Hilmar Weilandt

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Hilmar Weilandt
birthday September 29, 1966
place of birth StralsundGDR
size 177 cm
position Midfielder , defender
Years station
1972-1977 BSG Greifswald NPP
1977-1985 FC Hansa Rostock
Years station Games (goals) 1
1985-2002 FC Hansa Rostock 365 (17)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1984 GDR U-18 7 (0)
1990 GDR B 1 (0)
1990 GDR 2 (0)
1 Only league games are given.

Hilmar Weilandt (born September 29, 1966 in Stralsund ) is a former German soccer player .

Athletic career

BSG, club and association stations

Weilandt joined the youth department of FC Hansa Rostock in 1977 from BSG Kernkraftwerk Greifswald . For the 1985/86 season, the defensive player moved into the squad of the Rostock Oberliga team, but was not used during the relegation season of the Hanseatic League. He made his debut on August 20, 1986 in the league , the second highest division in the GDR, in a league game for Hansa. With a goal in 20 games, he had a share in the Rostock's return to the elite class. In the FDGB Cup , Weilandt made it to the final with FC Hansa this season , in which coach Werner Voigt's team lost 4-1 to 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig and Weilandt was replaced in the 65th minute. In the following season 1987/88 Weilandt finished ninth with Rostock.

Hilmar Weilandt (above) cheering with Volker Röhrich

With the fourth place reached in 1988/89 Rostock qualified for the first time in two decades for the UEFA Cup , but retired there in 1989/90 in the first round against the Czechoslovak representative Baník Ostrava , with Weilandt being used in both games. After a sixth place in the league season 1989/90 , Rostock won the championship in the last championship round of the GDR in 1990/91 and thus qualified for the first all-German season of the Bundesliga . Weilandt not only made 22 league appearances for the Hanseatic League, but was also involved in the Hanseatic League's first ever cup final, which was held on June 2, 1991 .

After scoring ten goals in 103 appearances in the leagues of the East German Football Association and two goals in 17 appearances in the FDGB-Pokal, Weilandt played in the Bundesliga for the first time in 1991/92 , but only made eight appearances for FC Hansa, which was in the 2nd division at the end of the season Bundesliga relegation. Weilandt then developed again to become a regular player and scored four goals in 102 second division appearances in three years up to promotion to the Bundesliga in the 1994/95 season.

In 1995/96 and 1997/98 , Weilandt and Hansa took sixth place in the table in the top German division, but only in 1998 did Hansa take part in the UI Cup it achieved . Set for the third round, Rostock was eliminated in this against the Hungarian Debreceni Vasutas SC , with Weilandt being used in both games. From the 2000/01 season Weilandt was no longer part of the regular formation and completed in this as well as in the 2001/02 season only four missions, which Weilandt completed a total of 160 missions in the Bundesliga.

After 405 competitive appearances for FC Hansa Rostock - including 365 league, 36 cup and four European cup appearances - Weilandt ended his active career in summer 2002, which he had spent continuously at FC Hansa. Weilandt is the player with the most league appearances for Rostock and, after Juri Schlünz (406), played the second most competitive appearances for the Hanseatic League .

Selection bets

Hilmar Weilandt completed seven games for the youth team of communications . At the youth competitions of friendship in the summer of 1984, the Rostock finished seventh with the East German U-18 in Hungary.

In 1990, he was the last GDR coach Eduard Geyer twice in the GDR national team appointed.


In the GDR sports media of the 1980s, Weilandt was listed as an electrical mechanic. His son Tom Weilandt also played for Hansa Rostock.


  • Andreas Baingo , Michael Hohlfeld: Soccer selection player of the GDR. The encyclopedia. Sportverlag, Berlin 2000, ISBN 3-328-00875-6 , p. 205.
  • Michael Horn, Gottfried Weise : The great lexicon of GDR football. Schwarzkopf & Schwarzkopf, Berlin 2004, ISBN 3-89602-536-8 , p. 365.
  • Christian Karn, Reinhard Rehberg: Encyclopedia of German League Football. Volume 9: Player Lexicon 1963-1994. Bundesliga, regional league, 2nd league. AGON Sportverlag, Kassel 2012, ISBN 978-3-89784-214-4 , p. 537.
  • Hanns Leske : The GDR league players. A lexicon. AGON Sportverlag, Kassel 2014, ISBN 978-3-89784-392-9 , p. 568.

Web links

Commons : Hilmar Weilandt  - Collection of images, videos and audio files

Individual evidence

  1. Robert Rosentreter , Günter Simon: Always close to the wind. 40 years of FC Hansa Rostock . Die Werkstatt, Göttingen 2005, ISBN 3-89533-504-5 , page 206.
  2. ^ Matthias Arnhold: Hilmar Weilandt - Matches and Goals in Oberliga . RSSSF . January 4, 2018. Retrieved December 15, 2019.
  3. Robert Rosentreter, Günter Simon, pages 230-234.
  4. ^ Matthias Arnhold: Hilmar Weilandt - International Appearances . RSSSF . January 4, 2018. Retrieved December 15, 2019.