Karel Gleenewinkel Kamperdijk

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Karel Gleenewinkel Kamperdijk (1905)

Karel Willem Hendrik Gleenewinkel Kamperdijk (born October 30, 1883 in Haarlem , † June 20, 1975 in Rijswijk ) was a Dutch national football player .

Gleenewinkel Kamperdijk played for HBS Craeyenhout for a total of 22 years . He made his first game for the Hague club shortly before his 18th birthday on October 13, 1901; when he last appeared in the HBS jersey on September 23, 1923, he was almost 40 years old. In total, he made 78 appearances in the first team, in which he scored ten goals. During his time, HBS was twice Dutch champion .

On April 30, 1905, he was a member of the Dutch national team that played the first international football match in the country's history. In Antwerp , the team won 4-1 against hosts Belgium .

In the second leg two weeks later on May 14, 1905 in Rotterdam , which the Netherlands won 4-0 against Belgium, Gleenewinkel Kamperdijk also belonged to the squad. However, these two games remained the only missions Gleenewinkel Kamperdijk in the Nederlands Elftal .

Alongside and after his football career, he worked as a broker and sales representative . In 1910 he married his first wife Christina Fehr in Batavia . Their daughter Vera was born in 1911. The marriage was divorced in 1919. In 1920 he married his second wife Anna van Gorkum, daughter Maria Laura comes from this marriage; after Anna's death in 1964, he married again in 1966 in 's Gravenhage for the third time, Hendrica Bruijnzeel, born in 1904.

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Individual evidence

  1. ^ HBS "Hall of Fame" ( Memento from June 30, 2007 in the Internet Archive ), website of HBS Craeyenhout
  2. Family data according to online