|Date of birth||2 December 1882|
|Place of birth||Worksop, England|
|Date of death||c. 1943 (aged about 60)|
|Place of death||Worksop, England|
|Playing position||Outside left|
|Worksop West End|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only. † Appearances (Goals).|
Edmund Eyre (2 December 1882 – c. 1943) was an English professional association footballer who played as an outside left. He spent much of his playing career in the First Division of the Football League with Birmingham, Aston Villa and Middlesbrough.
Eyre was born in Worksop, Nottinghamshire, England. He was a pacy winger and good crosser of the ball who scored freely for home-town clubs Worksop West End and Midland League Worksop Town and then for Rotherham Town, also in the Midland League. Eyre moved into the Football League with Birmingham in 1907, finishing his first full season as leading scorer, though with only nine goals for a struggling side who were relegated from the First Division. After scoring four goals in 15 games in the Second Division, he returned to the top flight with Aston Villa. In 1909–10 he contributed to Aston Villa's sixth Football League championship. The following year he moved on to Middlesbrough, returning to Birmingham in April 1914. He retired from football in 1919, and died in Worksop c. 1943 aged about 60.
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