Corby Town have completed the signing of former Aston Villa striker Stefan Moore on loan from Vanarama National League Premier Division side Solihull Moors.
After captaining the Aston Villa academy to win the FA Youth Cup in 2003, Moore played for the Villains in the Premier League, before going on loan spells to Football League clubs Chesterfield, Millwall and Leicester City. He then joined Queens Park Rangers where he played for three years, making 39 appearances in the League.
He was loaned out to Port Vale in 2006, before joining Walsall, Kidderminster Harriers, and Halesowen Town.
Moore joined St Neots Town in 2010, and helped the club to the United Counties League Premier Division title and Huntingdonshire Senior Cup in 2010–11 and Southern League Central Division title in 2011–12. He then moved to Leamington in December 2012, and was dual-registered with Brackley Town four months later. Leamington won the Southern League title in 2012–13.
Solihull Moors was his next destination in December 2014, where he helped to club to win promotion as champions of the National League North in 2015–16.
Since dropping in to non-league in his mid-twenties Moore has been a prolific goalscorer, netting over 180 goals.
Corby Town manager Gary Mills was delighted to bring Moore to the club and told corbytownfc.co.uk; “I am absolutely delighted to be able to unveil Stefan as a Corby Town player, this is a huge signing for the club.
“He has a reputation for scoring goals and brings huge experience with him from his football career so far. This signing shows great intent and I would like to thank the board for backing me to make this addition.
“Having Stefan around will provide a huge boost to both the fans and the dressing room.
“His experience will also be vital in helping with the development of our academy players.”