Keith Fisher 2004 Hall Of Fame
Keith Fisher

Keith Fisher

1942 -

Sports Club United

Born April 23, 1942 in Liverpool, England. Keith started playing in 1951 for Maidford Road School in Liverpool and in 1953 joined the Speke Boyís Club where he was selected to the cityís schoolboys team. In 1959 he played with the Industrial Team in Liverpool that won the Charity Shield Cup. In 1965 Keith and his family moved to the United States where upon arrival, like many before him, joined A.C. Germania. Keith moved to Sports Club United in 1967 where his team won a number of awards including the Daynes Challenge Cup in 1968 and 1969, the State Championship in 1970 and 1971, the 1970 Rocky Mountain Championship. He was selected to the Associationís State All-Star Team between 1967-1975 and won the Associationís Most Valuable Player award in 1971. Keith ended his playing career with S.C. Alemannia from 1974-1978. He also was part of Utahís first professional soccer team in 1976, the ASL Utah Golden Spikers. Keith had a coaching stint with the club teams from the University of Utah and Westminster College, as well as refereeing in the Association, Youth Association and Collegiate games. He also spent several years coaching youth teams, including the 1991 Sparta United U-16 State Champions.

Keith Fisher 2004 Hall Of Fame
2004 Hall Of Fame
Keith Fisher
Keith Fisher

Keith Fisher

1942 -

Sports Club United

Born April 23, 1942 in Liverpool, England. Keith started playing in 1951 for Maidford Road School in Liverpool and in 1953 joined the Speke Boyís Club where he was selected to the cityís schoolboys team. In 1959 he played with the Industrial Team in Liverpool that won the Charity Shield Cup. In 1965 Keith and his family moved to the United States where upon arrival, like many before him, joined A.C. Germania. Keith moved to Sports Club United in 1967 where his team won a number of awards including the Daynes Challenge Cup in 1968 and 1969, the State Championship in 1970 and 1971, the 1970 Rocky Mountain Championship. He was selected to the Associationís State All-Star Team between 1967-1975 and won the Associationís Most Valuable Player award in 1971. Keith ended his playing career with S.C. Alemannia from 1974-1978. He also was part of Utahís first professional soccer team in 1976, the ASL Utah Golden Spikers. Keith had a coaching stint with the club teams from the University of Utah and Westminster College, as well as refereeing in the Association, Youth Association and Collegiate games. He also spent several years coaching youth teams, including the 1991 Sparta United U-16 State Champions.

2004 Hall Of Fame
Keith Fisher





Utah Soccer Association4476 S. Century Drive, Suite B Salt Lake City, UT 84123(801)263-8166


Utah Soccer Association4476 S. Century Drive, Suite B Salt Lake City, UT 84123(801)263-8166