|Full name||Mark Quigley|
|Date of birth||27 October 1985|
|Place of birth||Dublin, Republic of Ireland|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|Current club||Shamrock Rovers|
|2005||→ Shamrock Rovers (loan)||10||(1)|
|2006–2009||St Patrick's Athletic||148||(36)|
|2008||Republic of Ireland U23||1||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Quigley came to prominence as a schoolboy with noted Dublin club Belvedere from where he signed for Millwall in 2003. He made his Football League debut as a substitute against Stoke City on 19 February 2005. After a further 8 appearances he moved home on loan to Shamrock Rovers for the rest of the 2005 League of Ireland season making his League of Ireland debut on 19 August and he went on to make a total of 12 appearances under Roddy Collins.
Mark signed for St. Patrick's Athletic in 2006 and made a huge breakthrough during the 2007 season. He ended the campaign as second top scorer in the league and was voted PFAI Young Player of the Year. He was also called up to the Republic of Ireland Under 23 squad for the game against Northern Ireland and reportedly impressed the watching national coach Giovanni Trappatoni.
Quigley made a slow start to his Bohs career and it was 8 May before he netted his first league for the club when scoring the winner against Sligo Rovers. Despite playing as a forward for most of his career, Pat Fenlon decided to use Mark as a winger and this played a part in a strike rate of only 4 goals in 34 league appearances for the Gypsies. When his contract expired at the end of the 2010 season, Quigley was released by Bohemians.
Quiqley signed for Sligo Rovers on 14 December 2011, to fight for a place alongside Danny North. Quigley scored the winning goal from the penalty spot against his former club Saint Patrick's Athletic to clinch Sligo's first league title since 1977.
Return to Rovers
- League of Ireland:
- Setanta Sports Cup: 2
- PFAI Player of the Year:
- Sligo Rovers – 2012
- PFAI Young Player of the Year:
- St Patrick's Athletic – 2007