Peter Blusch

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Peter Blusch (born June 11, 1942 in Breslau) is a former German soccer player . From 1964 to 1971, the defender played a total of 174 Bundesliga games and scored ten goals in the Bundesliga for the clubs Eintracht Frankfurt , 1. FC Köln and 1. FC Kaiserslautern .


Peter Blusch was born in 1942 as Peter Bluskowicz in the east of Germany and soon after the war ended with his family in Siegerland . He began as a child in the youth of Sportfreunde Siegen , where he was discovered by long-time youth coach Rudi Brückmann as a promising talent. As an 18-year-old in 1960, he immediately received a regular place in the 1st team of Sportfreunde, which, under coach Herbert Schäfer, achieved the championship in the Westphalia Association and thus promotion to the 2nd West League. At the side of teammates like Paul Haase , Albert Kühn and Gerhard Neuser , Blusch was active in the West German 2nd division from 1961 to 1963. Siegen was eighth in 1962 and fifth in 1963, and Blusch had played a total of 46 second division games and scored six goals. In the debut year of the new second-class Regionalliga West, in the 1963/64 season , Siegen only finished 18th and had to return to the amateur camp. Blusch played 25 games in the regional league and scored four goals.

In 1964 Blusch moved to Eintracht Frankfurt in the 1st Bundesliga. There he completed a total of 110 games. His three total expulsions alone in the season are still 1966/67 Bundesliga he moved to the -Rekord.1968 Rhine to 1. FC Köln for which he started 44 times. As German runner-up he went to 1. FC Kaiserslautern in 1970 , for whom he played 20 times. In his career, the defender and midfielder scored a total of 10 goals.

In 1965 Peter Blusch was even about to join the national soccer team . On March 10, 1965, he was used as a right defender in front of goalkeeper Manfred Manglitz in the international B match against the Netherlands . In the same game, Franz Beckenbauer and Günter Netzer also made their international debut.

After his time in the Bundesliga, Blusch played for Neuchâtel Xamax in Switzerland and was player-coach at FC Vaduz in Liechtenstein .



  • 1st National League
  • 110 games; 5 goals Eintracht Frankfurt
  • 044 games; 3 goals 1. FC Cologne
  • 020 games; 2 goals 1. FC Kaiserslautern
  • Nationalliga A (Switzerland)
  • 016 games; 2 goals Neuchâtel Xamax
  • 025 games; 3 goals FC Luzern
  • 008 games; 2 goals FC Biel-Bienne


  • 1970 German vice-champion


  • 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. 60.

Individual evidence

  1. Peter Blusch - player profile. Retrieved February 19, 2020 .
  2. KHHof: Siegerländer Sports stories Verländer GmbH & Co. KG, ISBN 3-00-002216-3