"Jim Stevenson" was a Scottish people/Scottish association football/footballer who played for Dundee F.C./Dundee, Dunfermline Athletic and Cheltenham Town F.C./Cheltenham Town.

Jim started his playing career at Scottish junior side Camelon Juniors F.C./Camelon Juniors before being signed by Dundee F.C./Dundee, making 10 appearances in 1955-56 before he was required to undertake 2 years of national service in the RAF where he played for RAF Kirkham. Eventually being released by Dundee F.C./Dundee he joined Dunfermline Athletic in October 1959, eventually becoming the club's first choice centre half. 3 December 1960 saw Jim break his leg, an injury which saw him miss Dunfermline Athletic winning the Scottish Cup.

His return to the team cam almost a year after the injury on 2 September 1961 in a reserve game against Motherwell F.C./Motherwell and was eventually recalled to the first team in the 9-0 cup win over Wigtown and Bladnoch on 27 January 1962. He was eventually released at the end of 1962-63

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