Date change: The Charity Auction will be held on December 11, 2022.
A WORLD CHAMPION COLLECTION FOR A GOOD CAUSE
HORST-DIETER HÖTTGES | CHARITY AUCTION
DEUTSCHES FUSSBALLMUSEUM DORTMUND | 11. DEZEMBER 2022 | 12 H
In a unique auction, the private collection of soccer memorabilia of the World Champion of 1974,
Horst-Dieter Höttges, will be auctioned off for a good cause.
At the request of the Höttges family, 50% of the auction proceeds will go directly to the aid organization "Ein Herz für Kinder". With the other half, the family reserves the right to support regional projects and associations in the Bremen area and beyond.
This auction will take place on site at the German Football Museum in Dortmund, as well as be available for bidding online.
Original gold medal of the 1974 World Cup in Germany
Original gold medal for winning the 1972 European Football Championship in Belgium
Original medal for the 3rd place of the World Championship 1970 in Mexico
Official participant medal of the World Cup 1974 in fine silver
Original press photo of the Wembley goal from the final match in 1966
Silver pin of honor of the DFB
World Cup 1974 - DFB player replica
German national team signature ball - World Cup 1970 in Mexico
Honorary captain trophy - SV Werder Bremen
Höttges' original "match worn" 1974 World Cup jersey - No. 6
Signature ball FC Bayern Munich 70s
Inge Ejderstedt's original "match worn" 1974 World Cup jersey - No. 16
Original 1966 World Cup pennant of the Asociación Uruguaya de Football
Passarella original "match worn" 1982 World Cup jersey
Press releases of the GDR national team 1974
German national team signature ball - World Cup 1974
Marco Rivas original 1970 World Cup jersey
Original World Cup pennant from the 1970 World Cup in Mexico
Original DFB going out jacket from the 1970 World Cup in Mexico
Zygmunt Maszczyk original "match worn" jersey of the "Water Battle of Frankfurt", semi-final of the 1974 World Cup
Duck Lippens "match worn" original jersey from Höttges' farewell game 1979
Bernd Hölzenbein's "match worn" original jersey from Höttges' farewell game in 1979
Berti Vogts "match worn" original jersey from Höttges' farewell match in 1979
ONLINE CATALOG & BIDDING
ONLINE CATALOG & ONLINE OFFER
Submit your pre-bids or telephone bid requests for your lots in writing using the pre-bid form. Download the pre-bid form as a PDF file and send it to us by e-mail to email@example.com or by fax to 06241 954 1235.
The deadline for written pre-bids is Sunday, December 11, 2022 at 10am!
GENERAL INFORMATION ABOUT THE AUCTION PROCESS
German Football Museum in Dortmund | December 11, 2022
December 11, 2022 | 10 a.m. (German Football Museum | free admission)
December 11, 2022 | 10 a.m. - 12 p.m. (German Football Museum)
December 11, 2022 | 12 p.m. (live & online auction)
JERSEYS FOR CHARITY
HORST-DIETER HÖTTGES | MEMORABILIA | CHARITY AUCTION
GERMAN FOOTBALL MUSEUM DORTMUND | DECEMBER 11, 2022 | 12 H
German Champion 1965. Vice World Champion 1966. European Champion 1972. World Champion 1974.
Even if some soccer fans do not directly associate Horst-Dieter Höttges with these titles, few soccer players of his time achieved as much as he did.
With 66 caps for the German national team and 420 Bundesliga games for SV Werder Bremen, he is one of the veterans of German soccer history.
The fact that children and young people in particular have always been close to Horst-Dieter Höttges' heart was demonstrated not only during his time as coach of the U15 youth team at SV Werder Bremen, but also during the planning surrounding his farewell match in 1979.
So he organized that at his last match in front of a large crowd, the team of his "World Selection" dressed in jerseys of the aid organization "Ein Herz für Kinder" (A Heart for Children) at the Weser Stadium in Bremen and donations were collected around the event. By the time the final whistle blew, Horst-Dieter Höttges had already decided that this would not be his last major fundraising campaign.
This Christmas season, 43 years after his last major appearance as a footballer, his farewell to his soccer memorabilia is also expected to be charitable.
Highlights of the auction include Höttges' "match worn" Germany jersey from the 1974 World Cup, the original 1974 FIFA gold medal, various "Ein Herz für Kinder" jerseys from his 1979 World Cup farewell game, an original Adidas soccer ball with the signatures of the German national team from the 1970 World Cup in Mexico and various original press materials.
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