Walker, Andy

Birth Date

30th September 1981

Birthplace

Bexleyheath, Kent

Occupation

Goalkeeper

Biographical Text

Andy Walker, a goalkeeper, played once for Exeter City in 2001 after starting with Colchester United. He later enjoyed a long non-league career which included a FA Vase final appearance. 

Andy was a Colchester United trainee from 1998 and made his league debut aged seventeen in May 1999. He played in just two more league games before leaving Layer Road and joining St Albans City.

Andy was registered with Exeter City between August 2001 and January 2002 but - in a season when Arjan van Heusden was first choice with Stuart Fraser and Matt Gregg also playing between the sticks - only appeared once for the Grecians in a 2-4 defeat against Swansea City on 8 September 2001. It proved to be Andy’s final game in professional football.

Over the following three years Andy played for Tonbridge Angels, Doncaster Rovers (then non-league) Wingate & Finchley (2002-04). He spent four years with Bromley, helping them to two promotions and two Kent Senior Cup wins, before moving on to Maidstone United, Billericay Town and Cray Wanderers. After Cray, for whom he made over 100 appearances for Cray, Andy joined Thurrock in September 2013 ahead of playing for Harlow Town, Thamesmead Town, Cray Valley Paper Mills (for whom he appeared in the 2019 FA Vase final), Erith Town, Chatham Town and Phoenix Sports. 

Appearances

Exeter City

League 1

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