Hednesford, Staffordshire born centre forward Albert Legge played for Lewisham Athletic in 1922 before joining Wolverhampton Wanderers in the 1923 close season, making his Football League debut at Chesterfield that August. He scored 3 times in 11 appearances in his debut season as Wolves won the Third Division (North) Championship, but he remained a fringe player during his next four seasons at Molineux, all in the Second Division.
He left Wolves in June 1928 after 5 goals in 56 appearances, joining Gillingham, where he spent a single season scoring 5 goals in 32 appearances. In the summer of 1929 he moved to Charlton Athletic but scored twice in only 10 appearances, before signing for Queen’s Park Rangers in the 1930 close season, where he made 9 appearances in 1930-31. He then returned to The Midlands, where he played non league football for Wellington Town in 1931, Hednesford Town in 1932 and Cradley Heath in 1933 before his eventual retirement.