The previous Wick Academy, Huntly and Cove Rangers participant, 32, has hung up his boots after 13 years within the Highland League.
Campbell, who fought again from a critical anterior cruciate ligament damage which stored him out of the sport for 2 years, made 67 appearances and scored 9 objectives in his three years at Bellslea Park.
Fraserburgh’s title-winning midfielder Grant Campbell has introduced his retirement from soccer.
His remaining purpose for the membership got here within the 5-0 win in opposition to Forres Mechanics to safe the title on the final day of the Highland League season.
However an damage suffered within the membership’s championship successful marketing campaign has resulted in Campbell deciding to name it a day.
He instructed Fraserburgh’s web site: “My time at Fraserburgh was particular.
“A gaggle of extraordinarily laborious working and trustworthy gamers with greater than sufficient potential and dedication to win the league, however maybe wanted to develop in perception that they had been ok to do it.
“Being a part of that progress was sensible.
“The way in which the entire membership pulls collectively from (chairman) Finlay (Noble) to the followers and everybody in between makes it a implausible place to play soccer.”
Campbell insists he departs the membership with some fabulous recollections from the membership’s first Highland League win in 20 years.
He stated: “There are various video games that may dwell lengthy within the reminiscence – the comebacks in opposition to Brora at residence and Brechin away, together with the clincher in opposition to Forres at residence, are days I’ll all the time look again on with pleasure and happiness.”
Campbell retires having received the North of Scotland Cup with Wick, three Highland League winners medals, two Highland League Cups and each the Aberdeenshire Cup and Defend with Cove.
He additionally added two Aberdeenshire Cups, the Aberdeenshire Defend and the league title with the Broch final season.