Eberhard Herz

Football, Football player


Who is Eberhard Herz?

Eberhard Herz was a German-American soccer player who earned one cap with the U.S. national team in a 3-3 World Cup qualification tie with Mexico on November 11, 1960.

In 1953, Herz played a half season for TSV 1860 M√ľnchen before immigrating to New York in 1954. There, he played for S.C. Eintracht of the German-American Soccer League, winning the 1955 National Challenge Cup over the Los Angeles Danish Americans. Herz later played for the Los Angeles Kickers, scoring in the 1960 National Challenge Cup final loss to the New York Ukrainian Nationals.

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on July 23, 2013


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