|Date of birth||12 January 1946|
|Place of birth||Steyr, Austria|
|Date of death||23 September 2018(aged 72)|
|Place of death||Linz, Austria|
|Height||1.73 m (5 ft 8 in)|
|1962–1964||SK Amateure Steyr|
|2010-2012||LASK (youth coordinator)|
|2011-2012||LASK II (caretaker coach)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only|
Career[change | change source]
Helmut Köglberger started playing football for SV Sierning and SK Amateure Steyr.
His career as a professional soccer player began 1964 at LASK. In the 1964/65 season they won the championship and the cup. In 1968 he moved to Wiener Austria. With Austria he won the title in the 1968/69 and the the following season. He played 227 official games for Austria and scored 122 goals. During the 1974/75 season he moved back to LASK and was top scorer a second time with a total of 22 goals. 2008 Köglberger was voted LASK player of the century.
International[change | change source]
On 5 September 1965, Köglberger made his debut for the national team against Hungary. His last match was on 10 November 1976 versus Greece. He made a total of 28 appearances, scored 6 goals and also was captain of the team.
Manager[change | change source]
Early life[change | change source]
Honours[change | change source]
- 3 × Austrian Champion: 1965 (LASK), 1969, 1970 (Austria Wien)
- 3 × Austrian Cup: 1965 (LASK), 1971, 1974 (Austria Wien)
- 2 × Topscorer Austrian Bundesliga: 1969, 1975
- Captain of the Austrian national football team (28 matches, 6 goals)
- Bronzener Schuh (3rd place European top scorers): 1968/69
References[change | change source]
- "Helmut Köglberger". worldfootball.net. Retrieved 31 May 2018.
- ÖFB Profile Helmut Köglberger
- "Oberösterreichs Fußball trauert um Helmut Köglberger". nachrichten.at.
- Standard.at Nachruf (German)