Conrad Joseph Logan (born 18 April 1986) is an Irish football goalkeeper who currently plays for Rochdale. He was educated at Saint Eunan's College in Letterkenny, County Donegal, and is a former Irish youth international.
Logan joined the Leicester City academy in 2001, making his professional debut in 2005. He largely served Leicester as a backup goalkeeper, playing for several other clubs on loan. During a loan spell at Stockport County, Logan helped the club win the 2008 Football League Two play-off Final. Logan became Leicester's longest serving player, until he was released from his contract in 2015.
After spending over a year out of the game, mainly due to injury, Logan signed for Scottish club Hibernian in March 2016. In his debut appearance for the club he made two saves in a penalty shoot-out earning them a place in the 2016 Scottish Cup Final, which they went on to win.Close