|Date signed||1st Jul 2022|
|Debut||vs Bishop's Cleeve (home), Southern League Div.1 South 2022/23, Sat 13th Aug 2022|
|Previous clubs||Staines Albion, Aldershot Town, Reading, Forest Green Rovers (loan), Hayes (loan), Crawley Town, Cambridge United, Peterborough United, Yeovil Town (loan), Torquay United (loan), Wycombe Wanderers, Bristol Rovers (loan), Oxford United (loan), Luton Town, Woking, Eastleigh, Maidstone United, Havant & Waterlooville|
Journeyman centre-forward Scott has represented 17 different clubs during a 20-year football playing career that began in the youth ranks of Staines Albion before he joined Aldershot Town for what would prove to be the first of three stints at the Recreation Ground.
On the opening day of the 2005/06 season, he became the first player to score a goal for Forest Green Rovers after they had turned professional in a match against Cambridge United, who he joined two years later, scoring 22 goals in all competitions for The Us by mid-February. Short spells with Peterborough United and Yeovil Town followed, before he returned to the Abbey Stadium to notch a further 13 league goals in the 2008/09 season.
Throughout the course of a nomadic career, Rendell, who was born in Ashford, Middlesex but lives in Basingstoke, has scored goals in Leagues One and Two, as well as the upper echelons of non-league football. Torquay United and Wycombe Wanderers both benefitted from Rendell’s consistency in front of goal, and he scored the winner that enabled then Conference Premier side Luton Town to knock Premier League Norwich City out of the FA Cup at the 4th Round stage in January 2013.
He enjoyed a successful two-year period with Woking in 2014-2016, before returning to Aldershot for a third spell with the Shots, scoring 32 goals in 111 league games over the course of three seasons. He then spent one year each with Eastleigh and Maidstone United, and at Havant & Waterlooville in the National League South in 2021/22, helping the Hawks to an 8th-place finish.
Top-scoring Scott's 28 league goals fired AFC Totton to the Southern League Div.1 South title in 2022/23 and earned him the division's Golden Boot award, tied with Liam Prynn of Tavistock AFC.
He also scored two first-half goals, the first of them a penalty, in the SDFA Southampton Senior Cup Final at St. Mary's Stadium in May 2023, to spearhead The Stags' impressive 3-0 victory over fierce local rivals Sholing on their way to retaining the trophy they had won at the same venue the previous season.
Voted Players' Player of the Year 2022/23, Scott also coaches the club’s PRO:DIRECT Academy. As part of the work he does outside the club, he guided a youth team to a Bronze Medal at the prestigious Gothia Cup youth tournament in Gothenburg, Sweden shortly before the start of the 2023/24 campaign.
Scott Rendell is sponsored by Mike Andrews.