Saarland national football team

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Saarland
Shirt badge/Association crest
AssociationSaarland Football Association (SFA)
ConfederationUEFA (Europe)
Head coachHelmut Schön
Most capsWaldemar Philippi (18)
Top scorer
Home stadiumLudwigsparkstadion
FIFA codeSAA
First colours
Second colours
Elo ranking
Highest31 (June 1953)
Lowest49 (June 1956)
First international
Biggest win
Biggest defeat

The Saarland national football team (German: Saarländische Fußballnationalmannschaft) was the association football team representing Saarland from 1950 to 1956 during the French occupation after World War II. Their last game was played on june 6, 1956. Shortly afterwards, the team merged into the West Germany national football team.

Results and fixtures[change | change source]

The following shows all games played by the Saarland team. [1]

Date Type of Game Home Team Result Away
November 22, 1950 Friendly Saar (protectorate) Saarland 5 – 3 Switzerland Switzerland
May 27, 1951 Friendly Saar (protectorate) Saarland 3 – 2 Austria Austria
September 15, 1951 Friendly Switzerland Switzerland 2 – 5 Saar (protectorate) Saarland
October 14, 1951 Friendly Austria Austria 4 – 1 Saar (protectorate) Saarland
April 20, 1952 Friendly Saar (protectorate) Saarland 0 – 1 France France
October 5, 1952 Friendly France France 1 – 3 Saar (protectorate) Saarland
June 24, 1953 1954 FIFA World Cup Qual Norway Norway 2 – 3 Saar (protectorate) Saarland
October 11, 1953 1954 FIFA World Cup Qual Germany West Germany 3 – 0 Saar (protectorate) Saarland
November 8, 1953 1954 FIFA World Cup Qual Saar (protectorate) Saarland 0 – 0 Norway Norway
March 28, 1954 1954 FIFA World Cup Qual Saar (protectorate) Saarland 1 – 3 Germany West Germany
June 5, 1954 Friendly Saar (protectorate) Saarland 1 – 7 Uruguay Uruguay
September 26, 1954 Friendly Saar (protectorate) Saarland 1 – 5 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
October 17, 1954 Friendly France France 4 – 1 Saar (protectorate) Saarland
May 1, 1955 Friendly Portugal Portugal 6 – 1 Saar (protectorate) Saarland
October 9, 1955 Friendly Saar (protectorate) Saarland 7 – 5 France France
November 16, 1955 Friendly Saar (protectorate) Saarland 1 – 2 Netherlands Netherlands
May 1, 1956 Friendly Saar (protectorate) Saarland 1 – 1 Switzerland Switzerland
June 3, 1956 Friendly Saar (protectorate) Saarland 0 – 0 Portugal Portugal
June 6, 1956 Friendly Netherlands Netherlands 3 – 2 Saar (protectorate) Saarland

References[change | change source]

  1. "Saar national football team match results". Saar national football team match results. Retrieved 1 February 2015.