Horst Blechinger

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Horst Blechinger
birthday September 26, 1940
place of birth KipfenbergGermany
date of death November 28, 2017
Place of death IngolstadtGermany
position Storm
Years station Games (goals) 1
1963-1964 ESV Ingolstadt 27 0(2)
1964-1966 TSV Schwaben Augsburg 68 (11)
1966-1968 FC Schalke 04 64 0(6)
1968-1970 Karlsruher SC 54 0(7)
1 Only league games are given.

Horst Blechinger (born September 26, 1940 in Kipfenberg ; † November 28, 2017 in Ingolstadt ) was a German football player . From 1966 to 1968, the offensive player played 64 games in the Bundesliga with FC Schalke 04 and scored six goals.


The attacker Horst Blechinger already belonged to the ESV Ingolstadt team in the 2nd league south in the 1962/63 season , which was runner-up there and was therefore eligible to start the 1963/64 round in the new regional league south . In the second division, the winger stormed - from December 4, 1963, Karl Mai was in charge of training at ESV - in 27 regional league games and scored two goals. At the end of the round, the railway workers took twelfth place and Blechinger had shown himself to be equal to the performance requirements of the regional league alongside his teammates Willibald Mikulasch and Klaus Slatina . In the summer of 1964 he joined the fourth of the 1963/64 season, the TSV Schwaben Augsburg . There he played for the next two years. Blechinger was always part of the regular cast of the purple-whites. In the first year he formed the right wing with the 20-time goalscorer Kurt Haseneder and in the second year in Swabia with Norbert Wodarzik . After the 1965/66 season he moved to the Bundesliga for FC Schalke 04 after a total of 68 league games with eleven goals for the Swabians .

With the Royal Blues , he made his Bundesliga debut on August 20, 1966 at the 0-0 season start in the home game against Borussia Mönchengladbach . The attack by the home eleven was occupied by Willi Kraus , Günter Herrmann , Manfred Kreuz , Gerhard Neuser and Blechinger. In Fritz Langner's team , only Blechinger and Klaus Fichtel played all 34 Bundesliga games for Schalke this season. As a result, he also experienced the 0:11 bankruptcy against the Weisweiler-Elf on January 7, 1967 on the Gladbacher Bökelberg, where Bernd Rupp stood out with four and Herbert L Genealogie with three goals. In his second Bundesliga year, 1967/68, he reached 30 missions with one goal under coach Karl-Heinz Marotzke (until November 13, 1967) and his successor Günter Brocker . On matchday 34, May 25, 1968, he was part of the Schalke team that ended the season with a 0-0 draw against Eintracht Frankfurt with 30:38 points in 15th place in the table. After 64 games for the Knappen, he was hired by Karlsruher SC . With the KSC, he celebrated the championship in his first season in 1968/69 under coach Kurt Baluses and teammates Jupp Marx , Eugen Ehmann , Helmut Kafka , Klaus Slatina , Jürgen Weidlandt , Horst Wild and Christian Müller . On the 33rd match day, May 3, 1969, he suffered a protracted injury that prevented him from participating in the following round of promotion to the Bundesliga. In the following year, the KSC took second place behind Kickers Offenbach in the Regionalliga Süd. Now Blechinger had completed 20 missions and scored three goals. His last regional league game was dated May 3, 1970, when KSC celebrated a 4-2 away win at SpVgg Bayreuth. In the promotion round, the KSC failed to Arminia Bielefeld . Blechinger played twice.

As a trainer he was later u. a. active at VfB Eichstätt and made it into the district league of Upper Bavaria with this in 1974. In 1985 Blechinger was promoted to the Landesliga Süd with VfR Neuburg and in 1987 he led MTV Ingolstadt to the Bayernliga .


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Individual evidence

  1. ^ Donaukurier, September 24, 2010
  2. Ingolstadt: Horst Blechinger is dead . In: donaukurier.de . ( donaukurier.de [accessed December 1, 2017]).
  3. Club history , vfb-eichstaett.de; Accessed April 2, 2018