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171 vs. Germany
172
173 vs. Ireland

Wednesday, 14 May 1930
End-of-Season Tour Friendly Match

Austria 0 England 0 [0-0]
 

Match Summary
Austria Squad

England Squad

Hohe Warte Stadion, Heiligenstadt, Döbling, Wien
Attendance: 61,000;
Kick-off tbc

 
Results 1919-30

? won the toss, ? kicked-off.

 

Match Summary

Officials

Austria

Type

England

Referee - Johannes Mutters
Netherlands

Linesmen - not known

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Austria Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 5th
Colours: Probably red shirts, white shorts
Capt: tbc Selectors: Hugo Meisl, 48 (16 November 1881)
Austria Lineup
  Hiden, J. Rudolf 21 9 March 1909 G Wiener AC 3 2 GA
  Rainer, Karl 28 1 June 1901 RB First Vienna FC 25 0
  Tandler, Johann 28/29 1901 LB FK Austria Wien 17 3
  Klima, Johann 30 11 February 1900 RH SK Admira Wien 12 3
  Hofmann, Leopold 24 31 October 1905 CH First Vienna FC 10 0
  Luef, Johann 21 31 December 1905 LH SK Rapid Wien 6 0
  Siegl, Ignaz 28 11 February 1902 OR SK Admira Wien 20 0
  Nausch, Walter 23 5 February 1907 IR FK Austria Wien 3 0
  Gschweidl, Friedrich 28 13 December 1901 CF First Vienna FC 22 4
  Horvath, Johann 27 20 March 1903 IL SC Wacker Wien 34 22
  Wesely, Ferdinand 32 30 May 1897 OL SK Rapid Wien 37 16

reserves:

reserves not known
 
2-3-5 Hiden -
Rainer, Tandler -
Klima, Hofmann, Luef -
Siegl, Nausch, Gschweidl, Horvath, Wesely

Averages:

Age 26.4/5 Appearances/Goals 17.2 4.4

 

England Team

 

Rank:

No official ranking system established;
ELO rating 7th to 6th
Colours: The 1923 uniform - White collared jerseys and dark club shorts
Capt: David Jack, third captaincy Selectors:
In Charge: Arthur G. Kingscott
The fourteen-man FA International Selection Committee, on Thursday, 17 April 1920.
139th match, W 89 - D 27 - L 23 - F 424 - A 154.
A less reliable source names Roy Goodall as Captain
England Lineup
  Hibbs, E. Henry 23 27 May 1906 G Birmingham FC 4 5 GA
  Goodall, F. Roy 27 31 December 1902 RB Huddersfield Town FC 12 0
  Blenkinsop, Ernest 28 20 April 1902 LB Sheffield Wednesday FC 13 0
  Strange, Alfred H. 30 2 April 1900 RH Sheffield Wednesday FC 3 0
  Cowan, Samuel 29 10 May 1901 CH Manchester City FC 2 0
  Webster, Maurice 30 13 November 1899 LH Middlesbrough FC 3 0
  Crooks, Samuel D. 22 16 January 1908 OR Derby County FC 3 0
  Jack, David B.N. 32 3 April 1898 IR Arsenal FC 7 3
  Watson, Victor M. 32 10 November 1897 CF West Ham United FC 5 4
  Bradford, Joseph 29 22 January 1901 IL Birmingham FC 11 3
  Rimmer, Ellis J. 23 2 January 1907 OL Sheffield Wednesday FC 3 2

reserves:

Sheffield Wednesday FC's Billy Marsden was not named as a reserve as he had been injured in the previous match and was still in a Berlin hospital. The second traveling reserve is not known.

team notes:

It was decided on 17 April that the team that beat Scotland on 5 April is the team to face Germany and Austria.
 
2-3-5 Hibbs -
Goodall, Blenkinsop -
Strange, Cowan, Webster -
Crooks, Jack, Watson, Bradford, Rimmer

Averages:

Age 27.7 Appearances/Goals 6.0 1.1

 

    Match Report

Source Notes

TheFA.com
OEFB
Rothmans Yearbooks
AustriaSoccer
Original Newspapers
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