From Guernsey, United Kingdom, Chapman-Page was a key piece of The Miami FC’s success in 2019, appearing in 13 matches and scoring three times while adding an assist.
He played in 11 matches for Tormenta FC in the PDL in 2018, scoring three goals and notching one assist as a part of one of the top defenses in the league. Tormenta FC went undefeated in 2018, posting a league-best 10 match winning streak during the 14 match season.
In 2016, while playing with Corinthians FC of San Antonio in NPSL, Chapman Page scored a goal in the U.S. Open Cup against San Antonio FC. The defender played his college soccer for two seasons at Lubbock Christian University before transferring to Palm Beach Atlantic University. In his junior season in 2017, He was a steady force in the Salfish' backline, one that only gave up seven goals all season, best in the NCAA Division II. In his senior season in 2018, Chapman-Page scored three goals with one assist as PBA won the Sunshine State Conference.
Chapman-Page played youth soccer at Southampton until he was 14. He then moved on to play first-team minutes with Ilkeston FC for three years before his move to the United States.