List of Jewish footballers

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The following is a list of Jewish footballers, organised by nationality.

Name Nationality Date of birth Date of death Position Years active International caps International goals References
Bender, Alan  Argentina 1986 Living FW 2005–2014 [1]
Brailovsky, Daniel  Argentina 1958 Living MF 1976–1988 3 0 [2]
Licht, Lucas Matías  Argentina 1981 Living DF 1999– 0 0 [3]
Mociulsky, Federico  Argentina 1989 Living MF 2007– 0 0 [4]
Nicolaievsky, Diego  Argentina 1993 Living MF 2014– 0 0 [5]
Pekerman, José  Argentina 1949 Living MF 1970–1977 0 0 [6]
Rotman, Jaime José  Argentina GK c. 1932–1944 0 0 [7]
Samuel, Walter  Argentina 1978 Living DF 1999– 53 5 [8]
Scliar, Isaac  Argentina FW c. 1939–1951 0 0 [7]
Sorín, Juan Pablo  Argentina 1976 Living MF 1994–2009 76 12 [9]
Strembel, León  Argentina MF c. 1939–1956 5 0 [7]
Sued, Ezra  Argentina 1923 2011 FW c. 1943–1954 6 2 [7][10]
Wergifker, Aaron  Argentina 1915 Living DF c. 1932–1946 4 0 [7]
Rozental, Sebastián  Chile 1976 Living FW 1992–2008 27 2 [11]
Kale, Tvrtko  Croatia 1974 Living GK 1994– 0 0 [12]
Metchick, Dave  England 1943 Living MF 1961–1975 0 0 [13]
Pleat, David  England 1945 Living MF 1961–1971 0 0 [14][15]
Silkman, Barry  England 1952 Living MF 1974–1986 0 0 [16][17]
Porokara, Roni  Finland 1983 Living MF 2003– 11 2 [18]
Rotenberg, Boris  Finland 1986 Living DF 2001– 0 0 [19]`
Haddad, Rudy  France 1985 Living MF 2004– 0 0 [20]
Fuchs, Gottfried  Germany 1889 1972 FW 1911–1913 6 14 [21]
Hirsch, Julius  Germany 1892 1945 MF 1911–1913 7 4 [22]
Eisenhoffer, József  Hungary 1900 1945 FW c. 1917–1941 8 7 [23]
Fischer, Lajos  Hungary 1902 1978 GK c. 1920–1931 9 0 [24]
Grosz, Deszö  Hungary 1898 1975 DF c. 1920–1931 2 0 [25]
Dyula, Biro  Hungary 1890 1961 MF c. 1905–1916 36 3 [26]
Kertész, Adolf  Hungary 1892 1920 DF c. 1910–1920 11 0 [27]
Geller, Sandor  Hungary 1925 1996 DF 1945–1956 8 0 [26]
Kertész, Gyula  Hungary 1888 1982 MF c. 1908–1928 1 0 [28]
Kertész, Vilmos  Hungary 1890 1962 MF c. 1908–1924 47 11 [29]
Nemes, Sandor  Hungary 1899 1977 FW 1916–1933 3 0 [30]
Sas, Ferenc  Hungary 1915 1988 FW 1934–1948 17 2 [30]
Nickolsburger, Rudolph  Hungary 1899 1969 MF c. 1920–1932 2 0 [31]
Sas, Ferenc  Hungary 1915 1988 MF 1936–1938 17 2 [8]
Schaffer, Alfréd  Hungary 1893 1945 FW c. 1910–1925 15 17 [32]
Sebestyén, Béla  Hungary 1885 1959 MF c. 1905–1915 24 2 [33]
Szendrő, Oszkár  Hungary 1889 1947 DF c. 1900–1920 13 0 [34]
Taussig, Imre  Hungary 1894 1945 MF c. 1910–1920 5 1 [35]
Vágó, Antal  Hungary 1891 1944 MF c. 1910–1930 17 0 [36]
Fogl, Jószef  Hungary 1897 1971 DF c. 1910–1931 [37]
Fogl, Karl  Hungary 1895 1969 DF c. 1910–1930 [38]
Weisz, Árpád  Hungary 1896 1944 c. 1922–1926 7 0 [39]
Weisz, Ferenc  Hungary 1885 1943 FW c. 1900–1920 17 3 [40]
Bookman, Louis Ireland Ireland 1890 1943 FW 1914–1921 4 0 [41]
Aouate, Dudu  Israel 1977 Living GK 1995– 45 0 [42]
Atar, Reuven  Israel 1969 Living MF 1986–2003 32 3 [43]
Balili, Pini  Israel 1979 Living FW 1996– 29 7 [44]
Banin, Tal  Israel 1971 Living MF 1987–2006 80 12 [45]
Barda, Elyaniv  Israel 1981 Living MF 1998– 19 9 [46]
Beit haLevi, Jerry  Israel 1912 1997 FW 1927–1945 1 0 [47]
Benado, Arik  Israel 1973 Living DF 1991–2012 95 0 [48]
Benayoun, Yossi  Israel 1980 Living MF 1997– 75 19 [49]
Davidovich, Nir  Israel 1976 Living GK 1994– 50 0 [50]
Baruch, Dego  Israel 1981 Living MF 1997– 2 0 [51]
Driks, Eli  Israel 1964 Living FW 1981–2000 27 4 [52]
Fuchs, Eli  Israel 1924 1992 MF c. 1944–1955 9 0 [53]
Gershon, Shimon  Israel 1977 Living DF 1996– 50 4 [54]
Glazer, Yehoshua  Israel 1927 Living FW 1944–1966 35 18 [55]
Harazi, Alon  Israel 1971 Living DF 1989– 89 2 [56]
Hodorov, Ya'akov  Israel 1927 2006 GK 1942–1966 31 0 [57]
Katan, Yaniv  Israel 1981 Living FW 1998– 31 5 [58]
Keisi, Adoram  Israel 1972 Living DF 1990–2007 55 4 [59]
Klinger, Nir  Israel 1966 Living DF 1984–1998 83 2 [60]
Malmilian, Uri  Israel 1957 Living MF 1973–1993 62 16 [61]
Mizrahi, Alon  Israel 1971 Living FW 1988–2005 38 17 [62]
Nimni, Avi  Israel 1972 Living MF 1990–2008 80 17 [63]
Ohana, Eli  Israel 1964 Living MF 1980–1999 50 17 [64]
Ran, Avi  Israel 1963 1987 GK 1981–1987 9 0 [65]
Revivo, Haim  Israel 1972 Living MF 1990–2004 67 15 [66]
Romano, Moshe  Israel 1946 Living FW c. 1965–1982 12 5 [67]
Stelmach, Nahum  Israel 1936 1999 FW 1951–1970 53 22 [68]
Tabak, Benny  Israel 1957 Living FW 1972–1994 12 5 [69]
Tal, Idan  Israel 1975 Living MF 1994– 69 5 [70]
Vollach, Yochanan  Israel 1945 Living DF 1962–1990 12 1 [71]
Zandberg, Michael  Israel 1980 Living MF 1998– 20 4 [72]
Zohar, Itzik  Israel 1970 Living MF 1987–2005 31 9 [73]
Muller, Bennie  Netherlands 1938 Living MF 1958–1970 43 2 [74]
Ridder, Daniël de  Netherlands 1984 Living MF 2004– 0 0 [75]
Roeg, Johnny  Netherlands 1910 2003 FW 1934–1936 0 0 [74]
Swart, Sjaak  Netherlands 1938 Living FW 1956–1973 31 10 [74]
Geller, Raul  Peru 1936 Living MF c. 1956–1971 0 0 [76]
Gintel, Ludwik  Poland 1899 1973 FW 1911–1930 12 0 [26]
Sperling, Leon  Poland 1900 1941 MF 1914–1934 16 2 [77]
Steuermann, Zygmunt  Poland 1899 1941 FW 1920–1941 2 4 [citation needed]
Ehrlich, Yakov  Russia 1988 Living FW 2006– 0 0 [19]
Furman, Dean  South Africa 1988 Living MF 2006– 5 0 [78]
Werzer, Rudolf  Romania 1901 1993 FW 1920–1937 17 13 [26]
Altman, Semyon  Soviet Union 1946 Living GK 1965–1965 0 0 [79]
Buryak, Leonid  Soviet Union 1953 Living MF 1963–1971 49 8 [80]
Dubinski, Eduard  Soviet Union 1935 1969 DF 1954–1968 12 0 [79]
Gershkovich, Mikhail  Soviet Union 1948 Living FW 1966–1979 10 3 [79]
Golodets, Adans  Soviet Union 1934 Living FW 1954–1964 0 0 [79]
Kanevskiy, Viktor  Soviet Union 1933 2006 FW 1946–1959 2 0 [79]
Krizhevsky, Konstantin  Soviet Union 1926 2000 DF 1946–1961 14 0 [81]
Murdik, Eduard  Soviet Union 1939 Living DF 1957–1969 8 1 [81]
Razinsky, Boris  Soviet Union 1933 2012 GK 1947–1973 3 0 [82]
Urin, Valeri  Soviet Union 1936 Living FW 1953–1966 5 0 [79]
Kaplun, Viktor  Soviet Union 1958 Living DF 1976–1984 1 0 [79]
Yakushkin, Mikhail  Soviet Union 1910 1998 DF 1928–1944 0 0 [81]
Oberemko, Andriy  Ukraine 1984 Living MF 2004– 0 0 [83]
Voronin, Andriy  Ukraine 1979 Living MF 1997–2013 74 8 [84]
Adeleye, Ryan  United States 1987 Living DF 2005– 0 0 [85]
Agoos, Jeff  United States 1968 Living DF 1991–2005 134 4 [86]
Allnut, Yari  United States 1970 Living MF 1993–2004 5 2 [87]
Beckerman, Kyle  United States 1982 Living MF 2007- 37 1 [88][89]
Bornstein, Jonathan  United States 1984 Living DF 2007– 24 2 [90]
Calichman, Dan  United States 1968 Living DF 1991–2001 3 0 [91]
Feilhaber, Benny  United States 1985 Living MF 2005– 28 2 [92]
Hamel, Eddy  United States 1902 1943 MF 1922–1930 [93]
Messing, Shep  United States 1949 Living GK 1973–1987 0 0 [94]
Steres, Daniel  United States 1990 Living DF 2011- 0 0 [95]
Weiss, Nate  United States 1987 Living MF 2008– [96]
Whalen, Sara  United States 1976 Living MF 1997–2002 [97]
MacMath, Zac  United States 1991 Living GK 2011– 0 0 [98]
Jacobson, Joe  Wales 1986 Living DF 2006– 0 0 [16][17]

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