Tom Conway (footballer, born 1959)

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Tom Conway
Personal information
Full name Thomas Conway
Date of birth (1959-03-07) 7 March 1959 (age 64)
Place of birth Dublin, Ireland
Position(s) Left-back
Senior career*
1977–1985 Athlone Town 178 (6)
1985–1989 Bohemians 62 (4)
1989–1992 Sligo Rovers ? (?)
1992–1994 Longford Town 20 (3)
International career
1989 League of Ireland XI
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Tom Conway (born 7 March 1959 in Dublin) was an Irish soccer player during the 1980s and 1990s. He comes from a famous footballing family with brothers Jimmy and John also being noted players.



He made his League of Ireland debut for Athlone Town A.F.C. on 23 October 1977.

His other clubs in the League of Ireland included Bohemians (who he made 2 European appearances for), Sligo Rovers and Longford Town. Tom won 2 League winners medals with Athlone before joining Bohs in 1985. [1]

Had a joint testimonial with Padraig O'Connor in May 1985. [2]


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  1. Bohemian FC match programme, 18 August 1988
  2. "Subsciption" . The Irish Times . Dublin. 13 May 1985. ISSN   0791-5144. Archived from the original on 18 October 2012. Retrieved 22 May 2023.