Ob Fritz Walter oder Franz Beckenbauer: Die erste Elf der neuen Hall of Fame des deutschen Fußballs ist eine veritable Star-Parade. Dabei sind Akteure aus. Kaiser Cup zugunsten der Franz Beckenbauer-Stiftung Maier, Bulle Roth, Alois Hartl, Karl Reyer, Edi Kirschner, Walter Beckenbauer und viele mehr. Franz Anton Beckenbauer (* September in München) ist ein ehemaliger deutscher . Fritz Walter (rechts) mit Franz Beckenbauer und Helmut Schön ( links), Malente (). In der ersten Bundesliga-Saison verlor der FC Bayern.
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Wembley Stadium , London, England. Qemal Stafa , Tirana , Albania. Stade Josy Barthel , Luxembourg , Luxembourg. Parkstadion , Gelsenkirchen , Germany.
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Beckenbauer became team captain for the —69 season and led his club to their first league title. He began experimenting with the sweeper libero role around this time, refining the role into a new form and becoming perhaps the greatest exponent of the attacking sweeper game.
Since Beckenbauer, has been called Der Kaiser by fans and the media. On the occasion of a friendly game of Bayern Munich in Vienna , Austria, Beckenbauer posed for a photo session right beside a bust of the former Austrian emperor Franz Joseph I.
However, according to a report in the German newspaper Welt am Sonntag , this explanation is untrue, though very popular. According to the report, Beckenbauer fouled his opposite number, Reinhard Libuda from Schalke 04 , in the cup final on 14 June He played with the Cosmos for four seasons up to , and the team won the Soccer Bowl on three occasions , , Beckenbauer retired after a two-year spell with Hamburger SV in Germany —82 with the win of the Bundesliga title that year and one final season with the New York Cosmos in In his career in domestic leagues, he made appearances and scored 81 goals.
Beckenbauer won caps and scored 14 goals for West Germany. He also won the European Football Championship and finished as runners-up in the edition.
Beckenbauer appeared in his first World Cup in , playing every match. In his first World Cup match, against Switzerland , he scored twice in a 5—0 win.
Helmut Haller opened the scoring, with Beckenbauer contributing the second of the match, his fourth goal of the tournament.
The English won the final and the Jules Rimet Trophy in extra time. West Germany won their first three matches before facing England in the second round in a rematch of the final.
The English were ahead 2—0 in the second half, but a spectacular goal by Beckenbauer in the 69th minute helped the Germans recover and equalise before the end of normal time and win the match in extra time.
He dislocated his shoulder after being fouled, but he was not deterred from continuing in the match, as his side had already used their two permitted substitutions.
The result of this match was 4—3 after extra time in favour of the Italians. Germany defeated Uruguay 1—0 for third place.
Beckenbauer became captain of the national side in The World Cup was hosted by West Germany and Beckenbauer led his side to victory, including a hard-fought 2—1 win over the hotly favoured Netherlands side featuring Johan Cruyff.
Beckenbauer and fellow defenders man-marked Cruyff so well that the Dutch were never quite able to put their " Total Football " into full use.
France in , and Spain in In the competition, West Germany again reached the final, where they lost on penalties to Czechoslovakia. Beckenbauer was named in the Team of the Tournament.
Beckenbauer retired from international football in , at the age of 31, following his move to New York Cosmos. He took the team all the way to the final of the World Cup , where they lost to the Diego Maradona inspired Argentina.
In , before the German reunification , Beckenbauer managed the last German team without East German players in a World Cup , winning the final 1—0, against Argentina, in a rematch of the previous World Cup final.
Beckenbauer is one of three men with Mario Zagallo , and Didier Deschamps to have won the Cup as player and as manager, and he is the first man and one of only two with Didier Deschamps to have won the title as team captain as well as manager.
Beckenbauer then moved into club management, and accepted a job with Olympique de Marseille in but left the club within one year. Marseille eventually won the —91 French championship and ended runner-up of the —91 European Cup.
From 28 December until 30 June , and then from 29 April until 30 June of the same year, he managed Bayern Munich. His brief spells in charge saw him collect two further honours — the Bundesliga title in and the UEFA Cup in In , he took on the role of club president at Bayern, and much of the success in the following years has been credited to his astute management.
In , he became vice-president of the German Football Association. In June , Beckenbauer was banned by FIFA Ethics Committee for 90 days from any football-related activity for allegedly refusing to cooperate with an inquiry into corruption dealing with the allocation of the and World Cups to Russia and Qatar.
Beckenbauer is widely considered to be one of the greatest footballers in the history of football. Kerner und Beckenbauer im ZDF.
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