|Date of birth||19 November 1979|
|Original team||Lucknow / Gippsland Power|
|Debut||Round 10, 12 May 2000, West Coast
v. Hawthorn, at Subiaco
|Height/Weight||183cm / 79kg|
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 2006 season.
He was a very skilled and essential player for the club while they were struggling at the bottom of the ladder during the 2001–2002 seasons. However, as the Eagles' midfield was flooded with new talent, he struggled to make an impact and be selected for games on a consistent basis.
During this period, he played many games in the WAFL; initially for West Coast's WAFL-affiliate, East Perth (2000–01); and then (after that affiliation ended) with West Perth (2002–04). He won a WAFL premiership at each club, in 2000 and 2003 respectively.
Chambers was traded to the Carlton Football Club at the end of the 2004 season. There was much hype surrounding Callum at the club, as he was the fastest player over long distances in the history of the club, dashing long-distance records in trials. He showed glimpses of brilliance as he helped the team to win the 2005 Pre-Season premiership. However, his form faded away fast in the main season struggled to have much impact at AFL level, playing most of his 2006 for the Northern Bullants seniors. He was delisted at the end of the 2006 season.
From 2007 until 2010, Chambers returned to the West Perth Football Club. In 2008, Chambers played an excellent season, and finished second for the Sandover Medal, two votes behind Peel's Hayden Ballantyne. In 2011, Chambers moved to the Cervantes Football Club in the Central Midlands Coastal Football League; he remains there as of 2014, and won premierships with the club in 2011, 2012 and 2013.
- Callum Chambers's profile on the official website of the Carlton Football Club
- Callum Chambers's statistics from AFL Tables
- Callum Chambers Profile in Blueseum