Harald Cerny

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Harald Cerny
Harald Cerny.jpg
birthday September 13, 1973
place of birth ViennaAustria
size 177 cm
position Right midfield
Years station
0000-1984 ASV Hinterbrühl
1984-1990 FC Admira / Wacker
Years station Games (goals) 1
1990-1992 FC Bayern Munich amateurs 16 0(1)
1992-1993 FC Bayern Munich 22 0(7)
1993-1994 FC Admira / Wacker 22 0(6)
1994-1995 FC Tirol Innsbruck 52 (14)
1995-2007 TSV 1860 Munich 263 (17)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1993-2004 Austria 47 0(4)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
2008-2009 TSV 1860 Munich 0U15
2009-2010 FC Bayern Munich U14
2010-2011 FC Bayern Munich U16
2011-2016 FC Bayern Munich U14 / U15
2018 Hannover 96 U17
1 Only league games are given.

Harald Cerny (born September 13, 1973 in Vienna ) is a former Austrian soccer player and current soccer coach .

Player career


Harald Cerny first played in the youth of his local club ASV Hinterbrühl before he moved to the youth department of FC Admira / Wacker at the age of 11 . In his youth, the midfielder was directed to Bayern Munich , where he started his professional career. At the Daimler-Benz Junior Cup in 1992 he was voted the best player of the tournament. First he completed two seasons for the amateur team of Bayern Munich, before he made his 90-minute Bundesliga debut on September 25, 1992 (8th matchday) in a 2-1 win in the away game against Borussia Dortmund . He scored his first Bundesliga goal on October 31, 1992 (12th matchday) in a 3-2 win in the away game against VfB Stuttgart with the goal to make it 2-1 in the 61st minute. Although he initially returned to FC Admira / Wacker after three games in October the following season, he contributed to winning the Bayern championship in 1994 .

In 1994 Harald Cerny was signed by FC Tirol Innsbruck and then switched to Bundesliga club TSV 1860 Munich during the winter break in 1995/96 . Cerny was last there the longest serving player in the squad with 263 appearances and 12 years of service in the club. He is also the record player of the "60s" with 238 Bundesliga games, ahead of Petar Radenković . As a result of an injury, he played his last game on January 29, 2006, in the 1: 3 defeat in the away game against Hansa Rostock . On June 21, 2007, the 33-year-old announced the end of his playing career.

Cerny when he passed in 2007

National team

Cerny made his debut on March 10, 1993 in Vienna in a test international match of the senior national team , which won 2-1 against the selection of Greece . He scored his first international goal on May 27, 1998 in Vienna, in a 2-1 win over Tunisia , with the goal to make it 1-0. He even scored two goals in an international match in the qualifying game for the European Football Championship in 2000 , in the 3-0 win on October 10, 1998 in Cyprus . He played his last international match on April 28, 2004 in Innsbruck in a 4-1 victory over Luxembourg . With the senior national team, for which he played 47 times and scored four goals, he took part in the 1998 World Cup in France and came to his only tournament games in two group games (1-1 against Cameroon and Chile ).

Coaching career

Cerny has the A license as a DFB trainer. After finishing his football career, Cerny coached the U15s of TSV 1860 Munich from February 2008 to June 2009, the U14s in 2009/10 and the U16s of FC Bayern München in 2010/11. From 2011 to 2016 he was responsible for the C-Juniors (U14 and U15 alternating annually) at FC Bayern Munich. His contract with FC Bayern expired in 2016. He then worked at Hannover 96 as a trainer for the U17s and as a scout.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. What one can expect from Austria's Bayern talents , www.sportnet.at, accessed on July 12, 2016
  2. [1] , www.hannover96.de, accessed on July 14, 2020