|Full name||Steve Aylott|
|Date of birth||3 September 1951|
|Place of birth||Ilford, England|
|1969–1971||West Ham United|
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He was a Leyton Orient and West Ham apprentice centre-half and went to the Manor Ground on trial towards the ned of 1970-1971 after a visit to the Manor with the Hammers' Combination side. He failed to make the Hammers' League sideafter becoming a full-timer in August 1969, but soon made an impact for Oxford United. Aylott joined an Oxford side already well-stocked with centre-backs and was concerted to anchor man in midfield for the Reserves, who were embarking on their best season. He inched ahead of John Fleming to earn a League debut on 9 October 1971 against Middlesbrough, in place of Ron Atkinson and after a substitute slot, succeeded the injured, soon-to-depart, Atkinson for much of the rest of his Manor career. Sometimes he appeared as full-back. He scored his first goal on 18 December 1971 in a home match against Preston North End. The competition for midfield places intensified in 1973-1974, but Aylott enjoyed his best season in 1974-1975. His last game for Oxford was 19 April 1976 away to Southampton. The need to trim the staff after relegation at the end of 1975-1976 saw him released and he joined Brentford.