|Date of birth||1871|
|Place of birth||Penn, England|
|Place of death||Wolverhampton, England|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Edward Brueton (1871 – after 1893) was an English footballer born in Penn, Staffordshire, who played in the Football League as a goalkeeper for Small Heath. He joined Small Heath from Stafford Rangers on trial in September 1894. Without even playing reserve team football, he stood in for regular goalkeeper Charles Partridge in the home game against Preston North End on 29 September, conceded four goals – the game finished as a 4–4 draw – and was back in non-league football with Willenhall Swifts by November.
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