Andy Smallpiece (Goalkeeper) Signed in the close season from Eastleigh Town, Andy has fast made the number 1 shirt his own, with commanding displays and an ability to out-shout anyone in the team to get his point across
James Binfield (Goalkeeper) Young James is poised to threaten Andy’s position as Pagham's number 1. Solid performances for the first team when he’s put in displays at odds with his age, James is destined to go far
Ben Buckland (Defender) Having played for Gosport Borough, Ben brings experience to the Lions back-line, his work-rate at left-back and forward runs making a real difference in crucial matches.
Joe Booker (Defender) Formerly on the books of Brighton and Hove Albion, Joe is a defender who does what he needs to with some style. His size belies some deft turns on the ball, and as his goal against Crawley Down to open the Lions' account for 2010/11 proves he also knows how to score
Daren Pearce (Defender) Vastly experienced campaigner, it was something of a coup for Carl Stabler to ensure the long serving Pearce followed him to Nyetimber Lane. Having played at Bognor Town amongst others, Pearce's knowledge of football will be invaluable on the pitch this season.
Paul Jones (Defender) A massive presence in the back four for Pagham, "Jonah" doesn't live up to his nick-name, never jinxing his team-mates. His strike rate is legendary, and the shout of “And Jonah Must Score!” isn’t heard enough here at the ‘Lane
Chris Eyres(Defender) Chris has been impressinve so far,, almost making the rightback spot his own with performances which belie his years. Definitely one for the future and who has made the most of the step up from youth team football.
Jake Hawker (Defender) Another former youth team player who’s become a regular part of the first team set up. Quick on the ball, good in the air, Jake has the ability to change the game with one deft move.
James Ford (Defender) James came to us in the close season after a spell at Chichester City, and his solid work at the back together with his runs to support the forward players have proved him to be a canny signing by John Price.
Luke Killner (Defender) Luke comes to us from Bognor Regis Town, and the 19 year old made an immediate impact down the wings on his debut against Dorking Wanderers.
Ryan Cox (Midfielder) After a spell down the road at Selsey, Ryan returned to Pagham colours in the close season, and his performances in pre-season have proved that we’ve got a quality player back here at the ‘Lane
Joe Briggs (Midfielder) Another escapee from Chichester City, Joe is something to behold when flying down the wings for the Lions. Tremendously quick, and with pin-point crosses his forte, he’s a valuable member of the team.
Harry Williams (Midfield) Harry’s goal against South Park in pre-season was probably the best we scored, and since becoming a regular for the first team, he’s made the most of his chances, and adds another dimension to an attacking Lions side
Neil Murfin (Midfielder) Another escapee from Wick, Neil links up with brother Scott, and his displays in midfield point to a player who fits in very well with Pagham's style of play. Has been awarded the captain’s armband for the 2012/13 season.
Callum Cutler (Midfield) Since signing from Chichester City in the close season, Callum has proved his worth in the friendlies, with a cracking goal against Fareham Town to open his account for us.
Howard Neighbour (Striker) Howard made the short journey from Arundel to Pagham in 2011/12. Recently he’s showed Lions fans what a valuable player we’ve got with his strength on and off the ball.
Scott Murfin (Striker) Diminutive in stature, but more than a match for any defender, Scott has scored goals whichever club he's played for. A knee injury in pre-season prevents him starting a game for a while, but when he does, he’ll be back scoring goals on a regular basis.
James Temple (Striker) The big Striker comes to Nyetimber Lane with a decent record behind him, and is the ideal target man for Scott Murfin. The former Chichester City forward will add some competition for places up front, and is bound to score more than his share of goals.
Max Thoms (Striker) After playing well against us for Selsey last season, Max now wears the Lions shirt with pride. A double on his debut against Dorking Wanderers gave notice of yet another striker in the Lions ranks.