|Full name Stuart John Barfoot|
|Playing position |
Name Stuart Barfoot
|Date of birth (1975-12-10)10 December 1975|
Place of birth Southampton, England
Stuart John Barfoot (born 10 December 1975) was an English footballer.
Stuart Barfoot, a full-back, began his career as an apprentice with Bournemouth, turning professional in July 1994. He made just two league appearances (both as a substitute the following season, one coming against Chelsea in the League Cup in September 1994 when he replaced Sean O'Driscoll) before joining Torquay United.
He failed to break into the first team at Plainmoor, leaving league football.
In the 1997-98 season he was playing for Bashley, moving to Andover in 1999. He left Andover in May 2001, joining Brockenhurst.
In June 2003, Barfoot was part of the Southampton All-stars team that took on Brighton as part of the European Pro Beach Soccer League, playing alongside Simon Arthur, Nicky Banger, Ian Juryeff, Matt Le Tissier, David Puckett and Angus Steel.
Stuart was also a keen fisherman and a member of Marchwood Reelers.