Lee Christopher Trundle (born 10 October 1976) is an English footballer who plays as a striker for Llanelli Town. He also works as the club ambassador and youth team coach for Premier League side Swansea City.

Trundle made a name for himself in professional football during a four-year spell for Swansea City where he scored 78 goals in 146 appearances between 2003 and 2007. Previous to his exploits in South Wales Trundle had initially come through the ranks in the English Non-league system having played for Burscough, Chorley, Stalybridge Celtic, Southport and Bamber Bridge before signing for Welsh Premier League side Rhyl. He managed to net 15 goals in 18 games for Rhyl which earned him a move to Wrexham two years prior to his eventual move to Swansea. In 2007 he left Swansea and signed with Bristol City, though he only scored 8 times in 3 seasons and was loaned out to both Leeds United and back to Swansea. In 2010 after his release from Bristol City he returned to the top tier of Welsh football and signed for Neath. He spent two years with the club scoring 26 goals in 59 games and was eventually let go when the club were liquidated. He rejoined the Football League and signed for Preston North End in the summer of 2012 until he got an injury which saw him lose out on a first team position. It was announced in February 2013 that Lee Trundle signed for Chester until the end of the season. On 28 March 2013, Marine confirmed that they had completed the signing of Trundle from Chester for an undisclosed fee.

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