Frank Vaughn

Frank Vaughn

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fullname = Frank J. Vaughn
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dateofbirth = birth date|1902|2|18
cityofbirth = St. Louis, Missouri
countryofbirth = United States
dateofdeath = death date and age|1959|7|9|1902|2|18
cityofdeath = St. Louis, Missouri
countryofdeath = United States
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position = Full Back
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clubs = Ben Millers
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Frank J. “Frankie” Vaughn "(also spelled Vaughan)" [ U.S. Soccer History - 1920] ] (February 18, 1902 in St. Louis, Missouri – July 9, 1959 in St. Louis, Missouri) was a U.S. soccer full back. He spent his entire career in St. Louis with the Ben Millers, was on the U.S. roster for the 1930 FIFA World Cup and is a member of the National Soccer Hall of Fame.

Professional career

Vaughn spent his professional career with Ben Millers in the St. Louis Soccer League during the 1920s and 1930s. However, he is not listed on the team’s roster for either its 1920 U.S. Open Cup championship or when it finished as runner-up in the 1926 Open Cup. [ [ U.S. Open Cup at RSSSF] ] In 1920, he was part of a St. Louis All Star team which toured Scandinavia.

National team

In 1920, Vaughn was called into the U.S. national team for the 1930 FIFA World Cup. While he did not play in any of the cup games, he did play in several exhibition matches during the U.S. team’s tour of South America following its elimination. These games were against club and regional, not national, teams so they do not count as full internationals. [ [ U.S. results at RSSSF] ] As a result, Vaughn never officially played for the U.S.

He was inducted into the St. Louis Soccer Hall of Fame in 1972 [ [ St.Louis Soccer Hall of Fame] ] and the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 1986.

External links

* [ National Soccer Hall of Fame profile]


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