Paul Bastock

Football, Football player

1970 –


Who is Paul Bastock?

Paul Anthony Bastock is an English footballer who plays as a goalkeeper for St Albans City in the Southern Premier League.

He has played professional and non-league football for over 20 years, making over 800 appearances for nine different clubs including Cambridge United, Boston United, Rushden & Diamonds and St Albans City. He was voted as Boston's 'all-time cult hero' by viewers of the BBC show Football Focus in April 2005. He holds the all-time record for the most ever appearances for Boston United at 625 games in all competitions, although only 501 of these were league matches. His record breaking 573rd game for the Pilgrims came in a Lincolnshire Senior Cup game against Scunthorpe United in August 2003. He has also played several times for the England National Game XI.

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May 19, 1970
Leamington Spa
  • England

on July 23, 2013


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