Germany national football team results (1908–1929)

This is a list of international football matches of the Germany national football team from 1908 until 1929.[1]

Between their first match in 1908 and 1929, Germany played in 74 matches, resulting in 26 victories, 14 draws and 34 defeats.[2] Germany made steady progress from early heavy defeats to England's amateur squad, managing to win two games in a row only in 1924.

Throughout this period they participated in two Olympic Football Tournaments in 1912 and in 1928, and on both occasions, Germany failed to go any further than the quarter-finals. On the latter occasion, they were eliminated by the eventual champions Uruguay in what was their first-ever game against a non-European team.[3] Notable figures during these years was Gottfried Fuchs who become Germany's all-time top scorer with 13 goals after scoring 10 goals in a 16–0 win against Russia at the 1912 Olympic consolation tournament, becoming the top scorer of the tournament.[4]

ResultsEdit

1908Edit

5 April 1908 International Friendly Switzerland    5–3   Germany Basel, Switzerland
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Kämpfer   21', 89'
Jordan   28' (o.g.)
Pfeiffer   32', 57'
Report Becker   6', 69'
Förderer   52'
Stadium: Landhof
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Patrick Devitte (Switzerland)
Note: First official match (also first away match); first goal for Germany (by Fritz Becker); first own-goal for Germany (by Ernst Jordan) first defeat (also first away defeat).
20 April 1908 International Friendly England Amateurs   1–5   Germany Berlin-Mariendorf, Germany
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Stapley   5', 70'
Woodward   25', 90'
Purnell   43'
Report
Report
Förderer   17' (pen.) Stadium: Viktoria field
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Paul Neumann (Germany)
Note: First match against England (Am); first home match; first home defeat.
7 June 1908 International Friendly Austria   3–2   Germany Vienna, Austria
18:00 (UTC+1:00) Dlabac   7' (pen.)
Studnicka   41'
Andres   44'
Report Kipp   6'
Jäger   28'
Stadium: Cricketer-Platz
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Wagstaffe Simmons (England)
Note: First match against Austria.

1909Edit

13 March 1909 International Friendly England Amateurs   9–0   Germany Oxford, England
15:30 Porter   ?', ?', ?'
Hoare   ?', ?'
Dunning   ?', ?', ?'
Chapman   ?'
Report
Report
Stadium: Oxford Ground
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Thomas Kyle (England)
Note: Biggest defeat and biggest away defeat.
4 April 1909 International Friendly Germany   1–0    Switzerland Karlsruhe, Germany
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Kipp   38' Report Stadium: KFV Telegrafenkaserne ground
Attendance: 7,000
Referee: Albert Sohn (Germany)
Note: First win (also first home win).
4 April 1909 International Friendly Hungary   3–3   Germany Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Borbás   4'
Schlosser   28'
Sebestyén   60'
Report Worpitzky   5', 33'
Ugi   79' (pen.)
Stadium: Millenáris Sporttelep
Attendance: 9,000
Referee: Hugo Meisl (Austria)
Note: First match against Hungary; first draw (also first away draw).

1910Edit

3 April 1910 International Friendly Switzerland    2–3   Germany Basel, Switzerland
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Müller   35'
Renand   58'
Report Hiller   8'
Kipp   55', 85'
Stadium: Landhof
Attendance: 5,000
Referee: Patrick Devitte (Switzerland)
Note: First away win and Eugen Kipp set the goal scoring record for Germany (4 goals)
24 April 1910 International Friendly Netherlands   4–2   Germany Arnhem, Netherlands
14:30 (UTC+0:20) Lutjens   29'
Thomée   73', 87'
Hempel   82' (o.g.)
Report Kipp   23'
Fick   42'
Stadium: Klarenbeek Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Jack Howcroft (England)
Note: First match against Netherlands. Eugen Kipp set the goal scoring record for Germany (5 goals)
16 May 1910 International Friendly Germany   0–3   Belgium Duisburg, Germany
16:30 (UTC+0:20) Report Saeys   20', 48'
Van Staceghem   75'
Stadium: Sportplatz am Grunewald
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Herbert Willing (Netherlands)
Note: First match against Belgium and the first substitution when Andreas Breynk came-on for Dr.Joseph Bauwens in the 55th minute.
16 October 1910 International Friendly Germany   1–2   Netherlands Kleve, Germany
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Queck   25' Report Thomée   7'
van Berckel   16'
Stadium: Sportplatz an der Triftstraße
Attendance: 4,000
Referee: Hubert Istace (Belgium)

1911Edit

26 March 1911 International Friendly Germany   6–2    Switzerland Stuttgart, Germany
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Fuchs   35'
Breunig   43' (pen.)
Kipp   71'
Förderer   78', 88'
Gablonsky   90'
Report Weiss   52'
Collet   80'
Stadium: Kickers-Stadion Degerloch
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Hubert Istace (Belgium)
Note: Eugen Kipp set the goal scoring record for Germany (6 goals)
14 April 1911 International Friendly Germany   2–2   England Amateurs Berlin-Mariendorf, Germany
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Möller   48', 50' Report
Report
Webb   17'
Wright   65'
Stadium: Union ground
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Herbert Willing (Netherlands)
Note: First home draw.
23 April 1911 International Friendly Belgium   2–1   Germany Liège, Belgium
15:00 Vanhoute   32'
Saeys   85'
Report Förderer   50' Stadium: Stade Maurice Dufrasne
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Dicky Schumacher (England)
18 June 1911 International Friendly Sweden   2–4   Germany Solna, Sweden
13:30 (UTC+1:00) Gustafsson   28', 29' Report Dumke   13', 44', 83'
Kipp   16'
Stadium: Råsundastadion
Attendance: 3,000
Referee: Charles Buchwald (Denmark)
Note: First match against Sweden and Eugen Kipp set the goal scoring record for Germany (7 goals)
10 September 1911 International Friendly Germany   1–2   Austria Dresden, Germany
Worpitzky   35' Report Neumann   25'
Špindler   49'
Stadium: Güntzwiesen Sport Ground
Attendance: 7,500
Referee: Herbert Willing (Netherlands)
29 October 1911 International Friendly Germany   1–3   Sweden Hamburg, Germany
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Möller   80' Report Börjesson   15', 35'
Ohlson   60'
Stadium: Stadion Hoheluft
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Herbert Willing (Netherlands)
17 December 1911 International Friendly Germany   1–4   Hungary Munich, Germany
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Worpitzky   48' Report Sebestyén   24'
Schlosser   43', 74'
Bodnár   66'
Stadium: Männer-Turn-Verein
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Hugo Meisl (Austria)

1912Edit

24 March 1912 International Friendly Netherlands   5–5   Germany Zwolle, Netherlands
14:30 (UTC+0:20) Thomée   5', 53'
Francken   34', 47'
Breunig   66' (o.g.)
Report Fuchs   13'
Hirsch   14', 31', 75', 79'
Stadium: ZAC-Platz Veerallee
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Jack Howcroft (England)
Note: Highest scoring draw.
14 April 1912 International Friendly Hungary   4–4   Germany Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+0:20) Schlosser   9'
Bodnár   59', 65', 75'
Report Möller   15'
Kipp   17'
Worpitzky   25'
Jäger   44' (pen.)
Stadium: Üllői úti stadion
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Hugo Meisl (Austria)
Note: Eugen Kipp set the goal scoring record for Germany (8 goals)
5 May 1912 International Friendly Switzerland    1–2   Germany Espenmoos, Switzerland
Weiss   43' (pen.) Report Kipp   6'
Mechling   9'
Stadium: St. Gallen
Attendance: 5,200
Referee: Patrick Devitte (Switzerland)
Note: Eugen Kipp set the goal scoring record for Germany (9 goals)
29 June 1912 1912 Olympic Games First Round Austria   5–1   Germany Stockholm
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Merz   75', 81'
Studnicka   58'
Neubauer   62'
Cimera   89'
Report Jäger   35' Stadium: Råsunda Stadium
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Humbert Willing (Netherlands)
Note: First match at neutral venue; first match at Olympics Games.
1 July 1912 1912 Summer Olympics consolation tournament First Round Germany   16–0   Russia Solna, Stockholm
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Fuchs   2', 9', 21', 28', 34', 46', 51', 55', 65', 69'
Förderer   6', 27', 53', 66'
Burger   30'
Oberle   58'
Report Stadium: Råsunda IP
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Christiaan Groothoff (Netherlands)
Note: First match against Russia; biggest win (also biggest win at neutral venue) and first double-digit win; and Gottfried Fuchs set the goal scoring record for Germany (12 goals).
3 July 1912 1912 Olympics consolation tournament Semi-final Hungary   3–1   Germany Stockholm
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser   3', 39', 82' Report Förderer   56' Stadium: Tranebergs Idrottsplats
Attendance: 2,000
Referee: Christiaan Groothoff (Netherlands)
6 October 1912 International Friendly Denmark   3–1   Germany Copenhagen, Denmark
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Middelboe   22', 67'
Olsen   55'
Report Jäger   85' (pen.) Stadium: Idrætspark
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Herbert Willing (Netherlands)
Note: First match against Denmark.
17 November 1912 International Friendly Germany   2–3   Netherlands Leipzig, Germany
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Jäger   27', 65' Report Francken   15', 74'
Haak   56'
Stadium: Sport ground
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Ede Herczog (Hungary)

1913Edit

21 March 1913 International Friendly Germany   0–3   England Amateurs Berlin-Mariendorf, Germany
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Report
Report
Douglas   22', 70'
Woodward   43'
Stadium: Viktoria field
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Herbert Willing (Netherlands)
18 May 1913 International Friendly Germany   1–2    Switzerland Freiburg, Germany
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Kipp   43' Report Collet   10'
Märki   25'
Stadium: FFC-Platz Schwarzwaldstraße
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Charles Barette (Belgium)
26 October 1913 International Friendly Germany   1–4   Denmark Stadion Hoheluft, Germany
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Jäger   44' Report Nielsen   5', 7', 42', 87' Stadium: Hamburg
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Herbert Willing (Netherlands)
23 November 1913 International Friendly Belgium   6–2   Germany Antwerp, Belgium
14:00 Brébart   16', 41', 63'
Van Cant   27', 28', 87'
Report Wegele   55'
Fuchs   67'
Stadium: Stadion Broodstraat
Attendance: 6,500
Referee: Albert Meerum Terwogt (Netherlands)
Note: Biggest defeat against Belgium and Gottfried Fuchs set the goal scoring record for Germany (13 goals).

1914Edit

5 April 1914 International Friendly Netherlands   4–4   Germany Amsterdam, Netherlands
14:30 (UTC+0:20) Vos   34'
Buitenweg   66', 82'
Lotsij   79'
Report Queck   49'
Jäger   55'
Harder   66'
Wegele   90'
Stadium: Altes Stadium
Attendance: 22,129
Referee: Jack Howcroft (England)
Note: Final match before World War I, and this draw meant the end of longest run of defeats (7 matches).

1920Edit

27 June 1920 International Friendly Switzerland    4–1   Germany Zürich, Switzerland
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Meyer   19', 38'
Afflerbach   43'
Ramseyer   77'
Report Jäger   79' Stadium: Utogrund
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: László Bálint (Hungary)
Note: First match after World War I.
26 September 1920 International Friendly Austria   3–2   Germany Vienna, Austria
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Swatosch   64', 83', 86' Report Sutor   56'
Seiderer   87'
Stadium: Simmeringer Had
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Ákos Fehéry (Hungary)
24 October 1920 International Friendly Germany   1–0   Hungary Berlin, Germany
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Jäger   22' (pen.) Report Stadium: Deutsches Stadion
Attendance: 55,000
Referee: Jacques Hirrlé (Switzerland)
Note: First win after longest winless run (1 draw, 9 defeats).

1921Edit

5 May 1921 International Friendly Germany   3–3   Austria Dresden, Germany
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Popp   7'
Träg   14'
Seiderer   58'
Report Kuthan   33' (pen.)
Wondrak   68'
Uridil   70'
Stadium: Stadion am Ostragehege
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Willem Eijmers (Netherlands)
5 June 1921 International Friendly Hungary   3–0   Germany Budapest, Hungary
17:30 (UTC+1:00) Schlosser   10'
Guttmann   29'
Braun   47'
Report Stadium: MTK-Stadion
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
Note: First substutition made by opposition when György Orth left for Dezsö Gencsy)
18 September 1921 International Friendly Finland   3–3   Germany Helsinki, Finland
13:00 (UTC+2:00) Eklöf   12'
Thorn   54'
Öhman   88'
Report Herberger   5', 66'
Kalb   7'
Stadium: Töölön Pallokenttä
Attendance: 8,000
Referee: Gösta Björk (Sweden)
Note: First match against Finland.

1922Edit

26 March 1922 International Friendly Germany   2–2   Austria Frankfurt, Germany
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Franz   26'
Seiderer   34'
Report Sturzenegger   72'
Merkt   86'
Stadium: Riederwaldstadion
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Willem Boas (Netherlands)
23 April 1922 International Friendly Austria   0–2   Germany Vienna, Austria
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Report Weißenbacher   69'
Jäger   77'
Stadium: Hohe Warte Stadium
Attendance: 70,000
Referee: Ferenc Gerő (Hungary)
2 July 1922 International Friendly Germany   0–0   Hungary Bochum, Germany
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Stadium: Stadion an der Castroper Straße
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
Note: First scoreless match.

1923Edit

1 January 1923 International Friendly Italy   3–1   Germany Milan, Italy
14:30 (UTC+1:00) Cevenini   79'
Santamaria   85'
Migliavacca   88'
Report Seiderer   72' Stadium: San Siro
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Eugène Stutz (Switzerland)
Note: First match against Italy.
10 May 1923 International Friendly Germany   0–0   Netherlands Hamburg, Germany
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Stadium: Stadion Hoheluft
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Artur Björklund (Sweden)
3 June 1923 International Friendly Switzerland    1–2   Germany Basel, Switzerland
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Pache   86' Report Hartmann   3', 71' Stadium: Schützenmatte
Attendance: 17,000
Referee: Giovanni Mauro (Italy)
29 June 1923 International Friendly Sweden   2–1   Germany Stockholm, Sweden
19:00 (UTC+1:00) Seiderer   43' Report H. Dahl   47'
A. Dahl   64'
Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Ragnvald Smedvik (Norway)
12 August 1923 International Friendly Germany   1–2   Finland Dresden, Germany
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Claus-Oehler   31' Report Müller   10' (o.g.)
Linna   27'
Stadium: Dresdner Kampfbahn
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Job Mutters (Netherlands)
4 November 1923 International Friendly Germany   1–0   Norway Hamburg, Germany
Harder   22' Report Stadium: Stadion Hoheluft
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Theo van Zwieteren (Netherlands)
Note: First match against Norway.

1924Edit

13 January 1924 International Friendly Germany   4–3   Austria Nuremberg, Germany
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Auer   24'
Franz   35', 42' (pen.), 72'
Report Swatosch   67'
Jiszda   79'
Horvath   83'
Stadium: Zabo
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Ernst Hebak (Czechoslovakia)
21 April 1924 International Friendly Netherlands   0–1   Germany Amsterdam, Netherlands
14:30 (UTC+1:20) Report Auer   14' Stadium: Altes Stadium
Attendance: 26,000
Referee: Félix Herren (Switzerland)
15 June 1924 International Friendly Norway   0–2   Germany Oslo, Norway
12:30 (UTC+1:00) Report Sutor   16'
Wieder   36'
Stadium: Ullevaal Stadion
Attendance: 6,000
Referee: Artur Björklund (Sweden)
31 August 1924 International Friendly Germany   1–4   Sweden Berlin, Germany
16:30 (UTC+1:00) Harder   28' Report Wenzel   19'
Malm   80'
Rydberg   81'
Carlsson   89'
Stadium: Deutsches Stadion
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Félix Herren (Switzerland)
Note: Germany play with six debutants, as the players of SpVgg Fürth and 1. FC Nürnberg refused to play together in the national team.
21 September 1924 International Friendly Hungary   4–1   Germany Budapest, Hungary
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Szentmiklóssy   33'
Lang   42' (o.g.)
Takács   49', 64'
Report Harder   56' Stadium: Ferencváros-Stadion
Attendance: 35,000
Referee: Heinrich Retschury (Austria)
23 November 1924 International Friendly Germany   0–1   Italy Duisburg, Germany
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Janni   56' Stadium: Wedaustadion
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Theo van Zwieteren (Netherlands)
14 December 1924 International Friendly Germany   1–1    Switzerland Stuttgart, Germany
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Harder   71' Report Dietrich   26' Stadium: Stuttgarter Sport Club Stadium
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Job Mutters (Netherlands)

1925Edit

29 March 1925 International Friendly Netherlands   2–1   Germany Amsterdam, Netherlands
14:30 (UTC+0:20) de Haas   34'
Volkers   51'
Report Voß   78' Stadium: Altes Stadium
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Félix Herren (Switzerland)
21 June 1925 International Friendly Sweden   1–0   Germany Stockholm, Sweden
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Johansson   9' Report Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Lauritz Andersen (Denmark)
26 June 1925 International Friendly Finland   3–5   Germany Helsinki, Finland
19:00 (UTC+2:00) Kelin   28'
Koponen   50' (pen.), 83'
Report Pömpner   52', 71', 79'
Ruch   75' (pen.)
Voß   87'
Stadium: Töölön Pallokenttä
Attendance: 3,500
Referee: Sigfrid Benzer (Sweden)
25 October 1925 International Friendly Switzerland    0–4   Germany Basel, Switzerland
14:45 (UTC+1:00) Report Harder   7', 42', 52'
Hochgesang   74'
Stadium: Rankhof
Attendance: 15,000
Referee: Eugen Braun (Austria)

1926Edit

18 April 1926 International Friendly Germany   4–2   Netherlands Düsseldorf, Germany
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Pöttinger   17', 43', 85'
Harder   79'
Report Tap   20'
Kuchlin   71'
Stadium: Rheinstadion
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Lauritz Andersen (Denmark)
20 June 1926 International Friendly Germany   3–3   Sweden Nuremberg, Germany
16:00 (UTC+1:00) Harder   21', 35', 43' Report Hallbäck   26', 82'
Olsson   34'
Stadium: Zabo
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Lauritz Andersen (Denmark)
31 October 1926 International Friendly Netherlands   2–3   Germany Amsterdam, Netherlands
14:00 (UTC+0:20) Tap   16', 89' Report Wieder   32'
Harder   43'
Verlegh   85' (o.g.)
Stadium: Altes Stadium
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Albert Prince-Cox (England)
Note: First match under Otto Nerz.
12 December 1926 International Friendly Germany   2–3    Switzerland Munich, Germany
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Hochgesang   44'
Scherm   50'
Report Brand   7'
Weiler   15'
Fink   83'
Stadium: Sechzgerstadion
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Job Mutters (Netherlands)

1927Edit

2 October 1927 International Friendly Denmark   3–1   Germany Copenhagen, Denmark
13:30 (UTC+1:00) Rohde   23', 48'
Hansen   67'
Report Kießling   10' Stadium: Idrætspark
Attendance: 19,000
Referee: Ragnvald Smedvik (Norway)
23 October 1927 International Friendly Germany   6–2   Norway Hamburg, Germany
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Hochgesang   55'
Pöttinger   67', 69', 88'
Kalb   73'
Hofmann   82'
Report Dahl   3'
Gundersen   24'
Stadium: Altonaer Stadion
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Lauritz Andersen (Denmark)
20 November 1927 International Friendly Germany   2–2   Netherlands Köln, Germany
14:00 (UTC+1:00) Pöttinger   46', 70' Report Weber   38'
Smeets   82'
Stadium: Müngersdorfer Stadion
Attendance: 60,000
Referee: Albert Prince-Cox (England)

1928Edit

15 April 1928 International Friendly Switzerland    2–3   Germany Bern, Switzerland
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Jäggi   78', 81' Report Hofmann   18'
Pöttinger   47'
Albrecht   61'
Stadium: Neufeld
Attendance: 16,000
Referee: Stanley Rous (England)
28 May 1928 1928 Olympic Games first Round Germany   4–0    Switzerland Amsterdam, Netherlands
14:00 (UTC+1:20) Hofmann   17', 75', 85'
Hornauer   42'
Report Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 16,158
Referee: Willem Eymers (Netherlands)
3 June 1928 1928 Olympic Games Quarter final Uruguay   4–1   Germany Amsterdam,
16:00 (UTC+1:20) Petrone   35', 39', 84'
Castro   63'
Report Hofmann   81' Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 25,131
Referee: Youssuf Mohamed (Egypt)
Note: First match against Uruguay; first match against a non-European team. Also, Hans Kalb and Richárd Hoffmann become the first players to be sent off.
16 September 1928 International Friendly Germany   2–1   Denmark Nuremberg, Germany
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Heidkamp   58'
Hofmann   68'
Report Jørgensen   9' Stadium: Städtisches Stadion
Attendance: 50,000
Referee: Paul Ruoff (Switzerland)
23 September 1928 International Friendly Norway   0–2   Germany Oslo, Norway
13:00 (UTC+1:00) Report Schmitt   17'
Kuzorra   62'
Stadium: Ullevaal Stadion
Attendance: 16,400
Referee: Lauritz Andersen (Denmark)
30 September 1928 International Friendly Sweden   2–0   Germany Stockholm, Sweden
13:00 (UTC+1:00) Lundahl   44' (pen.)
Olsson   89'
Report Stadium: Olympic Stadium
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Sophus Hansen (Denmark)

1929Edit

10 February 1929 International Friendly Germany   7–1    Switzerland Mannheim, Germany
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Frank   8', 45', 61', 72'
Sobek   23', 83'
Pöttinger   57'
Report Abegglen   74' Stadium: Carl-Benz-Stadion
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Lauritz Andersen (Denmark)
28 April 1929 International Friendly Italy   1–2   Germany Turin, Italy
15:30 (UTC+1:00) Rossetti   6' Report Hornauer   12'
Frank   80'
Stadium: Stadio Filadelfia
Attendance: 30,000
Referee: Harry Ernest Gray (England)
Note: First broadcast of a Germany match.
1 June 1929 International Friendly Germany   1–1   Scotland Berlin, Germany
18:00 (UTC+1:00) Ruch   49'} Report Imrie   87' Stadium: Deutsches Stadion
Attendance: 40,000
Referee: Otto Olsson (Sweden)
Note: First match against Scotland.
23 June 1929 International Friendly Germany   3–0   Denmark Köln, Germany
17:00 (UTC+1:00) Hofmann   27', 65', 85' Report Stadium: Müngersdorfer Stadion
Attendance: 52,000
Referee: Eugen Braun (Austria)
20 October 1929 International Friendly Germany   4–0   Finland Altona, Germany
15:00 (UTC+1:00) Szepan   52'
Sackenheim   61', 81'
Hofmann   70'
Report Stadium: Altonaer Stadion
Attendance: 20,000
Referee: Bjarne Bech (Norway)

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "(West) Germany - International Results". RSSSF. 23 June 2022. Retrieved 25 June 2022.
  2. ^ "Germany national football team results". EU-football.info. Retrieved 25 June 2022.
  3. ^ "IX. Olympiad Amsterdam 1928 Football Tournament". RSSSF. 15 June 2022. Retrieved 25 June 2022.
  4. ^ "V. Olympiad Stockholm 1912 Football Tournament". RSSSF. 12 May 2022. Retrieved 25 June 2022.

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