Real nameJonathan Stevenson
Age36 (Born 13 Oct, 1982)
Height5ft 6in (1.68m)
Weight11st 5lb (72.11kg)
Place of birthLeicester


Tamworth 05 Jul, 06 31 May, 09 Free 13 (13)12 (0)10 (0)00 (0)0
Alfreton 01 Jul, 05 05 Jul, 06 Free No appearance data available
Swindon 19 Jun, 03 01 Jul, 04 Free 1 (4)00 (0)02 (0)01 (0)0
Leicester 01 Aug, 00 19 Jun, 03 Youth 0 (12)20 (0)00 (2)00 (0)0
Totals   £0 14 (29)32 (0)12 (2)01 (0)0
Goals per Game    0.06 0.5 n/a 0

Games played by Jon Stevenson in 2006/2007

Football ConferenceSa 12Aug 2006Tamworth1 - 3Weymouth
Football ConferenceTu 15Aug 2006Ebbsfleet4 - 1Tamworth
1 goal1
Football ConferenceSa 19Aug 2006Dag & Red4 - 0Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 26Aug 2006Tamworth1 - 0Exeter
Football ConferenceMo 28Aug 2006St Albans1 - 0Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 16Sep 2006Tamworth1 - 1Forest Green
Football ConferenceTu 19Sep 2006Morecambe0 - 0Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 23Sep 2006Altrincham2 - 0Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 07Oct 2006Tamworth0 - 0Stafford
Football ConferenceTu 10Oct 2006Tamworth4 - 2Grays
Football ConferenceSa 14Oct 2006Halifax3 - 1Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 04Nov 2006Southport1 - 0Tamworth
English FA CupSa 11Nov 2006Burton1 - 2Tamworth
1 goal1
Football ConferenceSa 18Nov 2006Tamworth3 - 1Woking
Football ConferenceSa 25Nov 2006Oxford2 - 1Tamworth
English FA CupSa 02Dec 2006Rushden1 - 2Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 09Dec 2006Crawley1 - 0Tamworth
Football ConferenceTu 26Dec 2006Tamworth0 - 1Burton
Football ConferenceSa 30Dec 2006Tamworth0 - 1Morecambe
Football ConferenceMo 01Jan 2007Rushden1 - 1Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 20Jan 2007Forest Green2 - 0Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 27Jan 2007Tamworth0 - 1Crawley
Football ConferenceTu 20Feb 2007Burton1 - 0Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 24Feb 2007Tamworth1 - 3Oxford
Football ConferenceSa 03Mar 2007Northwich0 - 1Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 24Mar 2007Weymouth3 - 1Tamworth
Football ConferenceSa 31Mar 2007Tamworth0 - 2Dag & Red
Football ConferenceTu 03Apr 2007Tamworth0 - 1Northwich


Match in Focus


England v Croatia

Home WinDrawAway Win
Key stats
  • England have won four of their last five home matches
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