|Full name||Raymond Christopher Patrick Treacy|
|Date of birth||18 June 1946|
|Place of birth||Dublin, Republic of Ireland|
|Height||1.74 m (5 ft 9 in)|
|Playing position||Striker (retired)|
|-1964||Home Farm F.C.|
|1964–1968||West Bromwich Albion||5||(1)|
|1973–1976||Preston North End||58||(11)|
|1974–1975||→ Oldham Athletic (loan)||3||(1)|
|1976–1977||West Bromwich Albion||21||(6)|
|1978–1979||League of Ireland XI||2||(0)|
|1966||Republic of Ireland U23||1||(0)|
|1966–1980||Republic of Ireland||42||(5)|
|1980–1982||Drogheda United F.C.|
|1982–1990||Home Farm F.C.|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Ray Treacy (born 18 June 1946 in Dublin), is an Irish former professional footballer.
As a youth Treacy played with Home Farm F.C.. He made 5 first team appearances for West Bromwich Albion, scoring one goal, before joining Charlton Athletic in February 1968. Later moving to join Swindon Town, Preston North End, Oldham Athletic (on loan) before returning to West Bromwich Albion in August 1976 where he finished his English career. In 290 league appearances he scored 78 goals.
He then joined Shamrock Rovers in 1977 under Johnny Giles and in three seasons at Milltown he scored 35 league goals from the 71 games he played in and made 3 appearances in European competition, but most prominent for Rovers fans was his penalty against Sligo that won the FAI Cup in 1978.
Treacy almost scored a hat trick for Republic of Ireland national football team against Turkey in April 1978. The two goals that he did score (along with the game's opening goal by Johnny Giles) represent the last occasion that a home-based player has scored for the senior Irish national team.
Treacy represented the League of Ireland in a friendly against Argentina in the Boca Junior Stadium in April 1978. In all he earned two Inter League caps during his spell at Milltown. In April 1979 Treacy was sent off after coming on as a substitute for the League of Ireland XI against Italian League B.
He was granted a testimonial against the full national side in May 1989. Controversially he was one of the backers behind the baffling move to install "Dublin City" into the Scottish Second Division in January 1990 despite managing in the League of Ireland at the same time. He resigned from the Farm in September 1990.
He returned to Rovers as manager in January 1992 and won the title in the 1993–94 season. In his 4 years at the RDS Arena his overall record was
169 66 42 61,222,186
In October 2009 he retired from his travel business.
- The Hoops by Paul Doolan and Robert Goggins (ISBN 0-7171-2121-6)