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1934 in association football

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1934 in association football

The following are the football (soccer) events of the year 1934 throughout the world.

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Events

  • January 6: Steve Milton of Halifax Town sets an English league record by conceding 13 goals on his league debut for the club. The Third Division (North) match finished: Stockport County 13:0 Halifax Town.
  • March 3: The highest ever English attendance for a non-Cup Final of 84,569 sees Manchester City F.C. beat Stoke City F.C. 1-0 at Maine Road in the sixth round of the FA Cup.
  • Winners club national championship

  • Argentina: Boca Juniors
  • France: FC Sète
  • Iceland: KR
  • Netherlands: Ajax Amsterdam
  • Poland: Ruch Chorzów
  • Portugal: FC Porto
  • Spain: Athletic Bilbao
  • Turkey: Beşiktaş J.K.
  • International tournaments

  • 1934 British Home Championship (16 September 1933 – 14 April 1934)
  • FIFA World Cup in Italy (May 27 – June 10, 1934)
    1. Italy
    2. Czechoslovakia
    3. Germany
  • Births

  • January 21 – Alfonso Portugal, Mexican international footballer (died 2016)
  • March 28 – Kazimír Gajdoš, Czechoslovakian international footballer (died 2016)
  • April 15 – David Herd, Scottish international footballer (died 2016)
  • June 24 – Ferdinand Biwersi, German referee (died 2013)
  • June 28 – Alfred Pyka, German international footballer (died 2012)
  • July 5 – Vladislao Cap, Argentine international footballer and manager (died 1982)
  • July 30 – Engelbert Kraus, German international footballer (died 2016)
  • August 1 – Fernand Boone, Belgian international footballer (died 2013)
  • August 17 – Ron Henry, English international footballer (died 2014)
  • August 23 – Flavio Emoli, Italian international footballer (died 2015)
  • August 29 – Horst Szymaniak, German international footballer (died 2009)
  • October 8 – Martin Lippens, Belgian international footballer (died 2016)
  • November 14 – Dave Mackay, Scottish international footballer and manager (died 2015)
  • November 19 – Kurt Hamrin, Swedish international footballer
  • December 21 – Ole Madsen, Danish international footballer (died 2006)
  • Deaths

  • 6 January - Herbert Chapman, manager of Arsenal and formerly of Huddersfield Town.
  • Established

  • Beitar Tal Aviv - Israeli club
  • Maccabi Netanya - Israeli club
  • Peterborough United - English club
  • References

    1934 in association football Wikipedia


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