15 Facts About Aden Flint


Aden Flint was born on 11 July 1989 and is an English professional footballer who plays as a defender for Sheffield Wednesday on loan from EFL Championship club Stoke City.


Aden Flint spent three months of his debut season at Alfreton on loan with Northern Premier League Premier Division side Matlock Town.


On 26 February 2009, Matlock manager Mark Atkins confirmed that Aden Flint was among three players to have departed the club following the end of his loan.


Aden Flint impressed many visiting scouts with bids being turned down from Derby County, Luton Town and ten other clubs according to Alfreton chairman, Wayne Bradley.


Ward announced that Aden Flint was scheduled to travel to Wiltshire the next day to discuss a possible move with Swindon Town with Danny Wilson.


On 6 August 2011, Aden Flint scored his first goal against Crewe Alexandra.


Aden Flint briefly sparked a hostile relationship with fans of his former team Swindon by stating in an interview that he did not wish for them to achieve promotion.


Aden Flint scored in the semi-final defeat against Premier League leaders Manchester City.


Aden Flint returned to Cardiff in January 2021 and became a key fixture of the side under new manager Mick McCarthy.


On 10 June 2022, Cardiff announced Aden Flint would leave the club when his contract expired on 30 June.


On 16 October 2020, Aden Flint joined Sheffield Wednesday on a season-long loan.


Aden Flint made his debut the day later, starting away to Birmingham City, helping to keep a clean sheet.


On 15 June 2022, Aden Flint joined Stoke City a one-year contract.


On 27 January 2023, Aden Flint re-joined Sheffield Wednesday on loan for the rest of the season.


Aden Flint made his second-debut against Fleetwood Town the following day coming off the bench.