Stan Seymour
Stan Seymour
see also: Stan Seymour (opposition manager) →
Stan Seymour
● Stan Seymour, 1920 (PIN)

born in England

George Stanley Seymour was born on Thursday, 16th May, 1895, in Kelloe, County Durham.

The 5' 7 forward temporarily transferred to George Easton's Thistle in May, 1917, from his parent club, Morton.

Aged 21, he made his debut appearance on Saturday, 12th May, 1917, in a 4-1 neutral-venue defeat against Queen's Park in the Glasgow Charity Cup.

That day, Stan became a member of our scoring debutant's club.

He scored his second and final goal for the club on Saturday, 18th May, 1918, in a 4-0 neutral-venue win against Clyde in the Glasgow Charity Cup.

He played his last game for Thistle on Saturday, 25th May, 1918, in a 2-0 neutral-venue defeat against Celtic in the Glasgow Charity Cup, having appeared as a Jag on 4 occasions.

His club-list included Newcastle United, Shildon Athletic, Coxhoe, Bradford City, Morton and Partick Thistle.

Stan died on Sunday, 24th December, 1978, in Newcastle upon Tyne, aged 83.

compiled from our All Games criteria.
Age Goal(s) Match
21y, 11m, 26d goal.png 12.05.1917 Queen's Park [n] L1-4 (Glasgow Charity Cup Semi Final)
23y, 0m, 2d goal.png 18.05.1918 Clyde [n] W4-0 (Glasgow Charity Cup Semi Final)


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