|Date of delivery||14 June 1896|
|Homeland||Ingå, Grand Duchy of Finland|
|Date of demise||19 October 1923(elderly 27)|
|Position of demise||Hamina, Finland|
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John Emil Österholm (14 June 1896 – 19 October 1923) used to be a Finnish footballer and army pilot. Österholm performed for HIFK Helsinki and earned 4 caps for the Finland nationwide soccer crew. Österholm scored his most effective world purpose in opposition to Estonia in Octorber 1920.
Within the 1918 Finnish Civil Conflict, Österholm fought for the White Guards. He took phase at the seize of the icebreaker Volynets and the Fight of Helsinki. After the conflict, Österholm went to an army profession and become a pilot in 1923. He died in October 1923 because the Finnish Air Power IVL A.22 Hansa floatplane crashed into the Gulf of Finland out of doors Hamina.