|Full name||David Wilson|
|Date of birth||10 January 1939|
|Place of birth||Glasgow, Scotland|
|Playing position||Left winger|
|1960–1964||Scottish League XI||7||(3)|
|1987-1989||Queen of the South|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Wilson made just under 400 league appearances during his twelve-year playing career, making 22 appearances for Scotland (scoring ten goals) and finishing runner-up with Rangers in the inaugural UEFA Cup Winners' Cup in 1961. Wilson also won a number of domestic honours, winning each domestic trophy between two and five times. Wilson also represented the Scottish League XI.
He later had two spells as manager of Dumbarton, taking them into the Premier Division in his second spell, widely regarded as a commendable achievement for a part-time club. Wilson also had a spell as manager of Dumfries club Queen of the South. Wilson took over after the surprise resignation of promotion winning Nobby Clark.
- Scottish Cup: 5
- UEFA Cup Winners' Cup Runner-up: 1
- Scores and results list Scotland's goal tally first.
|1||15 April 1961||Wembley Stadium, London||England||2-3||3-9||BHC|
|2||7 October 1961||Windsor Park, Belfast||Northern Ireland||1-0||6-1||BHC|
|3||14 April 1962||Hampden Park, Glasgow||England||1-0||2-0||BHC|
|4||8 May 1963||Hampden Park, Glasgow||Austria||1-0||4-1||Friendly|
|5||8 May 1963||Hampden Park, Glasgow||Austria||2-0||4-1||Friendly|
|6||13 June 1963||Bernabeu, Madrid||Spain||4-1||6-2||Friendly|
|7||25 November 1964||Hampden Park, Glasgow||Northern Ireland||1-1||3-2||BHC|
|8||25 November 1964||Hampden Park, Glasgow||Northern Ireland||3-2||3-2||BHC|
|9||27 May 1965||Olympia Stadion, Helsinki||Finland||1-1||2-1||WCQG8|
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