Gilbert Alsop (10 September 1908 – 16 April 1992) was an English professional footballer.
Alsop was born in Frampton Cotterell, Gloucestershire. After leaving school, he signed for Latteridge F.C. for a time, before signing professionally for Bath City F.C. in August 1923. In December 1929 he moved to Coventry Cityfor two seasons, making 16 league appearances and scoring four times.
In September 1931 he started the first of two spells at Walsall F.C., and in 1933 he scored the opening goal as Walsall shocked Arsenal in the FA Cup.
After Walsall, he moved to West Bromwich Albion in November 1935 for two seasons, but his first team opportunities were severely limited by the form of W. G. Richardson and Harry ‘Popeye’ Jones. His only league appearance for the club was against Huddersfield Town in a Division One match, in November 1935.
Alsop signed for Ipswich Town in May 1937, and he scored 30 goals in 39 senior matches. He returned to Walsall in October 1938, and made over 100 war-time appearances, and eventually retired in May 1948.
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