Steve Castle

Bishop's Stortford

Steve Castle is a 58-year old football coach serving as the Manager of Bishop's Stortford Football Club since . He has previously been associated with St Albans City during his career.

He is the holder of a UEFA A Licence.

Castle played close to 500 Football League games over a 20-year career with clubs such as Plymouth Argyle, Birmingham City, Peterborough United, and Leyton Orient. Notably, he made over 250 appearances for Leyton Orient and was voted the club’s greatest ever captain by its fans.

Following a knee injury that ended his playing career, Steve transitioned to coaching, starting as an Assistant Manager at Cambridge United for two years before managing St Albans City. He holds a UEFA ‘A’ coaching license and spent three years at St Albans City. He then managed Takeley for two seasons and in 2013, took charge of Royston Town. During his decade-long tenure at Royston, he led the team to promotion to the Southern League Central Premier and won the Southern League Challenge Cup.