Canada Soccer Hall of Fame
|Date of death:||1969-02-16|
Canada Soccer Past President
Canada Soccer Life Member (†)
Hall of Fame honoured member
born 1882... moved to Canada in 1925... was owner of a steel and fabricating plant in Hamilton, ON... said Arnold upon declining nomination at the 1958 OFA annual meeting, “no man was more attacked or belittled than I was and I just couldn’t for another 12 months”... he had been living in Burlington, ON up until the time of his death in 1969...
served as secretary of Hamilton City FC... served as president of the National Soccer League (he was either president or vice president between 1934 and 1941)... served as president of the Ontario Soccer Association, then known as the Ontario Football Association (1951-57)... served as a vice president of the Canadian Soccer Association (1953-57), then known as the Football Association of Canada... served as the 19th president of the Canadian Soccer Association (1957), then known as the Football Association of Canada...
|2008||Honoured Member (Pioneer)||The Soccer Hall of Fame|
|1962||Life Member (†)||Canada Soccer Life Member|