Frank Parsons was an Australian retired soccer player who played as a striker for the Australia national soccer team. He played his club football for Adamstown and Leichhardt-Annandale.
He attended Adamstown Public School.
Parsons began his senior club career with Adamstown before moving to Sydney to play for Leichhardt-Annandale.
He announced his retirement several times, citing scrutiny from referees and politics.
In 1948 he made his debut for Australia in a match against New Zealand. Throughout the duration of his career, Parsons scored 16 goals for Australia including 6 in one game against New Zealand.
After retiring from football he decided to get in involved in Football administration joining the newly formed NSW Soccer Federation. He was later the principal for Excelsior Public School in Sydney. He was the principal of Shelley Public School Blacktown in 1966.
Parsons died in January 2021.
In 1999, Parsons was inducted into the Soccer Australia Hall of Fame (now known as the Football Australia Hall of Fame).