Mark Rivers born 26 November 1975 in Crewe is a professional footballer currently without a club.
Mark came through the youth ranks with Crewe Alexandra making his first team debut in 1994 playing as a striker and on both wings over 239 games, scoring 58 goals.
In 2001 he signed for Norwich City for a fee of £500,000. In his first season at Carrow Road, Norwich reached the final of the division one play-offs where they lost on penalties to Birmingham City. He won a first division championship medal with the club in 2004, but his three years with Norwich were marred by inconsistency and injuries. He was released by Norwich manager Nigel Worthington shortly after the 2004 promotion. Dario Gradi brought him back to Crewe, where he played 41 league games and scored 10 goals.
In January 2006 he signed for Carlisle United but only played 6 times and was released in May of the same year.
He came out as gay recently.