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Luton Shelton (born 11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups.

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  • Luton Shelton (born 11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups.
  • Luton Shelton (born 11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (born 11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica - died 22 January 2021, Andrews Memorial Hospital, St. Andrew) is a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (born 11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica - died 22 January 2021, Andrews Memorial Hospital, St. Andrew) was a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica - 22 January 2021, Andrews Memorial Hospital, St. Andrew) was a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica - 22 January 2021, Andrews Memorial Hospital, St. Andrew) was a Jamaican footballer who played as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • | clubnumber = | position = Left winger / Striker| years1 = 2003–2006 | clubs1 = Harbour View | caps1 = 43 | goals1 = 44| years2 = 2006–2007 | clubs2 = Helsingborgs IF | caps2 = 19 | goals2 = 9| years3 = 2007–2008 | clubs3 = Sheffield United | caps3 = 19 | goals3 = 1| years4 = 2008–2011 | clubs4 = Vålerenga | caps4 = 58 | goals4 = 17| years5 = 2009–2010 | clubs5 = → AaB (loan) | caps5 = 11 | goals5 = 1| years6 = 2011–2013 | clubs6 = Karabükspor | caps6 = 47 | goals6 = 10| years7 = 2013–2015 | clubs7 = Volga Nizhny Novgorod | caps7 = 23 | goals7 = 2| years8 = 2017– | clubs8 = Harbour View | caps8 = 1 | goals8 = 1| nationalyears1 = 2004–2013 | nationalteam1 = Jamaica | nationalcaps1 = 75 | nationalgoals1 = 35| pcupdate = 16:35, 1 March 2017 (UTC)| ntupdate = 13 October 2012}}Luton Shelton (1
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 - 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican footballer who played as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican footballer who played as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican professional footballer who played as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • | death_place = | height = 1.83 m| position = Left winger, striker| years1 = 2003–2006| clubs1 = Harbour View| caps1 = 43| goals1 = 44| years2 = 2006–2007| clubs2 = Helsingborgs IF| caps2 = 19| goals2 = 9| years3 = 2007–2008| clubs3 = Sheffield United| caps3 = 19| goals3 = 1| years4 = 2008–2011| clubs4 = Vålerenga| caps4 = 58| goals4 = 17| years5 = 2009–2010| clubs5 = → AaB (loan)| caps5 = 11| goals5 = 1| years6 = 2011–2013| clubs6 = Karabükspor| caps6 = 47| goals6 = 10| years7 = 2013–2015| clubs7 = Volga Nizhny Novgorod| caps7 = 23| goals7 = 2| years8 = 2017–2018| clubs8 = Harbour View| caps8 = 1| goals8 = 1| totalcaps = 221| totalgoals = 85| nationalyears1 = 2004–2013| nationalteam1 = Jamaica| nationalcaps1 = 75| nationalgoals1 = 35}}Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican professional footballer who played as a striker or winger. Shelton made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. He attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton George Kieshawn Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican professional footballer who played as a striker or winger. Shelton made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. He attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton George Kieshawn Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican professional footballer who played as a striker or winger. At the time of his death, he was the top scorer for the Jamaican national football team with 35 goals. He is also the only player to have scored four goals in his international debut (2004). He earned 75 caps for Jamaica, and played at three CONCACAF Gold Cups.
  • Luton George Kieshawn Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican professional footballer who played as a striker or winger. At the time of his death, he was the top scorer for the Jamaican national football team with 35 goals. He is also the only men's football player to score four goals in his international debut (2004). He earned 75 caps for Jamaica, and played at three CONCACAF Gold Cups.
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  • Luton Shelton (born 11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups.
  • Luton Shelton (born 11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica) is a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (born 11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica - died 22 January 2021, Andrews Memorial Hospital, St. Andrew) is a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (born 11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica - died 22 January 2021, Andrews Memorial Hospital, St. Andrew) was a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica - 22 January 2021, Andrews Memorial Hospital, St. Andrew) was a Jamaican footballer who plays as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica - 22 January 2021, Andrews Memorial Hospital, St. Andrew) was a Jamaican footballer who played as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • | clubnumber = | position = Left winger / Striker| years1 = 2003–2006 | clubs1 = Harbour View | caps1 = 43 | goals1 = 44| years2 = 2006–2007 | clubs2 = Helsingborgs IF | caps2 = 19 | goals2 = 9| years3 = 2007–2008 | clubs3 = Sheffield United | caps3 = 19 | goals3 = 1| years4 = 2008–2011 | clubs4 = Vålerenga | caps4 = 58 | goals4 = 17| years5 = 2009–2010 | clubs5 = → AaB (loan) | caps5 = 11 | goals5 = 1| years6 = 2011–2013 | clubs6 = Karabükspor | caps6 = 47 | goals6 = 10| years7 = 2013–2015 | clubs7 = Volga Nizhny Novgorod | caps7 = 23 | goals7 = 2| years8 = 2017– | clubs8 = Harbour View | caps8 = 1 | goals8 = 1| nationalyears1 = 2004–2013 | nationalteam1 = Jamaica | nationalcaps1 = 75 | nationalgoals1 = 35| pcupdate = 16:35, 1 March 2017 (UTC)| ntupdate = 13 October 2012}}Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 in Kingston, Jamaica - 22 January 2021, Andrews Memorial Hospital, St. Andrew) was a Jamaican footballer who played as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 - 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican footballer who played as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican footballer who played as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican professional footballer who played as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • | death_place = | height = 1.83 m| position = Left winger, striker| years1 = 2003–2006| clubs1 = Harbour View| caps1 = 43| goals1 = 44| years2 = 2006–2007| clubs2 = Helsingborgs IF| caps2 = 19| goals2 = 9| years3 = 2007–2008| clubs3 = Sheffield United| caps3 = 19| goals3 = 1| years4 = 2008–2011| clubs4 = Vålerenga| caps4 = 58| goals4 = 17| years5 = 2009–2010| clubs5 = → AaB (loan)| caps5 = 11| goals5 = 1| years6 = 2011–2013| clubs6 = Karabükspor| caps6 = 47| goals6 = 10| years7 = 2013–2015| clubs7 = Volga Nizhny Novgorod| caps7 = 23| goals7 = 2| years8 = 2017–2018| clubs8 = Harbour View| caps8 = 1| goals8 = 1| totalcaps = 221| totalgoals = 85| nationalyears1 = 2004–2013| nationalteam1 = Jamaica| nationalcaps1 = 75| nationalgoals1 = 35}}Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican professional footballer who played as a striker or winger. He made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. Shelton attended Wolmer's Schools.
  • Luton Shelton (11 November 1985 – 22 January 2021) was a Jamaican professional footballer who played as a striker or winger. Shelton made his international debut for Jamaica in 2004, and earned 75 caps, scoring a record 35 goals and playing at three CONCACAF Gold Cups. He attended Wolmer's Schools.
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