Hans Stubb

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Hans Stubb (born October 8, 1906 in Rüdesheim , † March 19, 1973 Frankfurt am Main ), also called "Hennes", was a German football player .



Stubb began playing soccer in 1920 in the youth department of the Frankfurt soccer club Germania . Out of adolescence, he played for the Frankfurt district association SpVgg Ostend 07 from 1925 to 1928 , before he was signed by Eintracht Frankfurt .

From 1928 to 1933 he played as a defender in the championships organized by the South German Football Association in the district league Main / Hessen point games. As the winner of the Main group, he and his team took part in the final round of the South German Championship , which the team finished fourth out of eight teams. In the following season he completed the finals as a South German champion . After the team had completed the Main group as district champions in the following two seasons, they also prevailed in the North / West group in the final round of the South German Championship in 1931/32 and - after the score was 2-0 against the FC Bayern Munich final game canceled in the 83rd minute - declared South German champions by the South German Football Association.

From 1933 to 1941 he then played in the Gauliga Südwest in one of 16, later increased to 23 Gauligen at the time of National Socialism as a uniform top division in the German Reich ; then until 1944 in the Gauliga Hessen-Nassau . The 1944/45 season was dissolved after five match days - with the end of World War II in Europe.

Due to his success, he was used from 1930 to 1933 and again in 1938 in a total of 13 games of the finals for the German championship and scored his only goal in a final on May 22, 1932 in a 3-1 quarter-final victory over Tennis Borussia Berlin . With the 2-0 defeat against FC Bayern Munich in the final held on June 12, 1932 in Nuremberg , he achieved his greatest success as a club player, although he caused the hand penalty that Oskar Rohr converted to lead Bayern.

National team

Stubb played ten international matches for the senior national team , for which he made his debut on May 4, 1930 in Zurich in a 5-0 victory over the Swiss national team. He scored his only international goal in his last appearance for the DFB on January 14, 1934 in Frankfurt am Main in a 3-1 victory over the Hungarian national team with the goal to make it 2-1 in 55 minutes from a distance of 60 meters.



  • Stubb, honorary captain of Frankfurter Eintracht, played in 139 league games in which he scored nine goals. In addition, he played 42 finals for the South German Championship, 12 for the German Championship and 18 cup games; in total he had completed more than 500 missions for Eintracht.
  • With his free-kick goal from 60 meters away in his last international match, Stubb held the record for the largest long-range goal for a long time.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Ulrich Matheja, Eintracht Frankfurt, Schlappekicker and Himmelsstürmer, Verlag Die Werkstatt, Göttingen 1998, p. 310.
  2. ^ Matthias Arnhold: Hans 'Hennes' Stubb - International Appearances . RSSSF.com . July 2, 2020. Accessed July 7, 2020.