Dougie Wood was a Scottish footballer who played for eleven seasons with Derry City from 1961-1972 in the Irish League. He won six inter-league caps for the Irish League between 1964 and 1967, and won the Irish Cup in 1963/64, the Irish League championship and the Gold Cup in 1964/65. He was the Ulster Footballer of the Year for the 1964/65 season. He also managed the club as player-manager between July 1971 and July 1972.
Wood represented the Boston Rovers as a Shamrock Rovers guest player in the summer of 1967.
After Shay Keogh resigned as Shamrock Rovers manager in December 1973 Wood, along with Shay Noonan and Dick Giles took over team affairs for the rest of the 1973/74 season.