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William Ker (1852–1925) was a Scottish footballer, who played in the first ever international football match for Scotland against England in 1872. Ker also played for Scotland against England the following year. He played for Scottish amateur club Queen's Park. His younger brother, George Ker, was also a Scotland international footballer.

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  • William Ker (1852–1925) was a Scottish footballer, who played in the first ever international football match for Scotland against England in 1872. Ker also played for Scotland against England the following year. He played for Scottish amateur club Queen's Park. His younger brother, George Ker, was also a Scotland international footballer.
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  • Washington, D.C., United States
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  • Edinburgh, Scotland
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  • William Ker (1852–1925) was a Scottish footballer, who played in the first ever international football match for Scotland against England in 1872. Ker also played for Scotland against England the following year. He played for Scottish amateur club Queen's Park. His younger brother, George Ker, was also a Scotland international footballer. He was the son of the renowned physicist Rev John Kerr, discoverer of the Kerr effect and revised the spelling of his surname as a young man to Ker. He emigrated to Canada in 1873 and later lived in Pennsylvania, Washington and finally Washington DC, where he died.
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