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Rodolfo Kappenberger (6 October 1917 – 11 May 2012) was a Swiss international footballer. Kappenberger was born in Lugano. He played for SC Zug, FC Lugano and seven years for FC Basel. He also played six games for the Swiss national football team in which he scored five goals, two of them in the 2:1 away win on 1 February 1942 against Germany in the Praterstadion in Vienna. He died in Magliaso.

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  • Rodolfo Kappenberger (* 1917 in Lugano; † 11. Mai 2012 in Magliaso) war ein Schweizer Fussballspieler.
  • Rodolfo Kappenberger (6 October 1917 – 11 May 2012) was a Swiss international footballer. Kappenberger was born in Lugano. He played for SC Zug, FC Lugano and seven years for FC Basel. He also played six games for the Swiss national football team in which he scored five goals, two of them in the 2:1 away win on 1 February 1942 against Germany in the Praterstadion in Vienna. He died in Magliaso.
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  • Rodolfo Kappenberger (* 1917 in Lugano; † 11. Mai 2012 in Magliaso) war ein Schweizer Fussballspieler.
  • Rodolfo Kappenberger (6 October 1917 – 11 May 2012) was a Swiss international footballer. Kappenberger was born in Lugano. He played for SC Zug, FC Lugano and seven years for FC Basel. He also played six games for the Swiss national football team in which he scored five goals, two of them in the 2:1 away win on 1 February 1942 against Germany in the Praterstadion in Vienna. He died in Magliaso.
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