Alan Judge is a retired professional footballer, who is the seventh oldest player to play in the Football League. He played as a goalkeeper.
During his career he played for various clubs at all tiers of the League. He was part of the Oxford United team which won the Milk Cup in 1986. He also briefly served as a backup goalkeeper for Chelsea in the European Cup Winners' Cup.
After retiring from the professional game he worked as a driving instructor and goalkeeping coach at several clubs including Swindon and Oxford, occasionally acting as emergency goalkeeping cover. In 2001 he organised a re-run of the 1986 Milk Cup Final against QPR, for charity. On 18 March 2003, at the age of 42, he played his first Football League match since leaving Hereford United in 1994. He helped Oxford to a 1-1 draw with Cambridge United, making a vital save in stoppage time. During the 2003-04 season he also made several appearances for Didcot Town. He made a second appearance for Oxford on 6 November 2004, at the age of 44 years and 176 days.
Judge now plays for Banbury United and has made 17 league appearances so far this season. He is also a goalkeeping coach at Oxford City.
|First Appearance:||20-03-2004 vs Banstead Athletic|
|Total STFC Appearances:||3|
|Total STFC Goals:||0|
|Match Date||Home Team||Score||Away Team||Competition||Goals||Cards||Report|
|14-04-2004||Slough Town||0-1||Bracknell Town||B&B Senior Cup||-||-||Report|
|23-03-2004||Corinthian Casuals||4-1||Slough Town||League||-||-||Report|
|20-03-2004||Banstead Athletic||1-2||Slough Town||League||-||-||Report|