West Germany squad – 1954 FIFA World Cup Winners (1st title)

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  1. Jupp Heynckes
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    Jupp Heynckes

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    Josef "Jupp" Heynckes (born 9 May 1945) is a retired German professional football player and manager. As a player, he spent the majority of his career as a striker for Borussia Mönchengladbach in its golden era of the 1960s and 1970s, where he won many national championships and the DFB-Pokal, as well as the UEFA Cup. During this period the team also played in its only European Cup final in 1977, losing to Liverpool. He is the third highest goalscorer in the history of the Bundesliga, with 220 goals. He was a member of the West German national squad that won the European Championship and the World Cup in the first half of the 1970s. As manager he won three Bundesliga titles with Bayern Munich and two UEFA Champions Leagues; with Real Madrid in 1997–98 and Bayern in 2012–13.


  2. Fritz Walter
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    Fritz Walter

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    Friedrich "Fritz" Walter (31 October 1920 – 17 June 2002) was a German footballer. In his time with the German national team, he made 61 caps and scored 33 goals. He usually played as an inside forward or attacking midfielder.


  3. Bernard Dietz
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    Bernard Dietz

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    Bernard Dietz (born 22 March 1948 in Hamm, West Germany) is a former German football player and manager.


  4. Uli Stielike
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    Uli Stielike

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    Ulrich "Uli" Stielike, affectionately known as 'The Stopper', (born 15 November 1954) is a former German footballer who is the current manager of South Korea national football team. Usually a central midfielder or sweeper, Stielike was well known for his stamina and footballing intelligence. Stielike is one of a small handful of players (Rainer Bonhof and Manfred Kaltz are others) to have played in all 3 European club finals (the European Cup/Champions League, UEFA Cup Winners' Cup and UEFA Cup), the World Cup Final and the European Championship Final.


  5. Rüdiger Abramczik
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    Rüdiger Abramczik

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    Rüdiger Abramczik (born 18 February 1956 in Gelsenkirchen-Erle) is a former German football player and coach, best known for his ability to cross the ball ("Flankengott").


  6. Bernd Wehmeyer
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    Bernd Wehmeyer

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    Bernd Wehmeyer (born 6 June 1952 in Herford) is a retired German footballer. He spent 11 seasons in the Bundesliga with Arminia Bielefeld, Hannover 96 and Hamburger SV.


  7. Olaf Thon
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    Olaf Thon

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    Olaf Thon (born 1 May 1966 in Gelsenkirchen) is a German retired footballer, and a current coach.


  8. Dieter Hoeneß
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    Dieter Hoeneß

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    Dieter Hoeneß (born 7 January 1953) is a retired German footballer who played as a striker.


  9. Albert Brülls
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    Albert Brülls

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    Albert Brülls (26 March 1937, Anrath – 28 March 2004, Neuss) was a German footballer who played 25 times for his national side, including matches in both the 1962 and 1966 FIFA World Cups.


  10. Herbert Wimmer
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    Herbert Wimmer

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    Herbert "Hacki" Wimmer (born 9 November 1944 in Eupen, Belgium) is a former footballer. Besides winning five national championships and two UEFA Cups with his club side Borussia Mönchengladbach he won the 1974 World Cup and the UEFA Euro 1972 with Germany.


  11. Alfred Kelbassa
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    Alfred Kelbassa

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    Alfred Kelbassa (21 April 1925 in Gelsenkirchen-Buer – 11 August 1988 in Dortmund) was a German football player.


  12. Karlheinz Förster
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    Karlheinz Förster

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    Karlheinz Helmut Förster (born 25 July 1958) is a former German footballer who played as a central defender.


  13. Klaus Allofs
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    Klaus Allofs

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    Klaus Allofs (born 5 December 1956) is a retired German footballer who played as a striker. He is currently sporting director at Bundesliga club VfL Wolfsburg.


  14. Jupp Derwall
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    Jupp Derwall

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    Josef "Jupp" Derwall (10 March 1927 – 26 June 2007) was a German football player and coach. Derwall was manager of the Germany national football team between 1978 and 1984, winning the UEFA Euro 1980 and reaching the final of the 1982 World Cup. His hairdo provided the basis for his nickname "Chieftain Silver Curl" (Häuptling Silberlocke).


  15. Christine Ferneck
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    Christine Ferneck

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    Christine Ferneck (born April 29, 1968 in Munich, Bayern) is a former field hockey player from Germany, who was a member of the national squad that won the silver medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona. She competed in two consecutive Summer Olympics for her native country, starting in 1988 for West Germany.


  16. Andreas Möller
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    Andreas Möller

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    Andreas Möller (born 2 September 1967 in Frankfurt, West Germany) is a retired German internationalist association footballer who played as an attacking midfielder.


  17. Erich Juskowiak
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    Erich Juskowiak

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    Erich Juskowiak (7 September 1926 in Oberhausen – 1 July 1983 in Düsseldorf) was a football (soccer) player for the German national team between 1951 and 1959. He earned 31 caps and 4 goals for Germany. His position was left back. He played in the World Cup Finals in 1958 where Germany reached the semi-final.


  18. Caren Jungjohann
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    Caren Jungjohann

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    Caren Jungjohann (born December 23, 1967 in Duisburg, Nordrhein-Westfalen) is a former field hockey player from Germany, who was a member of the Women's National Team that won the silver medal at the 1992 Summer Olympics in Barcelona, Spain. She competed in two consecutive Summer Olympics for her native country, starting in 1988 for West Germany.


  19. Jürgen Grabowski
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    Jürgen Grabowski

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    Jürgen Grabowski (born 7 July 1944 in Wiesbaden) is a former German footballer.


  20. Fritz Walter (footballer born 1960)
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    Fritz Walter (footballer born 1960)

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    Fritz Walter (born 21 July 1960) is a German former football player, who was nicknamed "Little Fritz". Born in Mannheim, he is of no relation to German legend of the same name Fritz Walter.


  21. Helmut Rahn
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    Helmut Rahn

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    Helmut Rahn, known as Der Boss (The Boss), (16 August 1929 in Essen – 14 August 2003) was a German football player. He became a legend for having scored the winning goal in the final game of the 1954 FIFA World Cup (West Germany 3 – Hungary 2).


  22. Horst Köppel
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    Horst Köppel

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    Horst Köppel (born 17 May 1948) is a German football manager and former player who last worked as manager for FC Ingolstadt 04.


  23. Sepp Herberger
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    Sepp Herberger

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    Josef "Sepp" Herberger (March 28, 1897 in Mannheim, Germany – April 28, 1977 in Weinheim-Hohensachsen, Germany) was a German football player and manager. He is most famous for being the manager of the West German national team which won the 1954 FIFA World CupThe Miracle of Bern. Previously he had also coached the Breslau Eleven, one of the greatest teams in German football history.


  24. Uli Stein
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    Uli Stein

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    Ulrich "Uli" Stein (born 23 October 1954 in Hamburg) is a former German football player. He was a goalkeeper and between 1978 and 1997, made 512 appearances in the German Bundesliga. He began his career in 1978 with Arminia Bielefeld. After two years, he moved to Hamburger SV where he played from 1980 to 1987. From 1987 to 1994 he played for Eintracht Frankfurt, but in 1994 he returned to Hamburger SV. One year later, he transferred to Arminia Bielefeld again. He retired during the 1996–97 season.


  25. Caspar Memering
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    Caspar Memering

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    Caspar Memering (born 1 June 1953 in Bockhorst, West Germany) is a former German footballer. He was part of the squad that won the 1980 UEFA European Championships.


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