|Full name||Luke Anthony Casserly|
|Date of birth||11 December 1973|
|Place of birth||Sydney, New South Wales, Australia|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 17:01, 16 May 2009 (UTC).
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 17:01, 16 May 2009 (UTC)
Luke Casserly (born 11 December 1973) is a former Australian international footballer. Casserly was born in Sydney and attended St. Dominic's College in Kingswood. He is married to wife Gracie, and has two children Camryn and Noah.
Casserly made his senior debut for Marconi in the National Soccer League as a 17-year-old, and quickly established himself as an integral part of the first-team squad winning the NSL championship in 1992/93. An enterprising wing back, Casserly would ultimately spend 7 seasons with Marconi, earning International honours at Under 20 and Under 23 level, and ultimately making his full senior debut under Terry Venables against New Zealand in 1997.
He was lured to Northern Spirit in 1998, the newly formed NSL franchise based in North Sydney. After two impressive seasons there, and in the prime of his career at 26, he moved abroard to Sweden, signing with AIK. His progress at the Swedish club was steady, and he finally secured a regular starting position in his third season with the club, playing 30 out of a possible 36 matches. However, he failed to negotiate an improved contract, and returned to Australia, playing out the final seasons of the now defunct NSL with Marconi.
Despite the dawn of the A-League, Casserly elected to pursue more lucrative career interests outside of football, and continued to play football at the NSW Premier League level, where his clubs have included Marconi, Stanmore Hawks, Blacktown City and Manly United. The 2010 NSWPL season was Casserly's last as a player and he became head Coach of Marconi Stallions in 2011. After an average year in his first year as coach, Casserly managed to bring championship success to Marconi in 2012 winning the grand final match against Bonnyrigg White Eagles 2–0. This was Marconi's first championship victory since the 1992/93 NSL season. Casserly was part of that team as a player and has now become one of a rare few that have won titles with a club as both player and coach.
In 2013, Casserly was appointed as head of national performance of the Football Federation Australia.
- NSL Champions: 1992–93
- NSL Minor Premiership: 1995–96
- NSL Championship Runners-Up: 1995–96
- NSWPL Champions : 2012