1931 in association football

The following are the football (soccer) events of the year 1931 throughout the world.

Years in association football

1931 in sports

EventsEdit

Winners club national championshipEdit

International tournamentsEdit

Shared by   England and   Scotland
  Estonia
  Sweden (1931)
  Norway (1929-1932)
  Romania
  Bulgaria

BirthsEdit

  • January 9: Ángel Berni, Paraguayan footballer (died 2017)
  • January 18: André Piters, Belgian international footballer (died 2014)
  • February 9: Josef Masopust, Czechoslovak international footballer and manager (died 2015)
  • February 14: Newton de Sordi, Brazilian international footballer (died 2013)
  • February 16: Bobby Collins, Scottish international footballer (died 2014)
  • March 1: Arne Pedersen, Norwegian international footballer (died 2013)
  • May 16: Vujadin Boškov, Yugoslav international football player and coach (died 2014)
  • June 13: Jean-Jacques Marcel, French international footballer (died 2014)
  • June 28: Aleksandar Ivoš, Serbian footballer (died 2020)
  • July 5: Gerd Lauck, German footballer (died 2005)
  • August 2: Yuri Kuznetsov, Soviet international footballer (died 2016)
  • August 5: Billy Bingham, Northern Irish international footballer and manager (died 2022)
  • September 19: Hiroto Muraoka, Japanese football player (died 2017)
  • October 13: Raymond Kopa, French international footballer (died 2017)
  • November 6: Pál Várhidi, Hungarian international footballer and manager (died 2015)
  • December 27: John Charles, Welsh international footballer (died 2004)

DeathsEdit

  • 5 September: John Thomson, Scottish international footballer (born 1909)

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Scottish Cup Past Winners | Scottish Cup | Scottish FA". www.scottishfa.co.uk. Retrieved 17 December 2022.