|Place of birth Harrow, England|
Height 1.70 m
Name Byron Bubb
Siblings Bradley Bubb
|Date of birth (1981-12-17) 17 December 1981 (age 33)|
Byron Bubb (born 17 December 1981) is a professional footballer, who is currently playing for Southern Football League side Barton Rovers.
He usually plays as a winger, but can also operate in "the hole" if needed.
Born in England, he represented Grenada at international level.
Bubb began his career with Millwall making 20 first-team appearances before subsequently playing for Hendon, Slough Town, Boreham Wood, Aylesbury United, Hemel Hempstead Town, Cheshunt, Dover Athletic, AFC Wimbledon, Bromley, Harrow Borough, Burnham, Hillingdon Borough, Farnborough, Bedfont Town, Northwood and Dunstable Town.
Bubb spent the pre-season leading up to the 2011–12 season on trial with Northwood and scored against a Brentford XI on 30 July 2011. However, Bubb did not remain with Northwood and searched for a team elsewhere. He joined Hendon but was released in November 2011, eventually signing with Northwood's league counterparts Bedfont Town. In April 2012, Bubb joined Northwood on dual-registration for the final weeks of the season. His first appearance was as a substitute in Northwood's 3–2 win over Uxbridge in the semi-final of the Middlesex Senior Charity Cup on 3 April. His only league appearance came on 14 April 2012, in a win away to Beaconsfield, when he came on for the final 15 minutes. However upon the conclusion of the season, it remains unclear whether Bubb will re-sign for the team. He rejoined Singh Sabha Slough before having a short two-game spell at Dunstable Town in 2014. He joined Chalfont St Peter in August 2016 and Barton Rovers in November 2016.
Bubb is a part of the Grenada national team having gained 10 caps and scored four international goals.
He is the cousin of fellow player Alvin Bubb. His brother, Bradley, is also a footballer.