Fritz Buchloh

Fritz Buchloh (November 26, 1909 – July 22, 1998, aged 88) was born in Mülheim an der Ruhr, Germany.

Buchloh worked as an administrative officer in his home town of Mülheim. Fighting in World War II he suffered 12 bone fractures and was interned in France as a civilian after the war. After his release he became national coach in Iceland, being one of the first Germans that were allowed to work internationally again. He was later coach of Lower Rhine Football Federation and his former club Schwarz-Weiß Essen and was also one of the founding members of German Football Coaches’ Association. In later years he represented an industrial company before he finally established his own company as a supplier for the mining industry.

(source: Wikipedia and SR/Olympic Sports).

  • Member of Germany’s squad for the 1938 FIFA World Cup (VfB Speldorf).
  • Matches played for Germany: 17 (1932-1936).
  • Goals: 0.
  • Clubs:

1933–1938: VfB Speldorf.

1938–1939: Hertha BSC.

1939–1945: Schwarz-Weiß Essen.

  • Matches played for Germany in the FIFA World Cup: 1

1934 World Cup qualifying: Luxembourg – Germany 1-9

 

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