François Gommers (5 April 1917; Anvers, Belgium – 20 April 1996) was a Belgian footballer. He was a defender for Beerschot VAC with whom he was twice Belgian Champion in 1938 and 1939. He was also a Belgium international in 1938, playing in two friendly matches. He finished his career in 1946, at Standard de Liège, and then rejoined his first club, where he coached the first team, from 1952-1953.

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  • François Gommers (5 April 1917; Anvers, Belgium – 20 April 1996) was a Belgian footballer. He was a defender for Beerschot VAC with whom he was twice Belgian Champion in 1938 and 1939. He was also a Belgium international in 1938, playing in two friendly matches. He finished his career in 1946, at Standard de Liège, and then rejoined his first club, where he coached the first team, from 1952-1953. (en)
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  • François Gommers (5 April 1917; Anvers, Belgium – 20 April 1996) was a Belgian footballer. He was a defender for Beerschot VAC with whom he was twice Belgian Champion in 1938 and 1939. He was also a Belgium international in 1938, playing in two friendly matches. He finished his career in 1946, at Standard de Liège, and then rejoined his first club, where he coached the first team, from 1952-1953. (en)
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