Fritz Tarp

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Fritz Albert Tarp (August 2, 1899 - January 9, 1958) was a Danish football player, who played 44 games for the Denmark national football team from 1918 to 1934, 26 of these as team captain. He was selected for the Danish team at the 1920 Summer Olympics, but spent the tournament as an unused reserve.

Born in Ringsted, Tarp played as a defender for Copenhagen clubs Hellerup IK and B 93. He was an elegant dribbler and effective tackler, and was one of the greatest personalities of all time in Danish football. At B 93, he played alongside Danish internationals Svend Jensen and Henry Nielsen.

He died at Frederiksberg Hospital on January 9, 1958, having lived in Copenhagen at his time of death.


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