Lee Anthony Peacock (born 9 October 1976) is a Scottish professional footballer who plays for Portchester. He is also the Head of Youth and Development at Conference South side Eastleigh.

As a player he was a forward and midfielder from 1995 to 2015. Having started his professional career with Carlisle United he joined Mansfield Town in 1997 before earning a move to Manchester City two years later. Having failed to establish himself as a first team regular at City he moved on to Bristol City in 2000 where he went on to rack up 144 league appearances in a four-year stay. In 2004, he signed for Sheffield Wednesday and later moved to Swindon Town. He played his final season in the Football League in 2009–10 season as he captained the Grimsby Town side that lost its fight in relegation to the Conference National. In 2011, he signed with part-timers Havant & Waterlooville before parting company later in the season where he moved on to Eastleigh which is where he retired.

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