John Fernley

The second president of the U.S. Football Association, serving in that position from 1915 to 1917.

Fernley was a delegate from Southern New England at the meeting at which the USFA was founded in 1913 and was elected as first vice president of the new organization. He then succeeded Gus Manning as president in 1915, and was president when the first U.S. national team was formed and went on a tour of Sweden and Norway in 1916.

Inducted in 1951.