|Career highlights and awards|
|Honors||First-team All-American, 1916|
Charles Comerford was an American football player. He played at the end position for Yale University and was selected as a first-team All-American in 1916 by the International News Service and Boston Post. In 1919, Comerford joined the Yale coaching staff. He continued to be an assistant coach at Yale at least through the 1922 season.
- Jack Velock, INS sports editor (1916-12-04). "Have Hard Job Selecting All-American Team". Lima Times Democrat.
- "Here's All-American Eleven for 1916". The Times (Hammond, IN). 1916-12-05.
- "COMERFORD JOINS COACHES AT YALE; Former 'Varsity End Added to Football Advisory Board -- Team Tries New Plays". The New York Times. 1919-10-07.
- "WILL COACH YALE ENDS: Comerford to Assist Jones on GridIron Again Next Season". The New York Times. 1922-03-29.