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Ludwig Goldbrunner

Full name: Ludwig Goldbrunner
Nickname(s): Lutte
Gender: Male
Height: 5-8.5 (175 cm)
Weight: 159 lbs (72 kg)
Born: March 5, 1908 in Munich, Bayern, Germany
Died: September 26, 1981 in Munich, Bayern, Germany
Affiliations: FC Bayern München, München (GER)
Country: GER Germany
Sport: Football


“Lutte” Goldbrunner played 39 international games for Germany between 1933 and 1940, including three as captain, and was part of the legendary “Breslau 11.” In addition to the two games in Berlin, he was selected for one match in the 1938 World Cup and represented Western Europe against Central Europe in June 1937. Playing as a center half, he switched from Sportfreunde Munich to FC Bayern Munich in 1927 and became the first local football idol in the 1930s. Together with some other players, who also played for Germany internationally, he led Bayern to become one of the best German teams, winning the German Championship for the first time in 1932. Between 1933 and 1943 Goldbrunner represented Bavaria 16 times. From 1938 and 1943 he was Bayern Munich’s player-coach. After World War II he first coached local rival TSV 1860 Munich, also playing in a few matches during the the first post-war season, and coaching ASV Dachau in 1949-50. Later he was active on Bayern Munich’s organizational committee. Goldbrunner was a municipal officer, and was in charge of the cold store of Munich’s slaughterhouse in his final position.


Games Age City Sport Event Team NOC Rank Medal
1936 Summer 28 Berlin Football Men's Football Germany GER 5T

Men's Football

Games Age City Sport Team NOC Phase Unit Rank Date Result G YC RC
1936 Summer 28 Berlin Football Germany GER Final Standings 5T 1936-08-03 0 0 0
1936 Summer 28 Berlin Football Germany GER Quarter-Finals Match #2 2 1936-08-07 NOR 2, GER 0 0
1936 Summer 28 Berlin Football Germany GER Round One Match #4 1 1936-08-04 GER 9, LUX 0 0
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