Ulrich Oevermann (soccer player)

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Ulrich Oevermann
birthday 17th November 1956
place of birth RemdaGDR
size 180 cm
position Midfielder / Libero
Years station
1966-1973 BSG unit Rudolstadt
1973-1974 FC Carl Zeiss Jena
Years station Games (goals) 1
1974-1983 FC Carl Zeiss Jena 92 (10)
1983-1985 BSG Sachsenring Zwickau 44 (13)
1985-1989 BSG Wismut Gera 83 (28)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1974-1975 GDR U-18 2 (0)
1977-1977 DDR U-21 10 (0)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
1989-2002 BSG Jenaer Glaswerk / SV Jenaer Glas /
SV JENAer Glaswerk / SV Schott JENAer Glas
2002-2005 FC unit Rudolstadt
2005-2006 VfB 09 Poessneck
2006-2007 ZFC Meuselwitz
2007 VfB 09 Poessneck
2008-2011 SC 1903 Weimar
1 Only league games are given.

Ulrich Oevermann (born November 17, 1956 in Remda ) is a former German soccer player and today's coach . He played in the top division of GDR football , the Oberliga , for FC Carl Zeiss Jena . Oevermann was active as a young national player for the DFV .

Athletic career

BSG and club stations

Oevermann joined FC Carl Zeiss Jena in 1973 at the age of 16 from the company sports association (BSG) unit Rudolstadt . There he first played in the junior league. After completing his school days, he learned to be a precision mechanic. He played his first game in the GDR league on October 19, 1974, the 9th day of the 1974/75 season. In the match between FC Carl Zeiss and Stahl Riesa (2: 1) he was called up as a midfielder. In 1975/76, the 20-year-old Oevermann made ten league appearances, which he also played in midfield and five of which he played over the full distance. The 1.80 meter tall Oevermann made his breakthrough as a regular player in the 1976/77 season, in which he, now playing in the defense Libero , was used in 25 of the total of 26 Bundesliga point games.

After Oevermann had played all the league games of the season by February 1978, he suffered a serious injury that put him out of action by February 1979. In the next two years he was only used sporadically, and since Rüdiger Schnuphase had meanwhile taken over the libero position, Oevermann now moved into midfield. During this period he also missed Jena's only title while he was a member of FC Carl Zeiss - winning the GDR soccer cup in 1980. A year later he was part of the final squad for the 1980/81 European Cup Winners' Cup . However, he was only brought on in the 89th minute and was unable to avert the 2-1 defeat against Dinamo Tbilisi. 1981/82 Oevermann had another good season, he was able to play 20 league point games. After that, however, he was seriously injured again and could not complete a league game during the entire season 1982/83. He also stopped playing for FC Carl Zeiss Jena, which he left in the summer of 1983. Since 1974 he had played 92 times in the league and scored ten goals. He also played 16 GDR cup games (2 goals) and 18 European cup games.

At the beginning of the 1983/84 season, Oevermann moved to the senior league relegated BSG Sachsenring Zwickau . There he played again as a midfielder until May 1984 in the second-rate GDR league , after which he was drafted into military service. After his release in November 1985, he joined the BSG Wismut Gera , which also played in the GDR league. Between 1986 and 1988 he was team captain there. At the end of the 1988/89 season, Oevermann ended his career as an active football player.

Selection bets

In the mid-1970s, Oevermann played two matches with the GDR junior national team . At the 1975 UEFA youth tournament, the unofficial U-18 European Championship at this time, he was part of the DFV selection, but was not used in the course of the tournament. Between November 1976 and November 1977 he completed ten international youth games for the East German U-21s .

Coaching career

Following his playing career, Oevermann returned to Jena and began his coaching career at the BSG Jenaer Glaswerk in the late 1980s. As the successor to Rainer Schlutter , he led the works team of VEB Jenaer Glaswerk to 1st place in the Gera district league in the turning season . As in the previous year, the champions failed in the promotion round to the league. During his more than ten years of activity at the club from the Jena Oberaue , which changed names several times after reunification , he won the title in the Thuringian League in 1997 and thus rose to the then fourth-class upper league in the NOFV area .

From 2002 to 2005 he was in charge of FC Einheit Rudolstadt in the Thuringian League , briefly worked at ZFC Meuselwitz and at VfB 09 Pößneck in the Oberliga Nordost . From October 2008 he took over the training at SC 1903 Weimar in the now sixth class Thuringia league. In November 2011, the club stated that it had to part with him for economic reasons.


Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Lorenz Mirsch: SC 03 Weimar dismisses coach Oevermann after three years. In: Thuringian General . November 19, 2011, accessed January 12, 2020 .