Edmund Adamkiewicz

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Edmund Adamkiewicz
Personal information
Full name Edmund Adamkiewicz
Date of birth (1920-04-21)21 April 1920
Place of birth Hamburg, Germany
Date of death 4 April 1991(1991-04-04) (aged 70)
Playing position Forward
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
1936–1939 Viktoria Wilhelmsburg
1939–1943 Hamburger SV
1943–1944 Altona 93
1944 HSV Groß-Born
1945–1946 Hamburger SV
1946–1947 Eintracht Frankfurt
1947–1951 Hamburger SV
1951–1952 VfB Mühlburg
1952–1953 Karlsruher SC
1953–1955 Harburger TB
National team
1942 Germany 2 (1)
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.

Edmund "Adam" Adamkiewicz (21 April 1920 in Hamburg – 4 April 1991) was a German footballer.

Adamkiewicz's career began in Wilhelmsburg, where he played for Viktoria Wilhelmsburg,[1] and led him to various clubs,[2] his first spell with Hamburger SV starting in early 1940. Both of his international appearances were during World War II. On November 22, 1942 Adamkiewicz scored his only international goal.[3]

After the war finished, Adamkiewicz played for Eintracht Frankfurt during the 1946/47 season and played 21 times. In 1947 he returned to Hamburg where he became top-scorer for two non-consecutive seasons, before moving on in 1951. He was with VfB Mühlburg/Karlsruher SC for a time before returning to Hamburg once again where he joined Harburger TB.

References

  1. ^ 100 Jahre Viktoria Wilhelmsburg
  2. ^ Oberliga Nord players A to Z
  3. ^ "Edmund Adamkiewicz". eu-football.info. Retrieved 15 April 2013. 

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