TREVOR WHYMARK



Full Name: Trevor John Whymark

Dob: 04-05-1950

Pob: Burston, Norfolk, GB

Position: Striker

Era: Professional

Club Appearance Record

SeasonTot AppsTot Goals
1967-68 0 0
1968-69 0 0
1969-70 6(2) 1
1970-71 10(2) 1
1971-72 12(2) 4
1972-73 53 16
1973-74 54 17
1974-75 55 14
1975-76 47 15
1976-77 41 15
1977-78 28(1) 20
1978-79 16(6) 1
TOTALS 322(13) 104

Career Appearance Record

ClubDate SignedDate LeftFee
Wortham - - -
Diss Town - 1967 -
Ipswich Town 1967 February 1979 £50
Vancouver Whitecaps February 1979 Autumn 1979 £150,000
Sparta Rotterdam October 1979 December 1979 On Loan
Derby County December 1979 - -
Vancouver Whitecaps Spring 1980 Autumn 1980 -
Grimsby Town December 1980 January 1984 £80,000
Southend United January 1984 August 1985 £12,000
Peterborough United August 1985 October 1985 -
Colchester United October 1985 January 1986 -
Diss Town January 1986 June 1986 -

(13) Comments

  • Joined grimsby town in dec 1980 for a club record fee of £80,000 from vancouver. He became player/coach at grimsby in may 1982, succeeding previous first-team coach dave booth who had recently been appointed manager. trevor was made honorary captain for the day for grimsby town's fa cup visit to portman road on 29 jan 1983. As well as playing in his usual position as striker, he occasionally also played in central midfield and had the odd game deputising in central defence at grimsby. He joined southend united for £12,000 in jan 1984.

  • From the recent 125th Anniversay book for Diss Town more on Trevor: He stated playing football for Wortham but after a few games moved to Diss. His father Donny Whymark was a Diss Town legend. Whilst at Diss he played for the Norfolk County side. George Jenkins wrote to Ipswich asking for a trial for Trevor. He left Diss in 68/69 Trevor returned to finish his playing career at Diss, joining them in Janauary 1986 from Colchester, he acted as a player coach till leaving Diss for the final time in December 1986

  • Interesting peice on the Vancouver Whitecaps and Trevor's role in their 1979 NASL Championship win here (nice pic of Sir Bobby too)... http://www.guardian.co.uk/football/blog/2009/dec/17/vancouver-whitecaps-soccer

  • Steve Whymark Sunday 28-11-2010

    Great to see page dedicated to 'cousin Trev'...very strange to look at him and looks like young version my father and the resemblance still there with the years gone by - may only be a distant relative but it's the only place I could have got my footballing talents from :)

  • Trevor coached the Norwich City Under 10 team for 3 years then moved to Ipswich to coach the Under 12 team. January 2009 saw him working at the University Campus Suffolk (Lowestoft) where he would be running a Football Development and Coaching Foundation Degree from September 2009

  • In the club`s youth team records for 67-68 and 68-69 Trevor Whymark is frequently referred to as `S Whymark` although his initials are `TJ`. We have credited all of those appearances to Trevor as we don`t believe there was an `S Whymark` at Portman Road at the same.

  • Trevor played for Vancouver Whitecaps in the old NASL in 2 seasons 79 & 80. His record in 79 was Played 27 Goals 10 in 1980 was Played 30, Goals 15. He won the 1979 Soccer Bowl with the Whitecaps Sept 8th 79 v Tampa Bay Rowdies at NY Giants Stadium in East Rutherford New Jersey in front of a crowd of 64065, scoring both goals in a 2-1 victory for Vancouver.

  • Philip Cutter Monday 14-04-2008

    Both Myself, and my identical twin brother`s first game was when town beat WBA 7-1, and Whymark scored a hat-trick. We now both run pubs in Norwich, and I recited to him the story of how Trevor Whymark visited my pub, to deliver a fridge, and how I`d told him of the first game I`d seen him in! funny thing was that, trevor had visited my brothers pub only a week before with a tumble-dryer, and had the same conversation!! I wondered why he`d looked at me gone out

  • I am related to him and he has the same hair as me and looks exactly like me. And he also kicks the ball exactly as i do. It is just FREAAAKKKYYY!!!!!!!!!

  • julian wright Friday 23-11-2007

    he scored a brace for Vancouver Whitecaps in the bowl nasl final against tampa bay rowdies in 1979 to win 2-1

  • Richard Bedwell Tuesday 25-07-2006

    7 app, 3 goals for England U-23, see link http://www.rsssf.com/tablese/eng-u23-intres-det.html

  • Trevor Whymark played only 5 league-matches (0 as substitute, 0 goals) and 1 cup-match (0 as substitute, 0 goals) for Sparta Rotterdam in the 1979/1980-season. All games in October and November 1979.

  • Striker Trevor Whymark joined Ipswich from Diss Town in May 1969 (for just £50 (fifty)), and made his first team debut in an away fixture at Manchester City in February, 1970. He made a total of 332 appearances for the Town (and 13 as substitute) scoring 104 goals along the way. By way of Sparta Rotterdam, Vancouver Whitecaps, Derby, Grimsby, Southend and Peterborough he made his final appearance in the Football League for Colchester United in 1985. He was capped once at Full International level by England in a World Cup Qualifier in Luxembourg and also made 7 appearances for England Under 23's scoring three goals.

Contract Info

  • Trevor Whymark joined Ipswich Town from Diss Town - Some Time During In 1967 as an Amateur - For A Fee Of £50

    He signed A Professional Contract with Ipswich Town in May 1969 - The Professional Contract Period Is Unknown

    He joined Vancouver Whitecaps from Ipswich Town in February 1979 - For A Fee Of £150,000 + The Contract, Period Is Unknown.

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