Full name: Kurt Gunnar Weckström
Born: December 4, 1911 in Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland
Died: January 7, 1983 in Helsinki, Uusimaa, Finland
Affiliations: HJK, Helsinki (FIN)
Kurt "Kurre" Weckström represented Finland in 35 international matches, scoring 10 goals between 1931-43 including the 1936 Olympic tournament, as outside-right. He also played three matches in the 1938 World Cup qualifying round. He started his career with [Kronohagens IF (KIF)]. With his second club Helsingin Jalkapalloklubi (HJK) he won the 1936 and 1938 Finnish Championship. Weckström also represented the Workers' Sports Federation during the 1931 Workers' Summer Olympiad in Vienna and won the championship of the 1930 Finnish Workers' Sports Federation with Töölön Vesa.
In bandy, Weckström played one international A-match and two B-matches. With KIF he was runner-up in the 1932 championship and reached third place in 1941 with HJK. In 1929, he won the Workers' Sports Federation's bandy championship.
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