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  • Czechoslovakia earned its 3rd consecutive victory

Czechoslovakia vs Austria international football match report

Date, kick-off time: Sunday, 24 May 1925, 18:00 (UTC+01:00)
National teams, score:
Czechoslovakia
-
Austria
3:1
Competition:International Friendly
Referee:Charles Barette, Saint-Gilles /
Belgium
Attendance, venue:15 000, Letenský Stadion (Sparty), Prague
Goals:1:0 (33') Ferenc Szedlacsik, 1:1 (52') Ferdinand Swatosch, 2:1 (58') Josef Čapek, 3:1 (63') Karel Severin
Managed by association captain Rudolf Hencl (Austria)
PlayerCapsAgeClub
Josef Sloup   527SK Slavia, Praha
Antonín Hojer   1531AC Sparta, Praha
František Hojer   429SK Viktoria Žižkov, Praha
František Kolenatý   1525AC Sparta, Praha
Karel Pešek  Captain  1529AC Sparta, Praha
Jaroslav Červený   530AC Sparta, Praha
Jan Wimmer   122AFK Vršovice, Praha
Ferenc Szedlacsik   46' 126DFC Prag, Praha
46' Karel Severin   125SK Čechie Karlín, Praha
Josef Čapek   522SK Slavia, Praha
Josef Kratochvíl   120SK Slavia, Praha
Jan Vaník   1234SK Slavia, Praha
Austria national team line-up in match Nr.95
Managed by association captain Hugo Meisl
PlayerCapsAgeClub
Rudolf Aigner   6211 Simmeringer SC, Wien
Karl Rainer   923First Vienna FC, Wien
Josef Blum   2427First Vienna FC, Wien
Karl Kurz   26261 Simmeringer SC, Wien
Poldl Hofmann   119First Vienna FC, Wien
Karl Geyer   1026WAS, Wien
Wilhelm Morocutti   1125WAS, Wien
Moses Häusler   423SC Hakoah, Wien
Fritz Gschweidl   623First Vienna FC, Wien
Ferdinand Swatosch  Captain  2131Kölner BC, Köln
Otto Fischer   424First Vienna FC, Wien
Match stats
National teamPlayersAverage capsAverage ageClubsGoalsCautionsExpulsions
Czechoslovakia126.66727.0596300
Austria1111.09124.7965100
Historical data sources
Wiener Sonn- und Montags-Zeitung (Vienna), №21, 25.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Illustrierte Kronen Zeitung (Vienna), №9103, 25.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Ráno (Prague), №21, 25.05.1925; Moravská zemská knihovna
Neues Wiener Journal (Vienna), №11318, 25.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Wiener Morgenzeitung (Vienna), №2249, 25.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Der Morgen (Vienna), №21, 25.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Prager Presse (Prague), №143, 25.05.1925; Knihovna Národního muzea v Praze
Sporttagblatt (Vienna), №143, 25.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Neue Freie Presse (Vienna), №21802, 25.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Lidové noviny (Brno), №258, 25.05.1925; Moravská zemská knihovna
Neues Montagblatt (Vienna), №21, 25.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Arbeiter Zeitung (Vienna), №143, 25.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Tagesbote (Brno), №-, 25.05.1925; Bibliothek des Digitalen Forums- Mittel und Osteuropa
Die Stunde (Vienna), №663, 26.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Venkov (Prague), №122, 26.05.1925; Moravská zemská knihovna
Illustriertes Sportblatt (Vienna), №22, 30.05.1925; Österreichische Nationalbibliothek
Comments

bandyall - posted 17.10.2010 14:14:03

2:1 (63.) Karel Severin, 3:1 (58.) Josef Čapek
(...)

HisHasH - posted 25.02.2011 17:55:47

Coach: Rudolf Henčl (association captain)
(...)

Zsorzsinju - posted 16.05.2014 20:39:18

Austria Captain:
Ferdinand Swatosch II © (Kölner BC) (link: )
Czechoslovakia vs Austria post-match head-to-head
PlayedWonDrawnLostGoalsPoints/Match
11003 - 12.000
Czechoslovakia matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Yugoslavia vs Czechoslovakia 0-2
Zagreb, Sunday 28 September 1924
Next match:
Friendly International
Czechoslovakia vs Hungary 2-0
Prague, Sunday 11 October 1925
Austria matches
Previous match:
Friendly International
Austria vs Hungary 3-1
Vienna, Tuesday 5 May 1925
Next match:
Friendly International
Sweden vs Austria 2-4
Stockholm, Sunday 5 July 1925
Czechoslovakia top scorers
1. Antonín Janda (1920 - 1922) - 12 goals
2. Jan Vaník (1920 - 1924) - 10 goals
... Josef Čapek (1923 - 1925) - 6 goals
... Ferenc Szedlacsik (1925) - 1 goal
... Karel Severin (1925) - 1 goal
(correct as of May 24, 1925)
Austria top scorers
1. Jan Studnicka (1902 - 1918) - 18 goals
2. Ferdinand Swatosch (1914 - 1925) - 15 goals
3. Richard Kuthan (1912 - 1922) - 15 goals
4. Edi Bauer (1915 - 1919) - 13 goals
(correct as of May 24, 1925)
Brief match report
Sun. 24 May 1925
Letenský Stadion (Sparty), Prague
Czechoslovakia 3-1 Austria
Goals: Szedlacsik 33, Swatosch 52, Čapek 58, Severin 63

Czechoslovakia: Sloup, Antonín Hojer, František Hojer, Kolenatý, Pešek (c), Červený, Wimmer, Szedlacsik (Severin 46), Čapek, Kratochvíl, Vaník. Managed by Hencl (Austria).

Austria: Aigner, Rainer, Blum, Kurz, Hofmann, Geyer, Morocutti, Häusler, Gschweidl, Swatosch (c), Fischer. Managed by Meisl.

Att: 15 000
Ref: Barette (Belgium)

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