Harry “Pup” Fleming

One of the officials of the Philadelphia Old-Timers Soccer Association who was instrumental in the founding of the National Soccer Hall of Fame in 1950.

Fleming was involved in the administration of the Hall of Fame until it was taken over by the U.S. Soccer Football Association in 1953.

Fleming, who was born in Scotland and came to the United States as a child, had earlier played for Sun Shipbuilding and Fairhill, two of Philadelphia’s leading amateur teams. Beginning in 1931, he was owner-manager of the Fairhill team, and served as an officer of the Allied and Pennsylvania leagues.

Inducted in 1967.