Known as D-Rodge, Dan Rogers has been at Town for a number of years.
Dan Rogers played for the Town at the beginning of the 2018/19 season before joining Eastbourne United as part of their campaign to stay in the Southern Combination League, which they just did. Dan signed back to Eastbourne Town at the beginning of the 2019/20 season.
Roger Lee is the goalkeeping coach for Eastbourne Town
Playing as a defender for Horsham in the Ryman League and for Sussex, John took early retirement as a player due to an injury in 2004 and turned into coaching. John was coaching at Uckfield Town until 2018 before plying his trade at Eastbourne Town.
Formerly a central defender, Jamie was a joint manager with Bexhill United before joining John Lambert at Sidley United as his assistant. Jamie followed John Lambert to Eastbourne Town in January 2014.
Signed in January 2014, John Lambert had a successful career as a central defender with Hastings United. Playing football into his forties with Westfield and Hastings he became manager for Hastings Reserves before managing the first team in the Ryman League. Later joining Sidley in 2009 promoting them from Sussex Division Two in his first season, he spent three seasons with Sidley before taking a break.
On joining Eastbourne Town, Lambert has kept the Town in the top 5 of the Southern Combination League and winning the Sussex R.U.R. Cup.
Jason is one of Eastbourne Town’s homegrown players. Started at the age of ten years old in the Town Youth Academy, Jason has worked his way up through the teams and into the Under 18’s team.
Jason stepped up into the first team when Greg Nessling caught a hamstring injury at the end of the 2017/18 season. He was also called into the squad early in the 2018/19 season but after a few games became the main keeper for the rest of the season, having 9 clean sheets in 30 league appearances.
Jason became the Under 18’s Manager taking over from Olly Davis in January 2019 and left the club in May 2020 to AFC Uckfield Town
Bradley came up through the ranks of the Eastbourne Borough and Lewes Academy’s before joining the Hastings United development team and first team making 38 appearances with them before joining Eastbourne Town in the summer of 2018. A keen midfielder made over 15 appearances and scored 2 league goals for the blue and yellows in his first season at the Town.
Bradley says he love’s the fan’s at Eastbourne and everyone that has been and still is involved with the club. And is to date his favourite club to play for.
Dan Perry started playing for Eastbourne Town during the 2018-19 season and scored 33 goals in his first season, 22 in the league. A product of Burgess Hill youth and first teams, Dan went on to play for Lewes, Crowborough and Haywards Heath.
Jack joined Eastbourne in the summer of 2018 from Crowborough Athletic along with Dan Tear and others. Scoring 9 goals in 43 appearances with the Crows.
Jack’s first season with the Town was cut short with a knee injury but following an operation in the summer Jack hopes to be fit for the 2019/20 season.
Bolwell started playing for Hastings United in 2011 before moving in September 2013 to join Ringmer. Making 32 appearances and 6 goals in the 2013/14 season.
In March 2015 he transfered to Peacehaven and Telscombe before moving to Eastbourne Town for the 2016/17 season.
Dan has a powerful left foot and is known to score most of his “rocket” goals from outside of the penalty area. Last season he scored the last goal of the season from just near the halfway line.
Once part of Rye United’s successful 2010/11 season, Sam went from Sussex County Division One to Conference South side Eastbourne Borough. Playing at Priory Lane for three seasons before spending a season at Lewes transferring to Hastings United in the summer of 2015.
After Hastings United, Sam transferred to Crowborough Athletic for the second half of the 2017/18 season, joining Eastbourne Town in the summer ready for the 2018/19 season.
Sam is an attacking full back and made a big impact to the Eastbourne Town side last season.
Marcus joined Eastbourne in July 2018 after a few seasons at Crowborough Athletic.
Johnson started his career in the youth ranks of Eastbourne Borough, before progressing into the first team and playing in the Conference National South league making 49 appearances and 4 goals before moving to Maidstone United in June 2015. Later transferring to Hastings United in October 2015, making 25 appearances and 3 goals, before switching back to Eastbourne Borough in December 2017 and moving across to Eastbourne Town towards the end of the 2017-18 season. Simon signed a contract in May 2018 for the following season, where he became supporters player of the year.
Dan started his playing career with Crowborough Athletic and was part of their successful County Youth squad and progressed through to the reserves before appearing in the first team. Dan joined the Town in the summer of 2018 along with other Crowborough players.
Dan has great levels of fitness and is very strong at tackling.
Zac started his football career with the Eastbourne Borough youth academy before signing with Bognor Regis Town for the 2007/08 season. In the summer of 2008 Zac moved across Sussex to Hastings United making 19 appearances in the Isthmian League during the 2008/09 season. Zac left at the end of the season to spend a year on a football schoolarship in the United States.
After returning back to the UK, Zac signed to Conference side Histon in July 2010, scoring twice on his debut against Barrow. Leaving Histon in 2011 and joined South Conference side Welling. In October the same year, he was loaned out to Hastings United, which later became a permanent move. In his two seasons at Hastings he scored a total of 28 goals and played against Middlesborough in the FA Cup 3rd round in January 2013. In June 2013 Zac left Margate for Maidstone United and played for a season before returning back to Margate.
In 2015 Zac left Margate to return back to Hastings United for the third time. Playing for a season and signing for Crowborough Athletic in the summer of 2016. In October 2018 Zac made his current move to Eastbourne Town with a duel registration with Sevenoaks Town. Scoring on his debut game against Horsham YMCA. In total scoring 14 goals in the 2018/19 season.