Hans Wendlandt

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Hans Wendlandt
birthday January 18, 1918
date of death February 20, 1978
position Outrunner
Years station
Eintracht Lokstedt
Years station Games (goals) 1
SC Victoria Hamburg
Stations as a trainer
Years station
1951-1954 SV Waldhof Mannheim
1954-1957 Freiburg FC
1959-1961 ETB black and white food
1961-1964 Freiburg FC
1964-1966 ETB black and white food
1966-1969 Arminia Bielefeld
1969-1970 SV Waldhof Mannheim
1971-1973 Freiburg FC
1973 SV Waldhof Mannheim
1 Only league games are given.

Hans Wendlandt (born January 18, 1918 , † February 20, 1978 ) was a German soccer player and soccer coach . As a player he was active in high-class football for SC Victoria Hamburg , as a coach he looked after the southern clubs SV Waldhof Mannheim and Freiburg FC , in the west Black and White Essen and Arminia Bielefeld . The highlight of his more than twenty years of coaching was winning the DFB Cup in 1959 with the Essenes.



Hans Wendlandt, who came to SC Victoria Hamburg from Eintracht Lokstedt, proved himself at a young age in the Gauliga Nordmark . From the summer of 1938 he was already a member of the Nordmark regional selection in the Reichsbund Cup competition . The outrunner made his debut in the selection on July 24th alongside Walter Warning , Erwin Reinhardt , Werner Höffmann , Gustav Carstens , Otto Lüdecke , Willi Kleikamp , “Derle” Ahlers , Hans Rohde , Herbert Panse and Karl Miller . After the Second World War, the offensive outrunner reached the qualification for the new football league north as a player-coach with "Vicky" in 1947 . In the first year of the new North German football club, he was released from the coaching office again, and he completed 21 of 22 league games for the "lemon yellow" from the Hoheluft stadium . Victoria was relegated to the amateur camp at the end of the round. In 1948/1949 he worked as a player-coach at Wedeler TSV and immediately made it up from 1st class Hamburg (Germania relay) to the highest Hamburg amateur class (amateur league / Elbe relay).


Hans Wendlandt, who completed his training as a soccer teacher in the second Herberger course in Cologne in 1949, took over SV Waldhof Mannheim for the 1951/1952 season in the top soccer league . After two years with placements in the middle of the table, SV Waldhof ended the 1953/1954 season as the penultimate and thus rose to the 1st amateur league . At the end of the season Wendlandt left SV Waldhof and coached Freiburg FC until 1957. During this time, Wendlandt led Freiburg FC to the championship title of the 2nd South League and promotion to the South Football League . After only one season in the soccer Oberliga Süd, Wendlandt rose directly back to the 2nd division with the FFC as bottom of the table.

After relegation, Wendlandt took over the ETB Schwarz-Weiß Essen , which had just been promoted to the Oberliga West under Willi Multhaup . Although he was relegated to the 2nd League West after only one season, he celebrated his greatest success as a coach with Schwarz-Weiß Essen, winning the DFB Cup in 1959 . On August 8, 1959, SWE had won the final of the West German Cup with 3-2 goals against Westfalia Herne and was thus qualified for the DFB Cup . Just eight days later, a 6-3 success at Hertha BSC followed . In the semi-finals, a 2-1 win after extra time at Hamburger SV on December 12th resulted in a big surprise. The 5: 2 final success on December 27, 1959 in Kassel against the Southwest representative Borussia Neunkirchen was no longer surprising. The calm and friendly manner of the coach was well received by the young players like Heinz Steinmann , Horst Trimhold , Manfred Rummel and Hans Küppers and the veteran Hubert Schieth also flourished again in midfield.

After rising again with Schwarz-Weiß Essen, Wendlandt returned to Freiburg FC in 1961 and coached the Breisgauer until 1964. For the 1963/64 season , the Freiburg FC managed to qualify for the newly created regional football league , which after the introduction of the Bundesliga second highest division represented. In 1964, Wendlandt returned to Schwarz-Weiß Essen for two years and coached the club in the Regionalliga West. From 1966 to 1969 Wendlandt coached Arminia Bielefeld in the Regionalliga West, after which the promotion was narrowly missed several times, Wendlandt returned for half a season to SV Waldhof and inherited Helmut Berninger as head coach of the blue-blacks. From 1971 to 1973 Wendlandt took over Freiburg FC again and coached the team from the Möslestadion in the Regionalliga Süd. 1973 Wendlandt returned to SV Waldhof and inherited Klaus Sinn , who had taken over the blue-blacks from him in 1970, as coach. This was also his last station as a trainer. On October 14, 1973, SV Waldhof separated from Hans Wendlandt, and was succeeded by Philipp Rohr .