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Georges Hebdin

Full name: Georges Hebdin
Other name(s): George Hebden
Nickname(s): Georgy
Gender: Male
Born: April 19, 1889 in [unknown], Unknown, Belgium
Died: March 26, 1970
Affiliations: Union Saint-Gilloise,
Country: BEL Belgium
Sport: Football

Medals: 1 Gold (1 Total)


Georges Hebdin was born to British parents in Belgium as George Hebden, and therefore was not allowed to play for the Belgium national team after 1909, although he had already earned three caps. In 1913 he was allowed to resume his international career because he had by then lived in Belgium for 10 years. Later, World War I caused a second break of several years in his career. Even with these breaks he won a total of 12 caps from 1908-20. His last international match came at Antwerpen in 1920 against Spain in the quarter-finals of the Olympic tournament. With his team from Union Saint-Gilloise, Hebdin was Belgian Champion four times (1907, 1909, 1910, 1913) and Cup winner twice (1913-14) before World War I. In total, he played 211 matches in the First Division and scored 81 goals.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1920 Summer 31 Antwerpen Football Men's Football Belgium BEL 1 Gold

Men's Football

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result G YC RC
1920 Summer 31 Antwerpen Football Belgium BEL Final Standings 1 1920-08-28 0 0 0
1920 Summer 31 Antwerpen Football Belgium BEL Quarter-Finals Match #4 1 1920-08-29 BEL 3, ESP 1 0
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