Full name: Ludwig Hofmann
Born: June 9, 1900 in Munich, Bayern, Germany
Died: October 2, 1935 in Munich, Bayern, Germany
Affiliations: FC Bayern MÃ¼nchen, MÃ¼nchen (GER)
In 1916, young Ludwig âWiggerlâ Hofmann first attracted attention in a friendly for FC Bayern MÃ¼nchen against 1.FC NÃ¼rnberg. He quickly became a regular. In 1926 he was appointed in the southern German selection and the same year made his dÃ©but in the national team. On the 1928 Olympic squad he was on the left side next to his famous namesake Richard Hofmann.
Hofmannâs international career ended in 1931 in a game against France, which the German team lost. He played 18 international matches and scored four goals. From 1933-34 he was the coach of his club FC Bayern MÃ¼nchen. He also worked as a clerk at an insurance company. Hofmann died from meningitis in 1935.
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