THE HISTORY OF WIMBLEDON FOOTBALL CLUB
Full Name:
Tony White
Date of Birth:
07 September 1954
Place of Birth:
Jamaica
Tony White
(1972/73)
Jamaican born Tony joined the Dons in 1972/73 while still at school, and played at youth, reserve and first team level in that same season, becoming the first black player to wear a Wimbledon shirt, as well as playing twice for England u18's (against Wales and Scotland).

He joined West Ham, signing pro forms in September 1973/74. After a couple of years in the reserves, as understudy to Alvin Martin and Billy Bonds, he played briefly in Belgium. Returning to England he picked up a serious knee injury, but continued to play at non-league level, with Slough, Sutton United, Dulwich Hamlet, Bromley and Tooting & Mitcham.

He was part of the Player Liaison team at Wimbledon and also Marketing Manager at one point. After the split he joined Chelsea as an international scout.
1972/73: Appearances: 0 - Goals: 0
-- Total Appearances: 0 - Goals: 0