|Full name||Lyndon Nigel Burgess|
|Date of birth||17 November 1980|
|Place of birth||Bermuda|
|Height||6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 11 October 2009|
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Lyndon Nigel Burgess (born 17 November 1980) is a Bermudian sportsman. Best known for his football career as goalkeeper, playing for the Bermuda national team, he was also capped by the Bermuda national rugby union team.
Burgess attended Howard University in the United States, where he studied for a master's degree in electrical engineering and played for the Howard Bison in the NCAA tournament. He then returned to Bermuda and played for Hamilton Parish, and played for the team for three years in the Bermudian Premier Division. In 2007 he was signed by USL Second Division club Bermuda Hogges.
Burgess also played rugby union for the Bermuda Police club, playing as a left wing. In 2015 he was called up to play for the Bermuda rugby union team, winning his first cap against Turks & Caicos.
- Introducing the new look national football squad Bermuda Sun
- Nigel Burgess Academy One Goalkeeping
- Hogges snap up young keeper Burgess Bermuda Sun, 15 June 2007
- Hamilton Parish club accused of mismanagement The Royal Gazette, 25 January 2019
- Venue change no problem for Parish The Royal Gazette, 7 January 2015
- Nigel Burgess Bermuda Police
- Players told to forget about win over Turks The Royal Gazette, 10 March 2015
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