Raimond Aumann

Raimond Aumann ( born October 12, 1963 in Augsburg ) is a former German football player. He was active for the clubs SV Stadtwerke Augsburg, FC Augsburg, FC Bayern Munich and Istanbul Beşiktaş.


FC Bayern Munich

The goalkeeper joined in 1980 as a youth player from FC Augsburg FC Bayern Munich. There he first played in the A- youth, before he was taken in 1982 as the first fourth goalkeeper behind Manfred Müller, Walter Junghans and the Belgian Jean -Marie Pfaff in the professional squad. After the departure of Junghans ( September 1982) and Müller (Summer 1984), Aumann and Pfaff contributed henceforth from a tough competition for a place in the Bayern goal, culminating in the fact that Pfaff Aumann said to have been a slap in the face during a training session. 1984 Aumann was the first time the number 1 (Bundesliga debut on August 25, 1984 on Matchday 1 in a 3-1 success in Bielefeld ), and remained so until his cruciate ligament injury in November 1985. He was then a full season and Pfaff was again the number 1 Before this injury Aumann was traded even as the third goalkeeper for the 1986 World Cup in Mexico. After Bayern guide the eternal dispute between the two was tired Pfaff had to leave Bayern in the summer of 1988, and Aumann was finally the new number one goal of the German championship record, which he remained until 1994. His final breakthrough came in December 1988 in the UEFA Cup second leg at Inter Milan, where he secured a 3-1 victory for Bayern at the San Siro stadium with spectacular parades.

In the 1991/92 season he was injured again hard on the knee and fell off again for months. As the number 2, Sven Scheuer, was injured, dedicated Bayern on a piece of advice Aumann towards his friend Toni Schumacher, the then eight games completed until the winter break after the other two substitute goalkeeper Gerald Hillringhaus and Uwe Gospodarek did not know to convince.

From 1988 to 1994 he was one of the best goalkeepers in Germany. In the twelve years in Munich Bundesliga Aumann was six times German champion and twice DFB Cup winner. From 1992 to 1994 Aumann was also captain of Bayern. This office was laid after differences with coach Erich Ribbeck down in January 1994. This year he was also elected from the kicker to the best goalkeeper of the season.

Beşiktaş Istanbul

After the Bavarians had Oliver Kahn obliged to season 1994/ 95 as the new goalkeeper, Aumann moved to Turkey for Beşiktaş Istanbul, with whom he was 1995 champion. Again, his injury problems he remained faithful; in the preparation of the 1994/95 season he broke his foot in a test match and fell several months.


Aumann in 1984 and 1985, a total of seven times used in international matches of the German U - 21 team; his debut was on October 16, 1984 in Munster than in the European Championship qualifier Sweden was defeated 1-0 gates.

His debut in the senior team, he was on September 6, 1989 with the Substitutes ( for Bodo Illgner ) for the second half during a friendly match in Ireland (final score 1:1). His last four internationals, he completed on October 10, 1990 in Sweden; 3-1 success, he played for the first time about 90 minutes. He was part of the squad (as number 2 behind Bodo Illgner ) of the national team, which in Italy won the world champion title at the 1990 World Cup.

In preparation for this World Cup, the discussion about the number 1 was again flared up, as Aumann handed in two gala performances in the semifinals of the European Champions' Cup against AC Milan (0-1 A and 2-1 aet H). The discussion trailed off but then a short time later after the warm-up match of the German national team against Uruguay ( 3-3 ) in which Aumann, on as a substitute at half-time for Illgner, all three goals conceded and left a good impression. Illgner was now the undisputed number 1 and number 2 Aumann Due to his serious knee injury in 1991 and differences with national coach Berti Vogts his international career ended early. Andreas Kopke became the new number 2, later goalkeeper.

After 216 Bundesliga games, 33 top-flight games in Turkey, 35 European Cup games, 7 U-21 internationals and 4 A- international matches ended in 1996 his footballing career.


  • 1990 World Cup champion
  • German Champion 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1994
  • DFB Cup winners in 1984, 1986
  • DFB - Supercup winner 1987, 1990
  • Turkish Champion 1995
  • Second in the Junior B Championship 1979