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1951 in association football

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1951 in association football

The following are the football (soccer) events of the year 1951 throughout the world.

Contents

Winners club national championship

  • Argentina: Racing Club
  • England: Tottenham Hotspur F.C.
  • Italy: A.C. Milan
  • Netherlands: PSV Eindhoven
  • West-Germany: 1. FC Kaiserslautern
  • International tournaments

  • Pan American Games in Buenos Aires, Argentina (25 February – 8 March 1951)
  • Gold Medal:  Argentina
  • Silver Medal:  Costa Rica
  • Bronze Medal:  Chile
  • 1951 British Home Championship (7 October 1950 – 14 April 1951)
  • Births

  • 18. January – Renato Zaccarelli, Italian international footballer and manager
  • 14 February – Kevin Keegan, English international footballer and manager
  • 21 February – Wolfgang Frank, German footballer and manager (died 2013)
  • 4 March – Kenny Dalglish, Scottish international footballer and manager
  • 11 April – Jim Holton, Scottish international footballer (died 1993)
  • 2 June – Antonio Benítez, Spanish international footballer (died 2014)
  • 21 September – Bruce Arena, American footballer and National Team coach
  • 23 September – Harry Lubse, Dutch international footballer
  • 12 October – István Halász, Hungarian international footballer (died 2016)
  • 3 November – François Bracci, French international footballer
  • 9 December – Dominique Dropsy, French international footballer (died 2015)
  • January

  • 26 January - Henri Bard, French footballer (born 1892)
  • May

  • 9 May - Leo Bosschart, Dutch footballer (born 1888)
  • July

  • 14 July - Ben Verweij (55), Dutch footballer (born 1895)
  • November

  • 13 November – Walter de Souza Goulart, Brazilian goalkeeper, semi-finalist at the 1938 FIFA World Cup (born 1912)
  • References

    1951 in association football Wikipedia


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