|Full name Petrus Wilhelmus Arntz|
Name Peter Arntz
Role Football player
1970–1976 Go Ahead Eagles
|Date of birth (1953-02-05) February 5, 1953 (age 62)|
Place of birth Leuth, Netherlands
Peter Arntz vs Ipswich Town Finale Coppa Uefa 1981 1982
Peter Arntz (born 5 February 1953 in Leuth, Gelderland) is a Dutch retired footballer who played as a midfielder.
- Peter Arntz vs Ipswich Town Finale Coppa Uefa 1981 1982
- Club career
- International career
Arntz came through the famous Go Ahead Eagles youth system and made his debut for their senior team in February 1971 against Ajax.
He moved to AZ'67 after the 1976 European Championship and twice won the KNVB Cup with them. In 1981, he won the league title with them and he played in both legs of the 1981 UEFA Cup Final which AZ'67 lost to Ipswich Town.
He made his debut for the Netherlands in an April 1975 friendly match against Belgium and earned a total of 5 caps, scoring no goals. He was included in the Dutch squad for the 1976 UEFA European Football Championship.
His final international was a February 1981 FIFA World Cup qualification match against Cyprus.
After retiring as a player, Arntz worked as a scout for AZ from 1997 to 2011.