|Surname||William Georg Hartwig|
|birthday||5th October 1954|
|place of birth||Offenbach am Main , Germany|
|position||Defense , midfield|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|1973||→ VfL Osnabrück (loan)||29(8)|
|1974-1988||TSV 1860 Munich||121 (26)|
|1978-1984||Hamburger SV||182 (52)|
|1984-10 / 1985||1. FC Cologne||24(5)|
|10 / 1985-1986||SV Austria Salzburg||15(2)|
|1986-1988||FC 08 Homburg||4(0)|
|1993||Blue and white Friedrichstadt|
|Stations as a trainer|
|1990||Chemie Böhlen / FC Sachsen Leipzig|
|1 Only league games are given.|
The son of an American soldier and an Offenbach woman started his Bundesliga career in 1972 in his home club Kickers Offenbach after completing his apprenticeship as a mechanical engineer . In 1974 he moved to TSV 1860 Munich , which was promoted to the Bundesliga in 1977. From 1978 to 1984 he reached three German championships at HSV, a UEFA Cup final, once the national champions' cup, two A national games, six B national games and eight Olympic selection games. After two years with 1. FC Köln , one year with Casino Salzburg and one year with FC 08 Homburg, he ended his active career as a professional player in 1988. After acquiring the coach A license from the DFB, he first became a coach at FC Augsburg and then became the first West German coach at FC Sachsen Leipzig .
When cancer was diagnosed for the first time in 1991 and the second time in 1993, Jimmy Hartwig initially concentrated on the fight against the disease and wrote his first biography I want to do so much more ... My childhood, my career, my illness , the Published in 1994 by Gustav Lübbe Verlag. He founded the first football school for young people in St. Peter-Ording and Bad Griesbach.
In 1997 he started his television career with German sports television (now Sport1 ), where, among other things , he hosted the first German call-in-show Mittendrin .
Since 2002 he has been active as a stage actor. At first he appeared as Herr Mäch - alongside Ben Becker at the German National Theater in Weimar in Bert Brechts Baal . In 2005 he had another appearance in Weimar as Duke Suffolk in Margareta. Eddy. Dirty rich . In 2007 he was diagnosed with a brain tumor. From 2008 an autobiographical piece was published with the name Eine Legende auf dem Couch with him and Thomas Thieme. In 2009 he held the title role as Woyzeck in Büchner I Leipzig I Revolte at the Centraltheater Leipzig , in 2014 the lead role as Uwe in Albert Ostermaier's Spiel ohne Ball at the Grand théâtre de la ville de Luxembourg . In the 2017/2018 season, Jimmy Hartwig played a guest role as Der Baron in Roxy and her wonder team at the Musiktheater Augsburg. In 2010, B&S Siebenhaar Verlag published his second biography, I stayed a fighter. My victories, my crises, my life .
Today (as of 2019), Jimmy Hartwig works as an AOK health ambassador with health prevention, was the initiator of the Munich Nations Cup and integration ambassador of the German Football Association . He is also a member of the DFB “Social Responsibility” commission and the Board of Trustees of the Social Foundation of the Bavarian Football Association. For his great commitment he was awarded the Bavarian State Medal for Social Merit in May 2019 . Jimmy Hartwig is married for the fourth time, has three children, including the actor Daniel Hartwig , and lives with his family in Inning am Ammersee .
Hartwig began his career in 1972 on the Bieberer Berg with Kickers Offenbach . In 1973 he was loaned to VfL Osnabrück. In 1974 he moved to TSV 1860 Munich, with whom he was promoted to the Bundesliga in 1977. From 1978 to 1984 he played for Hamburger SV, with whom he was three times German champion and won the European Cup. In this team he was used in defensive midfield. In 1984 he moved to 1. FC Köln and in 1987 came to FC Homburg via Austria Salzburg, where he had to end his career in 1988 due to a knee injury. Hartwig played twice for the German national soccer team.
Success as a player
- 1979 , 1982 , 1983 - German champion (with Hamburger SV)
- 1980 , 1981 , 1984 - German Vice-Champion (with Hamburger SV)
- 1980 - European Champion's Cup final
- 1982 - UEFA Cup Final
- 1983 - Winner of the European Champion Clubs' Cup
- 1983 - World Cup final
(each with Hamburger SV)
(with 1. FC Köln)
- 2 international caps
- 6 international B matches ; 2 goals
- 8 games in the Olympic team , 1 goal
1st National League
- 34 games; 6 goals TSV 1860 Munich
- 182 games; 52 goals from Hamburger SV
- 24 games; 5 goals 1. FC Cologne
- 4 games FC Homburg
- 3 games; 1 goal 1. FC Cologne
- 9 games 1. FC Köln
In 2008, the scenic play Die Legende auf der Couch with Jimmy Hartwig as himself and Thomas Thieme as the main actor took place as part of the Movimentos (festival weeks of the Autostadt Wolfsburg). The project is based on Hartwig's 1994 biography I want to do so much and on motifs by the author Thomas Potzger and met with great approval from critics.
In 2009, Georg Büchner's Woyzeck with Jimmy Hartwig in the title role, directed by Thomas Thieme, premiered at the Centraltheater Leipzig . Maike Schiller wrote about this performance: “His concentration is almost tangible, his voice also carries the rank. Anyone who hoped for embarrassment will be disappointed. As strange as it may sound: Jimmy Hartwig does his job. Not spectacular, but not bad either. "
In 2014 he played the main role as the tragic figure "Uwe" in the world premiere of the play Spiel ohne Ball by Albert Ostermaier . Albert Ostermaier about Jimmy Hartwig: “He puts an incredibly great soul into everything, shows sensitivity and vulnerability. Even if he lacks the training of an actor, he develops an irrepressible strength and charisma on stage. He's not about the vanity of being in the spotlight. He simply has the need to tell something. "
In 2017/2018 Jimmy Hartwig played a guest role as "Der Baron" in Roxy and her wonder team at the Musiktheater Augsburg.
- 2002: Kaufmann Mäch in Baal by Bertolt Brecht (director: Thomas Thieme ) at the German National Theater Weimar
- 2005: Duke Suffolk in Margaretha. Eddy. Dirty Rich by Tom Lanoye and Luk Perceval (director: Thomas Thieme) at the Nationaltheater Weimar
- 2008: As he himself in Eine Legende lies on Thomas Potzger's couch based on motifs from Hartwig's biography, Movimentos, Festwochen Wolfsburg
- 2009: Title role in Woyzeck by Georg Büchner (director: Thomas Thieme) at the Centraltheater Leipzig
- 2014: Leading role in Spiel ohne Ball by Albert Ostermaier (director: Johannes Zametzer) at the Grand théâtre de la ville de Luxembourg and others
- 2017/18: Roxy and her wonderful team by Paul Abraham in the Augsburg Theater
Movie and TV
From 1997 to 1999 he hosted the program “Mittendrin” on DSF (German Sport Television).
He also took part in the second season of I'm a Star - Get Me Out of Here in 2004 , which he finished fourth.
Stefan Panzner: Real life: Jimmy Hartwig - getting stuck is not an option . Documentary, 2020, 28:57 min.
- 1980: Mama Calypso
- "I still want to do so much ..." My childhood, my career, my illness. Bergisch Gladbach 1994, ISBN 3-404-61309-0
- “I remained a fighter.” My victories, my crises, my life. Siebenhaar-Verlag, Berlin 2010, ISBN 3-936962-86-3
- Literature by and about Jimmy Hartwig in the catalog of the German National Library
- Jimmy Hartwig in the database of weltfussball.de
- Jimmy Hartwig in the database of fussballdaten.de
- Jimmy Hartwig in the database of transfermarkt.de
- Jimmy Hartwig in the database of National-Football-Teams.com (English)
- Jimmy Hartwig in the Internet Movie Database (English)
- Official site of Jimmy Hartwig
- He who is silent is not brave. In: op-online.de . October 4, 2019(interview with Jimmy Hartwig on the occasion of his 65th birthday).
- Jimmy Hartwig has cancer again , welt.de, September 10, 2017
- Musiktheater Augsburg , report on sueddeutsche.de
- Munich Nations Cups
- Integration , report on dfb.de.
- DFB Commission for Social Responsibility
- Social Foundation of the Bavarian Football Association
- State Medal for Social Merit , report on bfv.de.
- Titus Arnu: Jimmy Hartwig. Accessed December 31, 2019 .
- Lucas Vogelsang : Home earth. A world tour through Germany . Construction Verlag, Berlin 2017, ISBN 978-3-351-03671-3 , p. 40.
- Jimmy Hartwig's club career , accessed on October 22, 2017
- Matthias Arnhold: William Georg 'Jimmy' Hartwig - Matches and Goals in Bundesliga . RSSSF . May 11, 2017. Retrieved May 12, 2017.
- Matthias Arnhold: William Georg 'Jimmy' Hartwig - International Appearances . RSSSF . May 11, 2017. Retrieved May 12, 2017.
- Maike Schiller: The strength of a bull, the soul of a little boy . In: Hamburger Abendblatt from October 17, 2009.
- Play without the ball
- Game without a ball , report on Abendzeitung-muenchen.de
- Football songs at FC45
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Hartwig, William Georg|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German soccer player, coach and theater actor|
|DATE OF BIRTH||5th October 1954|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Offenbach am Main|