Józef Klotz (2 January 1900–1941), born in Kraków, was a Polish footballer of Jewish origin, who scored the first-ever goal for the Poland national football team. He was connected with two clubs – Jutrzenka Kraków and Maccabi Warszawa (both teams were Jewish minority teams). He was murdered by the Nazis in 1941.
Career on the Poland national football team
- 14.5.1922 Kraków
- 28.5.1922 Stockholm
- Polish soccer (football) in interwar period
- List of select Jewish football (association; soccer) players
- ^ Andrzej Gowarzewski "FUJI Football Encyclopedia – History of the Polish National Team (1) – White and Red" ; GiA Katowice 1991
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