1912: Hungary – Germany 4-4 (1-4)

Match 19.

14.4.1912

Budapest.

Referee: Meisl (Austria)

Spectators: 25.000

Hungary: Domonkos, Payer, Csüdör-Csávosi, Biró, Bródy, Takács, Sebstyén, Bodnár, Koródy, Schlosser-Lakatos, Borbás.

Germany: Ad. Werner, Röpnack, Hempel, Krogmann, Ugi, W. Krauß, Wegele, A. Jäger, Worpitzky, Kipp, E. Möller.

Goals: 1:0 Schlosser-Lakatos (9.), 1:1 E. Möller (15.), 1:2 Kipp (17.), 1:3 Worpitzky (25.), 1:4 A. Jäger (44.), 2:4 Bodnár (59.), 3:4 Bodnár (65.), 4:4 Bodnár (75.).

** Perhaps the oldest footage of a Germany’s match. **

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3 Responses to 1912: Hungary – Germany 4-4 (1-4)

  1. Schnipp08 says:

    14th April 1912: The day the Titanic hits an iceberg and later sunk at 2:20 a.m. on April 15th, 1912. I know it’s a blog about the German national football team but it’s an interesting fact anyway.

  2. impromptuinc says:

    Incredible input, thank you!

  3. Aleks Chistogan says:

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