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Ingo Anderbrügge
German footballer

Ingo Anderbrügge

Ingo Anderbrügge
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Gender male
Birth 2 January 1964, Datteln
Age 59 years
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Ingo Anderbrügge (born 2 January 1964 in Datteln) is a retired German footballer who played mostly as an attacking midfielder.

Football career

Anderbrügge started playing professionally with Borussia Dortmund, making his Bundesliga debut on 7 July 1984, in a 2–3 home loss against Borussia Mönchengladbach. After a final poor season, in 1987–88, he moved to FC Schalke 04, then in the second division. In his first three years, he netted a total of 36 league goals, eventually gaining promotion in 1991.

A regular fixture on the team during the next six years, with the UEFA Cup conquest in 1996–97, his only professional accolade (he netted his penalty shootout attempt in the final against F.C. Internazionale Milano), Anderbrügge could only manage however 33 appearances from 1997–2000, and retired after a brief spell with Sportfreunde Siegen, in the third level, having totalled 53 goals in 292 first division contests (397/89 in all three levels).

In March 2008, Anderbrügge began his professional manager career, in the same division where he finished his playing activity, with SV Wacker Burghausen – he had previously managed amateurs SpVgg Erkenschwick and VfB Hüls in Westphalia.

Other ventures

After retiring as a player, and before he started coaching, Anderbrügge played two seasons as a placekicker for NFL Europe team Rhein Fire.

He also founded a football school and, in March 2009, was appointed technical director of the Deutsches Fußball Internat, a boarding school for youths.

Anderbrügge currently works as a pundit and analyst for German TV channel Sport1.


FC Schalke 04
  • UEFA Cup: 1996–97

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