Pierre Littbarski

Littbarski in 2006

German professional football manager and former player of 1. FC Köln and the West Germany national team.

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Littbarski in 2006

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SC Fortuna Köln

German association football club playing in the city of Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia.

German association football club playing in the city of Cologne, North Rhine-Westphalia.

Logo of predecessor side Victoria Köln 1911
Historical chart of Fortuna league performance

Although they outplayed their opposition, Fortuna's magic had run out and they lost 0–1 on a late goal by Pierre Littbarski.

Racing Club de France Football

French association football club based in Colombes, a suburb of Paris.

French association football club based in Colombes, a suburb of Paris.

Racing (in dark jersey with horizontal stripes) playing Argentine Racing Club in Parc des Princes, 1950

Notable players include Roger Marche, Oscar Heisserer, Thadée Cisowski, Raoul Diagne, Luis Fernández, Maxime Bossis, David Ginola, Luís Sobrinho, Pierre Littbarski, Enzo Francescoli, Alfred Bloch, and Rubén Paz.

JEF United Chiba

Japanese professional football club that plays in the J2 League.

Japanese professional football club that plays in the J2 League.

Akitas and Mina

The club initially built itself around the former Germany national football team player Pierre Littbarski.

VfL Wolfsburg

German professional sports club based in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony.

German professional sports club based in Wolfsburg, Lower Saxony.

Historical chart of Wolfsburg league performance after WWII
Wolfsburg against Borussia Dortmund at the Volkswagen Arena in May 2009.
Wolfsburg fans against TSG 1899 Hoffenheim.
Felix Magath led Wolfsburg to win the Bundesliga in 2009

On 7 February 2011, however, it was announced that McClaren had been sacked and that Pierre Littbarski would be taking over.

Yokohama FC

Japanese professional football club based in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, part of the Greater Tokyo Area.

Japanese professional football club based in Yokohama, Kanagawa Prefecture, part of the Greater Tokyo Area.

Graphical timeline of Yokohama football clubs

For its first season in 1999, Yokohama FC hired former German national team and World Cup star Pierre Littbarski to be the manager and Yasuhiko Okudera, the first Japanese footballer to play professionally in Europe, to be the chairman.

Sydney FC

Australian professional soccer club based in Sydney, New South Wales.

Australian professional soccer club based in Sydney, New South Wales.

Sydney FC playing the Los Angeles Galaxy at ANZ Stadium in 2007.
Sydney supporters during a match in 2008
Sydney vs Gold Coast United
Sydney FC playing against the Newcastle Jets in October 2012.
Original logo. From 2004 to 2017
Allianz Stadium prior to Sydney FC defeating Melbourne Victory 2–0 to win the 2009–10 Hyundai A-League Premiership in front of 25,407 fans
Sydney supporters at the northern end of Allianz Stadium
Sydney supporters during a match against Melbourne Victory

German Pierre Littbarski was signed as head coach, assisted by former Norwich City player Ian Crook.

MSV Duisburg

German association football club based in Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia.

German association football club based in Duisburg, North Rhine-Westphalia.

Historical chart of MSV Duisburg league performance after WWII
Former logo of MSV Duisburg.

🇩🇪 Pierre Littbarski (2001–2002)

1982 FIFA World Cup official logo

1982 FIFA World Cup

The 12th FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial football tournament for men's senior national teams, and was played in Spain between 13 June and 11 July 1982.

The 12th FIFA World Cup, a quadrennial football tournament for men's senior national teams, and was played in Spain between 13 June and 11 July 1982.

1982 FIFA World Cup official logo
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Honduras team in Alginet, during a June 1982 preparatory match.
A statue commemorating the 1982 FIFA World Cup at the Estadio Riazor in A Coruña.
Adidas Tango España, official match ball of Spain '82
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In the game between France and West Germany, the Germans opened the scoring through a Pierre Littbarski strike in the 17th minute, and the French equalised nine minutes later with a Michel Platini penalty.

Weisweiler in 1970

Hennes Weisweiler

German professional football player and coach.

German professional football player and coach.

Weisweiler in 1970
Weisweiler and the names of the players of the "Team of the Century"
Weisweiler (right) alongside Berti Vogts, one of his players at Mönchengladbach, 1970
Weisweiler (right) with Wolfgang Overath in 1976

He is also famous for having developed the talents of many outstanding players, including Günter Netzer, Berti Vogts, Jupp Heynckes, Rainer Bonhof, Allan Simonsen, Uli Stielike, Bernd Schuster, and Pierre Littbarski.

Stielike in 2014

Uli Stielike

German former footballer and manager.

German former footballer and manager.

Stielike in 2014
Stielike coaching Umm Salal in 2012

A famous photograph from the resulting shootout showed Stielike being consoled by a young Pierre Littbarski after having just missed a penalty, his head buried in Littbarski's shirt.