Hamburg ’74 : East Germany vs West Germany – Match Facts / Highlights


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Watched by match referee Senor Ramon Barretto Ruiz of Uruguay (center), the two team captains, West Germany’s FRANZ BECKENBAUER (5) and East Germany’s BERND BRANSCH, shake hands and pose for photographs prior to the start of the first-ever All-Deutschland Derby at the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg during the 1974 World Cup final tournament.
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June 22, 1974
Volksparkstadion
Hamburg, West Germany

1974 World Cup final tournament
Round Robin Stage, Group One

1 – EAST GERMANY ———— Sparwasser 77′
0 – WEST GERMANY

Attendance — 60,200

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The top goal-scorer at the 1970 World Cup final tournament held in Mexico, West Germany striker GERD MUELLER (13) of Bayern Munich, looks to shake the mark of East Germany defender KONRAD WEISE (4) of FC Carl Zeiss Jena at the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg. (Rolls Press/Popperfoto/Getty Images)
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EAST GERMANY
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GK —-# 1 — Juergen SPARWASSER ——- 27 – BSG Sachsenring Zwickau

DF —- # 2 — Lothar KURBJUWEIT ——– 23 – FC Carl Zeiss Jena
DF —- # 3 — Bernd BRANSCH —————- 29 – FC Carl Zeiss Jena
DF —- # 4 — Konrad WEISE ——————- 22 – FC Carl Zeiss Jena
DF – # 12 — Siegmar WAETZLICH ——— 26 – Dynamo Dresden

MF – # 13 — Reinhard LAUCK —————- 27 – Dynamo Berlin
MF – # 16 — Harald IRMSCHER ————- 28 – FC Carl Zeiss Jena
MF – # 18 — Gerd KISCHE ———————- 22 – Hansa Rostock

FW – # 14 — Juergen SPARWASSER —— 26 – FC Magdeburg
FW – # 10 — Hans Juergen KREISCHE —- 26 – Dynamo Dresden
FW – # 20 — Martin HOFFMANN ———— 19 – FC Magdeburg

substitutes
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MF – # 17 — Erich HAMANN ——————– 29 – FC Vorwaerts Frankfurt (Oder)
for Irmscher – 68th min

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During the only All-Deutschland Derby match ever played, Der Bomber, West Germany’s GERD MUELLER of Bayern Munich, fires in a shot at goal as East Germany defender KONRAD WEISE of FC Carl Zeiss Jena sticks out a boot to block at the Volksparkstadion in Hamburg. (Werner Baum/DPA/Corbis)
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WEST GERMANY
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GK —- # 1 — Sepp MAIER ———————— 30 – Bayern Munich

DF —- # 2 — Berti VOGTS ———————— 27 – Borussia Moenchengladbach
DF —- # 3 — Paul BREITNER —————— 22 – Bayern Munich
DF —- # 4 — H.G. SCHWARZENBECK —- 26 – Bayern Munich
DF —- # 5 — Franz BECKENBAUER ——– 28 – Bayern Munich

MF —- # 8 — Bernd CULLMANN ————- 24 – 1.FC Koeln
MF —- # 9 — Juergen GRABOWSKI ——– 29 – Eintracht Frankfurt
MF – # 12 — Wolfgang OVERATH ———- 30 – 1.FC Koeln
MF – # 15 — Heinz FLOHE ———————- 26 – 1.FC Koeln

FW – # 13 — Gerd MUELLER —————— 28 – Bayern Munich
FW – # 14 — Uli HOENESS ——————— 22 – Bayern Munich

substitutes
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DF —- # 6 — Horst Dieter HOETTGES —– 30 – Werder Bremen
for Schwarzenbeck – 68th min

MF – # 10 — Guenter NETZER —————- 29 – Real Madrid – (Spa)
for Overath – 69th min

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