|Full name Stephen Scrivens|
|Place of birth Ewell, England|
Name Steve Scrivens
|Date of birth (1957-03-11) 11 March 1957 (age 58)|
Stephen "Steve" Scrivens (born 11 March 1957) was an English professional football Winger who appeared in the Football League for Fulham and Brentford. He later forged a career in non-league football.
Scrivens began his career as a trainee with Division Two side Fulham. Aged just 18, he made his senior debut during the 1974–75 season and signed his first professional contract in March 1975. He managed three appearances and a goal during the 1975–76 season, but failed to make a further appearance before departing the club in June 1980.
Scrivens joined Fulham's West London rivals Brentford on loan in December 1976. Scrivens made five league appearances during his spell and manager Bill Dodgin showed interest in signing him permanently, but a deal failed to materialise.
After his release from Fulham in 1980, Scrivens signed for Isthmian League Premier Division strugglers Woking. He departed the club in 1983, after relegation to Division One was confirmed. He later played for Kingstonian, Staines Town and Dorking.