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1955–56 DFB-Pokal

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1955–56 DFB-Pokal

1955–56 DFB-Pokal
Country West Germany West Germany
Teams 5
Champions Karlsruher SC
Runners-up Hamburger SV
Matches played 4
Goals scored 14 (3.5 per match)

The 1955–56 DFB-Pokal was the 13th season of a German football knockout competition and the fourth season played as DFB-Pokal. It began on 29 April 1956 and ended on 5 August 1956. Five teams, one from each regional federation, competed in the tournament during three rounds. In the final Karlsruher SC defeated Hamburger SV 3–2, thereby defending their title from the preceding season.[1]

Qualification round

April 29, 1956
Spandauer SV 0 – 1 FK Pirmasens


June 5/6, 1956
Fortuna Düsseldorf 1 – 2 Hamburger SV

June 5/6, 1956
FK Pirmasens 1 – 5 Karlsruher SC


August 5, 1956
Karlsruher SC 3 – 1 Hamburger SV
Termath Goal 40'63'
Kohn Goal 87'
Seeler Goal 16'
Wildparkstadion, Karlsruhe
Attendance: 25,000
Referee: Loser (Essen)
GK 1 West Germany Rudi Fischer
DF West Germany Werner Hesse
DF West Germany Walter Baureis
MF West Germany Heinz Ruppenstein
MF West Germany Siegfried Geesemann
MF West Germany Gerhard Siedl
FW West Germany Oswald Traub
FW West Germany Kurt Sommerlatt
FW Luxembourg Antoine Kohn
FW West Germany Heinz Beck
FW West Germany Bernhard Termath
West Germany Ludwig Janda
GK 1 West Germany Horst Schnoor
DF West Germany Franz Klepatz
DF West Germany Walter Schemel
MF West Germany Jochenfritz Meinke
MF West Germany Josef Posipal
MF West Germany Heinz Liese
FW West Germany Gerhard Krug
FW West Germany Klaus Stürmer
FW West Germany Uwe Seeler
FW West Germany Günter Schlegel
FW West Germany Uwe Reuter
West Germany Günter Mahlmann
West Germany Martin Wilke


External links

  • Official site of the DFB (German)
  • (German)
  • 1956 results at (German)
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