George Healy

President of the United States Football Association from 1919 to 1923.

Healy, who had played soccer as a schoolboy in England and later in Detroit, moved up steadily through the administrative ranks in the early years of American soccer. In 1905, he became president of the Detroit league, which he had organized several years earlier. From 1913 to 1919, he was president of the Michigan state soccer association, which he also had organized. In 1916, he became a vice president of the U.S. Football Association, and served in that position for four years before becoming the USFA’s fourth president in 1919.

Inducted in 1951.