|Full name||Anthony Charles Fitzpatrick|
|Date of birth||3 March 1956|
|Place of birth||Glasgow, Scotland|
|1978||Scottish League XI||1||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Anthony Charles Fitzpatrick (born 3 March 1956 in Glasgow) is a Scottish former football player and manager. He made a record 351 league appearances (458 in all competitions – since beaten by Hugh Murray) for St Mirren in two spells, playing for Bristol City in the two intervening seasons.
During his time with the Paisley club he captained them to the 1987 Scottish Cup Final and made a substitute appearance as the team defeated Dundee United to lift the trophy. He also managed the club between 1988 and 1991 and again between 1996 and 1998.
Tony had a spell as Youth Development Manager at Livingston prior to the club entering administration. Following this he decided to change his focus and concentrate on an interest of his, developing peoples self-esteem and confidence through sport and groupwork. He ran Kan-Do Sports Training and Development, working with both adults and teenagers seeking to return to employment by developing their 'soft skills'.
Fitzpatrick was appointed St Mirren chief executive in January 2016, succeeding Brian Caldwell.
Fitzpatrick was one of four former players voted by supporters to have a street named in his honour - Fitzpatrick Way - following a public competition  run by Renfrewshire Council to name the streets at the former Love Street ground being developed into affordable housing by Sanctuary Scotland.
- Scotland U21 player Tony Fitzpatrick at FitbaStats
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- "About Us". Kan-Do Training & Development. Retrieved 4 November 2017.
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- St Mirren stars immortalised at former Love Street stadium, Renfrewshire Council
- Tony Fitzpatrick at Post War English & Scottish Football League A–Z Player's Database
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