|Full name||Mark Peter Falco|
|Date of birth||22 October 1960|
|Place of birth||Bethnal Green, London, England|
|1982||→ Chelsea (loan)||3||(0)|
|1987–1991||Queens Park Rangers||87||(27)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Having spent his early years as a prolific goalscorer for Fields United, a youth team in the London Borough of Hackney, Falco started his professional career as a junior at Tottenham Hotspur, making his first-team debut in 1979. In his time at Spurs he played along strikers Steve Archibald and Garth Crooks. He had a good career at Spurs however scoring 98 goals in 236 games, including 5 in the prestigious 1986 Football League Super Cup where he finished second to Liverpool's Ian Rush (7 goals) in the top scorers competition.  He won the 1984 UEFA Cup with Spurs, successfully dispatching his penalty as Spurs overcame Anderlecht in a shootout. Whilst at Spurs, he had a brief spell on loan at Chelsea over November and December 1982, making three appearances.
In 1986 Falco signed for Watford, scoring 15 goals in 30 matches, but soon moved on to join the growing English contingent at Rangers in the Scottish Premier League. In his short spell at Ibrox, Falco scored 10 goals in 19 competitive games, including a vital strike against Dinamo Kiev in the European Cup.
Falco was signed by Queens Park Rangers for £350,000 in December 1987, and made his debut against Manchester United soon afterwards. He went on to play 87 league games for QPR scoring 27 goals. He moved to Millwall in 1991. He retired through injury in 1992.
In 2009, Mark Falco was voted as one of the top 50 greatest Spurs players of all time.
Post football careerEdit
Falco has gone into partnership with fellow ex–Spur John Pratt in a cleaning and asbestos clearing concern based in Hertfordshire. Mark also plays regularly for the Tottenham legends team, and is also part of the "Tottenham Legends" match day corporate host team at White Hart Lane.
Mark retired from the professional game due to injury in 1992. This was shortly after the birth of his two children Sarah and Peter.