front row, right
and teammate of VfB 1910 Gleiwitz
as Oberschlesischer Bezirksmeister 1935
|birthday||May 21, 1916|
|place of birth||Gleiwitz , German Empire|
|date of death||March 20, 1995|
|Years||station||Games (goals) 1|
|-1937||VfB 1910 Gliwice|
|1937-1943||Forward RaSpo Gleiwitz|
|1939||VfL Cologne 1899 (guest player)|
|1943-1945||Breslauer SpVgg 02|
|1945-1949||Stuttgart Kickers||92 (42)|
|1950-1951||FV Kornwestheim ( player-coach )|
|Stations as a trainer|
|1 Only league games are given.|
Reinhard Schaletzki (born May 21, 1916 in Gliwice ; † March 20, 1995 ), nicknamed "Schalle", was a German football player who played two international matches for the senior national team of the DFB under coach Sepp Herberger in 1939 .
Schaletzki emerged as a player in VfB 1910 Gleiwitz , with whom he won the championship at the end of the 1934/35 season in the second-rate district league of Upper Silesia . In 1937 he switched to SV Vorwärts-Rasensport Gleiwitz as a strong half-striker , with whom he was a member of the club from 1937 to 1943 and won the championship in the Gauliga Schlesien four times in a row , one of initially 16, later increased to 23 Gauligen at the time of National Socialism as the uniform top division in the German Reich , three times - except in 1940 - reached the final round of the German championship . In the total of eleven finals, he scored seven goals, all in the six Group 4 games in 1938/39 .
From November to December 1939 he was active as a war guest player for VfL Cologne 1899 and played two games in the competition for the Tschammer Cup . On November 19th he scored three goals in the second final round in a 6-1 win at Borussia Dortmund , and on December 10th in the round of 16 in the 1-3 loss against SC Wacker Wien .
The 1943/44 season he played in the Gauliga Lower Silesia for the Breslauer SpVgg 02 in the Breslau B season of the Breslau group . As the winner of this emerged he won the two- legged Breslau final on January 23 and February 6, 1944 against SC Vorwärts Breslau , the winner of the Wroclaw A relay, with an overall result of 12: 0. The subsequent round- robin final of the Lower Silesia Gaume Championship was won by STC Hirschberg without losing points.
After the Second World War he played from 1945 to 1949 together with the former national players Albert Sing , Edmund Conen and Helmut Jahn , who were last active in 1942 , for the Stuttgarter Kickers in the Oberliga Süd ; He scored 41 goals in 89 league games. The 1947/48 season stood out with 113 goals scored and the third place achieved with it. There had been temporary trouble in the spring of 1947 when Schaletzki had secretly played two private games for VfL Freiburg during a suspension .
The 1949/50 season he played for Freiburg FC in the group south of the Oberliga Südwest , the 1950/51 season again for the Stuttgarter Kickers in the 2nd Oberliga Südwest , which was completed as a master. At the same time, he was active in 1950/51 as a player-coach for FV Kornwestheim in the 1st Amateur League Württemberg .
Selection / national team
As a player in the district selection team of Silesia, he took part in the district selection competition for the Reichsbund Cup. After the victories in the last sixteen and quarter-finals in the 5-0 victory over the Gauwahlmannschaft Nordmark and the 4-1 victory over the Gauwahlmannschaft Ostmark , he and his team reached the semifinals scheduled for February 5, 1939 in Stuttgart , which was based on the Adolf- Hitler-Kampfbahn was decided 2-1 against the Wuerttemberg regional team thanks to his winning goal in the 89th minute. Also in the final, which was held on March 5, 1939 in the Dresden stadium at the Ostragehege , he scored a goal in a 2-1 victory over the Gauwahlmannschaft Bayern with the goal of 2-0 in the 48th minute. With Wilhelm Koppa , Richard Kubus , Günther Mettke , Robert Pischzek , Ernst Plener , and Alfred Wydra , six other players from his club played in the final.
As a player of the SV Vorwärts-Rasensport Gleiwitz , he came as a national player on June 22nd and 29th 1939 in the 4-0 victory over the Norwegian national team in Oslo and in the 2-0 victory over the Estonia national team in Tallinn , against which he Goal to the final score in the 60th minute succeeded to use.
- Champion 2nd Oberliga Süd 1951
- Wroclaw Master 1944
- Gaumeister Silesia 1938 , 1939 , 1940 , 1941
- District Master of Upper Silesia in 1935
- Reichsbund Cup winner 1939
During his guest stint at Breslauer SpVgg 02 in 1943 , he had a former national player and teammate from their time together at SV Vorwärts-Rasensport Gleiwitz in Ernst Plener . During this time, a close friendship developed with the player of the FV Daxlanden , August Klingler , which on August 26, 1943 led to him staying in Karlsruhe as Klingler's best man .
- Sport (Munich), No. 17/1947, page 7
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Sound (nickname)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||German soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||May 21, 1916|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Gleiwitz , German Empire|
|DATE OF DEATH||March 20, 1995|