|Association|| German Football|
Association of the GDR
|Head coach||Walter Fritzsch|
|Most caps||Udo Schmuck (42)|
|U-23: Bulgaria 3–2 East Germany |
(Stara Zagora, Bulgaria; June 7, 1967)
ContentsAustria 0–1 East Germany
(Stockerau, Austria; November 14, 1989)
|U-23: East Germany 6–0 Albania |
(Potsdam, East Germany; November 3, 1973)
U-21: Austria 1–6 East Germany
(Wien, Austria; September 24, 1977)
|U-23: Hungary 4–0 East Germany |
(Budapest, Hungary; May 28, 1974)
U-21: East Germany 0–4 Norway
(Rostock, East Germany; October 29, 1980)
|UEFA U-21 Championship|
|Appearances||2 (first in 1978 )|
|Best result||Runners-up (1978 & 1980)|
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