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Robert Leckie (footballer)

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Date of birthUnknown (late 1840s)
Date of death1887

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Robert Leckie (born late 1840s; died February 1887 in Port Elizabeth, South Africa) was a Scottish footballer and one of the founding members of Queen's Park Football Club.

Leckie played for Queen's Park from its formation in 1867 until his retirement from football in 1875, winning the inaugural Scottish Cup competition in 1874.

He also won a solitary cap for the Scotland national team, playing in the first ever international match against England on 30 November 1872.

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