Waugh, Warren

Birth Date

9th October 1980


Harlesden, London



Biographical Text

Londoner Warren Waugh was a former apprentice who had a short spell as an Exeter City professional during the late-1990s making ten substitute appearances in the league. He later appeared for a number of non-league clubs in the London area.

Warren originally joined Exeter City as an apprentice in 1997 before signing a full contract in July 1999. He enjoyed considerable success for the youth and reserve teams scoring over twenty times in 1998/99 and appeared in the Devon Bowl against Plymouth Argyle in May 1999.    

Although he never started a league match for the Grecians he did feature ten times as a playing substitute, the first of which was against Swansea City at St James’ Park in January 1999. Seven of Warren’s league appearances came in 1998/99; the remainder in 1999/2000. He also played twice in the EFL Trophy and spent time on loan in Finland during the summer of 1999.

Exeter released Warren in May 2000 and he was to sign for Cambridge City followed by Crawley Town, Enfield, Tooting & Mitcham and Metropolitan Police. By early 2005 he was with Carshalton Athletic before linking up with Ramsgate and then Hillingdon Borough. Starting in July 2008 Warren had a brief spell with Caernarfon Town, despite being based in Willesden, and played a dozen times before departing in January 2009.

During 2003/04 Warren enjoyed a touch of television stardom when he appeared in Bravo TV’s ‘Fashanu Challenge’ as a member of a Sunday league team put together by John Fashanu.


Exeter City

League 10 (all as substitute); FL Trophy 2 (12)



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