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Heinrich Schönfeld

For the Baroque painter, see Johann Heinrich Schönfeld.
Heinrich Schönfeld
Personal information
Date of birth(1900-08-03)3 August 1900
Place of birthKolozsvár, Austria–Hungary
Playing positionStriker
Senior career*
1916–1921SpC Rudolfshügel
1921–1923Sportclub Meran
1925–1926Inter Milan14(9)
1926Hakoah Vienna
1926–1927Brooklyn Wanderers
1927–1928Hakoah Vienna
1928–1929Brooklyn Hakoah
1929–1930New York Hakoah
1930–1933Juventus Trapani
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Heinrich Schönfeld (born 3 August 1900) was an Austrian footballer.


Schönfeld made his professional debut as a goalkeeper in 1916 for Austrian team SpC Rudolfshügel, but was later converted into a striker. He moved to Sportclub Meran in 1921, and in 1923 moved to Italian side Torino, where he became the top scorer in the 1923-1924 Serie A, scoring 22 goals. He spent one season with Inter Milan, before returning to Austria in 1926 with Hakoah Vienna. He later spent time playing in the American Soccer League with Brooklyn Wanderers, Brooklyn Hakoah and New York Hakoah. He played in Italy between 1930 and 1933 for Juventus Trapani.

External links

  • (Italian) Profile at Inter Archive
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