|Full name||Frederick George Spackman|
|Date of birth||1878|
|Place of birth||Maidstone, Kent, England|
|Date of death||30 May 1942 (aged 63–64)|
|Place of death||Bromley, London, England|
|Queens Park Rangers|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Frederick George Spackman (1878 – 30 May 1942) was a British footballer who played as an inside-right. He competed in the 1900 Olympic Games in Paris, winning a gold medal as a member of Upton Park club team.
Spackman played for Queens Park Rangers and Wandsworth before joining Fulham during the 1899–1900 season, along with his brother Harry. He was part of the team that won the Southern League Second Division in 1902–03. He made a total of 53 league appearances for the club.
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