Peter Philip Harris was a footballer who played for Portsmouth in the 1940s and 1950s. Harris was an outside right, and he played a crucial role in Pompey's Football league title-winning sides of 1949 and 1950. He made 479 Football League appearances for Portsmouth, scoring 193 goals. Only the competition from Stanley Matthews and Tom Finney, in an era before substitutions were introduced to the game, prevented Peter earning more than two caps for the England national football team. He made England debut against Ireland in a 2–0 defeat in September 1949.