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Fergie or Fergy is a short form of the names Fergus and Ferguson and may refer to:

  • Fergie (singer) (Stacy Ann Ferguson, born 1975), American singer-songwriter, television host and actress; member of the group The Black Eyed Peas
  • Sarah, Duchess of York (Sarah Ferguson, born 1959), former wife of Prince Andrew, Duke of York, also known as Fergie
  • Sir Alex Ferguson (born 1941), Scottish former football manager of Manchester United F.C.
  • Barry Ferguson (born 1978), Scottish football player
  • Darren Ferguson, Scottish football manager and former player, son of Alex Ferguson
  • Forest K. Ferguson (1919–1954), American college multi-sport athlete
  • Fergie Aitken (1896–1989), Scottish footballer
  • Fergy Brown (1923–2013), Canadian politician
  • Dennis Frederiksen (1951–2014), American singer occasionally credited as just "Fergie"
  • Ferguson Jenkins (born 1942), Canadian former Major League Baseball pitcher
  • Subhash Gupte (1929–2002), Indian cricketer
  • Fergy Malone (1844–1905), American baseball player
  • Fergie McCormick (born 1939), New Zealand former rugby union footballer
  • Fergie MacDonald (born c. 1940s), Scottish ceilidh dance band leader
  • Fergie Olver, Canadian game show host and sportscaster
  • Fergie Reid (1849–1924), Australian trade unionist and politician
  • Fergie Semple (1922–2003), British Army brigadier and Director SAS
  • Fergus Suter (1857–1916), Scottish footballer, arguably the first recognised professional footballer
  • Fergie Sutherland (1931–2012), Irish horse trainer
  • Fergie (DJ) (Robert Ferguson, born 1979), Irish DJ and former radio presenter

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