GDR football league 1974/75
|GDR football league 1974/75|
|master||1. FC Magdeburg|
|European Cup of
|1. FC Magdeburg|
FC Carl Zeiss Jena
SG Dynamo Dresden
|Cup winners||BSG Sachsenring Zwickau|
Cup Winners' Cup
|BSG Sachsenring Zwickau|
FC Hansa Rostock
ASG Forward Stralsund
|Gates||514 (ø 2.82 per game)|
|spectator||2,209,800 (ø 12,142 per game)|
Manfred Vogel ,
( Hallescher FC Chemie )
|← GDR football league 1973/74|
The GDR Oberliga 1974/75 was the 26th edition of the top division of the GDR . The championship was won for the third time by 1. FC Magdeburg , which defended its title from the previous year. The season began on August 24, 1974 and ended on May 24, 1975.
Once again, the first three places between the teams from Magdeburg, Jena and Dresden were identified. This time the placements of these three were exactly the same as the previous season, with which Magdeburg defended its championship title (Vorwärts Berlin last succeeded in 1966), Jena was runner-up for the third time in a row and Dresden came third in at least the international competition. The championship was decided on the penultimate game day in a direct duel between Magdeburg and Jena in the sold-out Ernst-Grube-Stadion when the two drew 1-1. Fourth went to BFC Dynamo, which was on the threshold of its successful era (it was not until 1991 that the team was worse than fourth).
The decision about the second relegated was exciting. Forward Stralsund was practically on the 23rd match day as a relegated team. For the army footballers it was the last season in the top division. In front of that were Hansa Rostock and Wismut Aue. On the penultimate game day, the two met in Rostock and Hansa pushed their way to the non-relegation zone with a 4-0 win over Wismut. Accordingly, Rostock was the favorite on the last day of the game, especially since they faced the other relegated Stralsund, while Aue played against Erfurt. But since Erfurt lost in Aue and Stralsund fought 1-1, Rostock rose from the league for the second time.
Stahl Riesa caused a positive surprise. The climber from 1973 took sixth place and thus achieved the best placement in his senior league membership.
For the referee Robert Pischke , a penalty whistle is undoing. In the game Dresden against BFC on matchday six (both teams had a bad start to the season) he gave Dresden a penalty shortly before the end. Dresden won 3-2 in the end and Pischke was never again scheduled to play in the major league.
|1.||1. FC Magdeburg (M)||26th||17th||7th||2||57:28||+29||41:11|
|2.||FC Carl Zeiss Jena (P)||26th||17th||4th||5||42:23||+19||38:14|
|3.||SG Dynamo Dresden||26th||12||8th||6th||42:30||+12||32:20|
|4th||Berlin FC Dynamo||26th||10||10||6th||47:29||+18||30:22|
|5.||FC Forward Frankfurt||26th||8th||10||8th||37:31||+6||26:26|
|6th||BSG Stahl Riesa||26th||11||4th||11||34:42||−8||26:26|
|7th||BSG Sachsenring Zwickau||26th||9||7th||10||42:39||+3||25:27|
|8th.||1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig||26th||9||6th||11||37:39||−2||24:28|
|9.||FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt||26th||9||5||12||37:42||−5||23:29|
|11.||Hallescher FC Chemie (N)||26th||5||11||10||37:49||−12||21:31|
|12.||BSG Wismut Aue||26th||7th||7th||12||24:43||−19||21:31|
|13.||FC Hansa Rostock||26th||7th||6th||13||29:35||−6||20:32|
|14th||ASG forward Stralsund (N)||26th||4th||7th||15th||21:46||−25||15:37|
|(M)||Last season champions|
|(P)||Cup winner last season|
|(N)||Promoted last season|
|Newcomers from the GDR league 1974/75 : BSG Chemie Leipzig , BSG Energie Cottbus|
The cross table shows the results of all games this season. The home team is listed in the left column and the visiting team in the top row.
|1.||1. FC Magdeburg||1: 1||3-0||1: 1||1-0||1-0||2: 1||3: 1||4-0||5: 3||2-0||4: 2||2-0||3: 1|
|2.||FC Carl Zeiss Jena||3: 1||3: 1||3: 2||0: 1||2: 1||1-0||2: 1||1-0||3-0||3: 2||2-0||3-0||3-0|
|3.||SG Dynamo Dresden||1: 1||4-0||3: 2||2-0||2-0||0-0||2: 1||1-0||4: 1||1: 1||5-0||1-0||1-0|
|4th||Berlin FC Dynamo||2: 2||1: 1||1: 1||2: 2||3-0||1-0||3: 1||2-0||0-0||8-0||6-0||0-0||2-0|
|5.||FC Forward Frankfurt||0-0||0-0||2: 3||5: 2||3-0||3: 1||1: 1||1: 2||2: 2||1: 2||1-0||2: 1||5-0|
|6th||BSG Stahl Riesa||3: 1||2-0||2: 2||0: 2||2-0||4: 2||1-0||1: 1||2: 1||2: 1||4: 1||1-0||2: 1|
|7th||BSG Sachsenring Zwickau||2: 5||2-0||1: 1||2-0||0-0||6: 3||1: 1||2-0||1: 1||1: 1||4: 1||2: 1||4-0|
|8th.||1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig||0: 3||0-0||1: 2||3: 1||4: 5||2: 1||1-0||4: 1||1-0||5: 3||0: 1||3: 1||3: 2|
|9.||FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt||2: 3||1: 2||1: 1||2-0||1: 1||1-0||1: 1||4: 1||3-0||4: 3||2-0||3: 2||4-0|
|10.||FC Karl-Marx-Stadt||1: 1||3: 1||3: 2||1: 1||0-0||0: 1||0: 2||2: 1||3-0||1: 1||0-0||2: 1||2-0|
|11.||Hallescher FC Chemie||1: 3||0: 2||0-0||1: 1||0-0||7: 1||2: 1||0: 2||2: 2||3: 1||1: 1||1: 1||1: 1|
|12.||BSG Wismut Aue||0: 1||0: 1||3-0||0-0||2: 1||0-0||5: 3||0-0||2: 1||2-0||2-0||1: 1||0-0|
|13.||FC Hansa Rostock||2: 3||0: 2||1-0||1: 3||2-0||3: 1||1: 2||0-0||2-0||1-0||2: 2||4-0||1-0|
|14th||ASG forward Stralsund||1: 1||0: 3||3: 2||0: 1||1: 1||0-0||4: 1||0-0||3: 1||0: 1||1: 2||2: 1||1: 1|
|1. FC Magdeburg|
Ulrich Schulze (26 games / goals -)
Manfred Zapf (24/3)
Bodo Sommer (14 / -), Wolfgang Abraham (25/2), Klaus Decker (25 / -)
Wolfgang Seguin (26/3), Jürgen Pommerenke ( 25/15), Axel Tyll (20/6)
Detlef Raugust (19/2), Jürgen Sparwasser (11/7), Martin Hoffmann (25/11)
Trainer: Heinz Krügel
|also: Wolfgang Steinbach (17/2), Siegmund Mewes (15/3), Hans-Jürgen Hermann (13/1), Heinz Oelze (9/2), Helmut Gaube (6 / -), Detlef Enge (5 / - ), Uwe Grüning (4 / -), Jörg Ohm (3 / -), Dietmar Hempel (3 / -), Peter Kohde (2 / -), Norbert Pysall (1 -)|
|without use: Bernd Dorendorf , Hans-Werner Heine (both goal), Jürgen Achtel|
In the 182 point games, 514 goals were scored, an average of 2.82 per game. The highest-scoring games with nine goals each were Lokomotive Leipzig - Vorwärts Frankfurt with 4-5 on the fourth matchday and Sachsenring Zwickau - Stahl Riesa with 6-3 on the 25th matchday. The biggest win was an 8-0 victory for BFC Dynamo versus HFC Chemie on matchday 23.
Manfred Vogel from HFC Chemie became top scorer in the league for the first time . Vogel had already become top scorer in the GDR league twice in the previous years , making it his third top scorer in a row. A total of 151 players distinguished themselves as goal scorers, plus ten own goals.
Several players scored three goals (no hat trick) in one game: Köditz (Lok Leipzig) against Stralsund (2nd column), Peter (Halle) against Riesa (4th column) and FCK (8th column), Andrich (Frankfurt) against Lok Leipzig (4th column) and Stralsund (7th column), Vogel (Jena) against Magdeburg (12th column), Labes (BFC) against Halle (23rd column) and Vogel (Halle ) against Erfurt (25th column). 64 penalties were awarded, 55 of which were converted. Pommerenke from Magdeburg and Vogel from Halle each scored five times, Dietzsch from Zwickau, Wätzlich from Dresden, Johannsen and Terletzki both from the BFC each scored many times. Goalkeeper Schönig from Stralsund parried 2 pieces.
|1.||Manfred Vogel||Hallescher FC Chemie||17th|
|2.||Jürgen Pommerenke||1. FC Magdeburg||15th|
|3.||Eberhard Vogel||FC Carl Zeiss Jena||14th|
|4th||Frieder Andrich||FC Forward Frankfurt||13|
|Werner Peter||Hallescher FC Chemie||13|
|Horst Weißhaupt||FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt||13|
A total of 2,209,800 spectators saw the 182 league games, which is an average of 12,142 spectators per game. Dresden recorded the highest average attendance (25,923). Behind it was the master Magdeburg (22,923). Frankfurt came in last with an average of 5,100 spectators. The army footballers from Stralsund were also at the end of the audience table (6,846) behind Sachsenring Zwickau (6,962). The largest crowd was 40,000 for the home game of 1. FC Magdeburg against Carl Zeiss Jena on matchday 25. The smallest number of spectators (2,000) were at home games of Vorwärts Frankfurt against Halle (5th matchday in the catch-up game) and FC Karl-Marx-Stadt (12th matchday).
|1. FC Magdeburg||503,500||19,365||298,000||22,923||205,500||15,808|
|FC Carl Zeiss Jena||355,500||13,654||143,000||11,000||212,000||16.307|
|SG Dynamo Dresden||521,500||20,058||337,000||25,923||184,500||14,192|
|Berlin FC Dynamo||289,000||11,115||138,500||10,654||150,500||11,577|
|FC Forward Frankfurt||218,300||8,396||66,300||5,100||152,000||11,692|
|BSG Stahl Riesa||260,500||10,019||107,500||8,269||153,000||11,769|
|BSG Sachsenring Zwickau||231,500||8,904||90,500||6,962||141,000||10,846|
|1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig||286,000||11,000||148,500||11,423||137,500||10,577|
|FC Rot-Weiß Erfurt||301,000||11,577||157,000||12,077||144,000||11,077|
|Hallescher FC Chemie||322,500||12,404||178,500||13,731||144,000||11,077|
|BSG Wismut Aue||273,500||10,519||106,000||8,154||167,500||12,884|
|FC Hansa Rostock||299,500||11,519||175,000||13,462||124,500||9,577|
|ASG forward Stralsund||227,800||8,761||89,000||6,846||138,800||10,677|
- 313 players were used, 25 of them were in all point games.
- There were 105 home wins, 50 draws and 27 away wins.
- The referees issued 4 reprints and 349 warnings, with 45 players having to pause after the third or sixth yellow card.
soccer player of the year
After the season, Jürgen Pommerenke was named Footballer of the Year 1975 by the Magdeburg champions for the first time . The midfield director of the champions was instrumental in winning the title again with 15 goals.
|1.||Jürgen Pommerenke||1. FC Magdeburg||289|
|2.||Jürgen Croy||BSG Sachsenring Zwickau||269|
|3.||Eberhard Vogel||FC Carl Zeiss Jena||159|
The FDGB Cup was won by Sachsenring Zwickau this season . The Zwickau team surprisingly won their third cup title in the final against SG Dynamo Dresden, which had previously defeated champions Magdeburg in the round of 16 and defending champion Jena in the semi-finals.
After the successful previous year, which was crowned by Magdeburg's European Cup title, this European Cup season was less successful for the GDR representatives. The master Magdeburg competed in the European championship . After a bye in the first round it came to a duel with the West German defending champion FC Bayern Munich in the second round . Bayern prevailed 3-2 and 2-1 against Magdeburg and later won the cup again. In the European Cup Winners' Cup , Carl Zeiss Jena also did not get past the second round. Here was Benfica too strong. In the UEFA Cup Forward Frankfurt defeated in the first round of Juventus Turin , while Dynamo Dresden in the second round against Hamburger SV was eliminated. At the 1974 Intertoto Cup , the GDR again did not participate.
- Andreas Baingo, Michael Horn: The History of the GDR Oberliga. Verlag Die Werkstatt, Göttingen 2003, ISBN 3-89533-428-6 .
- Hanns Leske : Encyclopedia of GDR football . Verlag Die Werkstatt, Göttingen 2007, ISBN 978-3-89533-556-3 .
- FUWO: Born 1974–1975, Sportverlag Berlin,
- Andreas Baingo: FC Hansa Rostock. We totally love you! . Sportverlag, Berlin 1995, p. 134