Curtis Weston

Current Team
Mickleover F.C.

January 24th 1987

A former Millwall Junior, central midfielder Curtis hit the headlines at the 2004 FA Cup final when he came on as an 89th substitute against Manchester United for player manager Dennis Wise at the Millennium Stadium, earning a runners-up medal.

He made four first-team appearances for Millwall, before moving to League Two Swindon Town, where he was re-united with Wise again.

After seven months he moved up to League One with Leeds Utd, making 11 appearances and scoring one goal, as well as being loaned to Championship side Scunthorpe Utd.

His next stop was Gillingham, where he spent four seasons in leagues one and two, with 164 games and 19 goals, before another long stay at Barnet. 

He stayed for four seasons with the club in League two and the Conference, scoring 25 goals from his 228 games and winning the Conference title.

In July 2018 he started a four-year spell with National League Chesterfield, adding another 161 games and nine goals to his tally, and over the last seasons he has played for AFC Fylde in the National League North and Buxton in the NPL.