Thursday, June 4, 2020

Compendium to the 1936 Olympics-Part 3 (First Round Matches)


I.    1936 Olympics-First Round:


First Round:
August 3, 1936 (Berlin, Italy 1-USA 0)
August 3, 1936 (Berlin, Norway 4-Turkey 0)
August 4, 1936 (Berlin, Japan 3-Sweden 2)
August 4, 1936 (Berlin, Germany 9-Luxembourg 0)
August 5, 1936 (Berlin, Austria 3-Egypt 1)
August 5, 1936 (Berlin, Poland 3-Hungary 0)
August 6, 1936 (Berlin, Great Britain 2-China 0)
August 6, 1936 (Berlin, Peru 7-Finland 3)


Date: August 3, 1936
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Italy 1-USA 0
Venue: Berlin, Post Stadion, Germany
Attendance: 32,000
Referee: Karl Weingärtner (Germany)
Goalscorers:
(Italy): Annibale Frossi 58
(USA): None
Lineups:
Italy:
Bruno Venturini (Societá Ginnastica Sampierdarenese-Genova)   
Alfredo Foni (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)              
Pietro Rava (Foot Ball Club Juventus-Torino)       
Giuseppe Baldo (Società Sportiva Lazio-Roma)    
Achille Piccini (Associazione Calcio Fiorentina-Firenze)    
Ugo Locatelli (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)   
Annibale Frossi (Associazione Sportiva Ambrosiana -Inter- Milano)   
Libero Marchini (Unione Sportiva Lucchese Libertas)   
Luigi Scarabello (Spezia Calcio 1906)
Carlo Biagi (Associazione Calcio Pisa)  
Giulio Cappelli (Ese Viareggio Associazione Calcio)

Coach: Vittorio Pozzo
Team Captain: Giulio Cappelli
Sent Off: Pietro Rava 53 (sent off for kicking George Menchik in the stomach)


USA:
Francis Anthony Bartkus (First German Sport Club Brooklyn)
Frank Greinert (First German Sport Club Brooklyn)
Ferdinand ‘Fred’ J. Zojkowski (Independent FC Harrison, New Jersey)
James Crockett (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia)
Peter Paul Pietras (Trenton FC)
Charles William Altemose (Bethlehem Steel South)
Andrew Gajda (Fore River Shamrocks Boston)
George Nemchik (Trenton FC)
Frederick Lutkefedder (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia)
William John Fiedler (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia)
Francis J. Ryan (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia)

Coach: Elmer Schroeder.
Trainer: Francis J. Cavanaugh.
Team Captain: Francis J. Ryan



Photo From: Azzurri, Storia della Nazionale di calcio tre volte campioni del Mondo, 1910-1983
(August 3, 1936, Olympics, Italy 1-USA 0)



Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Italy squad, August 3, 1936, Olympics, Italy 1-USA 0)


 
 
Date: August 3, 1936
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Norway 4-Turkey 0
Venue: Berlin, Post Stadion, Germany
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Giuseppe Scarpi (Italy)
Goalscorers:
(Norway): Reidar Kvammen 35, Alf Martinsen 55, 73, Arne Brustad 81
(Turkey): None
Lineups:
Norway:
Henry Johansen (Vålerengens Idrettsforening-Oslo)
Fredrik Horn (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Nils Eriksen (Odds Ballklubbs- Skien tik)  
Frithjof Ulleberg (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Jørgen Juve (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Rolf Holmberg (Odds Ballklubbs- Skien tik)  
Sverre Hansen (Fram Idrettsforening -Larvik)
Reidar Kvammen (Viking –Stavanger Idrettslag)  
Alf Martinsen (Lillestrøm Sportsklubb- Skedsmo)
Magnar Isaksen (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 
Arne Brustad (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) 

Coach: Asbjorn Halvorsen
Team Captain: Jørgen Juve

Turkey:
Cihat Arman (Gençlerbirliği Spor Kulübü-Ankara)
Yaşar Alpaslan (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Hüsnü Savman (Besiktas Jimnastik Kulübü–Istanbul)
Mehmet Reşat Nayir (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Lütfü Aksoy (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)
İbrahim Tusder (Güneş Spor Kulübü İstanbul)
Niyazi Sel (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Said Altınordu (İzmir Spor Kulübü Altınordu)
Hakkı Yeten  (Besiktas Jimnastik Kulübü–Istanbul)
Fikret Arıcan (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul)
Rebii Erkal (Güneş Spor Kulübü İstanbul)

Coach: James Elliot Donnolly (Ireland)
Team Captain: Hüsnü Savman
Note: IFHHS lists Turkey having no Coach

Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(August 3, 1936, Olympics, Norway 4-Turkey 0)


 
Date: August 4, 1936
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Japan 3-Sweden 2
Venue: Berlin -Herthplatz, Germany
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Wilhelm Peters (Germany)
Goalscorers:
(Japan): Shogo Kamo 49, Tokutaro Ukon 62, Akira Matsunaga 85
(Sweden): Erik Persson 24, 37   
Lineups:
Japan:
Rihei Sano (Waseda University)
Tadao Horie (Waseda University)
Teizo Takeuchi (Tokyo University)
Motoo Tatsuhara (Waseda University)
Koichi Oita (Tokyo University)
Yong-Sik Kim (Seoul FC)
Akira Matsunaga (Tokyo Bunri University)
Tokutaro Ukon (Keio University)
Taizo Kawamoto (Waseda University)
Takeshi Kamo (Waseda University)
Shogo Kamo (Waseda University)

Coach: Gustave Shigeyoshi Suzuki
Team Captain: Teizo Takeuchi
Note: Yong-Sik Kim was a Korean and a visiting student

Sweden:
Sven Bergquist (AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben) Solna-Stockholm)
Otto Andersson (Örgryte Idrottssällskap- Göteborg)
Erik Källström (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras)
Victor Carlund (Örgryte Idrottssällskap- Göteborg)
Arvid Emanuelsson (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras)
Torsten Johansson (IFK (Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna) Norrköping)
Gustaf Josefsson (AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben) Solna-Stockholm)
Erik Persson (AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben) Solna-Stockholm)
Sven Jonasson (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras)
Kar-Erik Grahn (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras)
Åke Hallman (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras)

Coach: Gustaf Carlsson
Team Captain: Victor Carlund


Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(August 4, 1936, Olympics, Japan 3-Sweden 2)



Date: August 4, 1936
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Germany 9-Luxembourg 0
Venue: Berlin, Post Stadion, Germany
Attendance: 12,000
Referee: Pal von Hertzka (Hungary)
Goalscorers:
(Germany): Adolf Urban 16,52, 75, Wilhelm Simetsreiter 31,48,74, Josef Gauchel 50, 90, Franz Elbern 76
(Luxembourg): None
Lineups:
Germany:
Fritz Buchloh (Verein für Bewegungspiele Speldorf e.V. )
Reinhold Münzenberg
(Aachener Turn- und Sport-Verein Alemannia von 1900 e.V.-Aachen)
Heinz Ditgens (Borussia Verein für Leibesübungen 1900 e.V. Mönchengladbach)
Paul Mehl
(Düsseldorfer Turn-und Sportverein Fortuna 1895 e.V.)        
Ludwig Goldbrunner (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)
Robert Bernard (Verein für Rasensport 07 Schweinfurt e.V.)
Franz Elbern (Sportverein Beuel 06 e.V.)
Josef Gauchel (TuS (Turn- und Spielvereinigung) Neuendorf 1911 e.V.-Koblenz)
Karl Hohmann (Verein fur Leibesubungen Benrath 06 e.V.)
Adolf Urban (Fußball Club Schalke von 1904 e.V.- Gelsenkirchen)
Wilhelm Simetsreiter (Fußball-Club Bayern München e.V.)

Coach: Prof. Otto Nerz
Team Captain: Reinhold Münzenberg

Luxembourg:
Jean-Pierre Hoscheid (Association Sportive La Jeunesse d´Esch-sur-Alzette)   
Pierre Mousel
(Association Sportive La Jeunesse d´Esch-sur-Alzette)   
Victor Majerus (Association Sportive La Jeunesse d´Esch-sur-Alzette)   
Arnold Kieffer (Club Sportif  Pétange)
Jean-Pierre Frisch (The National Schifflange Football Club)  
Joseph Fischer (The National Schifflange Football Club)
Oscar Stamet (Cercle Athlétique Spora Luxembourg)
     
Ernest Mengel (Union Sportive Dudelange)
Leon Mart (Cercle Sportif Fola-Esch)          
Robert Geib (Cercle Athlétique Spora Luxembourg)     
Gustave Kemp (Football Club Progrés Niedercorn)

Coach: Paul Feierstein
Team Captain: Arnold Kieffer



Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(August 4, 1936, Olympics, Germany 9-Luxembourg 0)


Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Germany squad, August 4, 1936, Olympics, Germany 9-Luxembourg 0)



Date: August 5, 1936
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Austria (Amateurs) 3-Egypt 1
Venue: Berlin, Mommsenstadion, Germany
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Arthur James Jewell (England)
Goalscorers:
(Austria): Klement Steinmetz 4, 65, Adolf Laudon 7
(Egypt): Abdel Kerim Sakr (Note: In IFFHS, goalscorer is listed as El-Saki)
Lineups:
Austria (Amateurs):
Eduard Kainberger (Salzburger AK (Athletiksport-Klub) 1914)  
Ernst Kunz (Fussball Club 07 Lustenau)
Martin Kargl (SC Kores Wien)
Anton Krenn (Polizei SV (Sportvereinigung) Wien)
Karl Wahlmuller (SV (Sportvereinigung) Urfahr Linz)
Max Hofmeister (WSV (Werks Sport verein) Donawitzer-Leoben)
Walter Werginz (Klagenfurter AC (Athletiksport-Club))
Adolf Laudon (Salzburger AK (Athletiksport-Klub) 1914)
Klement Steinmetz (Kapfenberger SV (Sportvereinigung) 1919)
Josef Kitzmuller (Admira Linz)
Franz Fuchsberger (SV (Sportvereinigung) Urfahr Linz)

Coach: James (Jimmy) Hogan (England) (assisted by Ludwig Husak)
Team Captain: Eduard Kainberger
Note:
1-Eduard Kainberger saved Labib Mahmoud’s penalty kick in the 45th minute.


Egypt:
Mostafa Kamel Mansour (Nacional Sporting Club Cairo)
Aly Mohamed El Sayed Kaf (Mokhtalat Sporting Club Cairo)
Ahmed Halim Ibrahim (Mokhtalat Sporting Club Cairo)
Hussein El-Far (Mokhtalat Sporting Club Cairo)
Helmi Mostafa (Al-Masri Port Said)
Ahmed Wagih El Kashef (Nacional Sporting Club Cairo)
Mohamed Latif (Mokhtalat Sporting Club Cairo)
Abdel Kerim Sakr (Mokhtalat Sporting Club Cairo)
Mostafa Kamel Taha (Mokhtalat Sporting Club Cairo)
Mahmoud Mokhtar ‘El Tesh’ (Nacional Sporting Club Cairo)
Labib Mahmoud (Nacional Sporting Club Cairo)

Coach: None
Team Captain: Mahmoud Mokhtar ‘El Tesh’
Note:
1- Mahmoud Mokhtar ‘El Tesh’ was injured in the 35th minute and would leave the field injured in the 65th minute.
 
 
Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 33, August 2000
(Egypt squad, August 5, 1936, Olympics, Austria 3-Egypt 1)
 
 
Date: August 5, 1936
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Poland 3-Hungary (Amateurs) 0
Venue: Berlin, Post Stadion, Germany
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Raffaele Scorzoni (Italy)
Goalscorers:
(Poland): Hubert Gad 12, 27, Gerard Wodarz 89
(Hungary): None
Lineups:
Poland:
Spirydion Albański (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów)
Henryk Martyna (WKS (Wojskowy Klub Sportowy) Legia Warszawa)
Antoni Gałecki (Łódzki Klub Sportowy- Lodz)
Józef Kotlarczyk (Towarzystwo Sportowe Wisła Kraków) 
Jan Wasiewicz (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów)
Edward Dytko (Górniczy Klub Sportowy  Dąb Katowice)
Fryderyk Scherfke (Klub Sportowy Warta Poznan)         
Ryszard Piec (Naprzód Lipiny)
Hubert Gad (Klub Sportowy Slask Swietochlowice)
Teodor Peterek (Klub Sportowy Ruch Wielkie Hajduki- Chorzów)    
Gerard Wodarz (Klub Sportowy Ruch Wielkie Hajduki- Chorzów)    

FA Captain: Józef Kałuża
Coach: Kurt Otto (Germany)
Team Captain: Henryk Martyna
Note:
1-Spirydion Albański saved a penalty kick in the 71st minute.

Hungary (Amateurs):
László Regi (BSZKRT Budapest)
Kálmán Kovacs (KEAC Kecskemet)
József Berta (Tokodi Banyasz)
Pál Lágler (Magyar Pamutipari Sport Club Budapest)
Gyula Király (BSZKRT Budapest)
Lajos Bonyhai-Bohus (Attila Futball Club Budapest)
Gyula Kiss (Ferencváros Futball Club- Budapest)
András Bérczes (Pecsi Vasutas SC)
József Soproni-Scheidl (Soproni FAC)
Mihály Csutorás (Herminamezei AC (Atletikai Club) Budapest)
Lipot Kallai-Klauber (Újpest Futball Club- Budapest)

Coach: Zoltán Opata
Team Captain: Lipot Kallai-Klauber
 

Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 33, August 2000 
(Poland squad, August 5, 1936, Olympics, Poland 3-Hungary 0)

Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 33, August 2000 
(Hungary squad, August 5, 1936, Olympics, Poland 3-Hungary 0)


Date: August 6, 1936
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Great Britain 2-China 0
Venue: Berlin-Mommsenstadion, Germany
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Helmut Fink (Germany)
Goalscorers:
(Great Britain): John McDonald Dodds 55, Lester Charles Finch 65
(China): None
Lineups:
Great Britain:
Haydn Henry Clifford Hill (Yorkshire Amateurs)
Guy Graham Holmes (Ilford Association Football Club)
Robert Patrick Fulton (Belfast Celtic Football Club / Northern Ireland)
John Flannegan Gardiner (Queen’s Park Football Club-Glasgow / Scotland)
Bernard Joy (Corinthians Football Club-London)
John Sutcliffe (Corinthians Football Club-London)
James Crawford (Queen’s Park Football Club-Glasgow / Scotland)
Joseph Reid Kyle (Queen’s Park Football Club-Glasgow / Scotland)
John McDonald Dodds (Queen’s Park Football Club-Glasgow / Scotland)
Maurice Edelston (Wimbledon Football Club)
Lester Charles Finch (Barnet Football Club)

Coach: William Voisey
Team Captain: Bernard Joy

China:
Jia-Ping Bao (Zhong-Hua Club Hong Kong)
Liang Bai Tai (Zhong-Hua Club Hong Kong)
Tian-Sheng Li (Nan Hua Club Hong Kong)
Zheng-He Chen (Le Hua Club Shanghai)
Mei-Shun Huang (Nan Hua Club Hong Kong)
Xia-Hul Xu (Nan Hua Club Hong Kong)
Bei-Hua Ye (Guang Dong)
Jin Shun Sun (Zhong-Hua Club Hong Kong)
Hui-Tang Li (Le Hua Club Shanghai)
Jin-Xiang Feng (Nan Hua Club Hong Kong)
Gui-Chen Cao (Zhong-Hua Club Hong Kong)

Coach: Cheng-Shen Yan and Qiz-Hao Rong
Team Captain: Hui-Tang Li
 

Photo From: IFFHS, England (1872-1940), Eire (1924-1940), England Amateurs (1906-1940)
(England squad, August 6, 1936, Olympics, Great Britain 2-China 0)


Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(China squad, August 6, 1936, Olympics, Great Britain 2-China 0)

 
Date: August 6, 1936
Competition: Olympics-First Round
Result: Peru 7-Finland 3
Venue: Berlin, Hertha Platz, Germany
Attendance: 2,500
Referee: Rinaldo Barlassina (Italy) 
Goalscorers:
(Peru): Teodoro Fernandez Meyzan 17, 33, 47, 49, 70, Alejandro Villanueva Martinez 21, 67
(Finland): William Kanerva 42pen, Ernst Grönlund 75,  Pentti Larvo 80
Lineups:
Peru:
Juan Valdivieso Padilla (Club Alianza Lima)
Arturo Fernandez Meyzan (Universitario de Deportes-Lima)
Victor Lavalle (Club Alianza Lima)
Carlos Tovar Venegas (Universitario de Deportes-Lima)
Segundo Castillo Varela (Sport Boys Association Callao)
Orestes Jordan Canepa (Universitario de Deportes-Lima)
Prisco Teodoro Alcalde Millos (Sport Boys Association Callao)
Adelfo Magallanes Campos (Club Alianza Lima)
Teodoro Fernandez Meyzan (Universitario de Deportes-Lima)
Alejandro Villanueva Martinez (Club Alianza Lima)
Jose Morales Alcazar (Club Alianza Lima)

Coach: Alberto Denegri
Team Captain: Juan Valdivieso Padilla


Finland:
Paavo Salminen (HT (Helsingin Toverit) Helsinki)
Frans Karjagin (HIFK (Helsingin Idrottsförening Kamraterna)-Helsinki)  
Arvo Närvänen (Sudet Helsinki)
William Kanerva (HPS (Helsingen Palloseura)-Helsinki)  
Jarl Malmgren (HIFK (Helsingin Idrottsförening Kamraterna)-Helsinki)  
Eino Lahti (Haka Valkeakoski)
Kurt Gunnar Weckström (HJK (Helsingin Jalkapalloklubi Helsinki)-Helsinki)
Erkki Gustafsson (HT (Helsingin Toverit) Helsinki)
Pentti Kari Isak Larvo (HPS (Helsingen Palloseura)-Helsinki)  
Ernst Grönlund (HIFK (Helsingin Idrottsförening Kamraterna)-Helsinki)  
Aatos Lehtonen (HJK (Helsingin Jalkapalloklubi Helsinki)-Helsinki)

Coach: Ferdinand Fabra (Germnay)
Team Captain: Jarl Malmgren 


Photo From: Calcio 2000, Issue 33, August 2000 
(August 6, 1936, Olympics, Peru 7-Finland 3)
Note: To be verified, if lineup for this match

 
 
 


Wednesday, June 3, 2020

Compendium to the 1936 Olympics-Part 2 (Squads part two)


1936 Olympics squads: (Part b)



Japan:
Goalkeepers:
Rihei Sano (Waseda University) (September 21, 1912, Shizuoka-March 26, 1992) (23 years old at the time)

Defenders:    
Tadao Horie (Waseda University) (September 13, 1913, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka-March 29, 2003, Nakano, Tokyo) (22 years old at the time)
Yasuo Suzuki (Waseda University) (April 30, 1913, Kanagawa-Unkown) (23 years old at the time)
Teizo Takeuchi (Tokyo University) (November 6, 1908, Tokyo-April 12, 1946, Amur Oblast, USSR) (27 years old at the time)


Midfielders:   
Yong-Sik Kim (Seoul FC) (July 25, 1910, Sinchon, Hwanghae, Korea-March 8, 1985, Seoul, South Korea) (26 years old at the time)
Koichi Oita (Tokyo University) (April 9, 1914, Tokyo-September 11, 1996, Bunkyo, Tokyo) (22 years old at the time)
Motoo Tatsuhara (Waseda University) (January 14, 1913, Shinigawa, Tokyo-Unknown) (23 years old at the time)

Strikers:      
Shogo Kamo (Waseda University) (December 12, 1915, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka-September 14, 1977, Shinjuku, Tokyo) (20 years old at the time)
Takeshi Kamo (Waseda University) (February 8, 1915, Hamamatsu, Shizuoka-March 26, 2004, Kawasaki, Kanagawa) (21 years old at the time)
Taizo Kawamoto (Waseda University) (January 17, 1914, Seto, Aichi-September 20, 1985, Osaka) (22 years old at the time)
Akira Matsunaga (Tokyo Bunri University) (September 21, 1914, Yaizu, Shizuoka-January 20, 1943, Guadalcanal, British Solomon Islands) (21 years old at the time)
Tokutaro Ukon (Keio University) (September 23, 1913, Kobe, Hyogo-March 1944, Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea) (22 years old at the time)

On Standby:
Goalkeepers:
Sei Fuwa (Waseda University High School)
 
Defenders:
 
Midfielders:
Sekiji Sasano (Waseda University) 
Toyoji Takahashi (Tokyo University) (1913, Tokyo-March 5, 1940, Tateyama Chiba) (22 years old at the time)

 
Strikers:
Shoichi Nishimura (Waseda University) (1912, Hyogo-March 22, 1998, Akashi, Hyogo) (24 years old at the time)
Gohei Tanabe
Shigemaru Takenokoshi (February 15, 1906, Usuki, Oita-October 6, 1980, Bunkyo, Tokyo) (30 years old at the time)

Coach: Gustave Shigeyoshi Suzuki (October 13, 1902, Fukushima-December 20, 1971) (33 years old at the time)
Team Captain: Teizo Takeuchi
Note: 
1-Yong-Sik Kim was a Korean and a visiting student. He played for South Korea in the 1948 Olympics.
2- Toyoji Takahashi (1913, Tokyo-March 5, 1940, Tateyama Chiba) joined the Japanese Imperial Navy and died in a training accident. He was the fist player to die from the Soccer 1936 Olympics particpants.
3- Taizo Kawamoto served as a POW in the Soviet Union and released in December in 1949. 
4-Akira Matsunaga (September 21, 1914, Yaizu, Shizuoka-January 20, 1943, Guadalcanal, British Solomon Islands) was killed in action during fighting in World War II at Guadalcanal.
5-Teizo Takeuchi (November 6, 1908-April 12, 1946) was captured and died as a POW under Soviet captivity at Amur Oblast.
6-Tokutaro Ukon (Keio University) (September 23, 1913, Kobe, Hyogo-March 1944, Bougainville Island, Papua New Guinea) was killed in action during fighting in World War II.



Luxembourg:
Goalkeepers:
Jean-Pierre Hoscheid (Association Sportive La Jeunesse d´Esch-sur-Alzette) (June 22, 1912, Bissen- July 15, 1988, Esch-sur-Alzette) (24 years old at the time)

Defenders:    
Jean-Pierre Frisch (The National Schifflange Football Club) (May 7, 1908, Esch-sur-Alzette-August 4, 1995, Esch-sur-Alzette) (28 years old at the time)
Victor Majerus (Association Sportive La Jeunesse d´Esch-sur-Alzette) (March 26, 1913, Esch-sur-Alzette-June 10, 1978) (23 years old at the time)
Pierre Mousel (Association Sportive La Jeunesse d´Esch-sur-Alzette) (May 10, 1915-December 6, 1998) (21 years old at the time)

Midfielders:   
Joseph Fischer (The National Schifflange Football Club) (February 24, 1909, Itzig-Juen 6, 1986, Esch-sur-Alzette) (27 years old at the time)
Arnold Kieffer (Club Sportif Pétange) (September 30, 1910, Niederkorn-Juen 28, 1991, Differdange) (25 years old at the time)
Oscar Stamet (Cercle Athlétique Spora Luxembourg) (September 9, 1913-August 21, 1981, Homburg, West Germany) (22 years old at the time)

Strikers: 
Robert Geib (Cercle Athlétique Spora Luxembourg) (November 2, 1911-May 8, 1996) (24 years old at the time)
Gustave Kemp (Football Club Progrés Niedercorn) (February 24, 1917, Differdange-April 14, 1948, Hayange, France) (19 years old at the time)
Leon Mart (Cercle Sportif Fola-Esch) (September 18, 1914-July 14, 1984) (21 years old at the time)
Ernest Mengel (Union Sportive Dudelange) (March 27, 1913, Differdange-December 16, 1968, Dudelange) (23 years old at the time)

On Standby:
Goalkeepers:
Eugene Jeanty (Football Association Red Boys Differdange)

Defenders:    
Jean Schmitt (Union Sportive Dudelange)

Midfielders:   
Robert ‘Alphonse’ Feyder (Football Club Progrés Niedercorn)

Strikers: 
Theophile Speicher (Cercle Athlétique Spora Luxembourg) (Augut 12, 1909-August 6, 1982) (26-27 years old at the time)
Nicolas Touba (Cercle Sportif Fola-Esch)   

Coach: Paul Feierstein (January 27, 1903, Niederkorn-May 5, 1963, Dudelange) (33 years old at the time)
Team Captain: Arnold Kieffer


Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Luxermbourg’s 1936 Olympics squad)



Norway:
Goalkeepers:
Henry Johansen (Vålerengens Idrettsforening-Oslo) (July 21, 1904, Kristiania-May 29, 1988) (32 years old at the time)

Defenders:    
Nils Eriksen (Odds Ballklubbs- Skien tik) (March 5, 1911, Skien-May 5, 1975, Moss) (25 years old at the time)
Øivind Holmsen (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) (April 28, 1912-August 23, 1996) (24 years old at the time)
Fredrik Horn (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) (June 8, 1916-November 16, 1997) (20 years old at the time)

Midfielders:   
Rolf Holmberg (Odds Ballklubbs- Skien tik) (August 24, 1914, July 5, 1979)  (21-22 years old at the time)
Jørgen Juve (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) (November 22, 1906, Porsgrunn-April 12, 1983, Oslo) (29 years old at the time)
Frithjof Ulleberg (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) (September 10, 1911-January 31, 1993) (24 years old at the time)

Strikers:        
Odd Frantzen (Hardy Sportsklubben) (January 20, 1913, Bergen-October 2, 1977, Bergen) (23 years old at the time)
Sverre Hansen (Fram Idrettsforening -Larvik) (June 23, 1913-August 22, 1974) (23 years old at the time)
Magnar Isaksen (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) (October 13, 1910, Kristiansund-June 8, 1979, Oslo) (25 years old at the time)
Reidar Kvammen (Viking –Stavanger Idrettslag) (July 23, 1914, Stavanger-October 27, 1998, Stavanger) (22 years old at the time)
Alf Martinsen (Lillestrøm Sportsklubb- Skedsmo) (December 29, 1911, Lillestroem-August 23, 1988, Lillestroem) (24 years old at the time)
Magdalon Monsen (Hardy Sportsklubben) (April 19, 1910-September 4, 1953, Stockholm, Sweden) (26 years old at the time)
Arne Brustad (Lyn Ski- og Fotballklubben-Oslo) (April 14, 1912, Oslo-August 22, 1987, Oslo) (24 years old at the time)


On Standby:
Goalkeepers:
Hakon Gunderson (Frigg Oslo Fotballklubb)

Midfielders:   
Kristian Henriksen (Frigg Oslo Fotballklubb) (March 3, 1911-February 8, 2004) (25 years old at the time)

Strikers: 
Arne Ileby (Frederikstad Fotballklubb-Ostfold) (December 2, 1913, Frederikstad-December 25, 1999) (22 years old at the time)

Coach: Asbjorn Halvorsen (December 3, 1898, Sarpsborg-January 16, 1955, Narvik) (37 years old at the time)

Team Captain: Jørgen Juve
Note:
1-Some related stories about the teams and players can be seen in the following blog entry:


-Norway Coach Asbjorn Halvorsen (December 3, 1898-January 16, 1955) was responsible for the sports boycott in Norway during the Nazi occupation.
He was arrested and placed in various Concentration Camps during the occupation.

-Norway’s Odd Frantzen (Janaury 20, 1913-October 2, 1977) was beaten to death in his home during a home intrusion in 1977, aged 64. The assailant was convicted of manslaughter.
The 25 year-old assailant was sentenced to 5 years in prison while his 24 year-old female co-defendant received a prison sentence of one year. The pair had broke in to get alcohol.

-Norway’s Reidar Kvammen (July 23, 1914-October 27, 1998) was a Police Officer. During the war, he was sent to various Concentration Camps until the end of the war.

-Norway’s Kristian Henriksen (March 3, 1911-February 8, 2004) became the National Team Manager of Norway (1958-1959).




Photo From: IFFHS-Norge (1908-1940), Suomi (1911-1940)-Essti (1920-1940)
(Norway’s 1936 Olympics squad)



Photo From: IFFHS-Norge (1908-1940), Suomi (1911-1940)-Essti (1920-1940)
(Norway Manager Asbjorn Halvorsen)


Photo From: IFFHS-Norge (1908-1940), Suomi (1911-1940)-Essti (1920-1940)
(Norway players)


Photo From: IFFHS-Norge (1908-1940), Suomi (1911-1940)-Essti (1920-1940)
(Norway players)


Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Norway’s Alf Martinsen and Arne Brustad)


Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Norway’s Reidar Kvammen and Magnar Isaksen)



Photo From: Landslaget, Det Norske Fotballandslagets Historie, authors Egil Olsen, Arne Scheie, Per Jorsett, Otto Ulseth, 1997
(Norway’s Henry Johansen)


Photo From: Landslaget, Det Norske Fotballandslagets Historie, authors Egil Olsen, Arne Scheie, Per Jorsett, Otto Ulseth, 1997
(Norway’s Jorgen Juve and Henry Johansen)


Photo From: IFFHS-Norge (1908-1940), Suomi (1911-1940)-Essti (1920-1940)
(Norway’s Øivind Holmsen)


Photo From: Landslaget, Det Norske Fotballandslagets Historie, authors Egil Olsen, Arne Scheie, Per Jorsett, Otto Ulseth, 1997
(Norway’s Nils Eriksen)




Peru:
Goalkeepers:
Juan Valdivieso Padilla (Club Alianza Lima) (May 6, 1910, Lima-May 2, 2007, Lima) (26 years old at the time)
 
Defenders:    
Arturo Fernandez Meyzan (Universitario de Deportes-Lima) (February 3, 1906, San Vicente de Canete-November 27, 1999, Lima) (30 years old at the time)
Victor Lavalle (Club Alianza Lima) (June 5, 1911-October 12, 1975) (25 years old at the time)

Midfielders:   
Segundo Castillo Varela (Sport Boys Association Callao) (July 17, 1913, Callao-October 1, 1993, Callao) (23 years old at the time)
Orestes Jordan Canepa (Universitario de Deportes-Lima) (November 21, 1913, Chincha Alta-December 4, 1991, Lima) (22 years old at the time)
Carlos Tovar Venegas (Universitario de Deportes-Lima) (April 2, 1914-June 15, 2006) (22 years old at the time)

Strikers:      
Prisco Teodoro Alcalde Millos (Sport Boys Association Callao) (September 20, 1913-August 9, 1995) (22 years old at the time)
Teodoro Fernandez Meyzan (Universitario de Deportes-Lima) (May 20, 1913, Canete-September 17, 1996, Lima) (23 years old at the time)
Adelfo Magallanes Campos (Club Alianza Lima) (August 29, 1910, San Vicente de Canete-January 16, 1988, Lima) (25 years old at the time)
Jose Morales Alcazar (Club Alianza Lima) (October 30, 1909-November 2, 1944) (26 years old at the time)
Alejandro Villanueva Martinez (Club Alianza Lima) (June 4, 1908, Lima-April 11, 1944) (28 years old at the time)

Jorge Luis Felix Alcalde Millos (Sport Boys Association Callao) (December 5, 1916-June 25, 1990) (19 years old at the time)

On Standby:
Goalkeepers:
Victor Marchena

Defenders:    
Raul Chappell Morales (Sport Boys Association Callao) (July 23, 1911, Callao-1977, New York City, USA) (25 years old at the time)
Guillermo Pardo

Midfielders:   
Eulogio Garcia
Enrique Landa
Miguel Pacheco
Carlos Portal

Strikers: 
Andres Alvarez
Pedro Ibanez
Arturo Paredes

Coach: Alberto Denegri
Team Captain: Juan Valdivieso Padilla
Note:
1-Prisco Teodoro Alcalde Millos and Jorge Luis Felix Alcalde Millos were brothers.
2-Alejandro Villanueva Martinez (June 4, 1908, Lima-April 11, 1944) (28 years old at the time) died aged 35 from tuberculosis.


Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Peru’s Teodoro Alcalde)

Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Peru’s Juan Valdiviesco)

Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Peru’s Jorge Alcalde, Teodoro Fernandez and Alenadro Villanueva)


Poland:
Goalkeepers:
Spirydion Albański (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów) (October 4, 1907, Lemberg, Austria-Hungary-March 30, 1992, Katowice) (28 years old at the time)
Edward Madejski (Towarzystwo Sportowe Wisła Kraków) (August 11, 1914, Krakow-February 15, 1996, Bytom) (22 years old at the time)
 
Defenders:  
Antoni Gałecki (Łódzki Klub Sportowy- Lodz) (June 4, 1906, Lodz-December 14, 1958, Lodz) (30 years old at the time)
Henryk Martyna (WKS (Wojskowy Klub Sportowy) Legia Warszawa) (November 14, 1907, Krakow-November 17, 1984, Krakow) (28 years old at the time)
Władysław Szczepaniak (Klub Sportowy Polonia Warszawa) (May 19, 1910, Warsaw-May 6, 1979, Warsaw) (26 years old at the time)

Midfielders:   
Franciszek Cebulak (WKS (Wojskowy Klub Sportowy) Legia Warszawa) (September 16, 1906, Krakow-August 4, 1960, Warsaw) (29 years old at the time)
Edward Dytko (Górniczy Klub Sportowy Dąb Katowice) (October 18, 1914, Zaleze, Germany-June 13, 1993) (21 years old at the time)

Wilhelm Góra (Klub Sportowy Cracovia- Kraków) (January 18, 1916-May 21, 1975) (20 years old at the time)
Józef Kotlarczyk (Towarzystwo Sportowe Wisła Kraków) (February 13, 1907, Krakow-September 28, 1959, Bydgoszcz) (29 years old at the time)
Jan Wasiewicz (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów) (January 6, 1911, Lemberg, Austria-Hungary-November 9, 1976, Buenos Aires, Argentina) (25 years old at the time)


Strikers:        
Hubert Gad (Klub Sportowy Slask Swietochlowice) (August 15, 1914-July 3, 1939) (21-22 years old at the time)

Walerian Kisieliński (Klub Sportowy Polonia Warszawa) (March 1, 1907, Brzezinka-February 19, 1988, Warsaw) (29 years old at the time)
Michał Matyas (LKS (Lwowski Klub Sportowy) Pogon Lwów) (September 28, 1910, Brzozow, Austria-Hungary-October 22, 1975, Krakow) (25 years old at the time)
Walenty Musielak (HCP (Hipolit Cegielski Poznan) Poznan) (February 7, 1913-April 11, 1977) (23 years old at the time)
Teodor Peterek (Klub Sportowy Ruch Wielkie Hajduki- Chorzów) (November 7, 1910, Swietochlowice-January 12, 1969, Slupiec) (25 years old at the time) 

Ryszard Piec (Naprzód Lipiny) (August 17, 1913, Swietochlowice-January 24, 1979) (23 years old at the time)
Fryderyk Scherfke (Klub Sportowy Warta Poznan) (September 7, 1909, Poznan-September 15, 1983, Bad Soden, West Germany) (26 years old at the time)    
Gerard Wodarz (Klub Sportowy Ruch Wielkie Hajduki- Chorzów) (August 10, 1913, Bismarckhutte, Germany-November 8, 1982, Chorzow) (23 years old at the time)

On Standby:
Goalkeepers:
Marian Fontowicz (Klub Sportowy Warta Poznan)          

Defenders:    
Alojzy Sitko (Towarzystwo Sportowe Wisła Kraków)  

Midfielders:   
Wilhelm Piec (Naprzod Lipiny) (November 2, 1915-April 4, 1954) (20 years old at the time)

Strikers: 
Jerzy Wostal (AKS Chorzow) (1914, Chorzow-1991) (Another source does not list him on standby)

FA Captain: Józef Kałuża (February 11, 1896, Przemysi, Austria-Hungary-October11, 1944, Krakow) (40 years old at the time)
Coach: Kurt Otto (Germany)
The Rest of Polish Technical Delegation: Kazimierz Glabisz, Janusz Mallow, Adam Obrubanski
Team Captain: Henryk Martyna
Note:
1-On another source, Edward Madejski is listed on the st and by list.
Note:
1-Some related stories about the teams and players can be seen in the following blog entry:


-Poland’s Jerzy (Wilhelm) Piec (January 7 (or November 2), 1915-April 4, 1954) and Ryszard Leon Piec (August 17, 1913-January 24, 1979) were brothers.

-The lives of many of Poland’s National Team were affected by the Second World War.
Gerard Wodarz (August 10, 1913- November 8, 1982) signed the German Nationality List (Volksliste) after the German Invasion and Occupation in 1939.
He was mobilized by the German Army in 1941. He was captured in 1944 by the American Army. He was transferred to the Polish Forces of the West.

Jan Karol Wasiewicz (January 6, 1911-November 9, 1976) fought for Poland after the German Invasion in 1939. He escaped to Hungary and eventually made his way to England. He joined Poland’s Western Forces and fought later in the ‘1st Polish Infantry Battalion’. He would move to England after the war and in 1949 to Argentina for the rest of his life.

Fryderyk Egon Scherfke (Szerfke) (September 7, 1909-September 15, 1983), as an ethnic German, was mobilized by the German Army in 1940.
He was sent to the Eastern Front in 1943 and then to Yugoslavia, where he was wounded in January 1945. He was captured by the British and then released on July 25th, 1945. He settled in West Germany after his release.
Poland goalkeeper Edward Madejski (August 11, 1914-February 15, 1996) was not registered to any club during the World Cup. He was banned by the Polish League due to a scandal related to his transfer from Wisla Krakow to Gerbarnia Krakow.
During the War he was involved in a number of illegal Soccer tournaments that had been banned by the Germans. He was arrested by the Gestapo and was actually on death row for some time.
In 1956, the Polish Communist Government would arrest him for espionage and sabotage. He would be imprisoned for three years. After many years he would be exonerated.

Edward Dytko (October 18, 1914-June 13, 1993), as an ethnic German signed the German Nationality List (Volksliste). He was mobilized by the German Army in 1942. He was captured by the American Army in 1944. He returned to Poland after the War, but was initially regarded as a traitor by the new Polish Communist Government.
He was cleared after signing the declaration of loyalty to the Polish state.

Wilhelm Antoni Góra (January 18, 1916-May 21, 1975), as an ethnic German, signed the German Nationality List (Volksliste).
He was mobilized by the German Army and transferred to Italy, where he was captured by the Allied Army. He would join the 2nd Corps of the Polish Army.
He remained in West Germany after the War.

Antoni Gałecki (June 4, 1906-December 14, 1958) was captured by the Germans in the beginning of the War. He escaped and made his way to Palestine and joined the Polish 2nd Corps. He would fight in the war and afterwards return to Poland.

2-Teodor Peterek (November 7, 1910, Swietochlowice-January 12, 1969, Slupiec) was conscripted in the German Army during World War II and was  captured by the Allies.

3-Hubert Gad (August 15, 1914-July 3, 1939) drownded while swinmming in a lake in 1939, aged 24.



Photo From: Bialo Czerwoni 1921-2001, Author Andrzej Gowarzewski
(Poland Manager Kurt Otto)


Photo From:  IFFHS-Russia (1912-1920), Soviet Union (1923-1940),Polska (1921-1940), Lietuva(1923-1940)
(Poland’s Antoni Gałecki)


Photo From:  IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(Poland’s Henryk Martyna and Hubert Gad)


Photo From:  IFFHS-Russia (1912-1920), Soviet Union (1923-1940),Polska (1921-1940), Lietuva(1923-1940)
(Poland’s Gerhard Wodarz)


Sweden:
Goalkeepers:
Sven Bergquist (AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben) Solna-Stockholm) (August 20, 1914, Stockholm-December 16, 1996, Stockholm) (21 years old at the time)
 
Defenders:    
Otto Andersson (Örgryte Idrottssällskap- Göteborg) (May 7, 1910-November 8, 1977) (26 years old at the time)
Erik Källström (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras) (March 5, 1908, Boras-January 16, 1997, Boras) (28 years old at the time)

Midfielders:   
Victor Carlund (Örgryte Idrottssällskap- Göteborg) (February 5, 1906, Gothenburg-February 22, 1985) (30 years old at the time)
Arvid Emanuelsson (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras) (December 25, 1913, Boras-March 19, 1980, Varberg) (22 years old at the time)
Torsten Johansson (IFK (Idrottsföreningen Kamraterna) Norrköping) (January 17, 1906, Norrkoping-January 17, 1989, Gothenburg) (30 years old at the time)

Strikers:      
Kar-Erik Grahn (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras) (November 5, 1914, Jonkoping-March 14, 1963, Boras) (21 years old at the time)
Åke Hallman (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras) (Novemnber 12, 1912, Boras-June 21, 1973, Boras) (23 years old at the time)
Sven Jonasson (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras) (July 9, 1909, Boras-September 17, 1984, Varberg) (27 years old at the time)
Gustaf Josefsson (AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben) Solna-Stockholm) (February 16, 1916, Stockholm-April 16, 1983, Stockholm) (20 years old at the time)
Erik Persson (AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben) Solna-Stockholm) (November 19, 1909-February 1, 1989) (26 years old at the time)


On Standby:
Goalkeepers:
Gustav Sjöberg (AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben) Solna-Stockholm) (March 23, 1913-October 3, 2003) (23 years old at the time)

Defenders:    
Walter Sköld (AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben) Solna-Stockholm)

Midfielders:   
Erik Almgren (AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben) Solna-Stockholm) (January 28, 1908, Stockholm-August 23, 1989, Stockholm) (28 years old at the time)
Gillis Andersson (Idrottsföreningen Elfsborg-Boras)
Isidor Eriksson (AIK (Allmänna Idrottsklubben) Solna-Stockholm)
Einar Snitt (Sandvikens Idrottsförening) (1905-1973) (30-31 years old at the time)
Folke Lind (GAIS (Göteborgs Atlet & Idrottssälskap)- Göteborg) (April 4, 1913-February 6, 2001) (23 years old at the time)

Strikers: 
Bertil Ericsson (Sandvikens Idrottsförening) (November 6, 1908-August 18, 2002) (27 years old at the time)
Holger-Johansson-Jernsten (GAIS (Göteborgs Atlet & Idrottssälskap)- Göteborg)
Knut Kroon (Helsingborgs Idrottsförening) (June 19, 1906-February 27, 1975) (30 years old at the time)
Åke Tornkvist (IK (Idrottsklubben) Sleipner-Norrköping)

Coach: Gustaf Carlsson
Team Captain: Victor Carlund
Note:
1-Magdalon Monsen (April 19, 1910-September 4, 1953, Stockholm, Sweden) died aged 43 after complication from brain surgery.


Photo From: IFFHS, Danmark (1908-1940), Sverige (1908-10940)
(Sweden players)


Turkey:
Goalkeepers:
Cihat Arman (Gençlerbirliği Spor Kulübü-Ankara) (July 16, 1915, Istanbul-May 14, 1994, Istanbul) (21 years old at the time)
 
Defenders:    
Yaşar Alpaslan (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul) (March 23, 1914-1995) (22 years old at the time)
Hüsnü Savman (Besiktas Jimnastik Kulübü–Istanbul) (August 18, 1908, Gonen-August 8, 1948) (28 years old at the time)

Midfielders:   
Mehmet Reşat Nayir (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul) (July 13, 1911-1991) (25 years old at the time)
İbrahim Tusder (Güneş Spor Kulübü İstanbul) (January 15, 1915, Istanbul-1994) (21 years old at the time)
Lütfü Aksoy (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul) (July 17, 1911-Unknown) (25 years old at the time)

Strikers:        
Said Altınordu (İzmir Spor Kulübü Altınordu) (July 24, 1912, Uskudar-November 17, 1978, Izmir) (24 years old at the time)
Fikret Arıcan (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul) (July 17, 1912-1994) (24 years old at the time)
Rebii Erkal (Güneş Spor Kulübü İstanbul) (February 10, 1911-November 25, 1985) (25 years old at the time)
Niyazi Sel (Fenerbahçe Spor Kulübü –Istanbul) (March 12, 1908, Istanbul-1980) (28 years old at the time)
Hakkı Yeten (Besiktas Jimnastik Kulübü–Istanbul) (December 3, 1910, Vodina-April 16, 1989, Istanbul) (25 years old at the time)

On Standby:
Goalkeepers:
Avni Kurgan (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)

Defenders:    
Faruk Bartas (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)

Midfielders:   
Ismail Hakki Alac (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul) (May 25, 1911-1989) (25 years old at the time)

Strikers: 
Adil Burmin
Necdet Cici (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul)
Seref Gorkey (Besiktas Jimnastik Kulübü–Istanbul) (1913, Istanbul-November 10, 2004, Istanbul) (23 years old at the time)
Fuad Goztepe (Goztepe)
Gunduz Kilic (Galatasaray Spor Kulübü–Istanbul) (October 29, 1918, istanbul-May 17, 1980, New York City, New York, USA)

Coach: James Elliot Donnolly (Ireland) (December 18, 1893, Ballina, County Mayo-June 3, 1959) (42 years old at the time)
Team Captain: Hüsnü Savman



USA:
Goalkeepers:
Francis Anthony Bartkus (First German Sport Club Brooklyn) (November 11, 1915-September 1986) (20 years old at the time)
Robert Denton (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia) (November 20, 1907, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-August 12, 1997) (28 years old at the time)
 
Defenders:    
Frank Greinert (First German Sport Club Brooklyn) (February 5, 1909-November 9, 1965) (27 years old at the time)
Friedrich ‘Fritz’ Stoll (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia) (January 23, 1909, Germany-March 6, 1989) (27 years old at the time)
Ferdinand J. ‘Fred’ Zojkowski (Independent FC Harrison, New Jersey) (November 18, 1912, Harrison, New Jersey-January 28, 1985) (23 years old at the time)
John Zywan (Pittsburgh Castle Shannon)

Midfielders:   
Charles William Altemose (Bethlehem Steel South) (June 3, 1913-January 26, 1995, Bethlehem, Pennsylvania) (23 years old at the time)
Edward Begley (St Louis Irish Village Club)
James Crockett (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia) (February 17, 1910-July 30, 1986, Meadowood, Pennsylvania) (26 years old at the time)
William John Fiedler (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia) (January 10, 1910, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-September 1985, Brick, New Jersey) (26 years old at the time)
John Olthaus (First German Sport Club Brooklyn)
Peter Paul Pietras (Trenton FC) (April 21, 1908, Trenton, New Jersey-April 1993) (28 years old at the time)

Strikers: 
Julius Chimielewski (Trenton Highlanders)
Andrew Gajda (Fore River Shamrocks Boston) (February 26, 1907-June 4, 1956) (29 years old at the time)
Frederick Lutkefedder (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia) (April 15, 1910-April 28, 1986, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) (26 years old at the time)
George Nemchik (Trenton FC) (March 14, 1915, Superior, Pennsylvania-July 11, 1988, Trenton, New Jersey) (21 years old at the time)
Francis J. Ryan (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia) (January 10, 1908, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania-October 14, 1977, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) (28 years old at the time)

Coach: Elmer Schroeder.
Trainer: Francis.J. Cavanaugh.
Team Captain: Francis J. Ryan
Note:
1-In another source Charles William Altemose, George Nemchik, Peter Pietras and Frank Greinert are registered to (First German-American Sport Club Philadelphia).
2-In another source, Ferdinand J. Zojkowski is registered to (Kearny Scots-Americans).


Photo From: IFFHS-Olympic Football Tournaments (1908-1936)
(USA’s 1936 Olympics squad)