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Alfred Bickel

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Years  Team
Died  August 18, 1999
Role  Football player

Name  Alfred Bickel
1936–1954  Switzerland
Playing position  Forward
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Date of birth  (1918-05-12)12 May 1918
Place of birth  Eppstein, German Empire
Date of death  18 August 1999(1999-08-18) (aged 81)
1935–1956  Grasshopper Club Zurich

Alfred Bickel, also referred to as Fredy Bickel (12 May 1918 in Eppstein, Germany — 18 August 1999) was a Swiss football player and coach. He played as a forward for local club Grasshopper Club Zürich and the Switzerland national team, participating with the latter in the World Cup finals of 1938 and 1950.

He played 405 matches and scored 202 goals in the Swiss first division from 1935 to 1956, a period during which he won 7 league titles and 9 cup titles with Grasshopper.

He was a member of the Swiss national team from 1936 to 1954, earning 71 caps and scoring 15 goals, including one in their first-round victory over Nazi Germany in the 1938 World Cup.

Bickel is one of only two footballers ever to participate in World Cups before and after World War II, the other being Sweden's Erik Nilsson.


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