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Dietmar Beiersdorfer

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Full name  Dietmar Beiersdorfer
Name  Dietmar Beiersdorfer
Role  Footballer

Playing position  Defender
Height  1.87 m
Years  Team
Position  Defender
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Date of birth  (1963-11-16) 16 November 1963 (age 52)
Current team  Hamburger SV (Director)
Spouse  Olcay Beiersdorfer (m. 2006)
Similar People  Peter Knabel, Bruno Labbadia, Josef Zinnbauer, Mirko Slomka, Klaus‑Michael Kuhne

Place of birth  Furth, West Germany

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Dietmar Beiersdorfer (born 16 November 1963) is a former footballer and coach who works as a director for Hamburger SV. He began his coaching career with Hamburger SV in 2003 and served as sporting director of the Austrian team Red Bull Salzburg between 2010 and April 2011.


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Born in Fürth, in his youth Beiersdorfer played for TSC Cadolzburg, TSV Altenberg, and other teams. In 1985, he moved to Oberliga team Greuther Fürth, where he was discovered by scouts of Hamburger SV. Beiersdorfer was soon lured to Hamburg along with his friend Manfred Kastl. Immediately Beiersdorfer was able to gain a place in the first eleven, and he would subsequently help Hamburg to win several matches and the German cup.

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By 1992 Beiersdorfer had played 174 games in the Bundesliga, scoring 14 goals. However, because the Hamburg team were struggling financially, he had to be sold to Werder Bremen, where he played 64 times between then and 1996. He had short spells at 1. FC Köln and Reggiana.

Coaching career

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Before retiring, after which he took a course in business management, and proceeded to become the general manager of Hamburger SV, before being released on 24 June 2009. On 1 January 2010 he became sport director of FC Red Bull Salzburg, replacing Heinz Hochhauser. On 8 April 2011, he parted company with Salzburg by mutual consent after poor record in the season.

International career

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Beiersdorfer played one game for the German national team, in May 1991.


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  • Bundesliga champion: 1992–93
  • Bundesliga runner-up: 1986–87, 1994–95
  • DFB-Pokal winner: 1986–87, 1993–94

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