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Elmer Schroeder
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Elmer Schroeder

1951 Inductee

1928 - 1937

Manager of the U.S. National Team

1933 - 1934

President of the USFA

1927 - 1933

Vice President of the USFA

1939 - 1942

President of the ASL

1933, 1934

National Amateur Cup Winner


ASL Championship Winner


U.S. Open Cup Winner

The first American-born president of the United States Football Association. Schroeder, who was president of the USFA in 1933 and 1934, was manager of the United States teams at the 1928 Olympic Games, the 1934 World Cup and the 1936 Olympic Games. He was manager of the Philadelphia German-Americans team from 1932 to 1937, including its American Soccer League title in 1935 and U.S. Open Cup victory in 1936. President of the ASL from 1939 to 1942. Inducted in 1951.

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