Former Belgium footballer Armand Swartenbroeks was born today. He made his debut for national team in 1913 and earned 53 caps. Died on October 3, 1980, aged 88 years.
The 1st ever international game of the Russia national team was held in Traneberg vs Finland.
Vasiliy Butusov scored the 1st ever goal of Russia national team in international match in Traneberg against Finland.
Machos Ferenc, former Hungary national football team player (29 caps and 13 goals), born this day. Died on December 3, 2006, aged 74 years.
The 50th goal of Bulgaria national team was scored by Mihail Lozanov in international match vs Yugoslavia.
Birthday of the England football referee Pat Partridge, who was an official at 20 international games of European association football teams. The referee died on October 31, 2014.
74 years ago, the former Northern Ireland football player Allan Hunter is born. He appeared for 53 matches in total and scored 1 international goal for Northern Ireland.
FC Linz were established on this day. They were winner of Austria football championship 1 time.
Birthday of Ólafur Davíð Jóhannesson from Iceland, who managed Iceland national team in 39 international football matches.
Austria referee Dietmar Drabek is born 55 years ago. He is known to have officiated 7 international matches of European teams during the period from 1999 to 2010.
Virgilio Levratto died at the age of 63. He appeared in 28 international football gamesand scored 11 goals for Italy team. Date of his birth: October 26, 1904.
International football venue Estádio Oliveira Salazar was inaugurated in Matola. Since opening, 1 game of European national football teams was played on the stadium.
Georgi Asparukhov passed away at the age of 28. He played for Bulgaria national team in period from 1962 to 1970 (49 caps and 18 goals). Born on May 4, 1943.
Former Bulgaria national team player Nikola Kotkov died on this day aged 32. He earned 26 caps and scored 12 goals in total. Date of his birth: December 9, 1938.
Birthday of Deividas Česnauskis, who played for Lithuania national team in period 2001-2016 (64 caps and 4 goals).
Former Greece national football team head coach Lakis Petropoulos died at the age of 24. He was also a national team player. Date of his birth: August 29, 1932.