|Full name||Keith Richard Bebbington|
|Date of birth||4 August 1943|
|Place of birth||Cuddington Heath, Cheshire, England|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Bebbington was a quick left winger who came through the youth team at Stoke City. He made his debut against Luton Town in September 1962. He had a good debut season with Stoke as in 1962–63 they won the Second Division title. In 1963–64 Stoke made it to the 1964 Football League Cup Final against Leicester City, Bebbington scoring the first goal of a two legged tie becoming Stoke's first cup final goalscorer, Stoke however lost 4–3 on aggregate.
In the 1965–66 season the substitute was introduced and Bebbington was Stoke's first sub replacing Dennis Viollet on the opening day away at Arsenal. He spent two more seasons at the Victoria Ground and after making 124 appearances, scoring 22 goals he left for Oldham Athletic. He became a key figure with the "Latics" as he made 237 appearances in the league in six years with the club. He finished his career with Rochdale.
- Sourced from Keith Bebbington profile at the English National Football Archive (subscription required)
|Club||Season||League||FA Cup||League Cup||Total|
|Stoke City||1962–63||Second Division||19||4||1||1||2||1||22||6|
|Oldham Athletic||1966–67||Third Division||38||3||4||4||0||0||42||7|
- Stoke City
- Oldham Athletic
- Keith Bebbington stats at Neil Brown stat site