Ralph Holden (born 1890) is a former English footballer who played as a midfielder.
He made a single first division appearance for Liverpool in both the 1912/13 and 1913/14 seasons.
His first game was as a member of the side that crashed 4-1 at Manchester City on 18 January 1913. His second match with West Bromwich Albion at Anfield on 27 September 1913 was a goalless draw.
He lost a leg in World War I.
On 3 May 1919, Liverpool and Tranmere played a testimonial game for him where each Liverpool player donated £2 to the fund and where bags of 2 lb. sugar were auctioned off several times.