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Football at the 1900 Summer Olympics – Men's team squads

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Football at the 1900 Summer Olympics – Men's team squads

Upton Park F.C.

0#0 Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals 1900 club
1GK James Jones Upton Park F.C.
Claude Buckenham Upton Park F.C.
William Gosling Upton Park F.C.
Alfred Chalk Upton Park F.C.
T. E. Burridge Upton Park F.C.
William Quash Upton Park F.C.
Arthur Turner Upton Park F.C.
F. G. Spackman Upton Park F.C.
J. Nicholas Upton Park F.C.
Jack Zealley Upton Park F.C.
A. Haslam (c) Upton Park F.C.


0#0 Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals 1900 club
Pierre Allemane Club Français
Louis Bach Club Français
Alfred Bloch Club Français
Fernand Canelle Club Français
Duparc Racing Levallois 92
Eugène Fraysse (c1) Racing club de France
Virgile Gaillard Club Français
c2) Club Français
René Grandjean Club Français
1GK Lucien Huteau Club Français
Marcel Lambert Club Français
Maurice Macaine Club Français
Gaston Peltier Racing Levallois 92

Université de Bruxelles

0#0 Pos. Player Date of birth (age) Caps Goals 1900 club
Albert Delbecque Skill F.C. de Bruxelles
Hendrik van Heuckelum Léopold Club de Bruxelles
Raul Kelecom[1] FC Liégeois
1GK Marcel Leboutte Spa FC
Lucien Londot FC Liégeois
Ernest Moreau de Melen FC Liégeois
Eugène Neefs Sporting Club de Louvain
c) Léopold Club de Bruxelles
Alphonse Renier Racing Club de Bruxelles
Émile Spannoghe Skill F.C. de Bruxelles
Eric Thornton Léopold Club de Bruxelles
R Camille Van Hoorden Racing Club de Bruxelles


  1. ^ Raul Kelecom on site RSSSF and the list of players of the Belgian championship written named René → René Kelecom
  • IFFHS archive
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