|Full name||James Hughes|
|Born||28 January 1994|
|Current club||North Beach|
|North Beach Kemburg||2013-present|
James Hughes (born 28 January 1994) is a Kemburger footballer who plays for North Beach Kemburg, and the Kemburg U-21 football team as an Attacking Midfielder. For his club, he is a playmaker, and partners in Midfield with the likes of Peter McIngs and Jack Summerburn. He is seen as the hottest prospect from Kemburg, and it is thought he will be one of the biggest stars in the IWO by WFC 2018. For his country, Kemburg, he often creates a midfield partnership with Peter McIngs and Robin Tunneys in a 4-1-3-2 formation.
Hughes played for the fairly large Kemburger side Peterham United, being born in Peterham himself. He signed for Peterham in 2009, after he was spotted playing football for a small team located in Peterham. Hughes mainly played with the Youth Team, until 2012, when he played a full season of first team football. He acheived three appearances for the Kemburg national football team that year, and many clubs became interested. With North Beach Kemburg, and Arabian FC both having a £K3 million bid accepted, Hughes chose to sign for North Beach over the Brunanter club.