- Position: Defender
- Date of Birth: 12/15/1927
- Height: 0' 0"
- Weight: 0 lbs
- Caps: 17
- Goals: 1
A legend as a coach and a player, Harry Keough was part of multiple winning St. Louis clubs and played in the World Cup and two Olympics before becoming a five-time NCAA champion as coach of St. Louis University.
Though he only won 17 caps, he appeared in every game the United States played from 1949-1957.
He was inducted into the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 1976 and the National Soccer Coaches Association of America Hall of Fame in 1996. He passed away on February 7th, 2012.
1957: Got the only goal of his National Team career against Canada in a World Cup Qualifier on June 22nd. He would win his last cap in a Qualifier against Canada in his hometown of St. Louis on July 6th, playing in every game for the US since his debut in 1949..
1956: Member of US Olympic Team.
1954: Played in all Qualifiers for the 1954 World Cup.
1952: Member of US Olympic Team.
1950: Started all three games in the 1950 World Cup.
1949: Made his debut against Cuba in a World Cup Qualifier on Sept. 14th.
1960: US Amateur Cup winner with the St. Louis Kutis.
1959: US Amateur Cup winner with the St. Louis Kutis.
1958: US Amateur Cup winner with the St. Louis Kutis.
1957: Second US Open Cup win with the St. Louis Kutis and another US Amateur Cup win.
1956: Won US Amateur Cup with Kutis.
1954: US Open Cup winner with the St. Louis Kutis.
1952: Amateur Cup winner with the St. Louis Raiders.
1950: Played for the St. Louis McMahons.
1945: Member of the St. Louis Schumachers.
Youth and College: Though he never played college soccer, Keough was a legendary college coach at St. Louis University, winning five NCAA Division 1 titles from 1967-1982: 1967, 1969, 1970, 1972, and 1973.