|Intro||Australian rules footballer|
|Is||Athlete, Football player, Australian-rules footballer|
|Birth||1 February 1967|
|Sports Teams||Carlton Football Club, East Fremantle Football Club|
Stephen Edgar (born 1 February 1967) is a former Australian rules footballer who played with Carlton in the Australian Football League (AFL). Drafted from West Australian Football League (WAFL) team East Fremantle in 1989, Edgar played 14 games for Carlton in the two years he was at the club. After being delisted, Edgar moved back to his former team, East Fremantle, and won a WAFL premiership with the side in 1994, after replacing Jason Sherriff in the team after breaking his thumb and missing the Preliminary Final.