Peter Burridge

Peter Burridge
Personal information
Full namePeter Burridge
Date of birth (1933-12-30) 30 December 1933 (age 83)
Place of birth Harlow, England
Playing positionForward
Senior career*
1959?-1960Leyton Orient6(2)
1962-1965Crystal Palace114(42)
1965-1967?Charlton Athletic44(4)
1967?-19??Bedford Town
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.


Peter Burridge (given birth to 30 Dec 1933 in Harlow) can be an British former footballer who all played as an internal forward in the 1950s and 1960s.

Playing career

He began his profession with Barnet and from there is signed by Leyton Orient from the Soccer Group in 1958-59. He just played a small number of video games for the membership before an effective transfer to Millwall in 1960. In 1960–61 period he have scored 34 goals for the membership, which was followed another period with 22 goals which helped Millwall towards the League title, pursuing which he was marketed to Crystal Palace for £10,000, putting your signature on in June 1962.He played more than 100 league video games for Palace, and scored a group hat-trick on their behalf versus Wrexham in 15 Apr 1963. In period 1963–64 Palace had been promoted to the next tier and Burridge performed in every but two video games, credit scoring 20 goals, producing him joint (Group) top-scorer with Cliff Holton. In November 1965, he transferred to Charlton Athletic before time for nonleague soccer with Bedford City.