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Kurt Axelsson

Kurt Axelsson

Swedish footballer
The basics
Quick Facts
Intro Swedish footballer
Countries Sweden
Occupations Association football player
Gender male
Birth 10 November 1941 (Sweden, Union between Sweden and Norway)
Death 15 December 1984 (Sweden, Union between Sweden and Norway)
The details

Kurt Axelsson (10 November 1941 – 15 December 1984) was a Swedish footballer.

Club career

Axelsson played for Rännbergs IK, IFK Sunne and IK Sleipner before making his top flight debut in Allsvenskan 1964, with GAIS. He was a great defender for the Gothenburg club and played 71 games for them. In 1967, he turned professional with Club Brugge K.V. in Belgium, where in 6 seasons, he played 153 games and scored 4 goals for the club. He then played for A.S.V. Oostende K.M. (1973–76) and was a player-trainer for K.V. Kortrijk.

National team

Axelsson was capped 30 times between 1966 and 1971 for the Swedish national team and was a member of the team in the 1970 FIFA World Cup.

Personal life

Kurt Axelsson died 1984 in a car accident, aged only 43.

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