Ernie Walley (born 7 April 1933 in Caernarfon) is a retired association football player, manager and coach.
Walley joined Tottenham Hotspur as a junior in May 1951, making five league appearances as a wing half before moving to Middlesbrough in 1958. After eight appearances for Middlesbrough he moved into coaching. He was caretaker manager of Crystal Palace for six matches following the departure of Terry Venables in 1980. He was later assistant manager to John Hollins at Chelsea during the mid-1980s, and reserve manager under Steve Harrison at Watford. His brother Tom played for Watford and Wales, and was a coach at Watford at the same time as Ernie.