Tony Roberts (born August 4, 1969 in Holyhead, North Wales) is a Welshman and a professional football player. He is a goalkeeper and currently plays for Dagenham & Redbridge, wearing shirt number 1.
Roberts began his professional career at sixteen years of age as a trainee at Queens Park Rangers after playing for Holyhead United Juniors as a child. He was known to everyone in Holyhead by the nickname 'Froggit'. He progressed through the ranks to play 145 games in his eleven years at Loftus Road. Roberts then spent a season at the New Den with Millwall before a finger injury forced him to move into the Semi-professional game where he joined St Albans City. When manager Garry Hill left to join Dagenham, Roberts followed. Roberts is also the goalkeeping coach at Championship side Queens Park Rangers. During his career, Roberts won two caps as goalkeeper for Wales and made 30 appearance as substitute goalkeeper to Neville Southall. Though considered a local hero by the people of Holyhead, Tony Roberts now lives in England with his wife and family.