Edward Jan (or Ewald Oskar) Dytko (18 October 1914 – 13 June 1993) was a Polish soccer player, who, when his home country became Poland by Treaty of Versailles represented the no longer existing team of Dąb Katowice, also in 1935-39 he played in the Polish National Team. He was born in Zalenze (now a district of Katowice) and since early childhood played soccer. In 1931 he became a player of Dab, where he spent his all career. In 1936, his team was promoted to the Polish Soccer League, but due to Dąb's disqualification, the club was relegated in the middle of the 1937 season.

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  • Ewald Oskar Dytko, später Edward Jan Dytko, (* 18. Oktober 1914 in Zalenze, Deutsches Kaiserreich; † 13. Juni 1993 in Katowice) war ein polnischer Fußballspieler. (de)
  • Ewald Jan (ou Ewald Oskar) Dytko (né le 18 octobre 1914 à Zalenze (aujourd'hui polonais : Załęże un quartier de Katowice) en Allemagne (Silésie) et mort le 13 juin 1993 à Katowice en Pologne) était un joueur de football international polonais silésien, dont le poste était milieu de terrain. (fr)
  • Edward Jan (or Ewald Oskar) Dytko (18 October 1914 – 13 June 1993) was a Polish soccer player, who, when his home country became Poland by Treaty of Versailles represented the no longer existing team of Dąb Katowice, also in 1935-39 he played in the Polish National Team. He was born in Zalenze (now a district of Katowice) and since early childhood played soccer. In 1931 he became a player of Dab, where he spent his all career. In 1936, his team was promoted to the Polish Soccer League, but due to Dąb's disqualification, the club was relegated in the middle of the 1937 season. His national debut occurred on August 18, 1935 in Katowice, against Yugoslavia. Soon Dytko became a key midfield, participating in 25 games. He played in the 1936 Olympic Games in Berlin (in all four games of the Polish Team), also in a legendary World Cup Soccer 1938 game Poland - Brazil 5-6 (June 5, 1938, Strasbourg, France). On August 27, 1939, Dytko took part in the last (and one of the best) match of interwar Polish National Team - at Warsaw, vs. Hungary (4-2) Dytko is regarded as the co-author of the biggest successes of Polish soccer in the interwar period. During the Second World War, he signed the German nationality list (Volksliste) and in 1942 was drafted into the Wehrmacht. In 1944 he was captured by the U.S. Army and for a while was kept at a POW camp in Austria. After the war he returned to Silesia and his beloved team, representing Dab until 1950. Like many other inhabitants of Upper Silesia, he had problems with the communist government, which initially treated him as a traitor. He was cleared, but only after signing the declaration of loyalty to the Polish state. After 1950 he worked as a coach in several Silesian teams, but without major successes. He died in Katowice. (en)
  • Ewald Oskar Dytko, później używał imion Edward Jan (ur. 18 października 1914 w Załężu (obecna dzielnica Katowic), zm. 13 czerwca 1993 w Katowicach) – polski piłkarz, zawodnik Dębu Katowice i 1. FC Katowice, uczestnik IO 1936 oraz MŚ 1938. (pl)
  • Ewald Dytko foi um futebolista polonês. Ele competiu na Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1938, sediada na França, na qual a seleção de seu país terminou na 11º colocação dentre os 15 participantes. (pt)
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  • 1993-6-13
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  • Ewald Oskar Dytko, später Edward Jan Dytko, (* 18. Oktober 1914 in Zalenze, Deutsches Kaiserreich; † 13. Juni 1993 in Katowice) war ein polnischer Fußballspieler. (de)
  • Ewald Jan (ou Ewald Oskar) Dytko (né le 18 octobre 1914 à Zalenze (aujourd'hui polonais : Załęże un quartier de Katowice) en Allemagne (Silésie) et mort le 13 juin 1993 à Katowice en Pologne) était un joueur de football international polonais silésien, dont le poste était milieu de terrain. (fr)
  • Ewald Oskar Dytko, później używał imion Edward Jan (ur. 18 października 1914 w Załężu (obecna dzielnica Katowic), zm. 13 czerwca 1993 w Katowicach) – polski piłkarz, zawodnik Dębu Katowice i 1. FC Katowice, uczestnik IO 1936 oraz MŚ 1938. (pl)
  • Ewald Dytko foi um futebolista polonês. Ele competiu na Copa do Mundo FIFA de 1938, sediada na França, na qual a seleção de seu país terminou na 11º colocação dentre os 15 participantes. (pt)
  • Edward Jan (or Ewald Oskar) Dytko (18 October 1914 – 13 June 1993) was a Polish soccer player, who, when his home country became Poland by Treaty of Versailles represented the no longer existing team of Dąb Katowice, also in 1935-39 he played in the Polish National Team. He was born in Zalenze (now a district of Katowice) and since early childhood played soccer. In 1931 he became a player of Dab, where he spent his all career. In 1936, his team was promoted to the Polish Soccer League, but due to Dąb's disqualification, the club was relegated in the middle of the 1937 season. (en)
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