|Full name||Ryan Coulter|
|Date of birth||February 8, 1989|
|Place of birth||Dublin, Ireland|
|Height||6 ft 1 in (1.85 m)|
|Forward Madison FC|
|2011–2013||East Tennessee State||61||(0)|
|2019–||Forward Madison FC||1||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 04:17, 16 April 2019 (UTC)|
He began his youth career at academy team St. Joseph's boys in Dublin, Ireland. He signed for Dundalk F.C. in 2008 and played for their U20s side, as well as making his professional debut in the League of Ireland on 10th April 2009.
He transferred to East Tennessee State University where he graduated in 2013, having won the Atlantic Sun Conference. Coulter was twice named the Atlantic Sun Conference goalkeeper of the year, as well as selected for the team of the year while captaining the side. He was voted All South region First team following his senior year at East Tennessee State University in 2013. Coulter set the new record for shutouts for the A-Sun conference.
He signed for Sligo Rovers in November 2014 before moving back to Athlone Town and on to Longford Town. Coulter signed for Drogheda United in March 2017 before moving to hometown club Bray Wanderers in June 2017.
Emerald Force SC of the NPSL announced the signing of Coulter for the 2018 season. At the conclusion of the season, Coulter was announced as the goalkeeper coach for the University of Central Florida Knights where he would team up with old head coach Scott Calabrese.
Coulter holds his UEFA B Goalkeeping Certification from the Football Association of Ireland.
Ryan Coulter made his debut for Forward Madison FC away to North Texas SC at Toyota Stadium in Frisco, Texas. Coulter put in a man of the match performance as his side narrowly lost to a 94th Minute Ricardo Pepi penalty.
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