The brother of Norwich's
Damian Batt, Shaun came to the Canaries
on trial in July 2003 and played for the Under-19s in a friendly
clash with Colchester on 20th July 2003. Shaun was then
playing for Stevenage Borough's youth team although he has played
for their first team.
In October 2004, Shaun joined Arlesey Town on loan. He returned
to Stevenage only to be loaned out for three months to Cheshunt
at the end of January 2005 for whom he made two appearances..
Shaun joined Dagenham and Redbridge, from whom he was loaned
to Ilford in August 2005 according to the Non-League Paper. He
has since returned to the Daggers. Another loan spell at the end
of 2005 with Leyton preceded a January 2006 loan to East Thurrock
United where he remained until the end of the 2005/6 season.
The 2006/7 season saw further loans - this time in November 2006
to St Albans City, and the following month to East Thurrock United.
Shaun was placed on the transfer-list at the end of the 2006/7
season following the Daggers promotion to League Two. In June
2007, he signed for Fisher Athletic.
In July 2008, Shaun trialled with Peterborough, playing in a
pre-season friendly against Stevenage. He was then awarded a one
year contract on 28th July 2008. At the end of his first season,
Peterborough were promoted to the Championship, having played
in 36 matches and scoring twice.
In January 2010, Shaun was loaned to League One side Millwall
and was on the bench for their 2-1 win over Norwich on 6th February
2010. He was in the Lions' side that won the League One play-off
final at Wembley at the end of May 2010, beating Swindon 1-0 and
winning promotion to the Championship. Batt signed a permanent
three-year contract with Millwall for an undisclosed fee on 15th
On 21st February 2012, Shaun joined Crawley on loan for an initial
36 day period. He had been injured and so needed to gain match
Shaun was loaned out by Millwall again on 31st January 2013,
this time joining Leyton Orient for a month. He had made 11 appearances
for Millwall during the 2012/13 season, scoring once.
Batt signed for Leyton Orient on a 2 year contract on the 24th
Batt and Orient were relegated to League Two on 3rd May 2015 despite
a 2-2 draw with Swindon. They had only narrowly missed out on promotion
to the Championship the season before losing the play-off final
to Rotherham on a penalty shootout. Batt's contract is to expire
in the summer of 2015. He signed for Barnet on 9th July 2015. "It
is a good club with great facilities and I am looking forward to
getting some stability back in my career," said Batt. "In
terms of circumstances, it is a great club for me and I knew that
it is the right place for me to be.The guys had a great year last
year (winning promotion into the Football League) and I am more
than happy to play a part in what will hopefully be another successful
Batt was made available for transfer by Barnet in May 2016. He was released in May 2017 and signed for Chelmsford City on 10th July 2017 following tremendous work by the Supporters’ Club’s `12th Man` fund.