|Full name||Darren Stewart|
|Date of birth||17 May 1966|
|Place of birth||Newcastle, Australia|
|–||Newcastle KB United|
|1982–1986||Adamstown Rosebud FC||?||(?)|
|1986–1992||APIA Leichhardt Tigers||111||(0)|
|2003–2004||Balestier Khalsa (Youth)|
|2004–2005||Geylang International FC (Youth)|
|2005–2006||Geylang International FC (Assistant Coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Darren Stewart (born 17 May 1966) is a former Australian football (soccer) player. He is a former Australia national football team player from 1991-1993. He was named Australian Player of the Year in 1993.
He is also a former Australia national football team player from 1991-1993.
He moved to Singapore in 1999, where he played for Balestier Central FC from 1999-2002. In 2002, he finally retired from playing football. He was the assistant manager for Balestier Khalsa FC's Prime League team in 2003 and assistant manager for the Geylang United FC team in 2004-2005.
In January 2012, Stewart was confirmed as Balestier Khalsa head coach for the season 2012 S.League campaign. His time at Balestier were successful, as he guided the club to win the 2013 Singapore League Cup and 6th and 4th placings in the 2012 and 2013 league seasons respectively, the best positions by the club since merging from Balestier Central and Clementi Khalsa. However his contract were not renewed at the end of 2013.
Stewart then were contracted to Woodlands Wellington F.C. at the start of 2014. Initially Stewart were successful, with 5-game unbeaten streak in the league and interest from hometown club Newcastle United Jets F.C. to be their head coach, which Stewart turns down to stay with the Singapore club. But after a string of poor results, culminating in a 7-1 thrashing at the hands of Albirex Niigata Singapore in June, Stewart resigned from his position at the club.
- Maldives name Darren Stewart as head coach, AFC, 27 July 2016, Retrieved 3 August 2016
- Darren Stewart at National-Football-Teams.com
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