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Eduard Schönecker
Austrian athlete

Eduard Schönecker

Eduard Schönecker
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Intro Austrian athlete
A.K.A. Erich Schönecker
Was Athlete Football player Association football player Architect
From Austria
Field Engineering Sports
Gender male
Birth 21 January 1885, Austria
Death 6 April 1964, Vienna (aged 79 years)
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Erich Eduard "Edi" Schönecker (January 21, 1885 – April 6, 1963) was an Austrian athlete, football (soccer) player, and architect. He competed at the 1908 Summer Olympics in London.


In the 100 metres event, Schönecker took fourth place in his first round heat and did not advance to the semifinals. He placed third in his preliminary heat of the 200 metres competition to be eliminated from that event as well. He played football for SK Rapid Wien and was able to win 1 cap for Austria. He is also well known for building sport stadiums. He designed the Stadium Pfarrwiese, which was the home of Rapid Wien until 1981. And he was responsible for the construction of the Hohe Warte Stadium, which is the home of Austrias oldest football club First Vienna FC. This stadium was the biggest in Europe at this time and is still in use.

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