|Intro||Australian soccer player|
|Is||Athlete Football player Association football player|
|Birth||2 January 1982, Sydney, Australia|
Jamie Coyne (born 2 January 1982 in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia) is an Australian football (soccer) player. He is the younger brother of Chris Coyne and son of former NSL player John Coyne.
Jamie was signed by West Ham United as his first professional football contract. From there, Jamie returned to Australia to play for Perth SC, where he was voted the fairest and best player for the league. Jamie was then signed by Perth Glory as part of their national soccer league team where he played for two seasons while they won the league championship and were also grand final winners. After standing out for Perth Glory he signed a 3-year contract with ADO Den Haag in the Dutch Eredivisie.
Jamie decided to return to Perth Glory for the second time in his career for the start of the new Hyundai A League competition, where he would remain for the next six years of his career. During this time he was the team captain and was also selected for the Australian national team training camps. Jamie was a part of the Perth Glory team that made the finals for the first time in the clubs A-League history, during the 2009/10 season. However, the team bowed out to the Wellington Phoenix on penalties. He has played over 150 games for the club.
After several seasons in Perth, Coyne was offered a one-year contract with Sydney FC. Known for his physical presence, pace and commitment he was seen as an important signing in renewing their backline. His first goal came in his third match for the club against Adelaide United F.C. Jamie asked for a release from his contract so that he could sign for Sriwajaya FC in the Indonesian Super League for the second half of the season.
He made an immediate impact with his new club when they didn't concede a goal in his first 6 games, the team went on to win the league title with 4 games remaining in the season.
Coyne returned to Australia and on 6 February 2013 joined A-League side Melbourne Heart until the end of the season.
Perth SC Football West State League Premier Division (1): 2002 Perth Glory National Soccer League (2): 2002–03, 2003–04 Sriwijaya Indonesia Super League (1): 2011–12 Bayswater City SC National Premier Leagues Western Australia (1): 2014
Club career statistics
(Correct as of 5 July 2012)