Stuart David Munro (born 15 September 1962 in Falkirk) is a Scottish former professional football player, who is best known for his time with Rangers.
Munro was signed from Alloa Athletic and made his top team debut for the Rangers against Dundee on 25 February 1984, aged 21. The game ended in a 3–1 win. He played a further six seasons before with Rangers before being sold to Blackburn Rovers for £350,000.
He emigrated to Australia at the end of his career, appearing for Sydney United in the National Soccer League in what would be his final season of professional football.
Upon retirement, he followed a coaching path, taking the reins at NSL clubs Gippsland Falcons, Carlton, Parramatta Power and South Melbourne.
With the end of that competition, Munro remained in Melbourne and was Manager at Oakleigh Cannons from 2005 to 2008. Following the 2008 season he was appointed Manager at Dandenong Thunder where he remained until 2011 when he was appointed Assistant Manager to his former Rangers teammate Ian Ferguson at Perth Glory. Munro spent 3 season as assistant at Perth Glory. He returned to the Thunder as Manager in 2013 before taking on the role of Technical Director for the 2014 season. Munro once again took on the role as Manager in 2015 but that season saw the club relegated from the Victorian top-flight. After leaving his role at Dandenong, Munro was appointed as the inaugural manager for newly founded Women’s NPL Victoria club Southern United.