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  • Matti Mäkelä scored his first international goal in his debut match on 27 Jun 1961

Football player Matti Mäkelä

Matti August Mäkelä
Matti Mäkelä
Born on 14 January 1939 (age 85)

National team appearances of Matti Mäkelä

TeamPeriodCapsCapt.Sub. inSub. offGoalsPen.Goals/ Caps
Finland
1961 - 1972359120.057
Total:359120.057

Player stats by club

Clubs of footballerPeriodCapsCapt.Sub. inSub. offGoalsPen.Goals/ Caps
TaPa, Tampere27 Jun 1961 - 27 Oct 196512120.167
Upon P, Lahti08 May 1966 - 22 Oct 1967135
Ilves-Kissat, Tampere04 Jun 1968 - 07 Mar 1972104
Player stats by competition
Competition
Played
Capt.
Sub. off
Goals
Goals/ Caps
Nordic Championship (NC)
16
2
2
0.125
European Championship qualifiers (QE)
6
3
World Cup qualifiers (QW)
3
Friendly matches and other tournaments
10
4
1
Total:
35
9
1
2
0.057
Career highlights
Match dateOpponent teamEventAge
27 Jun 1961
Norway
debut; first goal22 years 5 months 13 days
26 Jun 1966
England
first cap as captain27 years 5 months 12 days
7 Mar 1972
Netherlands*
last appearance33 years 1 month 22 days
Record of Matti Mäkelä's goals by opponent team
Opponent teamGoalsPen.Matches
with goals
Matches by goals in a matchGoals/Matches
with goals
CapsGoals/Caps
123>3
Norway
2221.00070.286
(+) other teams28
Total:2220001.000350.057
Record of national team matches played by Matti Mäkelä
National teamPlayedWonDrawnLostGoals ForGoals AgainstWinning Percentage
Finland national football team358819418034.3

Matti Mäkelä's international caps

as player of TaPa, Tampere:
debut age, age when scoring first goal - 22 years 5 months 13 days
1
27 Jun 1961 18:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Nordic Football Championship 1960-1963
goal
2
09 Aug 1961 18:30 (+1:00)

Norrköping, Norrköpings Idrottspark

Nordic Football Championship 1960-1963
3
26 Aug 1962 13:15 (+2:00)

Bergen, Brann Stadion

Nordic Football Championship 1960-1963
goal
4
16 Sep 1962 13:30 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Nordic Football Championship 1960-1963
5
27 Jun 1963 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Nordic Football Championship 1960-1963
6
22 Jul 1963 18:30 (+3:00)

Kiev, Central Stadium

XVIII. Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament, First round
7
01 Aug 1963 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

XVIII. Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament, First round
8
07 Jun 1964 14:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Friendly International
9
08 Aug 1965 18:30 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Nordic Football Championship 1964-1967
10
22 Aug 1965 13:30 (+1:00)

Luleå, Skogsvallen

Nordic Football Championship 1964-1967
11
26 Sep 1965 14:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

1966 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 8
12
27 Oct 1965

Wiesbaden, Stadion an der Berliner Strasse

Friendly International
as player of Upon P, Lahti:
13
08 May 1966 17:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Friendly International
14
04 Jun 1966 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Nordic Football Championship 1964-1967
15
26 Jun 1966 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Friendly International
captain
16
14 Aug 1966 13:15 (+1:00)

Stavanger, Stavanger Stadion

Nordic Football Championship 1964-1967
17
18 Sep 1966 14:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Nordic Football Championship 1964-1967
18
02 Oct 1966 14:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

UEFA Euro 1968 Qualifying, Group 3
captain
19
16 Oct 1966 15:30 (+2:00)

Thessaloniki, National Kaftanzogleio Stadium

UEFA Euro 1968 Qualifying, Group 3
captain
20
10 May 1967 18:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

UEFA Euro 1968 Qualifying, Group 3
captain
21
24 May 1967 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

XIX. Olympic Games Qualifying Tournament, First round
captain
22
30 Aug 1967 19:00 (+3:00)

Moscow, Lenin Central Stadium

UEFA Euro 1968 Qualifying, Group 3
23
06 Sep 1967

Turku, Kupittaan Jalkapallostadion

UEFA Euro 1968 Qualifying, Group 3
24
24 Sep 1967 15:00 (+1:00)

Vienna, Praterstadion (Wiener Stadion)

UEFA Euro 1968 Qualifying, Group 3
25
22 Oct 1967 13:30 (+1:00)

Copenhagen, Københavns Idrætspark

Nordic Football Championship 1964-1967
as player of Ilves-Kissat, Tampere:
26
04 Jun 1968 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Nordic Football Championship 1968-1971
27
04 Jun 1969 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

1970 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 6
28
25 Jun 1969 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

1970 FIFA World Cup Qualification, Group 6
29
24 Jul 1969 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Friendly International
30
24 Aug 1969 18:30 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Nordic Football Championship 1968-1971
31
10 Sep 1969 19:00 (+1:00)

Copenhagen, Københavns Idrætspark

Nordic Football Championship 1968-1971
32
21 May 1970 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Friendly International
captain
33
03 Jun 1970 19:00 (+2:00)

Helsinki, Helsingin Olympiastadion

Nordic Football Championship 1968-1971
captain
34
17 Jun 1970 18:30 (+1:00)

Bergen, Brann Stadion

Nordic Football Championship 1968-1971
captain
35
07 Mar 1972

The Hague, Zuiderpark Stadion

Friendly International
captain
Comments

Zsorzsinju - posted on 1 November 2014 at 21:42:23

Full name:
Matti August Mäkelä (link: )

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Matti Mäkelä's most often teammates
Pertti Mäkipää (1962 - 1970) - 28 games
Timo Kautonen (1965 - 1970) - 24 games
Tommy Lindholm (1965 - 1970) - 21 games
Juhani Peltonen (1961 - 1970) - 18 games
Lars Näsman (1965 - 1970) - 18 games
Finland players born on 25 July
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