Date of birth
Callum Reynolds arrived at the Hive in the summer of 2018 after penning a two-year deal with the club, joining from National League play-off semi-finalists Aldershot Town.
The defender joined up with Barnet having turned down a new deal at The Electrical Services Stadium, where he captained the Shots and made 90 appearances.
Born in Luton, Reynolds began his career at Rushden and Diamonds, and moved to the Portsmouth Academy in 2007. Whilst at Fratton Park, he enjoyed loan spells at both Luton and Basingstoke Town, the latter being made permanent upon his release by Portsmouth in 2010.
After one season with Basingstoke, Reynolds joined Conference side Tamworth, and from there spent further time out on loan, with Corby Town and Boreham Wood. He later penned a permanent deal at the latter, leading them to promotion to the National League in 2015, making 183 appearances in just over four seasons at Meadow Park.
Reynolds will undoubtedly offer real leadership qualities when he embarks on his first season at the Hive in August and will be hoping his experience of fighting for promotion will help Barnet’s aim next campaign.