Edward Balliol (Scottish Gaelic: Èideard Balliol; c. 1283 – 1367) was a claimant to the throne of Scotland. He claimed the throne from 1314-1356, but reigned only from 1332-1336. He was the eldest son of John Balliol and thus the heir to the Scottish throne after him. However, John was deposed by Robert I and William Wallace (as guardian of Scotland).
|Claimant to the Kingdom of Scotland|
|Tenure||24 September 1332 – 20 January 1356|
|Died||1367 (aged c. 84)|
|House||House of Balliol|
|Mother||Isabella de Warenne|