|Is||Athlete Football player Association football player|
|Birth||11 January 1990, Glasgow, Glasgow City Council, Scotland, United Kingdom|
Tony Wallace (born 22 February 1991 in Glasgow) is a Scottish footballer currently playing for East Fife as a midfielder.
He began his senior career with Dumbarton, then signed for Greenock Morton, although he spent the end of 2013–14 on loan at Queen's Park. In 2014, he signed for Lowland Football League side BSC Glasgow, and then moved to Highland Football League outfit Nairn County in July 2015.
Wallace was a bit part player during his two seasons with the first team at Dumbarton, coming to the fore in their victory in the play-offs to win promotion to the Scottish First Division.
This performance earned him a move to full-time First Division side Greenock Morton for a nominal fee.
Wallace scored on his début for Morton in a Challenge Cup first round tie against Albion Rovers.
In February 2014, Wallace went on loan to Queen's Park for a month. After his loan spell, he returned to Morton for one start before being sent back on loan to Queen's Park until the end of the season. He left Morton in the summer of 2014.
Lowland and Highland Leagues
After leaving Morton, Wallace joined newly-formed BSC Glasgow competing in the Lowland Football League. He left BSC after winning the SFA Challenge Cup in his only season at the club.
On 18 July 2015, Wallace moved to Highland Football League club Nairn County, signing a one-year contract.
Return to senior football
In June 2016, Wallace returned to the SPFL, signing for recently promoted Scottish League One side East Fife.
- Scottish FA South Region Challenge Cup: Winners 2014–15