Robert John "Rob" Davies (born 24 March 1987) is a Welsh footballer. He plays for Worcester City. Prior to that, he played for Wrexham, and signed for West Bromwich Albion in the 2003 - 04 season for a nominal fee. Davies has also represented Wales at the Under-17,19 and 21.
Davies made his senior debut for West Brom in the FA Cup third round replay against Reading on 17 January 2006 at the Madejski Stadium, at the age of 18 years, which Albion lost 3 - 2 after extra time. Davies came on as a substitute for Junichi Inamoto in the 89th minute, but it proved to be the Welshman's only senior game for the club.
In November 2006 he moved to Kidderminster Harriers on loan for a month, while in March 2007 he was taken on trial by Colchester United.
He was released by Albion at the end of the 2006 - 07 season, and was offered a two year contract at Spanish side Barakaldo CF. After a nightmare spell in Spain, Davies returned to England, where he was thrown a lifeline by Northern Premier League club Hednesford Town, who signed him in February 2008. He played ten times for the Pitmen, scoring three goals, before he was released at the end of the season. Hednesford had offered Davies a contract, but he decided to look elsewhere for a deal
He joined Oxford United in the Conference National on a short-term deal in July 2008 after a trial at the club.
Following his release by Oxford on 28 August 2008, he joined Conference South club Worcester City and signed a 1 year deal, he then renewed terms at the end of the 2008-09 season and is now in his second season at Saint George's lane.