Glossop North End
Playing the majority of his career at Glossop North end (9 years), the long-serving centre-back first arrived at Surrey Street in 2007 and scored 15 goals in 420 outings for the Hillmen.
Lugsden was voted both Players’ and Management Player of the Year in 2014-15, after helping Glossop secure a league and cup double as well as reach their second FA Vase Final at Wembley.
He appeared 28 times in all competitions last season in North End’s first season in the Evo-Stik First Division North, with his final appearance for the club coming in the 2-1 defeat by Northwich Victoria in the play-off semi-finals on April 27.
Following a bad year of football, Lugsden announced his intention to play elsewhere in the 16/17 campaign.
Kelvin said in a club statement: “It is with a heavy heart that I am sadly moving on from Glossop North End.
“I want to thank the club that has become like a home to me and treated me and my family so well over the years; I will take great memories with me and will cherish them for as long as I live.
The fiery centre half moved over to south Yorkshire following the reveal, as Craig Elliott managed to snatch up both him and his twin brother Kieran on a double free transfer. Kelvin would go on to play over 30 games for The Ducks in the 2016/17 season scoring 1 goal.