Mark Williams Former International Footballer

Mark Williams is a South African former international footballer who played as a forward for many clubs throughout his career, including Corinthians (Brazil),[2] Wolverhampton Wanderers (England), Chongqing Lifan(China), Qingdao Zhongneng (China) and RWDM (Belgium).

At Wolves he scored once; his goal coming in a League Cuptie against Fulham in October 1995.[3] Internationally he is predominantly remembered for being in the squad that played in the 1996 African Cup of Nations where he was the joint second scorer with 4 goals, and scored both goals in the final, in which South Africa beat Tunisia 2-0 to win the cup for the first time.

When he retired he would have played for the South Africa national football team 23 times, scoring 8 goals. As of December 2006 he is playing for South African Beach Soccer team.