Rudolf Vytlačil

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Rudolf Vytlačil
Personal information
Date of birth (1912-02-09)9 February 1912
Place of birth Schwechat, Austria-Hungary
Date of death 1 June 1977(1977-06-01) (aged 65)
Position(s) Midfielder
Senior career*
Years Team Apps (Gls)
Phönix Schwechat
1930–1932 SK Slovan Wien
1932–1934 SK Rapid Wien
1934 Wiener AC
1934–1935 Favoritner Sportclub
1935–1944 Slavia Prague
International career
1936 Czechoslovakia 1 (0)
Managerial career
1946–1947 Meteor České Budějovice
1948 Radomiak Radom
1948–1950 Tatran Teplice
1951–1952 TJ Baník Ostrava OKD
1954 Křídla vlasti Olomouc
1955 TJ Gottwaldov
1956 Radotín
1958–1963 Czechoslovakia
1964 Czechoslovakia
1964–1966 Levski Sofia
1964–1966 Bulgaria
1966–1968 SK Rapid Wien
1968–1970 Levski Sofia
1973 Slavia Prague
*Club domestic league appearances and goals

Rudolf Vytlačil (Czech pronunciation: [ˈrudolv ˈvɪtlatʃɪl]]; German: Rudolf "Rudi" Vytlacil) (9 February 1912, Schwechat – 1 June 1977) was an Czechoslovak football player and manager.

Born in Schwechat on outskirts of Vienna, Vytlačil started his career at the local club Phönix Schwechat. Later he played for SK Slovan Wien, SK Rapid Wien and Favoritner Sportclub in the Austrian Championship and for Slavia Prague in the Czechoslovak Championship.

He was the coach of the Czechoslovak national team when they finished as runners-up in the 1962 FIFA World Cup and was in charge of Bulgaria at the 1966 FIFA World Cup.

Vytlačil coached several clubs, including 1947–1948 Radomiak Radom from Poland, Levski Sofia (won two Bulgarian championships in 1965 and 1970, and one Bulgarian Cup in 1970), TJ Baník Ostrava OKD, Tatran Teplice (now FK Teplice), TJ Gottwaldov (now FC Zlín) and, from 1966 to 1968, his former club SK Rapid Wien. With Rapid he won the Austrian championship twice and reached the quarterfinal of the European Champions Cup after a victory against Real Madrid.

External links

  • Profile at rapidarchiv.at
  • Profile at fotbal.cz
  • Profile at slavia.cz
Rudolf Vytlačil international tournaments
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Czechoslovakia squad1960 European Nations' Cup third place
Czechoslovakia
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Czechoslovakia squad1962 FIFA World Cup runners-up
Czechoslovakia
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Czechoslovakia football squad1964 Summer Olympics – Silver medalists
Czechoslovakia
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Bulgaria squad1966 FIFA World Cup
Bulgaria
Rudolf Vytlačil managerial positions
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FK Teplicemanagers
  • Šteflík (1945–46)
  • Krčil (1947–48)
  • Vytlačil (1948–50)
  • Kuželík (1950–51)
  • Krčil (1952–62)
  • Chobot (1962–65)
  • Kalous (1965–66)
  • Rýgr (1966–70)
  • Forejt (1970–73)
  • Rýgr (1973–77)
  • Bílek (1977–79)
  • Mirka (1979–81)
  • Cerman (1981–83)
  • Kollár (1983–84)
  • Zadina (1984–85)
  • Vytisk (1985–86)
  • Rubáš (1986–87)
  • Cerman (1987–89)
  • Mixa (1989–91)
  • Bokša (1991–93)
  • Cerman (1993–97)
  • Pešice (1997–2000)
  • Rada (2000–01)
  • Bílek (2001)
  • Uhrin (2001)
  • Cipro (2001–02)
  • Straka (2002–04)
  • Nevrlý & Poštulkac (2004)
  • Mareček (2004–07)
  • Bartl (2007)
  • Rada (2007–08)
  • Plíšek (2008–11)
  • Rada (2011–12)
  • Přerostc (2012)
  • Ščasný (2012–15)
  • Rada (2015)
  • Vavruška (2015–16)
  • Šmejkal (2016–18)
  • Hejkal (2018–20)
  • Kučera (2020–21)
  • Jarošík (2021–)
(c) = caretaker manager
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FC Baník Ostravamanagers
(c) = caretaker manager
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Czechoslovakia national football teammanagers
  • Fanta (1920)
  • Žabokrtský & Kalina (1922)
  • Fanta (1922–23)
  • Bezecný (1924)
  • Pelikán (1924)
  • Henčl (1925)
  • Katz (1926)
  • Kraus (1926–27)
  • Henčl (1927–29)
  • Kraus (1929)
  • Henčl (1929)
  • Pelikán & Valoušek (1930)
  • Přecechtěl (1930)
  • Fanta (1930–31)
  • Pelikán & Petrů (1931)
  • Fanta (1931–32)
  • Petrů (1932)
  • Fanta (1932)
  • Pelikán (1933)
  • Petrů (1933)
  • Bezecný (1933)
  • Petrů (1933–34)
  • Pelikán (1935)
  • Bezecný (1935–37)
  • Tesař (1937)
  • Meissner (1938)
  • Blažej (1939)
  • Myška (1946)
  • Pichler (1946–47)
  • Valoušek & Gürtler (1947)
  • Pichler (1947)
  • Vodička (1948)
  • Knobloch (1948)
  • Bokšay (1948)
  • Vodička (1948)
  • Daučík (1948)
  • Čambal (1949)
  • Bokšay (1949)
  • Ženíšek (1950–51)
  • Musil (1951–52)
  • Lanhaus (1952–1953)
  • Luka (1953)
  • Luka & Borhy (1953)
  • Borhy (1953)
  • Luka & Borhy (1953)
  • Borhy (1953–54)
  • Rýgr (1954–55)
  • Bokšay (1955)
  • Rýgr (1955)
  • Rýgr & Kolský (1956)
  • Rýgr (1956–57)
  • Rýgr & Bejbl (1957)
  • Bejbl (1957)
  • Rýgr & Bejbl (1957)
  • Rýgr (1957)
  • Kolský (1958)
  • Kolský & Vytlačil (1958)
  • Vytlačil (1959–63)
  • Jíra (1963–64)
  • Vytlačil (1964)
  • Jíra (1964–65)
  • Marko (1965–70)
  • Rýgr (1970)
  • Novák & Kačáni (1971–72)
  • Ježek (1972–78)
  • Vengloš (1978–82)
  • Havránek (1982–83)
  • Hadamczik (1984)
  • Havránek (1984)
  • Masopust (1984–87)
  • Vengloš (1988–90)
  • Máčala (1990–93)
  • Ježek (1993)
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PFC Levski Sofiamanagers
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Bulgaria national football teammanagers
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SK Rapid Wienmanagers
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SK Slavia Praguemanagers
(c) = caretaker manager
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