Heinz-Dieter Borgmann

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Heinz-Dieter Borgmann
birthday January 31, 1940
place of birth Germany
position midfield player
Years station Games (goals) 1
1960-1964 VfB Bottrop
1964-1965 STV Horst-Emscher 33 (2)
1965-1968 Red and white food 25 (3)
1968–0000 STV Horst-Emscher
1 Only league games are given.

Heinz-Dieter Borgmann (born January 31, 1940 ) is a former German soccer player . During his active time he played exclusively for clubs in the Ruhr area. For Rot-Weiss Essen , he played eight Bundesliga games and scored one goal.


Borgmann played at VfB Bottrop from 1960 . With the Bottropern he won the championship of the 2nd league at the end of the 1962/63 season . Since the Bundesliga and its substructure of the then second-class regional football leagues were introduced for the 1963/64 season , he was unable to make the leap to first-class. Borgmann had to make do with the Bottropern with a place in the Regionalliga West . He made his debut on August 4, 1963 in a 1-0 away win at Schwarz-Weiß Essen in the Regionalliga. In the World Cup system at that time , he acted as the right wing runner in the team of coach Werner Stahl alongside teammates such as goalkeeper Fred-Werner Bockholt and the winning goal scorer Klaus Beckfeld . VfB was relegated 17th in the table at the end of the round from the Regionalliga, Borgmann had played 37 league games and scored two goals. The 1963/64 season was the last with 20 teams, as the league was reduced from 20 to 18 clubs. Borgmann had bad luck with the changes introduced in the league for the second time. He said goodbye to VfB and moved to the Ruhr area neighbor STV Horst-Emscher .

He continued to play in the Regionalliga West with the Gelsenkirchners from the Fürstenberg Stadium. Under coach Kurt Sahm he made his debut on August 9, 1964 with a 2-0 home defeat against Westfalia Herne at the side of teammates such as goalkeeper Bernd Petrasch , Werner Jestremski , Manfred Otta and Franz Wolny at the "Emscher Hussars". In the 1964/65 season he completed 32 league games with two goals. The black and blue took 17th place in the table, Borgmann suffered relegation for the second time. Borgmann switched to Rot-Weiss Essen and was thus retained in the regional league.

The first season, 1965/66, was finished second behind Fortuna Düsseldorf and Borgmann had played 16 league games and won two goals at the side of teammates Willi Lippens , Heinz-Dieter Hasebrink , Werner Kik , Willi Koslowski , Herbert Weinberg and Helmut Littek the runner-up achieved. Essen was thus qualified for the promotion round. In which the team of coach Fritz Pliska prevailed against the rivals FC St. Pauli , 1. FC Saarbrücken and FC Schweinfurt 05 , Borgmann rose to the Bundesliga , he was not used in the promotion round. The first Bundesliga year was also the last for Borgmann, since Essen was relegated from bottom of the table, he played eight games and scored one goal. He played another year at the Essener Hafenstrasse, completed under the new coach Erich Ribbeck when reaching the runner-up in 1967/68 but only one league game and then returned to the STV Horst-Emscher in the amateur league Westphalia.


  • Achim Nöllenheidt (ed.): Fohlensturm am Katzenbusch. The history of the Regionalliga West 1963–1974. Volume 2, Klartext, Essen 1995, ISBN 3-88474-206-X .
  • Georg Schrepper, Uwe Wick: “… RWE again and again!” The story of Rot-Weiss-Essen. Verlag Die Werkstatt, Göttingen 2004, ISBN 3-89533-467-7 .

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