Hi!! My names


Thanks for coming to my homepage. I was born in a baby hospital in Brighton, Sussex, on the 23rd of February 1993 on Pancake day. Unfortunately there will not be another Pancake day on my birthday for at least 50 years, but perhaps that is what makes me special, er, well that's what I am told.

 I played football for Denton and South Heighton J.F.C. and had been in the same team since I was four years old.

James Martin in Denton and South Heighton J.F.C. Kit  Year 2000

This is an old picture of
me dad thinks its cute !

Player Of The Match against Ratton Rangers, Eastbourne

I have taken the
Coca Cola Soccer Star Challenge and was awarded
* * * *
4 Stars

Because I was playing in an older team the FA rules stated that I had to leave this team when I was 11 and so I decided to join Seaford F.C. so I could play alongside some of my friends from school.

ON the 18th February 2010 I signed transfer papers and then played for Peacehaven and Telscombe FC. My Dad was very happy because this is his hometown.

I thank Alan Wells who started me playing football and was my first Coach. Also of course my Team Manager Mark Kite who took over from Alan, and my coaches Garry and Wayne when I was playing for Denton. They have all given me a lot of help and encouragement.

When I transfered to Seaford Town FC my first Manager was Craig Ellingham, followed by Mike Cowley and both were very good Managers.

The last Manager that I had at Seaford Town was Kieran Ridley. Kieran was only a year older than us players, and could, and on some occasions did, play as part of the team. He was a FANTASTIC Manager and Coach. He is trying for a job to coach soccer in America and I hope he gets a place there. And now to Peacehaven and Telscombe FC, John Hogben as Manager and I look forward to a great future.

When I was 12 I had a major problem with my elbow. After a fall it was dislocated and fractured into many splinters so except for the first match (where I scored a goal against Saltdean) I was unable to play football.

I was training on the pitch and in the Gym, and had an operation in the summer to sort out the problem.


I was a member of THE SUSSEX DEVELOPMENT CENTRE, for extra football coaching. It was run by Ian Robinson at The Southdown Sports Club in Lewes every Monday evening to do extra coaching and soccer skills. Ian went to America and Lloyd Biggs took over for a year. Ian returned and took charge again. I thank you both and your coaches for all the extra skills training I had there.


I used to go to Judo and I am a red belt 1st Mon.

This is my Certificate when
I got the Silver Medal

I went to the following Schools:-


Chyngton County Primary School, Millberg Road in Seaford.

Seaford Head Community College


I don't really watch a lot of T.V. I prefer to play football games on my PS3 which does in fact teach me more of the game, and I like to keep in contact with my mates on Facebook and other websites.


In 2003 my cousin Brian asked me to be a pageboy at his wedding to Jane. I was so excited and would have to wear a really posh suit. We had to travel to Plymouth in Devon for the wedding and so we took our caravan with us to stay in and then we had a short holiday there as well.

We then came home via Longleat and we went into the Safari Park there and also the maze.


If you click on our
photograph we will
take you to another
site where we can
play some games

It's a new site with even more fun

see ya there

  James Martin with Kezi - photo taken on Good Friday, 13th April 2001, in Seaford, East Sussex

My Golden Retriever is called Kezi. She has her own web page. Please take a look at Kezi's web page by clicking here Kezi's web page

Sadly Kezi crossed the Rainbow Bridge in 2014 and we still all miss her very much.