"Matt Armstrong" was a professional association football/footballer who played as a striker (football)/striker for Aberdeen F.C./Aberdeen and Queen of the South F.C./Queen of the South.

Armstrong was born in Newton Stewart and played for Port Glasgow before signing for Aberdeen in 1931. His career was interrupted by World War II in 1939 and, after a brief return to Aberdeen, he signed for Queen of the South in the 1946–47 season. He later played for Elgin City F.C./Elgin City and Peterhead F.C./Peterhead before retiring in 1951.

Armstrong won three cap (sport)/caps with the Scotland national football team/Scotland national team.

According to research by Scottish football historians Matt Armstrong was actually born on the 13th

November 1911, and not on the 12th.

Armstrong made 41 World War Two 'guest' appearances, scoring 27 goals for London side Clapton Orient between the 1940-41 and 1942-43 seasons.

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