|Full name||James E. Fryatt|
|Date of birth||2 September 1940|
|Place of birth||Southampton, England|
|Charlton Athletic F.C.|
|1957–1960||Charlton Athletic F.C.||5||(3)|
|1960–1963||Southend United F.C.||61||(24)|
|1963–1966||Bradford Park Avenue||101||(38)|
|1967||Torquay United F.C.||27||(11)|
|1967–1968||Stockport County F.C.||44||(28)|
|1968–1970||Blackburn Rovers F.C.||37||(5)|
|1970–1971||Oldham Athletic A.F.C.||76||(40)|
|1973||→Philadelphia Atoms (loan)||18||(7)|
|1974||Stockport County F.C.||1||(1)|
|1974–1975||Torquay United F.C.||4||(0)|
|1977||Las Vegas Quicksilvers|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
A regular scorer for all of his club sides, the stockily built forward was the archetypal journeyman, spending most of his career switching between lower league sides. However whilst appearing for Bradford Park Avenue against Tranmere Rovers on 25 April 1964 Fryatt established a Football League record by scoring after only 4 seconds, the fastest goal in the competition's history. Fryatt is also well regarded for his time at Stockport County, where his strike partnership with Bill Atkins was so formidable that the two have been inducted into the club's Hall of Fame as a unit.
Like many of his contemporaries Fryatt appeared in the North American Soccer League during the summer months, first appearing in the 1973 season with the title winning Philadelphia Atoms, for whom he scored in the play-offs against Toronto Metros. He returned to the club the following year before finishing his career in the 1975 season initially with Hartford Bicentennials and then back in Philadelphia.
After retiring as a player, Fryatt served briefly as the assistant manager of the original Las Vegas Quicksilvers before settling permanently in Las Vegas where he worked at casinos before becoming a mechanic for a golf course.