1952 in association football
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|Years in football (soccer):||1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955|
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|Years:||1949 1950 1951 1952 1953 1954 1955|
The following are the football (soccer) events of the year 1952 throughout the world.
- September 21 – East Germany plays its first ever international match, losing 3-0 to Poland in Warsaw.
Winners club national championship
- Albania: KS Dinamo Tirana
- Argentina: River Plate
- Austria: Rapid Vienna
- Belgium: RFC Liégeois
- Bulgaria: PFC CSKA Sofia
- Czechoslovakia: Sparta CKD Sokolovo
- Denmark: AB
- East Germany: ZSG Union Halle
- England: Manchester United F.C.
- Faroe Islands: KÍ Klaksvík
- Finland: KTP
- France: OGC Nice
- Greece: tournament not held
- Hungary: Budapest Honvéd FC
- Iceland: KR
- Ireland: St Patrick's Athletic F.C.
- Italy: Juventus F.C.
- Luxembourg: National Schifflange
- Netherlands: Willem II
- Northern Ireland: Glenavon F.C.
- Norway: FK Sparta Sarpsborg
- Poland: Ruch Chorzów
- Portugal: Sporting CP
- Romania: CCA Bucureşti
- Scotland: Hibernian F.C.
- Spain: FC Barcelona
- Sweden: IFK Norrköping
- Switzerland: Grasshopper Club Zürich
- West Germany: VfB Stuttgart
- USSR: FC Spartak Moscow
- Yugoslavia: Hajduk Split
- 1952 British Home Championship (October 6, 1951 – April 5, 1952)
- January 1 – Ítalo Estupiñán, Ecuadorian international footballer (died 2016)
- February 2 – Fernando Morena, Uruguayan international footballer
- February 8 – Marinho Chagas, Brazilian international footballer (died 2014)
- March 20 – Steve Whitworth, English footballer
- May 2 – Martin Haar, Dutch footballer and assistant-coach
- May 17 – Jorge Olguin, Argentine international footballer
- May 19 – Bert van Marwijk, Dutch footballer and coach
- May 22 – Waldemar Victorino, Uruguayan international footballer
- August 2 – Alain Giresse, French international footballer and coach
- August 3 – Osvaldo Ardiles, Argentinian international footballer and coach
- August 7 – Kees Kist, Dutch international footballer
- November 5 – Harry Schellekens, Dutch footballer
- November 17 – Roman Ogaza, Polish footballer
- November 25 – Gabriele Oriali, Italian international footballer
- December 15 – Allan Simonsen, Danish international footballer
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