Neisse, athletic and strong header of the ball defender who preferred the physical play, which belonged from 1900 to May 1906 football team Eimsbütteler TV , from 12 May 1906 to the end of season 1910/11 the football department of Eimsbütteler TV on. From then on, he and his team took part in the games organized by the Hamburg-Altonaer Fußball-Bund in the Hamburg-Altona district and, due to the level of play, in the first class. At the end of 1911 he moved to Vienna , where he played for several years for the local First Vienna FC 1894 in the championship organized by the Lower Austrian Football Association and held in the first class .
Selection / national team
As the first player on Eimsbütteler TV, he played an international match for the senior national team - the match held on October 16, 1910 in Kleve with the national team of the Netherlands was lost 2-1. In April 1911 he was used twice as a national player; on April 14th he parted with the national team with a 2-2 draw from the English amateur national team in Berlin and on April 23rd he lost the friendly against the Belgian national team in Liège with 2-1.
He was also a player in the selection team of the North German Football Association on May 25, 1911 in Berlin in the final of the Crown Prince's Cup , the competition for the selection teams of the regional associations, and won it with a 4-2 victory afterwards . against the national team of the Association of Southern German football clubs .
Neisse died at the age of 42 in his adopted home of the consequences of an appendix operation .
- Jürgen Bitter : Germany's national soccer player: the lexicon . SVB Sportverlag, Berlin 1997, ISBN 3-328-00749-0 .
- Lorenz Knieriem, Hardy Grüne : Player Lexicon 1890 - 1963 . In: Encyclopedia of German League Football . tape 8 . AGON, Kassel 2006, ISBN 3-89784-148-7 .
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||December 5, 1889|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Schleswig|
|DATE OF DEATH||October 20, 1932|
|Place of death||Vienna|