Christopher Joseph Martin (born 21 July 1990) is an English football goalkeeper who plays for Kidsgrove Athletic in the Northern Premier League Division One South.

Having come through the club's youth set-up, he turned professional at Port Vale in 2007 after spending time on loan at non-league Kidsgrove Athletic. He spent 2007–08 and 2008–09 as Joe Anyon's deputy, before he won the #1 jersey in summer 2010, having established himself as the club's first choice keeper in the 2009–10 campaign. However he was released after he spent most of the 2010–11 and 2011–12 seasons on the bench behind new signing Stuart Tomlinson. In August 2012, he dropped down three tiers to join Ilkeston. The following year he dropped down another division to play for Mickleover Sports . He helped Mickleover to win the Northern Premier League Division One South title in 2014–15. He joined Leek Town in June 2015, and then Kidsgrove Athletic in December 2016.

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