|Born||28 July 1987|
|Current club||La Gantoise|
Alan Sothern won two Irish Hockey League titles with Pembroke Wanderers in 2009 and 2010, before he went abroad to play for HC Den Bosch in the Netherlands. He left Den Bosch after one season to return to Pembroke Wanderers. He played for Racing Club de Bruxelles and Pembroke Wanderers again before joining La Gantoise in 2018.
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- Alan Sothern at Olympics at Sports-Reference.com (archived)
- Alan Sothern at the International Hockey Federation
- Alan Sothern at Hockey Ireland[permanent dead link]
- Alan Sothern at the International Olympic Committee
- Alan Sothern at the Olympic Channel
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