|Full name||Alexander Galloway Raisbeck|
|Date of birth||26 December 1878|
|Place of birth||Polmont, Scotland|
|Date of death||12 March 1949(aged 70)|
|1897–1912||Scottish League XI||3||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Born in Polmont, Stirlingshire, Raisbeck played for Hibernian and a short spell with Stoke before being signed by Liverpool manager Tom Watson in May 1898. Making his debut in a Football League Division One match against Sheffield Wednesday on 3 September 1898, the centre-half eventually became club captain and led Liverpool to the championship in 1900–1901 and 1905–1906. While at Liverpool, he won 8 caps for Scotland and captained his country on 5 occasions.
After leaving the club in 1909, Raisbeck played for Partick Thistle and Hamilton Academical, where he eventually became manager, and went on to manage Bristol City, Halifax Town, Chester and Bath City, before returning to Liverpool as a scout.
Polmont F.C. take part in the Alex Raisbeck Trophy, a competition so named after him as the most famous football player from the town of Polmont. The inaugural competition took place in 2014-15 and is scheduled to take place every year thereafter.
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As a player:
- Liverpool FC (1898–1909): 341 appearances, 21 goals – Football League Championship winner's medal (1901, 1906)
- Partick Thistle FC (1909–1914): 138 appearances, 9 goals
- Scotland (1900–1907): 8 appearances
As a manager:
- Bristol City (1921–1929): Football League Division Three (South) Champions (1923, 1927)
- Halifax Town (1930–1936)
- Chester (1936–1938)