Georg Schwarzenbeck

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Georg Schwarzenbeck
Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck.jpg
Schwarzenbeck with the 1974 World Cup
Surname Hans-Georg Schwarzenbeck
birthday April 3, 1948
place of birth MunichGermany
size 183 cm
position Pre-stopper
Years station
0000-1961 Sportfreunde Munich
1961-1966 FC Bayern Munich
Years station Games (goals) 1
1966-1981 FC Bayern Munich 416 (21)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1969-1971 Germany U-23 2 0(0)
1971-1978 Germany 44 0(0)
1 Only league games are given.

Hans-Georg "Katsche" Schwarzenbeck (born April 3, 1948 in Munich ) is a former German soccer player . In his career he won all important national and international titles and was world champion , European champion and six times German champion . He also won the European Cup Winners 'Cup as well as the European National Champions' Cup and the DFB Cup three times .



Schwarzenbeck played for Sportfreunde München until he was 13 , before moving to the youth department of FC Bayern Munich in 1961 , where he was active for five years. For the 1966/67 season he belonged to the professional squad of Bayern and made his debut on October 8, 1966 (8th matchday) in the 1: 4 defeat at Werder Bremen . He scored his first goal as a pre-stopper on October 25, 1969 (10th matchday) for the interim 1-0 lead in the 3-1 win in the away game at Alemannia Aachen . From then on, he scored at least one goal in every season, except for the last two years. He is the first Bayern player to receive a yellow card in a Bundesliga match. This is what happened on August 11, 1973 (1st matchday) in a 3-1 win in the home game against Fortuna Düsseldorf by referee Heinz Quindeau . He also played 52 DFB Cup games (7 goals), 70 European Cup games (2 goals) and two World Cup games. Schwarzenbeck played as a professional exclusively for FC Bayern Munich and won six championships, three national and five international cup wins. After the 1980/81 season (without use) Schwarzenbeck ended his career at the age of 32 as a result of a ruptured Achilles tendon on November 15, 1979 ; He played his last Bundesliga game on August 18, 1979 (2nd matchday) in a 1-1 draw against FC Schalke 04 . His greatest act was on May 15, 1974: In the first final of the "premier class", which FC Bayern Munich reached, he forced the 1: 1 equalizer against Atlético Madrid and with a desperate shot from about 25 meters in the 120th minute the replay, which his club won 4-0 two days later.

National team

On May 7, 1969, Schwarzenbeck made his debut in the national jersey: With the U-23 national team , he drew 2-2 against Austria in Graz. He played his second and last appearance for this national team on April 24, 1971 in Augsburg, in a 3-0 win against Turkey. With the game in the senior national team on June 12, 1971 in Karlsruhe (2-0 victory over Albania) his senior international career began with 44 appearances; it ended on February 22, 1978 in Munich with a 2-1 victory over England . Schwarzenbeck was then part of the DFB-Elf squad for the 1978 World Cup , without being used . His greatest successes with the national team were winning the 1974 world championship , 1972 European championship and second place at the 1976 European championship in Yugoslavia. On the occasion of winning the football World Cup in 1974, he received the silver laurel leaf .



He reported about his nickname Katsche: "I already had that nickname as a boy when we were still playing with the neighbors' children in the meadow by the Perlacher Forst ."

Schwarzenbeck's style was simple and straightforward. In particular, the contrast to the elegant technician Franz Beckenbauer , which is also reflected in both personalities, was repeatedly noticed and discussed ( The Emperor's cleaner , Kaiser and Katsche ). In the film Woe, when Schwarzenbeck comes from May Spils , Schwarzenbeck plays a supporting role. Wolf Wondratschek wrote the poem for Georg Schwarzenbeck .

During the 1973 European Cup against Ajax Amsterdam he was described by a Dutch reporter as “half mens, half stier” (half man, half bull).

After his sports career , Schwarzenbeck , who lives in Harlaching , took over a stationery shop in the Munich Au from an aunt in 1983 , which he ran until 2009.

In June 2008 Schwarzenbeck had a guest role as a soccer coach in the Bavarian daily soap Dahoam is Dahoam .

Web links

Commons : Georg Schwarzenbeck  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Match pairing on
  2. Kahn and Co. on the 75th Sepp Maier: mentor, friend and entertainer , evening newspaper , February 28, 2019
  3. Florian Kinast: Katsche locks up - forever , Abendzeitung , August 3, 2009