Hans Fauser

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Hans Fauser
birthday February 27, 1925
place of birth ReutlingenGermany
Years station
SV 03 Tübingen
Years station Games (goals) 1
1941-1948 SSV Reutlingen
1948-1960 Stuttgart Kickers 280 (9)
SV 03 Tübingen
1 Only league games are given.

Hans Fauser (born February 27, 1925 in Reutlingen ) is a former German soccer player . At the Stuttgarter Kickers , the defender played a total of 221 league games from 1948 to 1960 in what was then the first-class football league south, in which the undisputed head of the defense scored four goals as a center-piece in the World Cup .


Fauser, he came from the youth of SV 03 Tübingen , played from 1941 to 1943 for SSV Reutlingen , in whose first team he made his debut at the age of 16 and also achieved promotion to the Gauliga Württemberg . From this phase, a deployment in the Württemberg youth team against a Germany team - including Paul Janes , Karl Miller , Hans Rohde , Albert Sing , Ernst Lehner , Fritz Walter , August Klingler - is noted on October 25, 1942 in Ludwigsburg, where he is at a 2: 7 defeat in front of goalkeeper Anton Turek (Ulm 1846) as defender of SSV Reutlingen was in the line-up. During the Second World War he was initially taken prisoner by the Americans , but was handed over to the French at the end of the war. When he was released in 1948, he initially returned briefly to SSV Reutlingen, but from August 1948/49 the defensive player played for the Stuttgarter Kickers in the Oberliga Süd.

On November 14, 1948, Fauser made his debut in a 0-0 home draw against BC Augsburg with the "Blue" in the league. He formed the defense of the Kickers with goalkeeper Helmut Jahn , Hermann Vetter , Kurt Kronenbitter , Gunther Baumann and Kurt Herget . At the end of the round he had completed 22 league games (1 goal) and the Kickers had taken eighth place. After his second round, in 1949/50, the Kickers relegated to the new 2nd League South, but won the championship in 1950/51 and immediately returned to the league. Fauser had played 31 competitive games (1 goal) in the 2nd division and Erich Dreher (26 goals) and Siegfried Kronenbitter (23 goals) had proven to be the most successful goal scorers. Then Fauser played with the Stuttgarter Kickers from 1951/52 to 1957/58 in a row in the Oberliga Süd. After relegation in 1958, the head of defense led the kickers in 28 second division games with four goals with teammates like goalkeeper Manfred Eglin and Heinz Lettl but with the championship win in 1958/59 directly back into the league.

His last league game was dated March 27, 1960, when the Kickers lost the home game against SpVgg Fürth 5-1. He had formed the runner row together with Pál Csernai and Axel Dünnwald-Metzler and the all-round athlete Manfred Eglin had played as a center forward against the "Kleeblatt-Elf".

In 1960 he went back to SV 03 Tübingen in his homeland, where the trained textile merchant ended his career.


  • Hardy Grüne , Lorenz Knieriem: Encyclopedia of German League Football. Volume 8: Player Lexicon 1890–1963. AGON Sportverlag, Kassel 2006, ISBN 3-89784-148-7 , p. 82.
  • Werner Skrentny (Ed.): When Morlock still met the moonlight. The history of the Oberliga Süd 1945–1963. Klartext Verlag, Essen 1993, ISBN 3-88474-055-5 .

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Raphael Keppel : Germany's international soccer games. Documentation from 1908–1989. Sport- und Spielverlag, Hürth 1989, ISBN 3-9802172-4-8 , p. 170.