|Date of birth||20 September 1863|
|Place of birth||Southwark, England|
|Date of death||2 October 1931(aged 68)|
|Place of death||Rotherhithe, England|
|Playing position||Half back|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
The Reverend Andrew Amos MA (20 September 1863 – 2 October 1931) was an English amateur football player who played for Cambridge University, Old Carthusians, Corinthian and Hitchin Town, as well as making two appearances for the English national side. He subsequently became an ordained minister in the Church of England
Amos was born in Southwark, London and was educated at Charterhouse School, where he was a member of the school football team in 1882. He then went up to Clare College, Cambridge and was awarded his blue in 1884.
After graduating he played football for the Old Carthusians as well as joining the Corinthian amateur club which had been founded two years earlier. He joined Corinthian in time for their December 1884 tour of the north of England when they played seven matches against professional clubs in eight days. The first match of the tour was against the FA Cup holders, Blackburn Rovers and, according to Rob Cavallini in his History of the Corinthian Football Club, "what happened next was truly remarkable and firmly established the Corinthian FC as a major power in the football world (as) Corinthian FC simply overwhelmed the FA Cup holders at their own stadium 8–1." Amos played at centre half in this match and amongst the goalscorers was Tinsley Lindley with three goals. Amos played in five of the seven tour matches.
His England call up came, as an Old Carthusians player, for the Home International Championship match against Scotland on 21 March 1885 when Amos played at left-half in a 1–1 draw. His next international call-up came a year later against Wales. Until recently the second goal in this match was credited to Tinsley Lindley but a review of contemporary records revealed that Amos scored the goal, and this is now recognized by most current reference sources.
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- Rob Cavallini (2007). Play Up Corinth: A History of the Corinthian Football Club. Tempus Publishing. pp. 13–14. ISBN 0-7524-4479-4.
- England 1 - Scotland 1; 21 March 1885 (Match summary)
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- Wales 1 - England 3; 29 March 1886 (Match summary)
- "No. 32490". The London Gazette. 18 October 1921. p. 8186.