Franz Immig

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Franz Immig
birthday September 10, 1918
place of birth SondernheimGerman Empire
date of death December 26, 1955
position Defense
Years station Games (goals) 1
1937-1940 Karlsruhe FV
1940-1941 Stuttgart Kickers
1941-1947 1. FC Saarbrücken
1947-1948 Stuttgart Kickers 7 (0)
1948-1953 1. FC Saarbrücken
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1939 Germany 2 (0)
1951-1952 Saarland 3 (0)
1 Only league games are given.

Franz Immig (born September 10, 1918 in Sondernheim , † December 26, 1955 ) was a German football player .



Immig, who grew up in Sondernheim in the Palatinate , switched to the Karlsruhe FV in 1937 at the age of 19 . Right away the successful end of the season 1937/38 rise in the Gauliga Baden . In 1940 he moved to Stuttgart for professional reasons and joined the Stuttgarter Kickers . At the end of his first season, he won the championship in the Gauliga Württemberg with the team and thus moved into the final round of the German championship in 1941 . Together with his teammates Edmund Conen and Albert Sing , he played in Group 4 against TSV 1860 Munich , Rapid Vienna and VfL Neckarau , but did not qualify for the semi-finals. From 1939 to 1941 he also played for the select teams of the Gaue Baden and Württemberg games for the Reichsbund Cup .

After the Second World War , he played seven point games for the Stuttgarter Kickers in the Oberliga Süd in the 1947/48 season - the last on April 4, 1948 against VfL Neckarau - and moved to 1. FC Saarbrücken in May .

In the 1948/49 season he was a member of the Saarbrücken contract team, which played out of competition in the 2nd division in France and won the championship before Bordeaux. There followed two seasons with 1. FC Saarbrücken without regular league games. In the Oberliga Südwest , as in the French league, they were not allowed to participate in the association round. With the implementation of the International Saarland Cup in the 1949/50 season and the additional friendly games, the Saarlanders became one of the most internationally active teams at this time. From the 1951/52 season , 1. FC Saarbrücken was placed in the Oberliga Südwest and immediately won the championship. Immig played all 30 games of the season and scored six goals. His standard defense partner was Theo Puff . In the final round of the German championship in 1952 , he was in the games against FC Schalke 04 , 1. FC Nürnberg and the last time on May 25, 1952 in the 1: 4 defeat in the away game against Hamburger SV in action. After that he was unable to play another game due to illness - not even the final . A single league game followed on October 25, 1953 in a 1-1 draw in the away game against Wormatia Worms .

National team

Reich coach Sepp Herberger put the 20-year-old defender of the Karlsruher FV in the international match on March 26, 1939 in Differdange against the selection of Luxembourg at the side of the veteran Reinhold Munzenberg for the first time in the national team . On August 27, 1939, the second use in the game against the selection of Slovakia took place in Bratislava ; the Viennese Max Merkel made his debut on the left outside runner position. On May 24, 1939, a test match against the selection of Bohemia-Moravia followed in Dortmund . Before the international match against Spain on April 12, 1942 in Berlin , Immig was a member of the DFB training course and was also used in the test matches against the Lower Rhine and a selection from Cologne. Against the selection of Spain, however, Paul Janes and Karl Miller formed the defender pair. The process was similar before the international match on September 20, 1942 in Berlin against the selection of Sweden . Immig was part of the international candidate squad, was also used in the friendly matches, but Janes and Miller defended in the international match. After the Second World War, as a player for 1. FC Saarbrücken, Immig played three more international matches for the Saarland national team in 1951 and 1952 .


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