Wednesday, 16 December 2015

Bergmann-Verlag - Fußball-Bundesliga Automatenbilder 1967

Fußball-Bundesliga Automatenbilder 1967
West Germany
64 cards

Gregory Graetz has asked if I can supply a checklist for this collection and I am happy to oblige. A set of unnumbered cards, 95mm x 65mm. Some players appear on two separate cards. The backs just have the name of the player and his team. A couple of the Franz Beckenbauer cards are shown here, along with Radi Radenkovic, who impressed me so much with a string of outstanding saves when playing for TSV 1860 München against West Ham United in the 1965 European Cup Winners Cup Final.
The cards are unnumbered and are numbered here for reference purposes only. The players are listed in alphabetical order with the team photos added at the end.
  1. Joachim Bäse (Eintracht Braunschweig)
  2. Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern München)
  3. Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern München)
  4. Franz Beckenbauer (Bayern München), Uwe Seeler (Hamburger SV), Helmut Schön (DFB)
  5. Günter Bernard (Werder Bremen)
  6. Albert Brülls (Brescia/Italien)
  7. Rudi Brunnenmeier (TSV 1860 München)
  8. Rudi Brunnenmeier (TSV 1860 München)
  9. Bernd Dörfel (Hamburger SV)
  10. Josef Elting (Schalke 04)
  11. Lothar Emmerich (DFB)
  12. Klaus Fichtel (Schalke 04)
  13. Peter Grosser (TSV 1860 München)
  14. Alfred Heiss (TSV 1860 München)
  15. Siegfried Held (Borussia Dortmund)
  16. Günter Herrmann (Karlsruher SC)
  17. Jupp Heynckes (Hannover 96)
  18. Heinz Hornig (1.FC Köln)
  19. Horst-Dieter Höttges (DFB)
  20. Peter Kaack (Eintracht Braunschweig)
  21. Friedhelm Konietzka (Schweiz)
  22. Werner Krämer (Hamburger SV)
  23. Peter Kunter (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  24. Reinhard Libuda (Borussia Dortmund)
  25. Hannes Löhr (1.FC Köln)
  26. Hannes Löhr (1.FC Köln)
  27. Max Lorenz (DFB)
  28. Friedel Lutz (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  29. Sepp Maier (Bayern München)
  30. Manfred Manglitz (MSV Duisburg)
  31. Peter Meyer (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
  32. Gerd Müller (Bayern München)
  33. Günter Netzer (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
  34. Ludwig Nolden (MSV Duisburg)
  35. Hans Nowak (Bayern München)
  36. Hans Nowak (Bayern München)
  37. Rainer Ohlhauser (Bayern München)
  38. Werner Olk (Bayern München)
  39. Wolfgang Overath (1.FC Köln)
  40. Wolfgang Paul (Borussia Dortmund)
  41. Petar Radenkovic (TSV 1860 München)
  42. Petar Radenkovic (TSV 1860 München)
  43. Hans Rigotti (Bayern München)
  44. Karl-Heinz Rühl (1.FC Köln)
  45. Karl-Heinz Schnellinger (DFB)
  46. Uwe Seeler (DFB)
  47. Uwe Seeler (Hamburger SV)
  48. Milutin Soskic (1.FC Köln)
  49. Karl-Heinz Thielen (1.FC Köln)
  50. Hans Tilkowski (DFB)
  51. Hans Tilkowski (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  52. Lothar Ulsass (Eintracht Braunschweig)
  53. Heinz van Haaren (MSV Duisburg)
  54. Berti Vogts (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
  55. Wolfgang Weber (1.FC Köln)
  56. Reinhold Wosab (Borussia Dortmund)
  57. Mannschaftsbilder (1.FC Kaiserslautern)
  58. Mannschaftsbilder (MSV Duisburg)
  59. Mannschaftsbilder (Schalke 04)
  60. Mannschaftsbilder (Borussia Dotmund)
  61. Mannschaftsbilder (Borussia Mönchengladbach)
  62. Mannschaftsbilder (TSV 1860 München)
  63. Mannschaftsbilder (Bayern München)
  64. Mannschaftsbilder (Eintracht Braunschweig)


  1. postcard-sized cards? This is absolutely wrong. This collection is sized: 95x65mm. Or 9,5cm x 6,5cm.

    1. Thank you for letting me know about my mistake, I have amended the description.


Please feel free to leave a comment, though it will not appear straight away, as I will need to authorize it.