Uwe Seeler, an HSV legend, has passed away. Former Hamburger SV player and president (1995-1998) died at the age of 85, surrounded by his family. Uwe Seeler leaves behind three daughters and seven grandchildren, as well as his wife Ilka.
Seeler was born on November 5, 1936, and died on July 21, 2022. He was a footballer and referee from Germany.
He was a prolific striker for Hamburger SV and played 72 times for West Germany’s national team. Seeler was named one of FIFA’s 125 greatest living players by Pelé in 2004.
He is regarded as one of the greatest football players in German history. During his time at the club, he appeared in 476 games and scored 404 goals.
He also played for the German national team, then West Germany, at both the Under-18 and Senior levels between 1953 and 1970 He was the first football player to be awarded the Great Order of Merit of the Federal Republic of Germany. His grandson, Levin Oztunali, is also a professional footballer.
Uwe Seeler Funeral Service
The funeral service for Uwe Seeler has not yet been made public as he passed away in the early hours of today as of this publication. We will keep you updated if the funeral service is scheduled by his family.
Uwe Seeler Cause of Death
Uwe Seeler, West Germany’s greatest striker of all time, died at the age of 85. The German footballer died on July 21, 2022, in his home in Norderstedt, Hamburg, Germany.
Uwe’s death could have been due to natural causes, as there are no reports of what killed him. Rest in peace, Legend.
Uwe Seeler Date and Venue
The date and venue for Uwe Seeler’s funeral have not yet been released at the time of this publication.