|Full name||Noel Stephen Synnott|
|Date of birth||December 14, 1951|
|Place of birth||Dublin, Ireland|
|Height||5 ft 11 in (180 cm)|
|1979||League of Ireland XI||1||(0)|
|1978||Republic of Ireland||3||(0)|
|1991–1992||Kilkenny City F.C.|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
He began in the League of Ireland in 1973 playing for Sligo Rovers. He joined Shamrock Rovers the following year firstly playing under Mick Meagan, then Sean Thomas and Johnny Giles. He played for nine years at Milltown, making four appearances in European competition and a League of Ireland XI cap, plus 3 appearances against Liverpool FC and also against Southampton and for Waterford against Arsenal, he also played for the League of Ireland against Argentina in April 1978, in the Boca Juniors stadium in Buenos Aires, just before Argentina won the world cup in June of that year. disaster struck on the 27th of March 1983 when he was the victim of a terribly crude tackle from Mick Fairclough of Dundalk which resulted in a broken leg.
Doctors told him he would never play again so a testimonial was held for him at Glenmalure Park on 21 September 1983.
However two years later he made a comeback for Waterford United where he scored an own goal in the FAI Cup Final in 1986 against Rovers. As Rovers had won the League again this final appearance had qualified the Blues for the UEFA Cup Winners' Cup where Noel scored against FC Girondins de Bordeaux in September 1986.Consequently, finishing top goalscorer for Waterford Utd. that year in European competition !
In August 1988 Synnott once again appeared in The Hoops in a Leinster Senior Cup (association football) tie.
He now works as a Taxi Driver specialising in driving members of the popular Leeds United forum WACCOE.com to their desired destination.