The winger joins on a two year deal, keeping him at The Falkirk Stadium until 2024.
The 25-year-old spent last season in the cinch Championship with Greenock Morton, where he made 15 appearances.
Calvin came through Celtic’s youth academy, making the step up to the first team in 2016, turning out four times for the Glasgow side. During his time at Celtic, Calvin spent two seasons on loan with Dundee and Ayr United respectively before leaving Celtic to ply his trade south of the border.
Stints at Harrogate Town, Notts County and Chesterfield followed, with Calvin making 67 appearances between them.
John McGlynn said of Calvin:
“Calvin is a lad I’ve known for some time, since I was at Celtic. He came through the youth set-up there. He can play a number of positions but as a youth I saw him play as a striker and a winger, and we’ve brought him in predominantly as a winger. We needed someone with a left foot, with quality, with pace and Calvin brings all of that.
“He’s a natural at the defensive side of the game too, having played as a left back with Dundee in the Premiership. He’s got great experience from playing in England and had a good spell at Morton last season. We’re very lucky to have him, I didn’t think we’d be able to get a player of his calibre. We’re delighted he’s here and we’re looking forward to working with him and to see him producing the goods.”
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