Zachary Michael “Zac” Anderson (born 30 April 1991) is an Australian professional football player who plays in the Singapore Premier League for Hougang United FC as a centre back.
Born in Queensland, Anderson made his professional debut with Gold Coast United in 2009 before joining the Mariners in 2012, and then Sydney FC in 2015. He moved to the UAE in 2016 to play for Emirates Club, before moving to Malaysia six months later.
He has played for the Australian U-20 and U-23 sides.
In June 2016, Anderson was announced as a new signing for UAE Arabian Gulf League side Emirates Club, signing a two-year deal. He was released from his contract after 6 months at the club, playing only 4 games and conceding 10 goals.
Anderson moved to Malaysian Super League side Kedah FA in early 2017, following the footsteps of Sydney FC teammate Shane Smeltz who joined in 2016. He was able to help the club to a 4th place league finish as well as winning the Malaysian FA Cup. On the 16th of September 2017, Anderson announced on his Instagram that he would be leaving the club alongside striker Ken Ilsø to pursue other opportunities. After a stint with PKNS FC, it was announced on 26 December 2018 that Anderson had signed for Perak TBG F.C.