1980

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27.02.1980: Germany v Malta 8-0 (in Bremen) (ECQ)

Referee: Rolles (Luxembourg), attendance: 38,000

German roster: 
GK: Nigbur, Burdenski, Schumacher
DF: Kaltz, Briegel, Dietz, Karlheinz Förster, Cullmann
MF: Bernd Förster, Bonhof, Hans Müller, Herbert Zimmermann
FW: Rummenigge, Fischer, Kelsch, Harald Nickel, Klaus Allofs

Germany: 1 Burdenski – 2 Kaltz, 3 Cullmann, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) – 6 Bonhof, 7 B.Förster (60. Kelsch), 10 H.Müller – 8 Rummenigge, 9 Fischer, 11 K.Allofs (60. H.Nickel)

Malta: 1 Bonello – 2 Ed.Farrugia, 5 Buttiegieg, 4 Holland, 3 Camilleri (45. Buckingham) – 8 Fabri, 10 Fenech, 6 Em.Farrugia – 7 J.Xuereb, 9 Schembri, 11 G.Xuereb

Scorers: 1-0 K.Allofs (14.), 2-0 Bonhof (19., pen.), 3-0 Fischer (40.), 4-0 K.Allofs (55.), 5-0 Holland (61., o.g.), 6-0 Kelsch (70.), 7-0 Rummenigge (74.), 8-0 Fischer (90.)

02.04.1980: Germany v Austria 1-0 (in Munich) (F)

Referee: Vautrot (France), attendance: 78,000 

German roster: 
GK: Nigbur, Schumacher
DF: Briegel, Dietz, Kaltz, Karlheinz Förster, Cullmann
MF: Hans Müller, Bernd Förster, Bonhof, Schuster
FW: Hrubesch, Rummenigge, Klaus Allofs, Del’Haye

Germany: 1 Nigbur (46. Schumacher) – 2 Kaltz, 3 Cullmann, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) (16. Briegel) – 6 Bonhof, 7 B.Förster (46. Schuster), 10 H.Müller – 8 Rummenigge, 9 Hrubesch, 11 K.Allofs (71. Del’Haye)

Austria: Koncilia – Pospischil, Pezzey, Mirnegg, Hintermaier – Hattenberger, Prohaska, Kreuz, Jara – Welzl (71. Gasselich), Schachner

Scorer: 1-0 H.Müller (34.) 

 

13.05.1980: Germany v Poland 3-1 (in Frankfurt) (F)

Referee: Menegalli (Italy), attendance: 45,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Junghans
DF: Briegel, Kaltz, Cullmann, Dietz, Karlheinz Förster, Jakobs
MF: Bernd Förster, Magath, Schuster, Hans Müller
FW: Rummenigge, Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs, Harald Nickel

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 Cullmann, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) – 6 B.Förster (46. Schuster), 11 Magath, 7 Briegel (73. Jakobs), 10 H.Müller (73. Hrubesch) – 8 Rummenigge, 9 K.Allofs

Poland: Mlynarczyk – Dziuba, Zmuda, Janas (18. Motyka), Plaszewski (73. Nawalka) – Lato, Boniek, Palasz – Sybis (46. Szarmach), Wojcicki, Terlecki

Scorers: 1-0 Rummenigge (6.), 1-1 Boniek (35.), 2-1 Allofs (38.), 3-1 Schuster (58.)

 

1980 European Championship roster

01 Harald Schumacher (1. FC Köln), 26 years, 3 A, Goalkeeper
02 Hans-Peter Briegel (1. FC Kaiserslautern), 24 years, 4 A, Full Back/Midfielder
03 Bernhard Cullmann (1. FC Köln), 30 years, 37 A, Midfielder/Central Defender
04 Karlheinz Förster (VfB Stuttgar), 21 years, 13 A, Central Defender
05 Bernard Dietz (MSV Duisburg), 32 years, 42 A, Full Back
06 Bernd Schuster (1. FC Köln), 20 years, 7 A, Midfielder
07 Bernhard Förster (VfB Stuttgart), 24 years, 7 A, Midfielder/Full Back
08 Karl-Heinz Rummenigge (Bayern München), 24 years, 31 A, Winger/Forward
09 Horst Hrubesch (Hamburger SV), 29 years, 2 A, Centre Forward
10 Hans-Peter Müller (VfB Stuttgart), 22 years, 17 A, Midfielder
11 Klaus Allofs (Fortuna Düsseldorf), 23 years, 11 A, Winger
12 Caspar Memering (Hamburger SV), 27 years, 2 A, Midfielder
13 Rainer Bonhof (Bor. Mönchengladbach), 28 years, 51 A, Midfielder
14 Wolfgang-Felix Magath (Hamburger SV), 26 years, 3 A, Midfielder
15 Ulrich Stielike (Real Madrid), 25 years, 10 A, Midfielder/Central Defender
16 Herbert Zimmermann (1. FC Köln), 25 years, 14 A, Midfielder/Full Back
17 Karl-Heinz Del’Haye (Borussia Mönchengladbach), 24 years, 1 A, Winger
18 Lothar Matthäus (Borussia Mönchengladbach), 19 years, Midfielder
19 Miroslav Votava (Borussia Dortmund), 24 years, 1 A, Midfielder
20 Manfred Kaltz (Hamburger SV), 27 years, 36 A, Full Back
21 Walter Junghans (Bayern München), 21 years, Goalkeeper
22 Eike Immel (Borussia Dortmund), 19 years, Goalkeeper

 

11.06.1980: Germany v Czechoslovakia (in Rome) (EC)

Referee: Michelotti (Italy), attendance: 15,000 

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 20 Kaltz, 3 Cullmann, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) – 7 B.Förster (60. Magath), 15 Stielike, 2 Briegel, 10 H.Müller – 8 Rummenigge, 11 K.Allofs

Czechoslovakia: 1 Netolicka – 2 Barmos, 4 Ondrus, 3 Jurkemik, 5 Gögh – 7 Kozak, 6 Stambachr, 8 Panenka – 9 Gajdusek (66. Masny), 15 Vizek, 11 Nehoda

Scorer: 1-0 Rummenigge (55.) 

14.06.1980: Germany v Netherlands 3-2 (in Naples) (EC)

Referee: Wurtz (France), attendance: 25,000 

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 20 Kaltz, 15 Stielike, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) (73. Matthäus) – 6 Schuster, 10 H.Müller (65. Magath), 2 Briegel – 8 Rummenigge, 9 Hrubesch, 11 K.Allofs

Netherlands: 1 Schrijvers – 2 Wijnstekers, 5 Krol, 3 van de Korput, 4 Hovenkamp (46. Naninga) – 8 W.van de Kerkhof, 10 Haan, 15 Stevens – 12 Rep, 9 Kist (70. Thijssen), 7 R.van de Kerkhof

Scorers: 1-0, 2-0, 3-0 Allofs (20., 60., 66.), 3-1 Rep (80., pen.), 3-2 W.van de Kerkhof (86.)

17.06.1980: Germany v Greece 0-0 (in Torino) (EC)

Referee: McGinlay (Scotland), attendance: 17,000 

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 20 Kaltz, 15 Stielike, 4 K.Förster, 7 B.Förster (46. Votava) – 2 Briegel, 3 Cullmann (c), 10 H.Müller – 8 Rummenigge (66. Del’Haye), 9 Hrubesch, 12 Memering

Greece: 21 Poupakis – 13 Xanthopoulos, 12 Gounaris, 17 Ravousis, 18 Nikolaou – 10 Galakos, 8 Nikoloudis (65. Koudas), 16 Kouis – 9 Ardizoglou, 6 Livathinos, 15 Mavros (89. Kostikos)

22.06.1980: Germany v Belgium 2-1 (in Rome) (EC)

Referee: Rainea (Romania), attendance: 47,800 

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 20 Kaltz, 15 Stielike, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) – 6 Schuster, 2 Briegel (55. Cullmann), 10 H.Müller – 8 Rummenigge, 9 Hrubesch, 11 K.Allofs

Belgium: 12 Pfaff – 2 Gerets, 4 Meeuws, 3 L.Millecamps, 5 Renquin – 6 Cools, 8 van Moer, 7 Vandereycken, 17 Mommens – 9 F.van der Elst, 11 Ceulemans

Scorers: 1-0 Hrubesch (10.), 1-1 Vandereycken (72., pen.), 2-1 Hrubesch (89.)

 

10.09.1980: Switzerland v Germany 2-3 (in Basel) (F)

Referee: Agnolin (Italy), attendance: 32,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Kaltz, Schuster, Karlheinz Förster, Dietz
MF: Briegel, Hans Müller, Magath, Votava
FW: Rummenigge, Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs, Thomas Allofs

Switzerland: Engel (46. Berbig) – Wehrli, Stohler, Luedi, Balet – Tanner, Meissen, Hermann – Pfister, Sulser (46. Ponte), Botteron

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 Schuster, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) – 6 Briegel, 7 Magath, 10 H.Müller – 8 Rummenigge, 9 Hrubesch, 11 K.Allofs

Scorers: 0-1 H.Müller (18.), 0-2 Magath (66.), 0-3 H.Müller (69.), 1-3 Pfister (84.), 2-3 Botteron (88., pen.)

11.10.1980: Netherlands v Germany 1-1 (in Eindhoven) (F)

Referee: Christov (Bulgaria), attendance: 22,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Dietz, Karlheinz Förster, Kaltz, Hieronymus, Niedermayer, Bernd Förster
MF: Briegel, Magath, Hans Müller, Votava
FW: Rummenigge, Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs, Allgöwer

Netherlands: van Breukelen – Wijnstekers (85. Molenaar), W.van de Kerkhof, Brandts, Spelbos – Wildschut, Jol, Peters – Jonker (46. Metgod), van Mierlo, Vermeulen (70. Tol)

Germany: 1 Schumacher (46. Immel) – 2 Kaltz, 3 Niedermayer, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) – 6 Briegel, 7 Magath, 10 H.Müller – 8 Rummenigge, 9 Hrubesch, 11 K.Allofs 

Scorers: 0-1 Hrubesch (35.), 1-1 Brandts (40.)

19.11.1980: Germany v France 4-1 (in Hanover) (F)

Referee: Nyhus (Norway), attendance: 63,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Kaltz, Schuster, Dietz, Niedermayer, Karlheinz Förster
MF: Briegel, Magath, Hans Müller, Votava
FW: Klaus Allofs, Hrubesch, Rummenigge, Allgöwer

Germany: 1 Schumacher – 2 Kaltz, 3 Schuster, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) – 7 Briegel, 6 Votava, 10 H.Müller – 8 Allgöwer, 9 Hrubesch, 11 K.Allofs

France: Dropsy – Janvion, Lopez, Specht, Bossis – Tigana, Platini, Larios – Zimako, Rocheteau (61. Rouyer), Amisse (78. Six)

Scorers: 1-0 Kaltz (6., pen.), 2-0 Briegel (37.), 2-1 Larios (40., pen.), 3-1 Hrubesch (63.), 4-1 Allofs (89.)

03.12.1980: Bulgaria v Germany 1-3 (in Sofia) (WCQ)

Referee: Latanzi (Italy), attendance: 60,000 

German roster: 
GK: Schumacher, Immel
DF: Kaltz, Dietz, Karlheinz Förster, Stielike 
MF: Magath, Hans Müller, Schuster, Votava
FW: Rummenigge, Hrubesch, Klaus Allofs, Allgöwer, Borchers

Bulgaria: Christov – Zavirov, Vassilev, Rangelov, Dimitrov (46. Slatkov) – Iliev, Markov, Zdravkov (78. Kirimov) – Ionchev, Djevizov, Jeliazkov

Germany: 1 Schumacher -2 Kaltz, 3 Stielike, 4 K.Förster, 5 Dietz (c) – 6 Briegel, 7 Magath (72. Votava), 10 H.Müller – 8 Rummenigge, 9 Hrubesch, 11 K.Allofs (72. Borchers)

Scorers: 0-1 Kaltz (14.), 0-2 Kaltz (36., pen.), 0-3 Rummenigge (53.), 1-3 Ionchev (64.)

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