|birthday||November 4th 1950|
|place of birth||Germany|
|position||Forward / midfield|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|1972-1973||FC Bayern Munich||3(0)|
|1 Only league games are given.|
Hans Jörg (born November 4, 1950 ) is a former German football player who played for FC Bayern Munich in the Bundesliga and the DFB Cup .
From 1969 to 1972 Jörg played for FC Kempten from the city of the same name in the administrative district of Swabia . His premier season in the senior sector he played in the district league, from which he rose at the end of the season with the club in the Landesliga Süd . In 1971 he won the national cup for amateurs as a selection player for the Bavarian Football Association . For the 1972/73 season he was signed as a striker by Bayern Munich when he was 21 . His first of only three Bundesliga games , all of which were won and completed by substitution at the Olympic Stadium in Munich , he played on December 2, 1972 (16th matchday) in a 3-1 win against Kickers Offenbach for Rainer Zobel from the 73rd minute. In the DFB Cup competition, he came on March 14, 1973 in a 3-1 win in the second round second leg against Rot-Weiß Oberhausen in Munich and on April 14, 1973 in a 2-2 draw in the quarter- final at Kickers Offenbach Commitment.
For the 1973/74 season he moved to FC Augsburg in the second-rate Regionalliga Süd , with which he was the southern champion at the end of the season , as second in Group 2 in the promotion games for the Bundesliga - he played in all eight and scored two goals - close to tennis Borussia Berlin failed, but still qualified for the newly created 2nd Bundesliga . In the season south he played for the team, as a founding member, from the 1974/75 season to 1979 relegation 147 games and was 34 times successful as a goalscorer. After just one season in the Bavarian League took place as Bayern champion of direct resurgence. Jörg now acted as a midfielder in his last professional season and scored a good percentage of goals with 18 goals in 35 games. He played his last game in paid football on May 30, 1981 (38th matchday) in the 3-5 defeat in the away game against FSV Frankfurt and ended his career after 182 second division games and 52 goals for Augsburg. In the last season in the double-track 2nd Bundesliga, FC Augsburg rose again in eighteenth place in the table .
- German champion 1973 (with FC Bayern Munich)
- Champion of the Regionalliga Süd 1974 (with FC Augsburg)
- Bayern champion 1980 (with FC Augsburg)
- State Cup winner 1971 (with the Bavarian State Association)
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||November 4th 1950|