Scott Bartlett

Weston-super-Mare

Scott Bartlett is a football coach serving as the Manager of Weston-super-Mare Association Football Club.

Biography

Scott Bartlett’s football career began in AFC Bournemouth’s academy, followed by a move to Cirencester Town Academy in 1995 at age 16. He spent several seasons with Cirencester’s first team before transferring to Salisbury City in February 2000. At Salisbury, Bartlett made over 400 appearances in nine years, contributing to a Southern Premier title and a Conference South playoff victory.

In March 2009, Bartlett left Salisbury for Weston, where he briefly captained the team and made 40 appearances, assisting three goals. His tenure at Weston was followed by a short spell at Bath City in 2010, limited by a shoulder injury. Bartlett then joined Forest Green Rovers in the summer of 2010, but a knee injury ended his playing career in August 2011 after 11 appearances.

Transitioning into coaching, Bartlett excelled as the Head of Academy at Forest Green Rovers, elevating the academy to ‘category three’. He also served as caretaker manager for Forest Green Rovers twice, achieving notable success, including leading them to the Conference playoff final in 2016.

Bartlett’s first permanent managerial role began with Weston in October 2016. He reshaped the squad, ensuring National League South safety and an impressive offensive record. His transfer strategy included key signings like Rollin Menayese and Danny Greenslade. In June 2017, he left Weston for a full-time role at Forest Green Rovers, only to return in May 2019 with a three-year deal to manage Weston’s Southern Premier Division South campaign.

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