|Full name||Samuel Bagnall|
|Date of birth||1892|
|Place of birth||Neepsend, Sheffield, England|
|Height||5 ft 7 in (1.70 m)|
|Playing position||Outside right|
|Clowne Rising Star|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.|
Samuel "Sam" Bagnall (1892 – after 1916) was an English footballer who played for Chesterfield Town and Sheffield United. He was born in Neepsend, Sheffield. Playing outside right, he was known for his pace, being described as a 'better sprinter than a footballer'.
Born in Sheffield, Bagnall made his breakthrough at nearby Chesterfield Town but was quickly transferred to his home-town club Sheffield United for a fee of £152 in April 1913 (although the Blades later informed the Football League that the fee had been £350.)
Despite commanding a large fee for the time he failed to make an impact on the first team at Bramall Lane, making only seven appearances in just over a season before he was released at the outset of World War I.
Bagnall saw active service during the war, being wounded in his left shoulder and arm, and was subsequently discharged in 1916, taking up a job at Welbeck Colliery where he played for their football team.