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Pauli Jørgensen

(far left)
Personal information
Full nameEtvin Pauli Carl Jørgensen
Playing positionCentre forward

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Pauli Jørgensen (December 4, 1905 in Frederiksberg October 30, 1993) was a Danish national and international football centre forward and club manager. He was the most capped player for the Danish national team for 22 years (1939 1961).

Jørgensen played 283 matches for Boldklubben Frem between 1924 and 1942 and became Danish champion with Frem in 1931, 1933, 1936, and 1941. In the 1936-37 season he topped the score table with 19 goals. He won the Danish championship as a manager for Frem in 1944. He played 47 international matches for Denmark, including 12 as captain and scored 44 goals between 1925 and 1939. Furthermore Jørgensen played around 75 matches for the Copenhagen representative team Stævnet.

Pauli Jørgensen was honoured as the Danish football player who had meant the most for the game of football in Denmark during the first 50 years of Dansk Boldspil Union (DBU). In his eighties he made the Guinness book of records as the oldest active football player in Denmark.

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