|Was||Athlete, Football player, Association football player|
|From||England, United Kingdom|
|Birth||17 February 1886, Manchester|
|Death||23 November 1952, Manchester (aged 66 years)|
Arthur Whalley (17 February 1886 – 23 November 1952) was an English footballer who played in the Football League for Blackpool, Manchester United, Southend United, Charlton Athletic, Millwall and Barrow. He played as a wing half or centre half. Whalley was one of eight players to be banned for life by the Football Association after a match-fixing scandal during the 1914-15 season. Whalley made 106 appearances for Manchester United between 1909 and 1920, scoring 6 goals.