Josef Streb

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Josef Streb (born April 16, 1912 ), also called "Sepp", is a former German football player.



Emerging from the Arbeiter-Turn- und Sportbund (ATSB) , Streb was a right wing runner to FC Wacker Munich from 1932 to 1935 , for which he initially played in the championship of the Southern Bavarian group within the Bavarian regional league, point games, held by the South German Football Association denied. From 1933 to 1935 he played in the Gauliga Bayern , in one of initially 16, later increased to 23 Gauligen at the time of National Socialism as a uniform top division in the German Empire .

Selection / national team

Streb was used as a player in the Bavarian regional selection team in the competition for the 1934 Kampfspiel-Pokal . He reached with the team after the Gauauwahlmannschaft on 26 July 1934 Nordmark in Nuremberg with 2: 1 was defeated, the final . With the 5: 3 victory of the district selection team Southwest , the cup went to them.

During to 10 June on 27 May 1934 held in Italy in World Cup , where the senior team participated belonged, he was not the squad , was, however - along with goalkeeper Fritz Buchloh from VfB Speldorf and defender Franz Dienert from VfB Mühlburg - on Ready to call; he was not used.

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ Karl-Heinz Jens: "The Soccer World Cup in Statistics", in Kicker-Sportmagazin No. 58/1974, p. 54.