|Full name||David Barry Latchford|
|Date of birth||9 April 1949|
|Place of birth||Birmingham, England|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
David Barry Latchford (born 9 April 1949) is an English former footballer who made 208 appearances in the Football League and 8 in the Scottish League playing as a goalkeeper. He is the older brother of former England international striker Bob Latchford and Celtic goalkeeper Peter Latchford.
Latchford was born in Kings Heath, Birmingham. He joined Birmingham City from school in 1964 and signed professional forms once he turned 17. He was called up for the England Youth squad but was not capped; the other goalkeeper in the squad was Peter Shilton. He kept goal for Birmingham in the FA Youth Cup final of 1967, in which the club were beaten by Sunderland.
Latchford made his League debut in April 1969 in a 2–1 win at Bury, but with Jim Herriot, Paul Cooper and Mike Kelly also at the club it took another four years for him to establish himself as undisputed first choice. Even then manager Freddie Goodwin brought in Welsh international Gary Sprake, but Latchford soon regained his first team place, eventually losing it permanently when new manager Willie Bell brought in Jimmy Montgomery. He left for Motherwell in 1977, followed by spells at Bury, Barnsley, and in non-League football.