Full nameHector Lawson 1917–1918→Third Lanark (loan) NameHector Lawson
YearsTeam RoleFootballer 1916–1920Rangers Playing positionForward
Date of birth(1896-05-21)21 May 1896
Place of birthShettleston, Scotland
Hector Lawson (born 21 May 1896, died 1971) was a Scottish born left-wing footballer. He was described by the Derby Daily Telegraph as 'an outside left who has already made a deep impression, and has speed, ball control, and confidence'. He played for a number of clubs including Rangers, Liverpool, Aberdeen and Shamrock Rovers. Born in Shettleston, Lawson played under Bill Struth at Rangers, during the 20th century.