William Anderson (Ontario Politician) - Sports


  • Bill Anderson (1880s pitcher) (1865–1936), Major League Baseball player
  • Bill Anderson (1920s pitcher) (1895–1983), Major League Baseball player
  • Bill Anderson (American football coach), college football head coach at Howard Payne University
  • Bill Anderson (footballer), manager of Football League side Lincoln City, 1946–1965
  • Bill Anderson (American football) (born 1936), American football player
  • Bill Anderson (strongman) (born 1937), Scottish sportsman
  • Red Anderson (ice hockey) (Bill Anderson, 1912–1991), ice hockey player
  • William Anderson (18th-century cricketer), mid-18th century English cricketer
  • William Anderson (cricketer born 1859) (1859–1943), Olympic silver medal-winning cricketer
  • William Anderson (cricketer born 1871) (1871–1948), cricketer
  • William Anderson (cricketer born 1909) (1909–1975), first class cricketer
  • William Anderson (cricket umpire) (1910–1975), Test match umpire in two games
  • William Anderson (cyclist), Canadian Olympic cyclist
  • William Anderson (footballer), English footballer, 1883 FA Cup Final winner with Old Etonians
  • William Anderson (Scottish footballer), 1885 FA Cup Finalist with Queen's Park in 1884 and 1885 and Scotland international
  • William Anderson (ice hockey) (1901–1983), British ice hockey player who competed in the 1924 Winter Olympics
  • William Anderson (Scottish cricketer) (1894–1973), Scottish cricketer from Fife

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