Ēriks Bēze

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Ēriks Bēze
birthday September 2, 1910
date of death 19th August 1980
Place of death PotsdamGDR
position midfield
Years station Games (goals) 1
at least 1932, 1935 Rigas Vanderer
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1932-1935 Latvia 4 (0)
1 Only league games are given.

Ēriks Bēze (August 20 July / September 2,  1910 greg.August 19, 1980 in Potsdam ) was a Latvian football player .

life and career

Ēriks Bēze played in his football career at least in 1932 and 1935 for the Rigas Vanderer in the Virslīga .

On July 13, 1932 Bēze made his debut in the Latvian national football team against Sweden . Three years later he was called up again for the national team. In 1935 he took part in the Baltic Cup with the team . His last of four international matches he completed at this tournament against Estonia on August 22, 1935 in Tallinn .

The trained dental technician had left Latvia before 1939 and did not play football afterwards. In June 1941 he was drafted into the German armed forces. During the Second World War he was taken prisoner by the Soviets , from which he was released in 1948.

He lived and worked afterwards in Potsdam , in what was then the German Democratic Republic , where he died shortly before his 70th birthday in 1980.

Web links

  • Ēriks Bēze in the eu-football.info database
  • Ēriks Bēze in the database of the Latvian Football Association (Latvian)