The footballing pyramid goes way beyond the Football League, with Sunday League and Non-league football pivotal for the survival of the game.
With constant advancements in technology, we now have more footage of football at a much lower level than what is broadcast, which in turn provides us with some unreal content.
Non-league footballer goes viral
Adam Garmson, who is on the books of the Wolverhampton Casuals who play in the Midland Football League Premier Division, but are 19th out of the 20 teams competing after the first few months of the season, winning a single game and losing four.
They also have suffered defeat in the FA Cup preliminary rounds after a replay defeat at the hands of Stone Old Alleynians following a draw between the teams at The Casuals home ground, Brinsford Stadium.
However, the club is certainly going to be getting some traction now on social media following a compilation of goals posted by Garmson, who has scored plenty of worldies! He also plays for Down Syndrome Awareness FC, helping a side out that stands for so much good.
Best Non-league goals compilation ever?
The baller in question, Adam Garmson, shared compilation of his goals on social media and it’s safe to say it is banger after banger, with that probably underselling the quality of his strikes.
Garmson scores all types of goals from long-range screamers, free-kicks, acrobatic efforts and even finishes from impossible angles.
One of the best is probably the goal from near the corner flag where he somehow wraps his left foot around the ball to dink it into the far corner from the byline for an improbable finish.
Video: Watch what could possibly be the best ever goal compilation we’ve seen
He finds the back of the net on either foot and with his head, making ‘keepers and defenders looks like mere spectators as he humiliates them with his sheer brilliance and audacity!
Coldly, Garmson captions his post ‘Few more tap in’s’ to add insult to injury of the defenders and teams he put to the sword.
If he can keep up making a mockery of his opposition like this, then who knows what the future may hold for the 23 year-old. A Vardy-esque rise through the ranks is unlikely for anyone, but people would pay to watch such strikes.