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This day in European football history - June 24

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What happened on June 24
Birthday of Gustav Wieser, who played for Austria national team in period 1916-1926 (27 caps and 12 goals).
The 1st ever international game of the Lithuania national team was held in Kaunas vs Estonia.
West Germany referee Ferdinand Biwersi was born 86 years ago. He is known to have officiated 16 international matches of European teams during the period from 1970 to 1978. Passed away on September 4, 2013.
Birthday of the international referee Werner Föckler from West Germany, who refereed 8 football games of European national teams
Former Finland footballer Hannu Turunen is born today. He made his debut for national team in 1979 and earned 66 caps, scoring 3 goals.
International footballer Plamen Nikolov is born 63 years ago. He played 55 matches for Bulgaria national team and scored 1 goal.
International football referee René Temmink from Netherlands is born on this day. He refereed matches of European national football teams (17 games in total).
Turay József died at the age of 58. He appeared in 48 international football gamesand scored 11 goals for Hungary team. Date of his birth: March 1, 1905.
Birthday of the Slovakia football referee Anton Stredák, who was an official at 8 international games of European association football teams.
Thomas Helveg, Denmark national football team player (108 caps and 2 goals), born this day.
42 years ago, the Sweden football player Mikael Nilsson is born. He appeared for 64 matches in total and scored 3 international goals for Sweden.
Birthday of David Alaba, who played for Austria national team in period 2009-2019 (72 caps and 14 goals).
Victor Lemberechts passed away at the age of 68. He played for Belgium national team in period from 1945 to 1955 (42 caps and 14 goals). Born on May 18, 1924.
The match Rep. of Ireland vs Mexico in Orlando was the 300th ever international match of Rep. of Ireland.
Former Iceland national football team national coach Karl Guðmundsson died at the age of 8. He was also a national team player. Date of his birth: January 28, 1924.
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