His full name is Josef Dieter "Sepp" Maier. He was born on February 28, 1944. He is one of the former professional German footballers with the position of goalkeeper.

He was born in Metten, Bavaria. He spent the total number of his talented playing career at Bayern Munich, following the Bundesliga championship four times and the European Cup three times in a row. Sepp "Maier played between 1966 and 1977 in a tireless series of 422 matches, still a German national record.

Sepp Maier was one of the greatest goalkeepers for as long as a period when many great goalkeepers became prominent, especially in Europe. He was voted West German footballer of the year three times.

Sepp Maier's goalkeeping ability was matched simply by his eccentricity, seeing that Maier was considered a bit of a joker by many players and fans. This impression was reinforced in a game that Bayern dominated without any problems, Maier turned his consideration to chasing a duck that had been hit in the Olympia Stadium, rather than focusing on the game.

Aside from his sense of humor, he was a really good goalkeeper who had the fate of winning almost every competition he played in at least once, including a World Cup for West Germany in 1974, a European Championship in 1972, the Intercontinental Cup in 1976, UEFA Cup Winners Cup in 1967, European Cup in 1974, 1975, 1976 and Bundesliga in 1969, 1972, 1973, 1974.

His greatest achievement came in 1974, when he assisted his national team to win the 1974 FIFA World Cup, the World Cup final in his hometown of Munich. In all, he participated 95 times in his country. https://soccerworlds.net/2020/05/28/%e0%b8%99%e0%b8%b1%e0%b8%81%e0%b9%80...

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Sepp Maier's goalkeeping ability was matched simply by his eccentricity, seeing that Maier was considered a bit of a joker by many players and fans. This impression was reinforced in a game that Bayern dominated without any problems, Maier turned his consideration to chasing a duck that had been hit in the Olympia Stadium, rather than focusing on the game.