Josef Bican Height, Weight, Net Worth, Age, Birthday, Wikipedia, Who, Nationality, Biography

Josef “Pepi” Bican was an Austrian-Czech expert football player who played as a striker. As per Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation, he is the most productive goalscorer in the written history with more than 805 objectives scored in no less than 530 authority matches and an aggregate of 1468 objectives including friendlies. The count of 805 objectives is perceived by FIFA.

He began playing football from the adolescent area of Hertha Vienna II in 1923. He additionally played for the adolescent areas of Schustek and Farbenlutz. He started his expert vocation at Rapid Vienna in 1931. Following four years in Rapid, he moved to nearby adversaries Admira Wien in 1935. In 1937, he then, at that point moved to Slavia Praha where he played until 1948 and turned into the club’s unequaled top goalscorer. He, later on, played for FC Vitkovice, FC Hradec Kralove, and Dynamo Prague, resigning in 1955 as the unequaled top goalscorer in the Czechoslovak First League with 447 objectives.

Celebrated Name Josef Bican
Age 107 Years
Nick Name Pepi
Birth Name Josef Bican
Birth Date 1913-09-25
Gender Male
Profession Footballer
Nationality Austrian/Czechoslovaka
Birth Nation Austria-Hungary
Place Of Birth Vienna, Austria-Hungary
Horoscope Libra
School John Amos Comenius
Career Start 1923
Awards IFFHS Golden Ball in recognition of his status as the greatest goalscorer of the 20th century.
Father Frantisek Bican
Mother Ludmila Bican
Brothers Vilem Bican and Frantisek Bican
Marital Status Married
Wife Jarmila Bicanova
Height 5 ft. 7 inches
Weight 77kg
Body Type Athletic
Eye Color Blue
Hair Color Blonde
Sexual Orientation Straight
Position Striker
Death Date 2001-12-01

On the global level, he has addressed Austrian, Czechoslovakia, and Bohemia and Moravia public groups. He was an individual from the Austrian Wunderteam of the 1930s and addressed the country at the 1934 FIFA World Cup, where they arrived at the semi-finals. He later changed faithfulness to the Czechoslovakia public football crew, however an administrative mistake identified with his exchange of public group blocked him from playing in the 1938 FIFA World Cup. Altogether, he scored 29 objectives in 34 global counterparts for 3 groups (Austrian, Czechoslovakia, and Bohemia and Moravia).

Record-breaking top goalscorer in the Czechoslovak First League with 447 objectives.

Being the world’s best top division goalscorer ever.

IFFHS Golden Ball in acknowledgment of his status as the best goalscorer of the twentieth century.

Josef Bican was born on 25 September 1913. His origination is Vienna, Austria-Hungary. He was one of the three offspring of Frantisek and Ludmila Bican where he grew up with his brother Vilem Bican and Frantisek Bican. His dad Frantisek was from Sedlice in Southern Bohemia, and his mom Ludmila was Viennese Czech. His dad was a footballer who played for Hertha Vienna and battled in World War I and returned healthy. Nonetheless, in 1921, his dad dies at the period of only 30 since he declined an activity to treat a kidney injury supported in a football match. His mom worked in a café kitchen. He holds both Austrian and Czechoslovakian identity. His horoscope sign is Libra.

He began playing football from the young area of Hertha Vienna II in 1923.

He likewise played for the adolescent areas of Schustek and Farbenlutz.

He started his expert profession at Rapid Vienna in 1931, where he got 150 shillings, however, by the age of 20, Rapid needed to keep him such a lot of that they paid him 600 shillings. From 1931-1935 he showed up and scored 78 objectives for the club.

Following four years in Rapid, he moved to neighborhood rivals Admira Wien in 1935, where he showed up and scored 17 objectives for the group.

Josef Bican was granted the “Brilliant Ball” in acknowledgment of his status as the best goalscorer of the twentieth century by IFFHS in 2000.

In 1937, he then, at that point moved to Slavia Praha where he played until 1948 and turned into the club’s record-breaking top goalscorer. From 1937-1948, he showed up and scored 602 objectives for the group.

In 1949, he moved to FC Vitkovice and played until 1951, where he showed up and scored 74 objectives for the group.

In 1952, he moved to FC Hradec Kralove. On 1 May 1953, the Communist Party drove him away from the city and, thusly, the club. There he showed up and scored 19 objectives for the group.

In 1953, in the wake of being driven out, he got back to Slavia Prague, or, as it was known then, at that point, Dynamo Prague, and played until 1955, where he showed up and scored 22 objectives for the group.

In 1955 at 42 years old, he at last resigned from playing football. He was the most established part in the alliance around then.

He has addressed Austrian, Czechoslovakia, and Bohemia and Moravia public groups.

On 29 November 1933, matured 20 years and 64 days, he made his presentation for Austria in a 2-2 draw against Scotland.

He was likewise an individual from the Austrian Wunderteam of the 1930s and addressed the country at the 1934 FIFA World Cup, where they arrived at the semi-finals.

At the time he was playing for Slavia Prague, he applied for Czechoslovak citizenship.

At the point when he at last changed devotion to the Czechoslovakia public football crew, however an administrative blunder identified with his exchange of public group blocked him from playing in the 1938 FIFA World Cup.

On 4 September 1949, his last public group appearance was for Czechoslovakia in a 3-1 loss against Bulgaria.

Altogether, he scored 29 objectives in 34 global counterparts for 3 groups (Austrian, Czechoslovakia, and Bohemia and Moravia).

After his retirement from playing, he turned into a chief and trained different groups from 1954 to 1977. He dealt with the groups like Salvia Prague, TJ Slovan Liberec, Spartak Brno ZJS, TJ Banik Pribram, and so forth Throughout the spring of 1968, he was informed that he would be permitted to have a training position abroad. He intrigued the Belgian group Tongeren and they recruited him as a mentor, where he had some achievement taking them from Division 4 to Division 2. In 1998, he was given a “Decoration of Honor” by the (IFFHS) for being among the world’s best top division goalscorers ever. In 2000, the IFFHS granted him the “Brilliant Ball” in acknowledgment of his status as the best goalscorer of the twentieth century.

Josef Bican was a hitched man. He got hitched to Jarmila Bicanova. A few lacks any youngsters.

Josef Bican remains at a stature of 1.74m for example 5 feet and 7 inches tall. He has an athletic body construct. He has a bodyweight of 77kg. His eye tone is blue and his hair tone is blonde. His sexual direction is straight.

Josef Bican spent the most recent couple of months of his life in clinic with heart issues. He had wanted to be home for Christmas, yet died under about fourteen days before that, at 88 years old. In September 2013, which would have been his 100th birthday celebration, Slavia Prague remembered him by wearing shirts that highlighted a copy of his mark on them.