Hans Brunke

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Hans Brunke
birthday October 1, 1904
place of birth BerlinGerman Empire
date of death March 6, 1985
position Defender
Years station Games (goals) 1
1922-1939 Tennis Borussia Berlin
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1927-1931 Germany 7 (0)
1 Only league games are given.

Hans Brunke (born October 1, 1904 in Berlin ; † March 6, 1985 ) was a German football player . The defensive player and his club Tennis Borussia Berlin took part in four finals for the German soccer championship from 1929 to 1932 and played seven games. From 1927 to 1931 he played seven international matches in the German national soccer team .



The home club of the trained businessman was Tennis Borussia Berlin , he played for the club from the Charlottenburg district until well into the 1930s . In the 1931/32 season Brunke was the champion of Berlin / Brandenburg with the purple and white "violets" . With TeBe he failed in May 1932 in the final round of the German championship by a 1: 3 defeat at Eintracht Frankfurt . In the finals in 1929, 1930 and 1931 he was each runner-up in Brandenburg with Tennis Borussia. Outstanding teammates for Brunke were colleagues Heinz Emmerich , Erich Kauer , Otto Martwig , Willi Handschuhmacher and Herbert Pahlke . But they could not change anything about the supremacy of Hertha BSC in Berlin-Brandenburg football around their star Johannes Sobeck .

Selection / national team

The defender , who played primarily on the left, was appointed to the German national team seven times between 1927 and 1931 . In its first international match, the German team lost with nine debutants against Denmark with 1: 3 goals; it was followed by his only victory in October 1927 in Hamburg-Altona against Norway (6-2) and then a two-year international break. In 1929 and 1930 he came to an international match before he came to three more international matches in 1931. When the national team reached a goalless 0-0 draw against Sweden on June 17, 1931 in Stockholm, the defender pair with Emmerich and Brunke from TeBe was formed. Four days later, on June 21 in Oslo against Norway, the two Berliners were again in action for Germany in a 2-2 draw. In its last international match on September 13, 1931 in Vienna, the German team lost to the Austrian wonder team with 0: 5 goals.

He was also used in 58 games in the Berlin or Brandenburg selection. In 1929, on April 28, with Brandenburg's selection, he won the Federal Cup with a 4-1 final victory over northern Germany. Paul Gehlhaar from Hertha BSC was in goal and Emmerich and Brunke were in defense. On March 9, 1930, the Berliners lost the final as defending champions with 0-2 goals in Altona against the selection of Northern Germany.

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