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Hermann Stessl

Hermann Stessl
Personal information
Full nameHermann Stessl
Date of birth (1940-09-03) 3 September 1940 (age 73)
Place of birthGraz, Austria
Youth career
1952–1957Grazer AK
Senior career*
1957–Grazer AK
FC Dornbirn
–1970SV Leibnitz
Teams managed
1969–1970SV Leibnitz
1970–1972SV Wolfsberg
1972–1973SV Kapfenberg
1973–1977Grazer AK
1977–1978FK Austria Wien
1979–1980AEK Athens
1980–1981FC Porto
1982–1983Boavista Porto FC
1983–1984Vitória Guimarães SC
1984–1985Sturm Graz
1985–1986FK Austria Wien
1986–1988FC Zürich
1988Racing Santander
1991–1992Kremser SC
1992–1993FK Austria Wien
1995–1996SV Austria Salzburg
* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).

Hermann Stessl (born 3 September 1940 in Graz) is an Austrian retired football player and coach.


Stessl played for Grazer AK,[1] starting his first team career in 1957.[2]

Stessl has coached FC Zürich[3] Grazer AK,[4] Austria Vienna,[5] AEK Athens, FC Porto, SV Austria Salzburg[6] and Boavista SC.

With FK Austria Wien, he won four Austrian football championships in 1978, 1979, 1986 and 1993. With Austria, he also reached the final of the European Cup Winners' Cup 1977–78, losing 4–0 to Belgium's R.S.C. Anderlecht.

He now runs a football academy, the Hermann Stessl Fußballschule.


External links

  • Hermann Stessl football academy official site

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