Hans Ripp

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Hans Ripp
birthday January 9, 1946
place of birth Germany
position attack
Years station Games (goals) 1
0000-1969 Karlsruher SC Am. ? 0(?)
1968-1969 Karlsruher SC 1 0(0)
1969-1970 1. FC Kaiserslautern 15 0(2)
1970-1974 ASV Landau 86 (22)
1 Only league games are given.

Hans Ripp (born January 9, 1946 ) is a former German soccer player .


The attacker Hans Ripp played including the 1968/69 season in the amateur team of the Karlsruher SC . He became champion in 1969 with the team from the Wildparkstadion in the Football Regionalliga Süd , as the young striker on the penultimate match day (May 4, 1969) in the 1: 2 away defeat against Schwaben Augsburg by coach Kurt Baluses at the side of Horst Blechinger , Christian Müller , Horst Wild and Theo Menkhaus was deployed. With the association selection from North Baden Ripp won the amateur country cup on June 20, 1969 in Harburg against Hamburg . He was a two-time goalscorer in the 2-1 success of coach Herbert Widmayer's team . But after KSC failed in the promotion round at the competition RW Essen, VfL Osnabrück, TuS Neuendorf and Tasmania 1900 Berlin - the young striker had played all eight promotion rounds and scored three goals - the attacking player moved to the Palatinate for 1. FC Kaiserslautern and thus into the Bundesliga . In his only season with FCK, 1969/70, a tenth place jumped out in the Bundesliga table and Ripp contributed to this with two goals in 15 games. Coach Gyula Lóránt increasingly relied on Josef Pirrung (26-6), Klaus Ackermann (24-2) and Gerhard Kentschke (32-0) in the attack and brought the other attackers Dieter Krafczyk (18-5), Karl-Heinz Vogt (14 -2) and Ripp are used alternately.

For the 1970/1 season there was a transfer to the Palatinate ASV Landau , who was playing in the second -rate regional soccer league Southwest at that time . Under coach Heinz Ruppenstein and also with teammate Werner Hösl from the start , the striker played a total of 86 regional league games for Landau from 1970 to 1974, scoring 22 goals. For the 1972/73 season came from Karlsruhe SC David Scheu and 1973/74 in the last year of the old second-rate regional league, also Horst Wild .


league Games (goals)
Bundesliga 15 (2)


  • Christian Karn, Reinhard Rehberg: Encyclopedia of German League Football. Volume 9: Player Lexicon 1963-1994. Bundesliga, regional league, 2nd league. AGON Sportverlag, Kassel 2012, ISBN 978-3-89784-214-4 .
  • Ulrich Homann (Hrsg.): Hellfire on Ascension. The history of the promotion rounds to the Bundesliga 1963–1974. Klartext, Essen 1990, ISBN 3-88474-346-5 .

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ludwigspark.de: Information about the squad of ASV 1946 Landau (1973/74 season)