Camille Van Hoorden

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Camille Van Hoorden
Personal information
Full name Charles François Vanhoorde
Date of birth 15 february 1879
Place of birth Brussels, Belgium
Date of death 31 July 1919
Playing position Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1895–1896 Sporting Club de Bruxelles 1 (0)
1895–1896 Union F.C. d'Ixelles 2 (0)
1896–1914 Racing Club de Bruxelles 201 (16)
National team
1904–1912 Belgium 24 (4)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Charles Vanhoorde (15 february 1879 in Brussels – 31 July 1919 in Brussels) was a Belgian footballer and coach. He was part of the Belgian team (Université de Bruxelles), which won the bronze medal at the exhibition tournament at the Olympic Games in Paris in 1900.

He won 24 caps for the Belgian team between 1904 and 1912.[1] He was captain 11 times, and took part in the Belgium–France game of 1904, the first official game played by the two national teams.

Playing career[edit]

Total : 204 matches, 16 goals[2]

Honours as player[edit]

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