Date of birth
Home Shirt: Bryony Baker
Away Shirt: Durham Red Army
Third Shirt: COOK Cheltenham
Scott Flinders started his career at Barnsley, making his debut in 2005. In the same year he made five appearances for England Under-20s.
The Rotherham-born ‘keeper moved to Crystal Palace in 2006 and had loan spells at Gillingham, Brighton, Yeovil, Blackpool and Falkirk before making a permanent move to Hartlepool in 2009.
Flinders went on to make 252 appearances for Hartlepool, and famously scored with an injury time header against Bournemouth in 2011. He later joined York City and Macclesfield Town.
He joined Cheltenham Town in August 2017 and after signing a new deal in May 2019 extended his stay at the club until the summer of 2021.