|Full name||Kieran Michael O'Regan|
|Date of birth||9 November 1963|
|Place of birth||Cork, Ireland|
|1982–1986||Brighton & Hove Albion||86||(2)|
|1993–1995||West Bromwich Albion||45||(2)|
|1983–1985||Republic of Ireland U21||5||(0)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Kieran Michael O'Regan (born 9 November 1963 in Cork, Republic of Ireland) is a former Irish footballer and football manager, who played and managed in England. He now works as a football commentator for BBC Radio Leeds with Paul Ogden, covering Huddersfield Town matches.
O'Regan was signed by Brighton and Hove Albion in 1982 from Tramore Athletic. Whilst at Brighton he gained 4 caps for the Ireland team in 1984. He played a season for Swindon Town before getting a transfer to Huddersfield Town A.F.C. in 1988 signed by his former Éire manager Eoin Hand. He spent six seasons with Town making 199 league appearances.
After a spell at West Bromwich Albion he returned to West Yorkshire to join Halifax Town. He jointly managed the side with George Mulhall from February 1997 to August 1998. During this time he was also the captain of the Halifax team who finished the 1997/98 as champions of the Football Conference. He became the sole manager in August 1998 following Mulhall's retirement. However, he lasted less than a full season in this role and was sacked in April 1999.
O'Regan gained 4 caps for the Ireland team in 1984 during his time playing for Brighton.
O'Regan started his managerial career with Halifax Town where he jointly managed the side with George Mulhall from February 1997 to August 1998 during which time he also captained the side. O'Regan became the sole manager in August 1998 following Mulhall's retirement. However, he lasted less than a full season in this role and was sacked in April 1999.
|England||Halifax Town (with George Mulhall)||02/1997 - 08/1998||58||30||17||11|
|England||Halifax Town||08/1998 - 04/1999||47||17||14||16|
He also works selling carpets at Carpet Clearance Centre on Lockwood Road Huddersfield.