Jamie Campbell
Jamie Campbell
Jamie Campbell
● Jamie Campbell, c2009 (TRM)

born in Scotland

Jamie Campbell was born on Tuesday, 24th March, 1992, in Scotland. *

The 5' 9 midfielder signed for Ian McCall's Thistle on Wednesday, 27th May, 2009, having most recently been with Partick Thistle U-17.

Aged 18, he made his debut appearance on Saturday, 20th November, 2010, in a 3-1 win away to Stirling Albion in the Scottish Cup.

Jamie scored his only goal for Thistle on Saturday, 15th January, 2011, in a 6-1 win at home to Stirling Albion in the SFL First Division.

He played his last game for the club on Saturday, 20th August, 2011, in a 1-1 draw at home to Hamilton Academical in the SFL First Division, having appeared as a Jag on 22 occasions.

At August, 2022, Jamie's club-list included Partick Thistle, Stenhousemuir, Stranraer, Clydebank, Beith Juniors, Greenock Juniors, Largs Thistle, Port Glasgow and Benburb.

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Bio Extra

Having been part of the Partick Thistle youth set-up, he was signed in 2009 on the Modern Apprentice scheme and made his first team debut as a substitute in the Scottish Cup on 20 November 2010 against Stirling Albion. He went on to score his first ever professional goal during a 6-1 home win against Stirling Albion on 15 January 2011. Jamie's contract was not renewed after 2013, and he made the choice to drop down to Junior football and play for Clydebank. He also began a career as an officer in the Merchant Navy. After two years with Clydebank he transferred to his hometown team, Greenock Juniors. He spent the 2017–18 season with West of Scotland First Division club Largs Thistle, the following season with Port Glasgow, then two seasons with Benburb. He rejoined Port Glasgow in the close season of 2021.


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