Ed Weymann 1999 Hall Of Fame
Ed Weymann

Ed Weymann

1933 -

Sports Club Alemannia

Born May 11, 19933 in Landsberg, Germany. As many kids, Ed started playing soccer on the school grounds developing his skills. Shortly after World War II, while Ed was living in Berlin, he was called for tryouts to play for the City team. At one of the tryout sessions the German National Team Coach, Sepp Herberger was in charge and unfortunately Edís dream to play for him did not come to fruition. In 1950 he immigrated to the United Sates and Salt Lake City. He joined A.C. Germania upon his arrival. During his three-year stay they won the Daynes Cup Championship in 1952. One of the greatest highlights in those years was a 1:0 victory in San Francisco against their League Champion Teutonia. In 1953 he and several other Germania AC players were instrumental in forming a new club named Sports Club Alemannia. In 1959 S.C. Alemannia began their dominance of the Utah Soccer Association by winning seven State Championships during the 1960ís. S.C. Alemannia also won two Intermountain Championships during this period. Ed was an intricate part of the phenomenal successful team. In 1973 Ed retired from playing but spent several years managing the team. Additionally, Ed was also very involved in the Associationís Junior Soccer Program that was started in 1966, where his son Brian played. To Ed, his soccer career was the most exciting and most wonderful years in his life.

Ed Weymann 1999 Hall Of Fame
1999 Hall Of Fame
Ed Weymann
Ed Weymann

Ed Weymann

1933 -

Sports Club Alemannia

Born May 11, 19933 in Landsberg, Germany. As many kids, Ed started playing soccer on the school grounds developing his skills. Shortly after World War II, while Ed was living in Berlin, he was called for tryouts to play for the City team. At one of the tryout sessions the German National Team Coach, Sepp Herberger was in charge and unfortunately Edís dream to play for him did not come to fruition. In 1950 he immigrated to the United Sates and Salt Lake City. He joined A.C. Germania upon his arrival. During his three-year stay they won the Daynes Cup Championship in 1952. One of the greatest highlights in those years was a 1:0 victory in San Francisco against their League Champion Teutonia. In 1953 he and several other Germania AC players were instrumental in forming a new club named Sports Club Alemannia. In 1959 S.C. Alemannia began their dominance of the Utah Soccer Association by winning seven State Championships during the 1960ís. S.C. Alemannia also won two Intermountain Championships during this period. Ed was an intricate part of the phenomenal successful team. In 1973 Ed retired from playing but spent several years managing the team. Additionally, Ed was also very involved in the Associationís Junior Soccer Program that was started in 1966, where his son Brian played. To Ed, his soccer career was the most exciting and most wonderful years in his life.

1999 Hall Of Fame
Ed Weymann





Utah Soccer Association4476 S. Century Drive, Suite B Salt Lake City, UT 84123(801)263-8166


Utah Soccer Association4476 S. Century Drive, Suite B Salt Lake City, UT 84123(801)263-8166