Helmut Kofler

Helmut Kofler is a former U.S. soccer player and current coach who earned five caps with the U.S. national team in 1968.

Kofler was a product of the Blau-Weiss Gottschee Soccer Club in Queens, New York.[1] Kofler spent much of his career in the German American Soccer League.[2] Kofler earned his five caps with the U.S. national team in 1968. He earned his first cap on September 15, 1968 in a 3-3 tie with Israel. A month later, he played in a qualifier for the 1970 FIFA World Cup, a 4-2 loss to Canada. His last game with the national team was an October 23, 1968 loss to Haiti.[3] Today, Kofler coaches the GH Metros of New York’s Cosmopolitan Soccer League.[4]

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