Andreas Trautmann

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Andreas Trautmann
Andreas Trautmann 1988.jpg
Andreas Trautmann in
Dynamo Dress (1988)
birthday May 21, 1959
place of birth DresdenGDR
size 184 cm
position Defender
Years station
1968-1971 BSG Empor Tobacco Dresden
1971-1972 FSV locomotive Dresden
1972-1977 SG Dynamo Dresden
Years station Games (goals) 1
1977-1990 SG / 1. FC Dynamo Dresden 267 (48)
1990 SC Fortuna Cologne 10 0(0)
1990-1991 1. FC Dynamo Dresden 3 0(0)
1992-1995 Dresdner SC at least 59 0(2)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1980-1984 DDR Olympia 18 (3)
1983-1989 GDR 14 (0)
1 Only league games are given.

Andreas Trautmann (born May 21, 1959 in Dresden ) is a former German soccer player who played for Dynamo Dresden between 1977 and 1991 in the GDR league . He was three times GDR champion and cup winner. In 1989 he was footballer of the year in the GDR . Trautmann is a 14-time GDR national player.

Athletic career

BSG, club and association stations

Trautmann began his football career at BSG Empor Tabak Dresden . He later moved to FSV Lok Dresden and was delegated from there in 1972 at the age of 13 to the Dresden soccer focus Dynamo Dresden. Trautmann, who has meanwhile trained as a machine system fitter, played his first league game as a left winger for the unfit Rainer Sachse on matchday 11 of the 1977/78 season, played on December 3, 1977, in the encounter between Dynamo Dresden and BFC Dynamo (1: 2) . This was followed by six more appearances as a substitute, with which he was ultimately involved in the Dresden championship.

In the following season 1978/79 he was already a regular player with 20 stakes as a midfielder. In the following years he was one of the most consistent actors and was spared from long-term injuries for the time being. On May 1, 1982 he won his second title by winning the GDR Cup . When he won after a 5-4 success on penalties against BFC Dynamo, he played in the position of pre-stopper . This ushered in the phase in which the 1.84 meter tall Trautmann continued his career as a defender. In 1984 and 1985 he added cup wins number two and three to his success statistics.

In 1986 he suffered a severe cruciate ligament injury , so that he could only complete 14 point games in the 1986/87 season. Contrary to expert predictions, he was able to continue his career after a six-month break and maintain his regular place in Dynamo defense. In the last two championship wins of Dynamo Dresden in 1988/89 and 1989/90 he was involved with 20 and 16 appearances. In 1989 he was voted football of the year by the sports editors of the GDR media.

In the 1990/91 season, there was a few-month break in Trautmann's Dynamo-commitment, as in the summer of 1990, he was together with his team-mates Döschner Matthias and Hans-Uwe Pilz for 513,000 DM to the SC Fortuna Köln in the 2. Bundesliga sold . After only ten appearances in the 2nd Bundesliga, Trautmann returned to Dynamo Dresden at the end of November 1990 together with Pilz, but without Döschner. There he completed another 134 minutes on three match days of the last independent season of East German first division football . Trautmann had played 270 point games and scored 48 championship goals within 14 seasons.

After Hans-Jürgen Dörner (392) and Reinhard Häfner (366), Trautmann has the third most league appearances of all Dynamo players. Of the 54 European Cup games played during this time , he played 41 games in which he scored seven goals. Among other things, he was in the furthest advance of the Dynamos in the European Cup, when the Dresdeners were only eliminated in the semifinals of the UEFA Cup competition in 1989 . Trautmann was in the team as a defender in both games against VfB Stuttgart (0: 1, 1: 1).

Although Dynamo Dresden had qualified for the 1991/92 Bundesliga season, Trautmann was no longer used. Rather, he was released in early 1992 when it became known that he had worked for the GDR State Security Service. Trautmann moved to Dresdner SC , where he played from 1992 to 1994 first in the amateur league and then finally in the fifth-class state league of Saxony . As a recreational footballer, he played for a few more months with the sixth-class district division VfL Pirna-Copitz until a knee injury finally ended his career as an active footballer in the spring of 1996.

Selection bets

In 1976 and 1977 Trautmann was part of the GDR junior national team, but only played the two games on October 10, 1976 (GDR - Poland 1-0) and on April 23, 1977 (GDR - Romania 0-0) with this team. A year later he was included in the squad of the youth team, with whom he played twelve international matches between 1978 and 1980.

At the age of 23, Trautmann made his first appearance in the senior national team . On February 10, 1983, he was used in the international match Tunisia - GDR (0-2) as a right midfielder. He played a total of 14 full international matches, but was only one of the regularly called up players in 1983 and again in the first half of 1989. His last international match was the World Cup qualifier GDR - Austria (1: 1) on May 20, 1989, in which he played in defense as usual at Dynamo.

Between March 1980 and February 1984 he was part of the GDR soccer team . In 1980 he was part of the team that won the silver medal in the Olympic football tournament in Moscow with a short run in the quarter-finals . With his teammates he was awarded the Patriotic Order of Merit in bronze in the same year . For the 1984 Olympic tournament, Trautmann played five qualifying games, but because of the GDR's Olympic boycott , he was unable to make it to the finals in Los Angeles .

Coaching career

After Trautmann returned to Dynamo Dresden for a short time as a talent scout in 2000, he coached the Saxon national league club VfL Pirna-Copitz from 2001 to 2011 . He then worked again at Dynamo Dresden, initially as the assistant coach of the U-17 juniors, since 2014 temporarily as a coach and since the beginning of the 2016/17 season as an assistant coach of the U-19 junior Bundesliga team and as a full-time coach Employees of the office and academy for young talents. He also organizes training camps and holiday camps for the "Dynamo Dresden Football School" for teams from all over Germany in the Weißig sports park.


Web links

Commons : Andreas Trautmann  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Manfred Binkowski: That's how it went with Pilz and Trautmann. In: fuwo - The new football week . November 19, 1990, page 5.
  2. ^ Matthias Arnhold: Andreas Trautmann - Matches and Goals in Oberliga . . July 17, 2012. Accessed February 10, 2020.
  3. ^ Matthias Arnhold: Andreas Trautmann - International Appearances . . October 31, 2004. Accessed February 10, 2020.
  4. ^ New Germany , August 22, 1980, page 4
  5. MOPO24 (Morgenpost) Ex-professionals strengthen the coaching staff of the junior academy ( memento from August 4, 2016 in the Internet Archive ) from June 7, 2016, viewed August 4, 2017
  6. - Sächsische Zeitung Stayed true to football from September 30, 2014, viewed August 4, 2016
  7. ^ SG Dresden-Weißig e. V. Dynamo Dresden Football School 2016 from July 20, 2016, viewed August 4, 2016