|birthday||November 21, 1930|
|place of birth||Ratibor , German Empire|
|date of death||November 12, 2012|
|SpVgg Ratibor 03|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|-1953||BSG unit Seelow|
|1953-1954||BSG Motor Altenburg||24 (17)|
|1954-1952||BSG Empor Lauter / SC Empor Rostock||174 (95)|
|1962-1967||BSG Stahl Eisenhüttenstadt||83 (38)|
|Stations as a trainer|
|-1968||BSG Stahl Eisenhüttenstadt (player trainer)|
|1968-1969||BSG Chemie Zeitz|
|1969-1973||BSG Motor Hennigsdorf|
|1 Only league games are given.|
Arthur Bialas (born November 21, 1930 in Racibórz ; † November 12, 2012 ) was a German football player and coach . In 1962 he was second in the league with SC Empor Rostock and thus runner-up in GDR football . Also in the transition round in 1955 , the Hanseatic League took second place. With 23 hits, the attacker was the top scorer in the top East German division in 1961/62 .
Association, BSG and club stations
Arthur Bialas, who was born in Upper Silesia in Germany at the time, played football for SpVgg Ratibor 03 as a youth . The striker won the district championship of Frankfurt (Oder) in 1953 with BSG Einheit Seelow and then narrowly missed promotion to the second-rate GDR league with his team .
1953/54 he played for the BSG Motor Altenburg in the league, before settling on the season along with his brother Franz Bialas in this period laid the Baltic Sea coast and the SC Empor Rostock assigned BSG Empor Lauter joined. By 1962 he scored 79 goals in 152 league games and another 22 hits in 16 games in the league.
His greatest sporting success was winning the runner-up in 1962 and winning the top scorer's crown (23 goals) in this three half-series game year. He was also in the final of the FDGB Cup three times with the Rostockers . Both 1955 and 1957 , there with a goal of their own, and in 1960 the Empor-Elf could not decide the finals for themselves. At the height of his sporting fame, Bialas moved to the GDR league for BSG Stahl Eisenhüttenstadt in the summer of 1962 , where he was initially a player-coach.
On April 16, 1961, he played his only international match for the GDR in a 2-0 draw in Budapest against Hungary . The game was part of qualifying for the 1962 World Cup in Chile . He was also used once in the B national team .
After ending his career as an active player due to a meniscus injury, he continued to work as a coach in Eisenhüttenstadt until 1968. Further stations were the BSG Chemie Zeitz and the BSG Motor Hennigsdorf .
- In the survey on GDR athletes in 1961, Arthur Bialas took second place behind series winner Täve Schur . The reason for this was the mass signature lists before every home game in the Ostseestadion .
- Because of his scoring danger in the penalty area, he was called an 8-meter striker .
- Günter Simon (overall editor): football informative . Sportverlag Berlin , Berlin 1986, ISBN 3-328-00130-1 .
- Andreas Baingo , Michael Horn: The History of the GDR Oberliga. Verlag Die Werkstatt, Göttingen 2003, ISBN 3-89533-428-6 .
- Arthur Bialas in the database of weltfussball.de
- Arthur Bialas in the database of fussballdaten.de
- Arthur Bialas in the database of the German Football Association
- Arthur Bialas in the database of National-Football-Teams.com (English)
- FC Hansa mourns Arthur Bialas. FC Hansa Rostock , November 15, 2012, accessed on February 11, 2020 .
- mostkowiszalency.fora.pl (Polish)
- Matthias Arnhold: Arthur Bialas - Matches and Goals in Oberliga . RSSSF.com . July 30, 2015. Accessed February 11, 2020.
- Matthias Arnhold: Arthur Bialas - International Appearances . RSSSF.com . July 16, 2015. Accessed February 11, 2020.
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||November 21, 1930|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Ratibor|
|DATE OF DEATH||November 12, 2012|