Jack Cooper (association footballer)
|Full name||John C. Cooper|
|Date of birth||1889|
|Place of birth||Sneinton, England|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
- For other persons named Jack Cooper, see Jack Cooper (disambiguation).
Jack Cooper was a member of the Barnsley side who won the FA Cup in 1912 beating West Bromwich Albion in the replay after the first match ended goalless. He fumbled a save in the first fifteen minutes of the first match and was saved from embarrassment by a lack of WBA forwards. In the replay he made an important save, diving onto his side, to save a quick shot from Bob Pailor, the WBA centre forward, though the ball was finally cleared by Bob Glendinning.