6 ft 2 in)|
|Weight||110 kg (17 st 5 lb)|
|Rugby union career|
Adam Balding (given birth to 7 Dec 1979, Coventry) is a retired British rugby union footballer, his latest group he played for was London Welsh. He performed as lots eight. Balding came through Leicester Tigers academy and continued to create 66 appearances for the initial XV. While there, he received the Premiership and Heineken Glass. Balding was called up to the senior Britain squad for the 2002 tour of Argentina. Balding signed for Gloucester for the beginning of the 2004–05 time of year. After some amazing shows in his debut time of year, he was produced golf club captain towards the trunk end of the growing season. In Gloucester’s 1st video game from the 2005/06 time of year at Worcester, Balding was hurt just a few moments into the video game. Balding came back from damage in early November, arriving from the bench against Newcastle Falcons. He continued to create 16 appearances through the time of year; however he skipped Gloucester’s European Problem Cup triumph against London Irish by the end of the growing season. During the following 2 months Balding didn’t play frequently with stiff competition from Wayne Forrester, Luke Narraway and Gareth Delve. During those two months he was loaned out to both Moseley and Leeds Carnegie. Balding signed for Newcastle on 1 July 2008 for the beginning of the 2008–09 time of year. He authorized for Worcester in Feb on the two-year deal. In 2012, Balding authorized a contract with Newcastle Falcons and remaining Worcester Warriors immediately. Balding suffered a significant Achilles damage in his third 12 months at Gloucester which held him out for 9 weeks; after time for fitness game period was limited because of the type of the group. Then spent all of those other 4th period on mortgage at Leeds. Adam was signed to London Welsh for the 2012/13 period and had an excellent season.