* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
John "Jack" Reynolds (23 September 1881 in Manchester, England – 8 November 1962 in Amsterdam, Netherlands) was an English footballmanager and player. He was the manager of Ajax Amsterdam from 1915–1925, 1928–1940, and 1945–1947. He was one of the pioneers of the Total Football system of playing and is considered to be among the best managers the team has had. He was also the manager of the Swiss side St. Gallen.
Reynolds started his career as a coach with St. Gallen in 1912, and after a two-year stay he left to become coach of the German national football team. The outbreak of World War I prevented that, and he moved to the Netherlands instead.
In 1915, Reynolds started his 27-year association with Ajax, during which he set the bases of the Total Football system of playing later developed by Rinus Michels. During his three spells with the club they won the Eredivisie (the Dutch top division) 8 times and the KNVB Cup (Dutch FA cup) once; Ajax had not won either prize before. After Reynolds retired in 1947, he lived in Amsterdam until his death in 1962. Three years later in 1965 a stand at the De Meer Stadion was named after him.