East Germany men's national volleyball team

The East Germany men's national volleyball team was to 1990 the national team of East Germany. It was governed by the Deutscher Sportverband Volleyball der DDR and takes part in international volleyball competitions.

East Germany
AssociationDeutscher Sportverband Volleyball der DDR
ConfederationCEV
FIVB ranking? (as of October 2019)
Uniforms
Home
Away
Summer Olympics
Appearances2 (First in 1968)
Best resultRunners-up, 1972
World Championship
Appearances7 (First in 1956)
Best resultChampions, 1970
European Championship
Appearances10 (First in 1958)
Best result4th Place, 1967, 1971
East Germany men's national volleyball team
Medal record
Olympic Games
1972 MunichTeam
World Championship
1970 BulgariaTeam
World Cup
1969 East GermanyTeam

Competitive record

     Champions       2nd Place       3rd Place  

Summer Olympics

Summer Olympics record
Year Qualifications Result
1964Did not qualify
1968Promotion4th Place
1972Promotion2nd Place
1976Did not qualify
1980
1984
1988

FIVB World Championship

FIVB World Championship record
Year Qualifications Result
1949Did not enter
1952
1956-12th Place
1960Did not enter
1962-11th Place
1966Promotion4th Place
1970PromotionChampions
1974Promotion4th Place
1978Promotion9th Place
1982Promotion12th Place
1986Did not qualify
1990

European Championship

European Championship record
Year Qualifications Result
1948Did not enter
1950
1951
1955
1958-9th Place
1963-9th Place
1967-4th Place
1971-4th Place
1975Promotion7th Place
1977Promotion9th Place
1979Promotion9th Place
1981Promotion6th Place
1983Host6th Place
1985Did not qualify
1987
1989Promotion9th Place

Coaches history

Name From To Honours
Herbert Gabriel 1951 1952
Werner Brock 1953 1954
Gerhard Feck 1955 1955
Fritz Döring 1955 1957
Helmut Hampel 1957 1958
Fritz Döring 1959 1959
Herbert Jenter 1960 1974 1972 Olympics Runners-up, 1970 World Champions, 1969 World Cup Winner
Kurt Radde 1975 1978
Herbert Jenter 1979 1980
Lothar Schröter 1981 1983
Bernd Walther 1984 1986
Rolf Hornschuch 1987 1987
Ulrich Sernow 1988 1990

See also

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