Leon Sperling (August 7, 1900 – December 15, 1941) was a Polish Olympic footballer of Jewish ethnicity.[1]

Sperling was born in Kraków. He was a football forward, playing on the left wing. Sperling represented Cracovia,[2] the team he led in 1921, 1930, and 1932 to the Championship of Poland. He also played in 16 games for the Polish National Team, including Poland's lone game at the 1924 Paris Olympic Games. He was regarded as a highly skilled dribbler. Sperling is one of Cracovia Kraków's legends.

Leon was shot to death by the Nazis in the Lemberg Ghetto.[3]