William Townley, born in Blackburn 14 February 1866, died 30 May 1950 in Blackpool, England, was an English football player and coach. He scored the first hat-trick in the history of the FA Cup final, but his lasting legacy is defined as an important pioneer of the game in Germany, leading Karlsruher FV and SpVgg Fürth to three German championships, and as a journeyman coach on the continent.

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  • William Townley, born in Blackburn 14 February 1866, died 30 May 1950 in Blackpool, England, was an English football player and coach. He scored the first hat-trick in the history of the FA Cup final, but his lasting legacy is defined as an important pioneer of the game in Germany, leading Karlsruher FV and SpVgg Fürth to three German championships, and as a journeyman coach on the continent. (en)
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  • William Townley, born in Blackburn 14 February 1866, died 30 May 1950 in Blackpool, England, was an English football player and coach. He scored the first hat-trick in the history of the FA Cup final, but his lasting legacy is defined as an important pioneer of the game in Germany, leading Karlsruher FV and SpVgg Fürth to three German championships, and as a journeyman coach on the continent. (en)
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