|Full name||Thomas Crook Duckworth|
|Date of birth||1882|
|Place of birth||Blackpool, England|
|Playing position||Outside right|
|1903–1904||West Ham United||?||(?)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Thomas Crook "Teddy" Duckworth (born 1882) was an English professional football player and manager. As a player, he was an outside right. He played in the Football League and the Southern League for Blackpool, West Ham United and Blackburn Rovers.
Born in Blackpool, Duckworth began his career with his hometown club in 1902. He made ten League appearances during the 1902–03 campaign, scoring three goals. He spent the 1903–04 season with West Ham, firstly, then Blackburn Rovers, back in his native Lancashire. After making just one League appearance for Rovers, he returned for a second spell with Blackpool late in the 1904–05 season, but did not make any appearances. The following term, however, he made 24 League appearances and scored two goals, before bringing his short career to a close.
- "The 10 Most Influential Englishmen in Central European Football". Les Rosbifs. 14 August 2010. Retrieved 12 September 2010.
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