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11.02.1970: Spain v Germany 2-0 (in Sevilla) (F)

Referee: Vigliani (France), attendance: 35,000

GK: Maier, Manglitz
DF: Vogts, Beckenbauer, Willi Schulz, Schnellinger, Fichtel, Höttges, Weber
MF: Haller, Netzer, Overath, Neuberger
FW: Libuda, Gerd Müller, Seeler, Grabowski

Spain: Iribar – Sol (85. Melo), Costas, Gallego, Eladio – Lora, Uriarte – Amancio, Arieta, Garate (70. Gross), Rojo

Germany: 1 Manglitz – 2 Vogts, 5 Schulz, 6 Weber, 3 Schnellinger – 10 Haller, 4 Netzer – 7 Libuda, 8 G.Müller, 9 Seeler (c), 11 Grabowski

Scorer: 1-0, 2-0 Arieta (17., 41.)

08.04.1970: Germany v Romania 1-1 (in Stuttgart) (F)

Referee: Emsberger (Hungary), attendance: 37,000 

GK: Maier, Manglitz
DF: Vogts, Beckenbauer, Schnellinger, Höttges, Sieloff
MF: Haller, Overath, Roth, Weber, Lorenz
FW: Gerd Müller, Grabowski, Löhr, Maas

Germany: 1 Maier – 2 Vogts, 4 Beckenbauer, 5 Schnellinger, 3 Höttges – 6 Weber (84. Sieloff), 8 Haller (60. Lorenz), 10 Overath (c) – 7 Grabowski, 9 G.Müller, 11 Maas (46. Roth)

Romania: Raducanu – Satmareanu, Lubescu, Dinu, Mocanu – Dimitru, Dobrin (77. Gergely) – Neagu, Nunweiler, Dumitrache, Lucescu (79. Dembrovski)

Scorers: 0-1 Neagu (20.), 1-1 Overath (33.) 

09.05.1970: Germany v Eire 2-1 (in Berlin) (F)

Referee: Boström (Sweden), attendance: 60,000 

GK: Maier, Manglitz, Wolter
DF: Vogts, Willi Schulz, Weber, Sieloff, Fichtel, Höttges, Patzke
MF: Beckenbauer, Netzer, Overath, Lorenz, Dietrich
FW: Grabowski, Libuda, Seeler, Held, Gerd Müller, Löhr

Germany: 1 Wolter – 2 Patzke, 5 Schulz, 6 Weber, 3 Vogts – 7 Grabowski (46. Dietrich), 4 Beckenbauer, 10 Overath (76. Held) – 8 Seeler, 9 G.Müller, 11 Löhr

Eire: Kelly – Brennan, Hand, Dempsey, Carroll – Mulligan, Giles, Byrne – Conway (60. Dunphy), Givens (87. Tracy), Conroy

Scorers: 1-0 Seeler (17.), 2-0 Löhr (82.), 2-1 Mulligan (86.)

13.05.1970: Germany v Yugoslavia 1-0 (in Hanover) (F)

Referee: Scheurer (Switzerland), attendance: 60,000

Germany: 1 Manglitz – 2 Vogts, 5 Schnellinger, 6 Fichtel, 3 Höttges – 8 Seeler, 4 Beckenbauer, 10 Overath – 7 Libuda, 9 G.Müller, 11 Löhr

Yugoslavia: Mutibaric – Rajkovic, Stepanovic, Holcer, Tesan – Dojcinovski, Jerkovic, Bukal – Petkovic, Bajevic, Dzajic

Scorer: 1-0 Seeler (10.) 

1970 World Cup roster

01 Josef Maier (Bayern München), 26 years, 19 A, Goalkeeper 
02 Horst-Dieter Höttges (Werder Bremen), 26 years, 39 A, Full Back 
03 Karl-Heinz Schnellinger (AC Milan), 31 years, 41 A, Full Back/Central Defender
04 Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern München), 24 years, 38 A, Midfielder/Central Defender
05 Willibald Schulz (Hamburger SV), 31 years, 63 A, Central Defender
06 Wolfgang Weber (1. FC Köln), 25 years, 37 A, Central Defender
07 Hans-Hubert Vogts (Bor. Mönchengladbach), 23 years, 24 A, Full Back  
08 Helmut Haller (Juventus), 30 years, 32 A, Midfielder 
09 Uwe Seeler (Hamburger SV), 33 years, 65 A, Striker/Midfielder 
10 Sigfried Held (Borussia Dortmund), 27 years, 27 A, Winger/Forward 
11 Klaus Fichtel (FC Schalke 04), 25 years, 13 A, Central Defender 
12 Wolfgang Overath (1. FC Köln), 26 years, 49 A, Midfielder 
13 Gerhard Müller (Bayern München), 24 years, 19 A, Striker 
14 Reinhard Libuda (FC Schalke 04), 26 years, 15 A, Winger 
15 Wolfgang Patzke (Hertha BSC), 27 years, 19 A, Full Back 
16 Maximilian Lorenz (Eintracht Braunschweig), 30 years, 18 A, Full Back/Midfielder 
17 Johannes Löhr (1. FC Köln), 27 years, 13 A, Winger 
18 Klaus-Dieter Sieloff (Bor. Mönchengladbach), 28 years, 9 A, Central Defender 
19 Peter Dietrich (Bor. Mönchengladbach), 26 years, 1 A, Midfielder 
20 Jürgen Grabowski (Eintracht Frankfurt), 25 years, 7 A, Winger 
21 Manfred Manglitz (1. FC Köln), 30 years, 4 A, Goalkeeper 
22 Horst Wolter (Eintracht Braunschweig), 27 years, 12 A, Goalkeeper 

03.06.1970: Germany v Morocco 2-1 (in Léon) (WC)

Referee: Ravens (Netherlands), attendance: 8,000 

Germany: 1 Maier – 7 Vogts, 5 Schulz, 11 Fichtel, 2 Höttges (74. Löhr) – 8 Haller (46. Grabowski), 4 Beckenbauer, 12 Overath – 9 Seeler (c), 13 G.Müller, 10 Held

Morocco: 1 Allal – 2 Abdallah, 4 Mouley, 5 Slimani, 3 Boujemaa – 6 Mahroufi, 8 Bamous (72. Faras), 10 Filali – 7 Said, 14 Houmane, 11 Ghazouani (55. Abdelkhader)

Scorers: 0-1 Houmane (21.), 1-1 Seeler (56.), 2-1 Müller (80.) 

07.06.1970: Germany v Bulgaria 5-2 (in Léon) (WC)

Referee: De Mendibil (Spain), attendance: 9,000 

Germany: 1 Maier – 7 Vogts, 3 Schnellinger, 11 Fichtel, 2 Höttges – 9 Seeler (c), 4 Beckenbauer (73. Weber), 12 Overath – 14 Libuda, 13 G.Müller, 17 Löhr (59. Grabowski)

Bulgaria: 1 Simeonov – 12 Gaidarski,  14 Yechev, 16 Nikodimov, 15 Gaganelov  (58. Shalamanov) – 8 Bonev,  6 Penev – 17 Kolev, 18 Marashliev, 19 Asparukhov, 11 Dermendjiev (46. Mitkov)

Scorers:  0-1 Nikodimov (11.), 1-1 Libuda (19.), 2-1 G.Müller (27.), 3-1 G.Müller (52., pen.), 4-1 Seeler (70.), 5-1 G.Müller (88.), 5-2 Kolev (89.)

10.06.1970: Germany v Peru 3-0 (in Léon) (WC)

Referee: Aguilar (Mexico), attendance: 15,000 

Germany: 1 Maier – 7 Vogts, 3 Schnellinger, 11 Fichtel, 2 Höttges (46. Patzke) – 9 Seeler, 4 Beckenbauer, 12 Overath – 14 Libuda (74. Grabowski), 13 G.Müller, 17 Löhr

Peru: 1 Rubinos – 13 P.Gonzalez, 3 De La Torre, 4 Chumpitaz, 5 Fuentes – 6 Mifflin, 7 Challe (70. Cruzado) – 20 Sotil, 9 Leon (56. Ramirez), 10 Cubillas, 11 Gallardo

Scorers: 1-0, 2-0, 3-0 Müller (20., 26., 38.), 3-1 Cubillas (43.)

14.06.1970: Germany v England 3-2 a.e.t (in Léon) (WC)

Referee: Coerezza (Argentina), attendance: 28,000 

Germany: 1 Maier – 7 Vogts, 3 Schnellinger, 11 Fichtel, 2 Höttges (46. Schulz) – 9 Seeler (c), 4 Beckenbauer, 12 Overath – 14 Libuda (56. Grabowski), 13 G.Müller, 17 Löhr

England: 12 Bonetti – 2 Newton, 5 Labone, 6 Moore, 3 Cooper – 8 Ball, 9 R.Charlton (68. Bell), 4 Mullery, 11 Peters (79. Hunter) – 7 Lee, 10 Hurst 

Scorers: 0-1 Mullery (23.), 0-2 Peters (50.), 1-2 Beckenbauer (69.), 2-2 Seeler (82.), 3-2 Müller (108.)

17.06.1970: Germany v Italy 3-4 a.e.t. (in Mexico-City) (WC)

Referee: Yamasaki (Mexico), attendance: 110,000 

Germany: 1 Maier – 7 Vogts, 3 Schnellinger, 5 Schulz, 15 Patzke (66. Held) – 4 Beckenbauer, 12 Overath – 20 Grabowski, 9 Seeler (c), 13 G.Müller, 17 Löhr (52. Libuda)

Italy: 1 Albertosi – 5 Cera – 2 Burgnich, 10 Bertini, 8 Rosato (91. Poletti), 3 Facchetti – 13 Domenghini, 15 Mazzola (46. Rivera), 16 De Sisti – 20 Boninsegna, 11 Riva

Scorers: 0-1 Boninsegna (7.), 1-1 Schnellinger (90.), 2-1 G.Müller (95.), 2-2 Burgnich (99.), 2-3 Riva (104.), 3-3 G.Müller (109.), 3-4 Rivera (111.)

20.06.1970: Germany v Uruguay 1-0 (in Mexico-City) (WC)

Referee: Sbardella (Italy), attendance: 85,000 

Germany: 22 Wolter – 15 Patzke, 3 Schnellinger (46. Lorenz), 6 Weber, 7 Vogts – 9 Seeler (c), 11 Fichtel, 12 Overath – 14 Libuda (74. Löhr), 13 G.Müller, 10 Held

Uruguay: 1 Mazurkiewicz – 4 Ubina, 2 Ancheta, 3 Matosas, 6 Mujica – 10 Maneiro (68. Sandoval), 5 Montero-Castillo, 15 Fontes (46. Esparrago) – 7 Cubilla, 20 Cortes, 11 Morales

Scorer: 1-0 Overath (27.) 

09.09.1970: Germany v Hungary 3-1 (in Nuremberg) (F)

Referee: Marschall (Austria), attendance: 70,000 

German roster: 
GK: Maier, Nigbur
DF: Vogts, Weber, Sieloff, Höttges, Patzke
MF: Beckenbauer, Flohe, Neuberger, Fichtel
FW: Löhr, Held, Seeler, Gerd Müller, Libuda, Grabowski

Germany: 1 Maier – 2 Vogts, 5 Sieloff, 6 Weber, 3 Höttges – 4 Beckenbauer, 8 Fichtel – 7 Grabowski, 8 Seeler (c), 9 G.Müller, 11 Löhr (46. Libuda)  

Hungary: Rothermel – Nosko, Pancics (46. Meszöly), Konrad, Megyesi – Halmosi, Karsai – Fazekas, Kocsis, Bene, Kozma (46. A.Dunai)

Scorers: 1-0 Sieloff (11.), 2-0 Müller (22.), 2-1 Fazekas (32.), 3-1 Müller (53.)

17.10.1970: Germany v Turkey 1-1 (in Cologne) (ECQ)

Referee: Bonett (Malta), attendance: 53,000

German roster: 
GK: Maier, Wolter
DF: Vogts, Bella, Sieloff, Weber, Höttges
MF: Beckenbauer, Overath, Fichtel, Dietrich
FW: Libuda, Grabowski, Löhr, Held, Gerd Müller, Heynckes

Germany: 1 Maier – 2 Vogts, 5 Sieloff (66. Heynckes), 6 Weber, 3 Höttges – 8 Fichtel, 4 Beckenbauer, 10 Overath (c) – 7 Libuda, 9 G.Müller, 11 Grabowski

Turkey: Artuner – Aktuna, Eratli, Sipahi, Acuner – Sengül, Yavuz, Sarialioglu – Metin, Turan (46. Senol), Konca

Scorers: 0-1 Yavuz (16.), 1-1 Müller (36., pen.)

18.11.1970: Yugoslavia v Germany 2-0 (in Zagreb) (F)

Referee: Vizhanyo (Hungary), attendance: 25,000 

German roster: 
GK: Maier, Gross
DF: Vogts, Bella, Sieloff, Weber, Höttges
MF: Beckenbauer, Overath, Netzer, Flohe, Roth
FW: Libuda, Heynckes, Grabowski, Held

Yugoslavia: Dautbegovic – Rajkovic, Paunovic, Holcer, Stepanovic – Antonijevic, Piric, Bajevic (46. Hlevnjak) – Petkovic, Bukal, Dzajic

Germany: 1 Maier – 2 Vogts, 4 Beckenbauer, 5 Weber, 3 Höttges – 6 Roth, 8 Netzer, 10 Overath (c) – 7 Libuda, 9 Heynckes, 11 Held (67. Grabowski)

Scorers: 1-0 Bukal (57.), 2-0 Dzajic (87.)

22.11.1970: Greece v Germany 1-3 (in Piraeus) (F)

Referee: Bentu (Romania), attendance: 40,000 

Greece: Ikonomopoulos (46. Christidis) – Tomaras, Kamaras, Toskas, Stathopoulos – Eleftherakis, Domasos – Koudas, Papaioannu (69. Kritikopoulos), Antoniadis (46. Joutzos), Dedes

Germany: 1 Gross – 2 Vogts, 5 Sieloff, 6 Bella, 3 Höttges – 8 Netzer (79. Flohe), 4 Beckenbauer, 10 Overath (c) (35. Roth) – 7 Libuda, 9 Heynckes, 11 Grabowski

Scorers: 0-1 Netzer (30.), 0-2 Grabowski (42.), 1-2 Joutzos (52.), 1-3 Beckenbauer (74.)

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