Calum Willock
Full nameCalum Daniel Willock
NationalitySkn St Kitts & Nevis
Caps (goals)3 (2)
Rovers apps (goals)a5 (0)
Date of birth29 October 1981 (Age 35)
in Lambeth, London
Height6 ft 0 in
August 2003 from Fulham (loan)
October 2003 to join Fulham
Senior clubs
Queens Park Rangers
Bristol Rovers

Peterborough United
Port Vale
Stevenage Borough
Crawley Town
Cambridge United
Ebbsfleet United
Dover Athletic
a League appearances and goals only
Last updated by Gasheadsteve on 20/05/2013

Calum Willock is a St Kitts & Nevis international forward, who joined Rovers on loan from Fulham at the beginning of the 2003-04 season. He made five league appearances for the club, all from the subs bench, without scoring. He didn't play in any cup games, and he returned to his parent club on 1 October 2003.


Calum started out as a trainee at Fulham, and turned pro with the club in 2000. He only played five times in his three years with the Cottagers, all from the bench and all in the league, but as with his loan spell at Rovers he did not manage to find the back of the net. He had three loan spells while a Fulham player. Firstly at Queens Park Rangers, where he made three league starts during the 2002-03 season, then at Bristol Rovers, and finally at Peterborough United in October 2003. He impressed during his ten appearances (seven league and three cup games) enough for Peterborough to sign him permanently.

He remained at Peterborough until January 2006, making a further 72 league appearances and scoring 22 times, when Brentford signed him for a transfer fee of £50,000. He transfer listed by Brentford at the end of the 2005-06 season, but continued to play for them throughout the 2006-07 campaign, before eventually being released in the summer of 2007. Following his release he went on trial to Port Vale and won a contract with the club, but left to join Stevenage Borough just five months later, in January 2008. After a year and a half at Stevenage he had a trial spell with AFC Wimbledon in the summer of 2009, but the two sides were unable to agree a contract and Willock joined Conference side Crawley Town. After playing 16 games for Crawley, he joined Cambridge United on loan for the latter part of the 2009–10 season, and played 14 times for them, but failed to score any goals.

Calum signed for Conference South side Ebbsfleet United at the start of the 2010–11 season, and his 20 goals in 43 games in his first year with The Fleet helped them to a third place finish in the league and promotion to the National division via the playoffs. After a second year with Ebbsfleet he returned to the Conference South in 2012, this time with Dover Athletic. He reached the playoff final for the second time in three years, after again finishing third in the league, but this time he was on the losing side after losing out to Salisbury City in extra time.

Career statsEdit

2000–01Fulham 10
2001–02Fulham 20
2002–03Fulham 20
2002–03Queens Park Rangers (loan)30
2003–04Fulham 00
2003–04Bristol Rovers (loan)50
2003–04Peterborough United (loan)71
2003–04Peterborough United 247
2004–05Peterborough United 3512
2005–06Peterborough United 153
2005–06Brentford 131
2006–07Brentford 283
2007–08Port Vale 153
2007–08Stevenage Borough 91
2008–09Stevenage Borough 294
2009–10Crawley Town 162
2009–10Cambridge United (loan)140
2010–11Ebbsfleet United 4320
2011–12Ebbsfleet United 4319
2012–13Dover Athletic 265

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