|Place of birth||Durham, England|
|Date of death||July 27, 1968|
|Place of death||Toronto, Canada|
|Playing position||Center Forward|
|Toronto Willys Overland|
|1924-1925||Boston Wonder Workers||28||(27)|
|1925-1928||New Bedford Whalers||140||(123)|
|1928-1929||New York Giants||?||(23)|
|1929-1930||New York Nationals||7||(2)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).|
Andy Stevens (born in England) was an English-Canadian soccer center forward who began and ended his career in Canada with six seasons in the American Soccer League. He was a two time league leading scorer with the ASL and was a member of the Canadian National Soccer Hall of Fame's 2006 Team of Distinction, the 1933 Toronto Scottish.
Professional career 
Stevens was born in England, but grew up in Canada. He began his professional career with Davenport Albion before playing for Toronto Willys Overland and Toronto Ulster. In 1924, he moved to the United States where he signed with the Boston Wonder Workers of the American Soccer League. Boston transferred him to the New Bedford Whalers just over halfway through the season. Stevens led the ASL in scoring twice: 1925-1926 (44 goals) and 1927-1928 (30 goals). Stevens remained with the Whalers until 1928-1929 season, but left the team after fifteen games to sign with the New York Giants of the Eastern Professional Soccer League. With the merger of the ESL and ASL in 1929, several teams from the ESL petitioned for entry into the new league. New York Hispano, of the ESL, moved to Bridgeport, Connecticut under the new name Bridgeport Hungaria. The team ownership hired Stevens to coach the team. In March 1930, Hungaria folded ten games into the season. Stevens then moved to the New York Nationals for the last few games of the season. The Nationals folded at the end of the season and Stevens returned to Canada where he joined Toronto Scottish. On June 11, 1933, Toronto Scottish met Stix, Baer and Fuller F.C., the reigning National Challenge Cup champion in a one time North American Soccer Championship. Toronto took the game 2-1.