Francisco Belauste – Wikipedia



Spanish footballer

Francisco Belauste
Complete identify Francisco Belausteguigoitia Landaluce
Date of delivery (1897-09-03)3 September 1897
Fatherland Bilbao, Biscay, Spain
Date of loss of life 26 April 1981(1981-04-26) (elderly 83)
Position of loss of life Madrid, Spain
Place(s) Midfielder
Years Workforce Apps (Gls)
1916–1918 Athletic Madrid
1918–1922 Athletic Bilbao
*Membership home league appearances and targets

Francisco Belausteguigoitia Landaluce (3 September 1897 – 26 April 1981), nicknamed Pacho and often referred to as Belauste III, used to be a Spanish footballer who performed as a midfielder.[1] His brothers, José María and Ramón, have been additionally footballers. His great-granddaughter, Bibiane Schulze, is also a footballer who represented the Athletic Membership girls’s group.[2]

Membership profession[edit]

Born to a rich circle of relatives that used to be local to Llodio, Ramón used to be the 9th of the twelve youngsters (8 males and 4 girls) of the wedding shaped via Federico and Dolores. In his circle of relatives there have been a number of soccer avid gamers corresponding to José María (1889), Santiago (1890) and Ramón (1891), who additionally performed for Athletic Bilbao.[3] He started his profession at Atlético Madrid, sooner than becoming a member of Athletic Bilbao in 1918. He performed along his brother, José María, in two Copa del Rey finals in 1920 and 1921, successful the latter after beating his former membership Atlético (4–1).[4]



Athletic Bilbao

North Regional Championship:

  • Champions (2): 1919–20 and 1920–21

Copa del Rey:



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