Full name: Manfred Geisler
Height: 5-8.5 (175 cm)
Weight: 179 lbs (81 kg)
Born: March 3, 1941 in Prusy, DolnoÅlÄ skie, Poland
Affiliations: SC Leipzig, Leipzig (GER)
Medals: 1 Bronze (1 Total)
As the East German national team won the inter-national qualification matches in 1963 against the West German amateur national team by a 3-0 win in Leipzig and a 2-1 loss in Hannover, the German Olympic team at the 1964 Tokyo Olympics was an East German one. The team won the bronze medal, beating Egypt, 3-1.
Defense Manfred Geisler played in the Oberliga with SC Rotation Leipzig, later renamed SC Leipzig and 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig in 318 matches and scored 46 goals. Internationally he appeared for East Germanâs national team in 15 matches (one goal). With the East German Olympic team Geisler played eight matches in 1963 and 1964. Geisler was trained as a metal worker.
|1964 Summer||23||Tokyo||Football||Men's Football||Germany||GER||3||Bronze|
|1964 Summer||23||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Final Standings||3||1964-10-11||0||0||0||7||10|
|1964 Summer||23||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Final Round||Match 3/4||1||1964-10-23||GER 3, EGY 1||0||1||2|
|1964 Summer||23||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Semi-Finals||Match #1||2||1964-10-20||TCH 2, GER 1||0||2||3|
|1964 Summer||23||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Quarter-Finals||Match #1||1||1964-10-18||GER 1, YUG 0||0||1||1|
|1964 Summer||23||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Group A||Match #1||1||1964-10-11||GER 4, IRI 0||0||2||2|
|1964 Summer||23||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Group A||Match #4||1T||1964-10-13||ROU 1, GER 1||0||1||2|