From the Cobblers’ utility man to European champion and England international, Northamptonshire-born Phil Neal enjoyed a record-breaking career.
Eddie McGoldrick’s playing career saw domestic and European success after he made his professional breakthrough with the Cobblers.
Colin Larkin spent most of his career in the English Football League after graduating from Wolves’ academy, and now shares his wisdom and experience as a full-time coach.
From Paris to Plymouth, Mathias Kouo-Doumbé let nothing get in the way of his professional dream and retired as a Cobblers hero in 2014.
Seb Harris made his professional debut at the Cobblers after completing college in the USA, before heading back across the Atlantic to become a Detroit City hero.
Following a severe footballing injury at 24 years old, Gábor Gyepes benefited from a spell with Northampton Town that served to extend his successful and diverse playing career.
Club legend Theo Foley signed for the Cobblers almost 60 years ago, but his unique and inspiring story still chimes for many fans and aspiring footballers.
Signed off a recommendation, Efon Elad had it all to prove in a Cobblers shirt, quickly becoming a fans' favourite who would be remembered by supporters for years to come.