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This is a list of all the German Soccer articles we have published on the History of Soccer website.

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Renowned Football Clubs Founded In 1899 (10 Biggest Teams)

There are various renowned football clubs founded In 1899, and each of them has had a significant impact on the sport. Football, from time past, has always been one of the most popular sports on the planet, and it continues …

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Sepp Herberger: The Mastermind Behind The Miracle Of Berne

Sepp Herberger was one of the fascinating figures in German football. As the German national team coach, he formed a team that sensationally won the title against Hungary in Switzerland in 1954 in its first participation in the World Cup …

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Euro 1972: West Germany Win First European Championship

The fourth UEFA European Football Championship tournament, widely known as Euro 1972, was held in Belgium between June 14-18, 1972. UEFA Euro 1972 was only contested by four countries, with the tournament consisting of a semi-final, a third-place play-off, and …

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Chinese Soccer Team: The Story Of 1936 Berlin Olympics Games

Could it possibly be so that a village in Hong Kong known for its laundry and dairy services provided nearly all players for the Chinese soccer team in the 1936 Berlin Olympics? That was the suggestion in a report produced …

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2007 Women’s World Cup: Germany Edge Out Brazil In Final

China hosted the 2007 Women’s World Cup Final on 30 September 2007, which was won by Germany, who defeated Brazil 2–0. The defending champions of the 2003 FIFA Women’s World Cup final played the Brazil national team who had never …

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Paul Breitner: German Star To Score In Two World Cup Finals

Paul Breitner played professional soccer for the German national team as a midfielder and left-back. In addition to being named in the World Cup All-Time Team, Breitner was also considered one of the best players of his generation. He formed …

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Uwe Seeler: Famous Germany Soccer Legend, Hamburg Icon

Uwe Seeler is widely considered one of the greatest German soccer players of all time. Uwe was born on 5 November 1936 in Hamburg, where he subsequently joined his beloved local club Hamburger SV at just nine years of age. …

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Which Teams Have Won The World Cup: Most Wins By Country

Being the world’s most prestigious association football tournament, there is a lot to be said about the World Cup winners throughout the years. We will review which teams have won the World Cup, providing details about the World Cup winners …

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Olaf Thon: The Former German Central Midfield Maestro

Olaf Thon recalls: “I still remember Peter Shilton not diving towards the corner until the previous penalties from Riedle, Matthaus, and Brehme had already gone in.” So I said to myself: “Come on, son, just hit the target, nothing too …

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Stephane Chapuisat: The Switzerland Prolific Goalscorer

There are many professions where the proverbial baton is passed from generation to generation, and soccer is no exception. And when it comes to sons emulating their fathers’ success, the case of the Chapuisat family is as fine an example …

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