Pavlovs started his professional career at Policija Riga. In 2001 he joined Skonto Rīga, but was mostly back-up for Andrejs Piedels during his four years at club.
In 2005 Pavlovs signed a contract at FK Rīga. In Pavlovs's first season for FK Riga he played 22 out of the 28 league games.
On 23 July 2008, Pavlovs joined Bulgarian A PFG side Levski Sofia on trial during their summer training camp in Austria. In December 2008 he was on trial at Kilmarnock.
During the 2008–09 season, he was loaned to Shakhtyor Soligorsk in Belarus. After his loan return, he played for FK Ventspils. During the summer transfer window FK Ventspils bought two new goalkeepers - Pavel Chasnowski and Aleksandrs Koļinko. Pavlovs was left as the third choice keeper. Due to this fact, he left the team in October 2009, signing with the Cypriot club Akritas Chlorakas.
After a very successful season in the Cypriot Second Division with Akritas he was signed by AEP Paphos in June 2010 to play in the First Division. He was the regular goalkeeper for both Akritas and AEP Paphos.
After the relegation of AEP Paphos in the 2010–11 season, Pavlovs signed for Olympiakos Nicosia to stay playing in the first division. Andrejs made his debut on 28 August 2011, keeping a clean sheet in the 0-0 draw against Anagennisi Dherynia. He made 9 appearances then fell out of favour and was released in January 2012 by mutual consent.
On 28 January 2012, Pavlovs joined Bulgarian A PFG side Lokomotiv Plovdiv on a one-and-a-half year contract.
In May 2012 Pavlovs joined the Latvian Higher League club FK Spartaks Jūrmala.
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