First-Team Goalkeeping Coach
Date of birth
Swindon Town's First-Team Goalkeeping Coach Steve Mildenhall is somewhat of a cult figure at SN1.
Born and bred in Swindon, the former goalkeeper began his career with the Robins in 1995, even appearing as a striker in one game away at Tranmere Rovers!
Named Young Player of the Year and Player of the Year during his time at The County Ground, Mildenhall secured a £150,000 move to Notts County in 2001 and he made just shy of 100 appearances for the Magpies, while also scoring a goal against Mansfield in a League Cup tie.
Mildenhall went on to rack up over 500 games in the Football League, opting to hang up his boots at the end of the 2016-17 season while with Bristol Rovers.
He began to cut his teeth in coaching with the Gas as their Goalkeeper Coach, before returning home to Swindon in the summer of 2018 after agreeing to join Phil Brown's backroom staff as Goalkeeping Coach.
Mildenhall has been a valuable and crucial member of the backroom team ever since, and he stepped up to help guide the club through a rough spell in the summer when the ownership of the Football Club was being resolved.