Karl Stürmer

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Karl Stürmer
Personal information
Full name Karl Stürmer
Date of birth (1882-10-09)9 October 1882
Place of birth Vienna, Austria–Hungary
Date of death 1943 (aged 60)
Place of death Faenza, Italy
Playing position Defender, Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1898 First Vienna FC
1901–? Wiener AC
National team
1903–1905 Austria 2 (0)
Teams managed
1918–1919 Wiener AC
1919–1920 Rudolfshügel
1920–1922 Reggiana
1922–1924 Torino
1924–1926 Reggiana
1926–1929 Prato
1929–1930 Torino
1931–1932 Alessandria
1932–1934 Lazio
1934 Massese
1934–1936 Livorno
1936–1937 Alessandria
1938–1939 Juventus (assistant coach)
1940–1941 Cremonese
1941–1942 Verona
1942–1943 Cesena
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of March 2, 2010.
† Appearances (Goals).

Karl Stürmer (October 9, 1882 – 1943) was an Austrian professional footballer and manager.

Career[edit]

Footballer[edit]

As a footballer, he grew up in Wiener Cricket; then he played as full-back for First Vienna FC and as midfielder for Wiener AC.[1]

With Wiener AC won a Tagblatt Pokal in 1901.[2] He even played two matches with Austria national team.[3]

Coach[edit]

In 1918 Stürmer began a long career as manager in Austria and Italy.

He managed Reggiana and Prato in Divisione Nazionale and Torino, Alessandria, Lazio, Livorno and Juventus (as Virginio Rosetta assistant) in Serie A.[1][4]

Death[edit]

He died in 1943, shot by the Germans in Faenza, Italy.[5]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b List of Austrian Players and Coaches in Italy before 1945
  2. ^ iffhs.de
  3. ^ Stats on eu-football.info
  4. ^ I grandi allenatori: Carlo Sturmer, on «Il Littoriale», October 31, 1935, p. 3, availaible on emeroteca.coni.it
  5. ^ Il salotto libery dei proletari (Italian)