Piet de Wolf

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Piet de Wolf
Personal information
Full name Piet de Wolf
Date of birth 1921
Place of birth Rotterdam, South Holland, Netherlands
Date of death 14 November 2013 (aged 91)
Place of death Rotterdam, South Holland, Netherlands
Playing position Goalkeeper
Teams managed
Years Team
1952–1956 Feyenoord (assistant)
1956–1957 SC Emma
1957–1960 Feyenoord (assistant)
1955–1956 Feyenoord (caretaker)
1958–1959 Feyenoord (caretaker)
1960–1961 AZ Alkmaar
1964–1965 FC Zaanstreek
1965–1966 HVV Tubantia
1966–1968 SC Cambuur
1970–1972 Fortuna Vlaardingen

Piet de Wolf (1921–14 November 2013) was a Dutch football player, trainer and coach, who primarily played as a goalkeeper.[1]


Piet de Wolf died on 14 November 2013, aged 91, in his hometown of Rotterdam.[2] His funeral took place on 22 November.[3]