| Albert C. Campbell|
| (1938-01-04)4 January 1938|
Belfast, Northern Ireland
Albert Campbell (footballer) Wikipedia
Albert Campbell (born 4 January 1938 in Belfast, Northern Ireland) is a former footballer who played with Crusaders in the Irish League in the 1960s, and who won two full international caps for Northern Ireland (the first Crusaders player to be capped): against Wales in the 1963 Home Internationals and Switzerland in a World Cup match in 1964. He also won a 'B' international cap against France in 1959.
With Crusaders, he won the Ulster Cup and County Antrim Shield, and was part of the club's first Irish Cup-winning teams in 1967 and 1968. He was named the Ulster Footballer of the Year for the 1960/61 season.