Eberhard Herz

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Eberhard Herz was a German-American soccer player who earned one cap with the U.S. national team in a 3-3 World Cup qualification tie with Mexico on November 11, 1960.[1]

In 1953, Herz played a half season for TSV 1860 München before immigrating to New York in 1954. There, he played for S.C. Eintracht of the German-American Soccer League, winning the 1955 National Challenge Cup over the Los Angeles Danish Americans.[2] Herz later played for the Los Angeles Kickers, scoring in the 1960 National Challenge Cup final loss to the New York Ukrainian Nationals.[3]