|This article does not cite any sources. (February 2014) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)|
|Full name||Luis Francisco Weihmüller|
|Date of birth||August 2, 1902|
|Place of birth||Villa María, Córdoba, Argentina|
|Date of death||1963|
|1923–1925||Belgrano de Córdoba|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Luis Weihmüller (1902–1963) was an Argentine footballer.
Weihmüller was born and lived his first years in San Carlos Centro, Argentina. He was born in 1902 (according to his family on the 5 August). He was the son of Swiss immigrants. As a child everyone called him "Sity".
The 1928 Olympics
Prior to the 1928 Olympics, Luis F. Weihmüller was summoned to join the Argentinian squad that had a number of players who would star two years later in the 1930 World Cup played in Uruguay. The strange thing was that, in those years, managers were not allowed in the rules to replace a player with another. Anyway, as a member of that squad, Weihmüller won a silver medal. In the Argentine squad, there were five other players from Sportivo Palermo, which was Weihmüller's current team: Paternoster, Zumelzu, Bidoglio, Herman, and Evaristo.
|This biographical article related to an Argentine association football defender is a stub. You can help Wikipedia by expanding it.|