Paul Millar is a Scottish footballer who last played for Deveronvale and is most notably remembered for his time at Elgin City F.C. Standing at five feet and 1 inches, he is widely recognised as the shortest player in world football to date. Millar was signed in January 2010 by then manager Ross Jack, after impressing at a Royal Air Force fixture held at the club's stadium. Millar is the only Elgin City F.C player to have scored in the League Two playoffs after an expertly dispatched volley beat Albion Rovers (1–0) in the first leg at Borough Briggs. Elgin City went on to lose the tie 2–1 in the second leg.
Millar ruptured his anterior cruciate ligament In April 2013 in the last minute of a 4–2 home victory against Clyde F.C where he scored a double to help his team to victory.
He was recently inducted into the Kirckaldy YM Hall of Fame at the annual award ceremony.
After struggling with the injury to his cruciate knee ligament, Millar moved to Formartine United in July 2014, but left exactly a year later for fellow Scottish side Deveronvale, but never fully recovered.