Tommy Stewart
Tommy Stewart
Tommy Stewart
● Tommy Stewart, 2016 (NASL)

born in Northern Ireland

Thomas Robert Stewart was born on Wednesday, 12th November, 1986, in Craigavon, County Armagh.

The 6' 0 (12st 2lbs) forward signed for Ian McCall's Thistle on Tuesday, 22nd March, 2011, having most recently been with Shamrock Rovers.

Aged 24, he made his debut appearance on Tuesday, 12th April, 2011, in a 2-1 defeat at home to Falkirk in the SFL First Division.

Tommy scored his first goal for Thistle on Saturday, 30th April, 2011, in a 3-2 defeat away to Dundee in the SFL First Division.

He scored the last of his 5 goals on Friday, 30th September, 2011, in a 5-0 win at home to Greenock Morton in the SFL First Division.

He played his last game for the club on Saturday, 17th March, 2012, in a 5-0 win away to Queen of the South in the SFL First Division, having appeared as a Jag on 35 occasions.

Tommy's club-list included Portadown, Wolverhampton Wanderers, Linfield, Derry City, Shamrock Rovers, Partick Thistle, Sacramento Republic, Ottawa Fury, Dundalk and Larne.

Bio Extra

Known for his long range shooting and precise finishing, this striker won silverware with Linfield, Derry City, Shamrock Rovers, Sacramento Republic, Dundalk and Larne. He was only in the door a month at Firhill before there was a change of manager, Ian McCall being replaced by Jackie McNamara. Tommy played his part in what was very much a transitional season for Thistle, but McNamara's ins and outs at the end of season 2011-12 were decisive, and there was to be no place for Tommy in his grand masterplan, so the striker returned to Shamrock Rovers, from where he'd came. Had an interesting few years in North American soccer before finishing his career at Larne at the end of season 2018-19.

Following the loss of his mother, Louise, to a short and devastating illness, the 34-year-old Tommy turned to music in June 2021. From out of nowhere, he wrote and performed a song, “I'm A Better Man” to raise some funds for The Stephen Clements Foundation, which helps various mental health charities and initiatives. Good on ye Tommy. Check the video tab above to watch and listen.


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