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Harold Brittan
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Harold Brittan

1951 Inductee

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Forward who won four American Soccer League titles and two U.S. Open Cup championships in the 1920s. Brittan, who had an early spell with Chelsea in his native England, captured his first ASL title in 1922 with Philadelphia FC, the transplanted Bethlehem Steel team, and also was the ASL’s league scorer that season with 27 goals. Later that year, he signed with the Fall River Marksmen and won ASL titles with Fall River in 1924, 1925 and 1926, and U.S. Open Cup victories in 1924 and 1927. Inducted in 1951.

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