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This day in European football history - April 30

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What happened on April 30
SG Dresden-Friedrichstadt were established on this day. They were winners of Germany football championship 2 times.
Former Hungary footballer Orth György was born today. He made his debut for national team in 1917 and earned 32 caps, scoring 13 goals. Died on January 11, 1962, aged 60 years.
The 1st ever international game of the Netherlands national team was held in Antwerp vs Belgium.
Eddy de Neve scored the 1st ever goal of Netherlands national team in international match in Antwerp against Belgium.
International footballer Gerry Daly is born 66 years ago. He played 48 matches for Rep. of Ireland national team and scored 13 goals.
International football venue Bramall Lane was inaugurated in Sheffield. Since opening, 5 games of European national football teams were played on the stadium.
Arnór Guðjohnsen, former Iceland national football team player (73 caps and 14 goals), born this day.
59 years ago, the former Belgium football player Franky Van der Elst is born. He appeared for 86 matches in total and scored 1 international goal for Belgium.
International football referee Alain Sars from France is born on this day. He refereed matches of European national football teams (21 games in total).
Birthday of Lorenzo Staelens, who played for Belgium national team in period 1990-2000 (70 caps and 8 goals).
Latvia footballer Andris Vaņins is born today. He made his debut for national team in 2000 and earned 100 caps.
International footballer John O'Shea is born 39 years ago. He played 118 matches for Rep. of Ireland national team and scored 3 goals.
Stanisław Eksztajn passed away aged 71. He was a well-known international football referee from Poland. Date of his birth: March 31, 1924.
The match Netherlands vs Portugal in Eindhoven was the 600th ever international match of Netherlands.
Stade de Genève was opened in Lancy. The venue hosted 37 football matches of European national teams.
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