|Full name Stuart E. Barclay|
Name Stuart Barclay
|Height/Weight 188 cm / 79 kg|
Original team(s) Gisborne
|Date of birth (1949-10-04) 4 October 1949 (age 66)|
1969-1973 1974-1977 1978-1981 Essendon City-South Windsor-Zillmere
Vinexpo Asia 2018: Australia, Country of Honour with Stuart Barclay
Stuart Barclay (born 4 October 1949) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Essendon in the Victorian Football League (VFL).
Recruited from Gisborne, Barclay was a member of the 1968 Essendon reserves premiership team. A defender, Barclay was used initially as a back pocket but became a half-back. He played 38 league games for Essendon, from 1969 to 1973, then accepted an offer to captain-coach Launceston club City-South, which competed in the Northern Tasmanian Football Association.
Barclay was runner-up in the Hec Smith Medal and led City-South to a premiership in 1974, the first of his four seasons as coach. While in Tasmania, Barclay also coached the state team.
From 1978 to 1981, Barclay played in Queensland for Windsor-Zillmere and also represented Queensland. He retired after playing in Windsor-Zillmere's 1981 premiership, which they won with a grand final win over Kedron.