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This day in European football history - July 3

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What happened on July 3
YearEvents
1891
129 years ago, the former Austria football player Richard Kuthan was born. He appeared for 24 matches in total and scored 15 international goals for Austria. Date of his death: February 10, 1958.
1926
The 100th goal of Czechoslovakia national team was scored by Otto Novák in international match vs Sweden.
1932
Birthday of the England football referee John Homewood, who was an official at 6 international games of European association football teams.
1947
Birthday of Rob Rensenbrink, who played for Netherlands national team in period 1968-1979 (46 caps and 14 goals). Died on January 24, 2020, aged 72 years.
1949
Former Soviet Union footballer Viktor Kolotov was born today. He made his debut for national team in 1970 and earned 55 caps, scoring 22 goals. Date of his death: January 3, 2000.
1965
France referee Bertrand Layec is born 55 years ago. He is known to have officiated 11 international matches of European teams during the period from 2002 to 2009.
1968
Birthday of the international referee Salomir Mircea from Romania, who refereed 8 football games of European national teams
1986
International footballer Ola Toivonen is born 34 years ago. He played 64 matches for Sweden national team and scored 14 goals.
2009
Astana Arena was opened in Astana. The venue hosted 32 football matches of European national teams.
2010
Herbert Erhardt died at the age of 79. He appeared in 50 international football gamesand scored 1 goal for West Germany team. Born on July 6, 1930.
2011
International football venue Coface Arena was inaugurated in Mainz. Since opening, 2 games of European national football teams were played on the stadium.
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