Simon Clark


Apps: 23 (0)

Goals: 2

Last Updated: 02 March 2022

Debut: vs. Dulwich Hamlet (A, 2-0), 15/01/1994

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Simon Clark

Date of Birth: 12-03-1967

Place of Birth: Boston

After gaining experience in non-league, Simon Clark took his last step back to professional football with us; leaving us for Peterborough United. We say “back” due to the fact the defender (who could also play in midfield) started his career at Lincoln City. He joined Boro’ in the second half of the 1993-4 season; helping us to secure the Diadora League Premier Division title. By this point, however, he was already on Posh’s radar.


Simon Clark: Before Boro’

After leaving Sincil Bank, he stayed relatively local; turning out for Boston Town, Holbeach United and King’s Lynn. Soon enough, he moved further south to Hendon; his most recent port of call before coming to Boro’.

Simon Clark: After Boro’

It seems that Clark made the most of his return to professional football. The excellent first season he enjoyed at London Road in 1994-5 was the first of three years with the club. He remained in the Football League after leaving Posh too; joining Leyton Orient for the next three years, then Colchester United for another two. After his time at the Us, however, he returned to non-league; his career path eventually taking him back to Kings Lynn.


Saturday 15 January 1994

Saturday 29 January 1994

Monday 31 January 1994

Saturday 05 February 1994

Saturday 19 February 1994

Saturday 26 February 1994

Monday 28 February 1994

Saturday 05 March 1994

Saturday 12 March 1994

Tuesday 15 March 1994

Saturday 19 March 1994

Monday 21 March 1994

Saturday 26 March 1994

Tuesday 29 March 1994

Saturday 02 April 1994

Monday 04 April 1994

Saturday 09 April 1994

Monday 11 April 1994

Saturday 16 April 1994

Monday 18 April 1994

Saturday 23 April 1994

Saturday 30 April 1994

Saturday 07 May 1994

Previous Clubs:

Kings Lynn
Holbeach United
Lincoln City

Later Clubs:

Peterborough United (1994)
Leyton Orient (1997)
Colchester United (2000)
Woodlands W'ton (SIN) (2002)
Kings Lynn (2004)
Leyton (M) (2005)
Kings Lynn (C) (2005)
Peterborough United (C) (2007)
Lincoln City (C) (2008)
Stamford (M) (2010)
Worksop Town (M) (2011)
Kings Lynn Town (M) (2018)
Northampton Town (C) (2019)