Franz Binder

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Franz Binder
Personal information
Full name Franz Binder
Date of birth 1 December 1911(1911-12-01)
Place of birth St.Pölten, Austria
Date of death 24 April 1989(1989-04-24) (aged 77)
Height 1.90 m (6 ft 3 in)
Playing position Striker (retired)
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1930 - 1949 SK Rapid Wien
National team
1933-1938
1939 - 1941
1945 - 1947
Austria
Germany
Austria
Teams managed
1949-1951
1952-1954
1954–1955
1960–1962
1962–1966
1969–1970
1975–1976
Rapid Wien
SSV Jahn Regensburg
1. FC Nuremberg
PSV Eindhoven
Rapid Wien
TSV 1860 München
Rapid Wien
SW Bregenz
FC Kufstein
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Franz "Bimbo" Binder (*1 December 1911 in St.Pölten, Austria; †24 April 1989 in Vienna, Austria) was an Austrian football player and coach. He played for SK Rapid Wien as forward. With over 1000 goals he is one of the few who made this.

Career[change | change source]

Binder played his whole career for SK Rapid Wien, where he started at the age of 19.[1] With Rapid he won 3 times the Austrian Championship and in 1941 the German Championship, bacause Austria was then occupied by Germany. In the match versus Schalke 04 he scored three of the four goals for Rapid.

He played in the Austrian national football team 14 times before the Second World War and 5 times after the war. For Germany he played between 1938 and 1941 nine times and scored ten goals. For Austria he scored 16 times in 19 matches.

Franz Binder scored 421 goals in 347 matches for Rapid, Austria and Germany. Altogether he scored 1006 goals in 756 matches.

Coach[change | change source]

After the end of his career he became coach in Germany, Austria and the Netherlands. ( SSV Jahn Regensburg, PSV Eindhoven, 1. FC Nuremberg, 1860 München and Rapid Wien)

Player honours[change | change source]

Other links[change | change source]

References[change | change source]

  1. http://www.rapidarchiv.at/ (German)