|Full name||Tommy Stark|
|Place of birth||Glasgow, Scotland|
|Place of death||United States|
|Playing position||Left Back|
|1921–1924||New York Field Club||57||(4)|
|1924||New York Giants||2||(1)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Tommy Stark was a U.S.-Scottish soccer right half who spent several seasons in both the National Association Football League and the first American Soccer League. He earned one cap with the U.S. national team in 1925.
Stark, brother of Hall of Fame member Archie Stark, was part of the Kearny Scots team which won the 1915 American Cup. He also played with Paterson F.C. of the National Association Football League (NAFBL) during the 1918-1919 season. That year Paterson lost the 1919 National Challenge Cup final to Bethlehem Steel He was then with Erie A.A. during the 1920-1921 NAFBL season. In 1921, the American Soccer League replaced the NAFBL and Stark moved to New York Field Club. In 1924, he moved to the New York Giants, but played only two games before transferring to the Newark Skeeters. He left the Skeeters and the league after only eight games.
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