|Full name||Phillip Stanley Roberts|
|Date of birth||24 February 1950|
|Place of birth||Cardiff, Wales|
|Height||5 ft 10 in (1.78 m)|
|1983–1984||Ottery St Mary|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Phillip Stanley "Phil" Roberts (born 24 February 1950) is a Welsh former professional footballer whose four club career spanned three decades. Born in Cardiff, Roberts won six Wales Under 23 caps  whilst with his first club Bristol Rovers (where he is still widely regarded ). In all Roberts was to make 175 appearances for The Gas before moving to Portsmouth in the 1973 close season as part of new chairman John Deacon’s ambitious re-building plans. He was to prove such an effective player on the south coast that in 1974 he was awarded four full Welsh caps. Roberts was to hold the right back spot at Fratton Park for four seasons, his final appearance being in the 5-1 thrashing which consigned the club to fourth division football for the first time in their history. A very brief spell with Hereford followed before another 100 plus stint with Exeter ended a successful career.
- ”Rothmans Football Year Book,1970-71” Peskett,R/Williams,T: Harpenden, QAP,1970 ISBN 0-362-00071-9
- Between December 1970 and March 1973 AFS DataBase
- Photo of Roberts (Rovers Era)
- Nomination for all-time Rovers team at full back
- "The PFA Premier League and Football League Players’ Records 1946-98” Hugman,B: Harpenden, Queen Anne Press, 1998 ISBN 1-85291-585-4
- £55,000 transfer
- ”Portsmouth, from Tindall to Ball” Farmery, C: Southend-on-Sea, Desert Island Books, 1999 ISBN 1-874287-25-2
- "Pompey: The History of Portsmouth Football Club" Cooper,M/ Neasom,M/ Robinson,D: Portsmouth, Milestone Publications, 1984 ISBN 0-903852-50-0
- Victories against Hungary and Luxembourg; defeats against England and Austria- AFS DataBase
- "The News", 22 March 1978, article by Mike Neasom Where is Southport?
- Details of transfer from Portsmouth
- Details of match late in his career