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Arie de Vroet

Full name: Arie de Vroet
Gender: Male
Born: November 9, 1918 in Oud-Beijerland, Zuid-Holland, Netherlands
Died: September 9, 1999 in Woudenberg, Utrecht, Netherlands
Affiliations: Feyenoord, Rotterdam (NED)
Country: NED Netherlands
Sport: Football

Biography

De Vroet played his first match for the first team of Feyenoord in 1937, and was selected for his first international a year later. An attacker, he never scored for the national team, despite playing 22 matches through 1949, including 14 as a captain. His international career came to an end when he decided to become a professional in France, causing him to be banned from the national team as the Dutch federation only allowed amateur players. In France, De Vroet played for Le Havre and Rouen, retiring after the 1953 season. He then became a trainer, notably at Be Quick 1887 (three different spells), Heerenveen and Le Havre. From 1966, he worked for the Dutch federation as a coach for the national U23 and amateur selections, and served as an assistant coach at the 1978 World Cup.

Results

Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1948 Summer 29 London Football Men's Football Netherlands NED 9T

Men's Football

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result G YC RC
1948 Summer 29 London Football Netherlands NED Final Standings 9T 1948-07-26 0 0 0
1948 Summer 29 London Football Netherlands NED Round One Match #2 2 1948-07-31 GBR 4, NED 3 0
1948 Summer 29 London Football Netherlands NED Qualifying Round Match #2 1 1948-07-26 NED 3, IRL 1 0
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