Pat Philley

Football, Football player

1929 –

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Who is Pat Philley?

Pat Philley former Canadian national soccer team player.

Philley was a member of the Vancouver City team that won the Canadian Challenge Cup in 1950 beating Winnipeg Scottish 4-1 and 4-0 in the final. He represented the B.C. All-Stars twice against teams like Rangers F.C. in 1954, Huddersfield Town in 1955, Aberdeen F.C. and Lokomotiv Moscow in 1956, and Tottenham Hotspur in 1957.

Philley captained Canada in the World Cup qualifying games of 1957 against the United States in Toronto and Mexico twice in Mexico City. He also played for a Canadian select team in 1956 against Lokomotiv Moscow in Toronto before over 18,000 spectators.

In April 2004, Philley was inducted into the Canadian Soccer Hall of Fame.

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Born
1929
Nationality
  • Canada

Submitted
on July 23, 2013

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