Full name: Hans-JÃ¼rgen Heinsch
Height: 6-0 (183 cm)
Weight: 183 lbs (83 kg)
Born: July 4, 1940 in LÃ¼beck, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
Affiliations: SC Empor Rostock, Rostock (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.
Goalkeeper JÃ¼rgen Heinsch started his soccer career in 1955 with SC Empor Rostock, renamed 10 years later to FC Hansa Rostock. From 1958-71 he appeared in 176 matches in the East German Oberliga, was assigned to 22 cup matches, and played two Inter-Cities Fairs Cup matches in 1969-70.
With the former GDR national team Heinsch earned seven international caps and played 15 matches with the East German Olympic team. After his retirement he became a graduate sports teacher and was employed by Hansa Rostock as an assistant coach from 1972-78 and 1979-81, and as head coach in 1978-79, 1981-85, and finally from 1993-94. Heinsch later became youth coach and chief scout for the Bundesliga team after German reunification. In 2008 he was elected as a board member of his club.
|1964 Summer||24||Tokyo||Football||Men's Football||Germany||GER||3||Bronze|
|1964 Summer||24||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Final Standings||3||1964-10-11||0||0||0||0||0|
|1964 Summer||24||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Final Round||Match 3/4||1||1964-10-23||GER 3, EGY 1||0||0|
|1964 Summer||24||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Semi-Finals||Match #1||2||1964-10-20||TCH 2, GER 1||0||0|
|1964 Summer||24||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Quarter-Finals||Match #1||1||1964-10-18||GER 1, YUG 0||0||0|
|1964 Summer||24||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Group A||Match #1||1||1964-10-11||GER 4, IRI 0||0||0|
|1964 Summer||24||Tokyo||Football||Germany||GER||Group A||Match #4||1T||1964-10-13||ROU 1, GER 1||0||0||0|