|birthday||January 13, 1944|
|place of birth||Opladen , Germany|
|Bayer 04 Leverkusen|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|1967-1971||Arminia Bielefeld||117 (13)|
|1971-1972||VfL Klafeld-Geisweid 08||33(2)|
|1974-1976||SG Union Solingen|
|1 Only league games are given.|
Horst Stockhausen (born January 13, 1944 in Opladen ) is a former German football player . He played on the position of midfielder . From 1963 to 1974, he played a total of 241 league games and scored 28 goals in the second -rate regional football league West . After the runner-up in 1969/70 with Arminia Bielefeld , Stockhausen played 30 league games (2 goals) for Bielefeld in the 1970/71 Bundesliga .
In youth, Stockhausen made it into the Westphalian youth team under association trainer Heinz Murach . His home club was SV Langenfeld, from where he went to Bayer 04 Leverkusen before ending up at Fortuna Düsseldorf . In the senior division he played with Fortuna Düsseldorf from 1963 to 1965 in the West Regional Football League . Under coach Kuno Klötzer he made his debut on October 20, 1963 in a 1-0 away win at Duisburg 48/99 on left winger in the second-rate Regionalliga West. At the end of the round, Stockhausen had completed 21 league games with six goals at the side of teammates such as Hans-Josef Hellingrath , Karl Hoffmann , Peter Meyer , Reinhold Straus and Hermann Straschitz . Fortuna Düsseldorf took third place. Fortuna also occupied this rank in 1964/65, but now Stockhausen had only achieved 13 missions with one goal and therefore switched to league rivals Wuppertaler SV for the 1965/66 season . In his first season with the team from the Stadion am Zoo under coach Alfred Preißler and teammates like Emil Meisen , Manfred Reichert and Günter Augustat, he ranked fifth. Stockhausen had played 29 league games (2 goals). After his second year, 1966/67, he had completed 30 games with four goals for the WSV, he joined Arminia Bielefeld for the 1967/68 season.
In addition to Stockhausen, players such as Heinz-Dieter Lömm , Uwe Kleina , Norbert Leopoldseder and Ulrich Braun joined the team of coach Hans Wendlandt . Stockhausen played 26 league games for the Bielefelder Alm team and the DSC came fourth with striker Ernst Kuster . On September 17, 1967, in a 5-1 home win against his previous club Wuppertaler SV, Stockhausen made his debut for the DSC in the Regionalliga. In the attack formation with Dietmar Erler , Ulrich Braun, Ernst Kuster, Bernd Kirchner and Stockhausen, the Arminen had given the WSV no chance in front of 12,000 spectators, especially in the second half. In the second Bielefeld year, 1968/69 , he improved his personal record to 27 missions with six goals, but the DSC only placed seventh.
With the Arminia he was promoted to the Bundesliga in the 1969/70 season . In November 1969, coach Wendlandt was replaced by Egon Piechaczek . Bielefeld reached the runner-up behind VfL Bochum, Stockhausen had played in 30 of 34 league games and scored five goals for DSC, and thus moved into the Bundesliga promotion round. There Arminia met Tennis Borussia Berlin, VfL Osnabrück, Karlsruher SC and SV Alsenborn in a group of five. Stockhausen formed the midfield axis together with Gerd Knoth and often brought the attack with Gerd Roggensack , Kuster, Braun and Leopoldseder into play. With a 2-0 win at Tennis Borussia, Bielefeld sealed promotion to the Bundesliga on June 27, 1970. Kuster and Stockhausen distinguished themselves as goal scorers. In the promotion round, Stockhausen had played all eight games and scored two goals.
The midfielder completed all 34 Bundesliga games in the 1970/71 season , scoring two goals and one own goal. Bielefeld took 14th place. In the aftermath, this round was extremely burdened by the so-called Bundesliga scandal and Bielefeld was one of the clubs punished.
For the 1971/72 season he moved to the Regionalliga promoted VfL Klafeld-Geisweid 08 . At the side of teammates like Reza Adelkhani , Gerd vom Bruch , Hans Grieger and Peter Sichmann , however, he could not prevent immediate relegation as bottom of the table with 14:54 points. Stockhausen had played 33 regional league games and scored two goals. From 1972 he acted as a player-coach at OSC Solingen and the fusion association Union Solingen . With Union Ohligs he finished last season of the old second-rate Regionalliga West 1973/74 15th place and was again 32 games with two goals on the side of players like Gerd Knoth , Manfred circle , Jürgen teaching , Werner Lenz and Reinhold Nordmann completed . For Union Solingen Stockhausen ran in the 1975/76 season in the 2nd Bundesliga with one goal in 30 league games. In the summer of 1976 Stockhausen moved to the Lower Saxony Football Association as a coach .
From August 1, 1976, Horst Stockhausen became an association coach at the Lower Saxony Football Association (NFV). He collected the most popular national cup titles for the association. Under his direction, the B-Juniors triumphed in 1981, the pupils in 1986, the girls in 1994 and the U19 women in 1996. Stockhausen was a trained industrial clerk who, before entering the coaching business, worked as an office manager in a medical wholesaler and taught sports at schools. He has been retired since 2008.
- 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 .
- Jens Kirschneck, Klaus Linnenbrügger: Arminia Bielefeld. A club wants to go up. Publishing house Die Werkstatt. Göttingen 1997. ISBN 3-89533-182-1 .
- Achim Nöllenheidt (ed.): Fohlensturm am Katzenbusch. The history of the Regionalliga West 1963–1974. Volume 2, Klartext, Essen 1995, ISBN 3-88474-206-X .
- ^ Lower Saxony Football Association (ed.): Football in Lower Saxony. 50 years of the Lower Saxony Football Association. P. 84
- Horst Stockhausen at fussballdaten.de
- Horst Stockhausen's match record in the 1970/71 Bundesliga season
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||January 13, 1944|