|Full name||Graham Leggat|
|Date of birth||20 June 1934|
|Place of birth||Aberdeen, Scotland|
|Date of death||29 August 2015(aged 81)|
|Place of death||Toronto, Ontario, Canada|
|Playing position||Right winger|
|1954–1957||Scottish League XI||5||(6)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Graham Leggat (20 June 1934 – 29 August 2015) was a Scottish international football player.
Born in Aberdeen, Leggat started his career at his home town club as a right winger. He was part of the Aberdeen team that won the Scottish league title in 1954–55 and the 1955–56 Scottish League Cup. He scored six goals for the Scottish League XI in five appearances.
He was transferred to Fulham in 1958 for £16,000, where he formed a right flank partnership with England captain Johnny Haynes. He wound down his career with short spells at Birmingham, Rotherham and Bromsgrove Rovers and was also briefly a coach at Aston Villa. Leggat held the record for the fastest hat-trick in the English league, having scored three goals in three minutes in a 10–1 win for Fulham against Ipswich Town on 26 December 1963. This record was broken in May 2015 by Sadio Mané of Southampton.
In 1971 Leggatt emigrated to Canada and served as the first head coach of the Toronto Metros. Several years later he would become Vice-President and Managing Director for the Edmonton Drillers from 1979 to 1980.
He began a second career as an analyst on soccer telecasts for the CBC at the 1976 Summer Olympics and at the World Cup. He later became host of TSN's popular Soccer Saturday program as well as an on-air analyst on its soccer telecasts. He was inducted into the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame in 2001 as a 'builder'. Leggat died in August 2015, aged 81.
- Scores and results list Scotland's goal tally first.
|1||14 Apr 1956||Hampden Park, Glasgow||England||1–0||1–1||BHC|
|2||5 Oct 1957||Windsor Park, Belfast||Northern Ireland||1–1||1–1||BHC|
|3||18 Oct 1958||Ninian Park, Cardiff||Wales||1–0||3–0||BHC|
|4||6 May 1959||Hampden Park, Glasgow||West Germany||3–1||3–2||Friendly|
|5||27 May 1959||Olympisch Stadion, Amsterdam||Netherlands||2–1||2–1||Friendly|
|6||3 Oct 1959||Windsor Park, Belfast||Northern Ireland||1–0||4–0||BHC|
|7||4 Nov 1959||Hampden Park, Glasgow||Wales||1–1||1–1||BHC|
|8||19 Apr 1960||Hampden Park, Glasgow||England||1–0||1–1||BHC|
- "Graham Leggat". Barry Hugman's Footballers. Retrieved 21 February 2017.
- "Graham Leggatt". Londonhearts.com. London Hearts Supporters' Club. Retrieved 4 December 2011.
- Davis, Toby (16 May 2015). "Villa and Leicester safe, Gerrard farewell agony". Reuters. Retrieved 16 May 2015.
- "The Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame Mourns the Loss of Graham Leggat". www.thesoccerhalloffame.ca. Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame. 30 August 2015. Retrieved 10 November 2015.
- "AFC great passes away". www.afc.co.uk. Aberdeen FC. 30 August 2015. Retrieved 30 August 2015.
- Graham Leggat 1960–2011 The Filmmaker Magazine 26 August 2011