Chris Higgins

Chris Higgins

Christopher James 'Chris' Higgins (born 4 July 1985 in Broxburn) is a Scottish professional footballer, who currently plays for Queen of the South. A left sided player, he usually plays as a defender.

About Chris Higgins

Christopher James 'Chris' Higgins (born 4 July 1985 in Broxburn) is a Scottish professional footballer, who currently plays for Queen of the South. A left sided player, he usually plays as a defender. Higgins has previously played for Motherwell, Clyde and Dunfermline. Chris Higgins was born in Broxburn, West Lothian in 1985. He started his career as a youth team player with Motherwell, but didn't make any first team appearances. Higgins signed for Clyde in the summer of 2005, and made his dbut in a Scottish Challenge Cup clash against Brechin City. Higgins became a vital part of the team in his centre half role, and only missed 2 league games during the - season. He was part of the Clyde side to shock Celtic with a 2-1 win in the Scottish Cup in January 2006 on the Celtic debut of Roy Keane. Higgins scored his first Clyde goal against Greenock Morton in the Scottish Challenge Cup 2006-07.