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Soviet Union in Germany, 1927

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 In July 1927 the Soviet Union undertook a tour of Germany.
The hosts were not the DFB but  socialist organization Arbeiter-Turn-und Sportbund (The Workers' Gymnastic and Sports Association).







02.07.27

Arbeiter-Turn-und Sportbund

2

8

Soviet Union

Leipzig (27000)

10.07.27

Arbeiter-Turn-und Sportbund

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4

Soviet Union

Hamburg (25000)


Arbeiter-Turn-und Sportbund was a national team drawn from clubs playing in the Arbeiter-Turn-und Sportbund national championship, which ran from 1920-32.


13.07.27

North West Germany

2

8

Soviet Union

Bremen (8000)



15.07.27

Dresdner SV 1910

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3

Soviet Union

Dresden (20000)


Dresdner SV 10 were the ATSB national champions 4 years in a row (1923-27)


20.07.27

Chemnitz

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8

Soviet Union

Chemnitz (10000)



22.07.27

Baden-Pfalz

2

12

Soviet Union

Mannheim (15000)



24.07.27

Rheinland-Westphalia

1

5

Soviet Union

Bremen (20000)



27.07.27

Vienna

3

1

Soviet Union

Dresden(10000)

29.07.27

Vienna

1

6

Soviet Union

Leipzig(15000)


A Workers’ team billed as ‘Austria’ in some Soviet reports.


30.07.27

Berlin

2

6

Soviet Union

Berlin (20000)





P
W
D
L
F
A
10
9

1
61
14


Squad:



Club
City
GK
Nikolai Sokolov
Dinamo
Leningrad

Fyodor Chulkov
Dinamo
Moscow
FB
Petr Edzov
Pischevkus
Leningrad

Vasili Lapshin
Trekhgorka
Moscow

Pavel Pchelikov
OPPV
Moscow
HB
Pavel Baturiev
Dinamo
Leningrad
Fyodor Selin
Trekhgorka
Moscow
Vladimir Fomin
October Revolution FC
Kharkov
Ivan Privalov
Rabis
Kharkov
Alexei Stolyarov
Dinamo
Leningrad
FW
Nikolai Starotsin
Pishchevik
Moscow
Mikhail Butusov
Pischevkus
Leningrad
Petr Isakov
Pishchevik
Moscow
Aleksandr Shpakovski
Rabis
Kharkov
Aleksandr Kholin
Trekhgorka
Moscow
Aleksandr Straub
Kanatchik
Odessa



Pavel Baturiev was captain.












Trainer was Mikhail Kozlov. Kozlov was a former player of КVКILSI (Tver) and SKL (Moscow). He led the Soviet Union side 1924—1935 and later Spartak Moscow.



















Acknowledgements to  http://www.rusteam.permian.ru

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