* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Josef Pöttinger (16 April 1903 – 9 September 1970) was a German football player. His nicknames were Sepp and Pötschge. During his career he played for Bayern Munich and had 14 appearances for Germany.
Pöttinger debuted with 16 years in the first team of Bayern Munich. He was a striker, renowned for his technical excellence. His opponents' difficulties to stop him often resulted in brutal fouls, which led to constant injuries for Pöttinger and eventually to an early end of his career.
When Bayern Munich won the southgerman championship 1925–26 he had scored 57 times during the season. 1928 was the year of his greatest success with the club, when they reached the semifinals of the German championship. He had to end his career in 1930 due to knee-injury.