Nol van der Vin

Arnold van der Vin
Personal information
Full name Arnold van der Vin
Place of birth Semarang, Indonesia
Height 1.83 m (6 ft 0 in)
Playing position Goalkeeper
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1939-1948 Excelsior Surabaya
1948-1954 Persija Jakarta
1954-1955 Fortuna 54
1955-1956 PSMS Medan
1956-1961 Penang FA
National team

* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Arnold van der Vin was an Indonesian footballer. He was born in Semarang, Indonesia. Nicknamed Nol, he was a tall goalkeeper who played several times for the Indonesia national football team. He was the second player (after Mo Heng Tan to play in goal for newly independent, Indonesia. He made his unofficial debut for Indonesia in a match against South China AA of Hong Kong on July 27, 1952.

In 1955, he earned a transfer to Fortuna 54, to replace the injured Frans de Munck, then the goalkeeper of Netherlands national football team. The next year, he returned to play for PSMS Medan.


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