Einar Rossbach (born 20 October 1964) is a former Norwegian international goalkeeper, he has played for Stridsklev, Ham-Kam, Tromso, Lyn, Silkeborg, Tollnes and Pors Grenland. He was named goalkeeper of the year in both 1987 and in 1990, and received a Kniksen award in 1990 as "Goalkeeper of the year". VG named him "player of the year" in 1990. Rossback was capped six times for Norway.
Rossbach started his career with local clubs Stridklev, Uraedd and Pors Grenland. In 1986 when Ham-Kam was promoted to the Norwegian Premier League they signed Rossbach. In 1990 Rossbach moved to Tromso, and became part of the Tromso team who finished second in the top flight. After a year in Tromso Rossbach moved to Oslo to play for Lyn and to attend the Norwegian Police University College. Rossbach have made comebacks for both Tollnes and Pors Grenland when the clubs struggeled with injuries on their goalies, the last time in 2004, when he at the age of 39, guarded the goal in the first games of the season. He's currently working at Grenland police station.
His son, Sondre Rossbach, is goalkeeper for Odds BK in the Norwegian Premier League.