Joseph Anyon (born 29 December 1986) is an English football goalkeeper who plays for EFL League One side Scunthorpe United.

A youth player at Port Vale, he turned professional at the club in 2004, and was loaned out to non-league sides Stafford Rangers and Harrogate Town to gain experience. He was the Vale's first choice goalkeeper from his debut in December 2006 up until a clash that saw him break his leg in March 2009 – later in the year he was voted Player of the Year. He failed to regain his place following recovery from the injury and was released in the summer of 2010, whereupon he signed with Lincoln City. Whilst at City he was loaned out to Morecambe. He was voted as Lincoln's Player of the Season in 2011–12. He joined Shrewsbury Town in July 2012. He joined Macclesfield Town on an emergency loan in January 2013. He left Shrewsbury in summer 2014, and returned to the game with Crewe Alexandra in January 2015 before he signed with Scunthorpe United later in the month.

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