Date of birth
The former Cheltenham Town shot stopper signed an initial one-year deal at One Call Stadium and became the Stags’ first signing of the 2022 summer transfer window.
Flinders began his career at Barnsley, making his debut in 2005 and in the same year made five appearances for England Under-20s.
The 35-year-old moved to Crystal Palace in 2006 and then enjoyed loan spells at Gillingham, Brighton, Yeovil, Blackpool and Falkirk before making a permanent switch to Hartlepool United in 2009.
Flinders went on to make 252 appearances for The Pools and became the club’s first ever goalkeeper to score a goal from open play with a header against Bournemouth.
In 2012-13, he won three player of the season awards for the County Durham club.
The Rotherham-born ‘keeper then joined York City and then Macclesfield Town, before signing for Cheltenham Town in August 2017.