Frank Hartmann (soccer player, September 1960)

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Frank Hartmann
Frank Hartmann 1985.jpg
Frank Hartmann in 1985
birthday September 27, 1960
place of birth KoblenzGermany
size 180 cm
position Midfield / attack
Years station
SV Binningen-Forst
TuS Treis cards
Years station Games (goals) 1
1980-1984 1. FC Cologne 84 0(6)
1985-1986 FC Schalke 04 52 (20)
1986-1989 1. FC Kaiserslautern 99 (30)
1989-1993 SG Wattenscheid 09 82 0(9)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
1993-1994 SpVgg EGC Wirges
1994 SG Wattenscheid 09
1995-1996 FV Engers 07
TuS Montabaur
SG Alfbachtal
SG Müden-Moselkern
SG Dreis-Dörbach
2013– TuS Koblenz (Head of Young Talent)
1 Only league games are given.

Frank Hartmann (born September 27, 1960 in Koblenz ) is a former German soccer player .


Frank Hartmann grew up in Binningen in the Eifel and started playing club football at the neighboring SV Forst when he was 9 years old. At the age of 12 he switched to TuS Treis-Karden. In the following years he was appointed first to the district selection and later to the Rhineland selection.

As a 17-year-old he was signed by 1. FC Köln , where he initially played in the A-youth team, but had already trained with the professional team. After training as a civil servant at the Deutsche Bundesbahn, he completed an apprenticeship as an office clerk during this time. On August 23, 1980 he made his debut in the Bundesliga. From then on it was used more and more often, but later lost its regular position again at times. He scored his most important goal for FC in the semi-finals of the DFB Cup in 1983 when he scored 2-2 against VfB Stuttgart in the 82nd minute, thus forcing extra time, in which Paul Steiner then made it 3-2 and thus the Scoring winning goal. In the final, FC defeated local rivals Fortuna .

After his time with the billy goats he quickly managed to get a regular place at FC Schalke 04 , 1. FC Kaiserslautern and SG Wattenscheid 09 . At these clubs he also matured into a leading player. In 1993 he ended his playing career after persistent knee problems and took over the coaching position at SpVgg EGC Wirges . After SG Wattenscheid 09 had dismissed their coach Hannes Bongartz in the 1993/94 season in the relegation battle , Hartmann took over his post. However, he did not succeed in averting the descent.

Hartmann is one of the few players who managed to score five goals in a Bundesliga game. He succeeded in this in November 1986 at the home game of 1. FC Kaiserslautern - of all things against his former employer Schalke 04 (final score 5: 1 for FCK).

Following his career as an active footballer, he studied sports teaching with a focus on administration and leisure at the European Sports Academy in Trier. This was followed by an activity in the educational area at the educational center of the State Sports Association of Rhineland-Palatinate in Treis-Karden, which he still does today.

Hartmann has been chairman of SV Binningen from Binningen (Eifel) since 2000 . As a trainer he was still u. a. for the clubs FV Engers 07 , TuS Montabaur, SG Dörbach / Dreis, SG Eintracht Lahnstein and SG Müden - Moselkern . In October 2013, Hartmann was introduced as the new head of the junior performance center at TuS Koblenz . In addition to his many years of activity there, he will work for the educational organization of the State Sports Association of Rhineland-Palatinate . Hartmann also works as a player agent for the U23 area of ​​Pro Profil GmbH.

Hartmann is married and has three children.


league Games (goals)
Bundesliga 300 (64)
2nd Bundesliga 017 0(1)
European Cup 013 0(0)
DFB Cup 026 0(8)


  • 1982 German vice-champion
  • 1983 DFB Cup winner
  • 1985 German vice-champion
  • 1990 DFB Cup winner (2 appearances, no longer at 1. FC Kaiserslautern when winning the title)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. a b Interview with Frank Hartmann
  2. a b c d Not all footballers become millionaires , published in: Die Rheinpfalz , October 31, 2011 edition
  3. a b A heart for FCK , published in: Die Rheinpfalz , edition of 23 August 2010
  4. ^ Website of SV Binningen ( Memento from March 12, 2014 in the Internet Archive )
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  6. Profile at
  7. Profile at