|Date of birth||28 August 1951|
|*Club domestic league appearances and goals|
Todd Clarke (born 28 April 1951) is an Australian former association football player.
Clarke played in the South Australian state league for Adelaide Beograd before moving to Sydney where he played for NSW state league team Hakoah in 1976. He continued with the club, renamed Sydney City, as they joined the then-new National Soccer League in 1977.
Playing against China in 1975, Clarke made the first of 21 full international appearances for Australia. His last match was in Sydney against Greece in 1978.
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