Sam Hatton


Apps: 2 (1)

Goals: 0

Last Updated: 19 December 2022

Debut: vs. Crawley Town (H, 2-1), 21/03/2005

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Sam Hatton

Date of Birth: 07-02-1988

Place of Birth: St Albans

Sam Hatton is yet another member of a successful youth system that produced players for Boro’ during the mid-2000s at a healthy enough rate. Given a squad number at the start of the 2005-6 season after breaking through the season before, he didn’t actually see any first team action that term. He was, however, retained going into the 2006-7 campaign; fuelling hopes he’d continue his development here. But an increasing amount of loan spells suggested it’d be unlikely the midfielder would become a permanent fixture in the side. Hatton was, therefore, allowed to move on in 2007 by Mark Stimson. Hatton moved to South London, first signing for AFC Wimbledon.

Sam Hatton: After Boro’

Life after Boro’ was kind to the midfielder; Hatton playing his part in the Dons’ promotion to the Football League in 2011. For the south London club, he made almost 200 appearances – before moving onto pastures new at Grimsby Town in 2012. After two seasons with the Mariners, however, the player returned to the non-league circuit; turning out for several clubs over the course of his career in the mid- and late-2010s. Some of those clubs were even local to us – such as Bishop’s Stortford and Hemel Hempstead Town.

In more recent years, Hatton seemed to move around on a regular basis until a spell at Enfield Town brought a more settled period. In late 2022, the player signed for Welwyn Garden City; linking back up with Marc Weatherstone, who had managed Hatton at Enfield Town.


Monday 01 January 2007


Monday 21 March 2005

Wednesday 30 March 2005

Previous Clubs:

Later Clubs:

Northwood (loan) (2005)
Yeading (loan) (-)
Maidenhead United (loan) (-)
Diss Town (loan) (-)
AFC Wimbledon (2007)
Grimsby Town (2012)
Aldershot Town (2014)
Welling United (2016)
Bishop's Stortford (2017)
Wealdstone (2018)
Dartford (2018)
Enfield Town (2018)
Wingate & Finchley (-)
Welwyn Garden City (2022)