Charlie Mathys
Date of birth: June 20, 1897
Place of birth: Green Bay, Wisconsin
Date of death: January, 1983
Career information
Position(s): QB, K
College: Indiana University
 As player:
Hammond Pros
Green Bay Packers
Playing stats at

Charles "Charlie" Mathys (June 20, 1897 - January, 1983) was an American football player, born in Green Bay, Wisconsin, who played running back for one season for the Hammond Pros and five seasons for the Green Bay Packers in the National Football League. He played college football at Ripon College and Indiana University. He is in both the Green bay Packer and the Indiana Hoosiers hall of fame. One of the things he is most remembered for is being the quarterback on the first Packer team to ever beat the Bears.(September 27, 1925) Charlie threw a last second touchdown pass to win the game 14-10. He was inducted into the Green Bay Packers Hall of Fame in 1977. He was inducted with Bart Starr. His Green Bay Packer hall of fame plaque is in his great grandsons possession. His family still has season tickets and they go to every game. Charlie was also a Quarterback and kicker for the Packers.


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