Arie de Winter

Arend Harm "Arie" de Winter (1915–1983) was a Dutch football forward who played for the Netherlands in the 1938 FIFA World Cup.[3] He played 261 matches as an amateur footballer for HFC Haarlem and was captain of the only Haarlem team to win the Dutch championship, in 1946.[4] He married Agatha Klootwijk in 1944[5] and in 1946 was employed as a civic servant.[6] Little is written about him, and in the past Arie de Winter has also been identified as Adrianus Johannes de Winter (born 1913, Haarlem); however, in the Haarlemse Courant of July 1944, "A.H. de Winter" of the Haarlem football club is reported to have won the annual heptathlon for football players with a record score; the better known J.C. Smit of the same club was in second place.[7]

Arie de Winter
Personal information
Full name Arend Harm de Winter
Date of birth 28 August 1915 [1]
Place of birth Zwolle [1]
Date of death 1 January 1983(1983-01-01) (aged 67)[2]
Height 179 cm (5 ft 10 in) [1]
Playing position(s) Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
HFC Haarlem 261
National team
1938 Netherlands 0 (0)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b c Army Enlistment, Haarlem 1935
  2. ^ Death date mentioned on his widow's death announcement
  3. ^ 1938 FIFA World Cup France
  4. ^ Haarlem landskampioen at haarlem1889.nl (in Dutch)
  5. ^ Burgerlijke Stand - Ondertrouwd, Haarlemse Courant, 17 May 1944.
  6. ^ Winter, A.H. in the 1946 Haarlem Address Book
  7. ^ Voetbal - Zevenkampdag, Haarlemse Courant, 31 July 1944.

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