|Date of birth||30 November 1933|
|Place of birth||Dudley, Worcestershire, England|
|Date of death||20 December 2012(aged 79)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Dennis Stevens (30 November 1933 – 20 December 2012) was an English footballer, born in Dudley, Worcestershire who played in the Football League for Bolton Wanderers, Everton, Oldham Athletic and Tranmere Rovers.
Stevens began his career with Bolton Wanderers and established himself in the side as a scheming inside-forward, winning the FA Cup in 1958. He joined Everton in 1962 as cover, shortly before Bobby Collins moved to Leeds United. He became a vital member of Everton's midfield, being an ever-present in the League over two seasons and a League Championship medal in 1963. After leaving Everton, he played for Oldham Athletic and Tranmere Rovers.
Stevens was the cousin of Manchester United and England player Duncan Edwards who died as a result of the Munich Air Disaster. Ironically, Stevens played against him at Old Trafford on 18 January 1958, where his team were beaten 7-2 by United, less than 3 weeks before the Munich Air Crash. Stevens died on 20 December 2012 after a long illness.
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