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Role  Coach
Position  Defender, Midfielder
Name  Stefan Reuter
Spouse  Birgit Reuter
1982–1984  1. FC Nurnberg
Weight  75 kg
1971–1982  TSV 1860 Dinkelsbuhl
Height  1.81 m

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Date of birth  (1966-10-16) 16 October 1966 (age 49)
Place of birth  Dinkelsbuhl, West Germany
Current team  FC Augsburg (General manager)
Children  Jessica Reuter, Stefan Reuter, Jennifer Reuter
Similar People  Markus Weinzierl, Thomas Helmer, Thomas Berthold

Playing position  Defender/Midfielder

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Stefan Reuter (born 16 October 1966 in Dinkelsbühl) is a German football coach and former player, who played as a defender or midfielder. He is the general manager of Bundesliga club FC Augsburg.


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During his playing career, he was a member of the West Germany national football team squad which won the 1990 FIFA World Cup squad and the Germany squad which won UEFA Euro 1996. He also won the 1996–97 UEFA Champions League with Borussia Dortmund.

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Club career

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A right sided defender who started his career with TSV 1860 Dinkelsbühl. In 1982, he played for 1. FC Nürnberg, first in the 2. Bundesliga and, from 1985, in the Bundesliga. In exactly 100 games he scored ten goals. He was occasionally used as a right sided midfielder.

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In 1988, he was transferred to Bayern Munich. He played 95 games in the Bundesliga and scored four goals for the Bavarians. He won the Bundesliga title with Bayern in 1988–89 and 1989–90.

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A proposed move to Liverpool following West Germany's victorious World Cup campaign was turned down at the last minute with Reuter following many of his compatriots to Italy. From 1991 to 1992 he played for Juventus, but soon returned to Germany, joining Borussia Dortmund. With Borussia, Reuter won the Bundesliga in 1994–95, 1995–96 and 2001–02, and the UEFA Champions League in 1996–97. The team also reached the final of the UEFA Cup in both 1993 and 2002. Overall, he played 307 games for Dortmund and scored 11 goals in the Bundesliga before retiring in 2004.

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He also played for the German national team. All in all it were 69 games (two goals) for Nürnberg (nine), Bayern Munich (18), Juventus (18) and Borussia Dortmund (33).

International career

In 1984, Reuter was part of the team that won the U-16 European Championship. He later won the 1990 World Cup, as well as the Euro 1996.

In 1992, Reuter became the first player in the European Championship history to be substituted as a substitute, when during the match between Germany and Scotland, he replaced Karl-Heinz Riedle but then only seven minutes later he had to leave the field due to an injury, and was replaced by Michael Schulz.

He was known for his speed on the field (100 m in 11.2 s), a quality that resulted in his nickname "Turbo".

Managing career

Reuter served as team manager for TSV 1860 München from January 2006 to 2 February 2009 when he was removed from the job.

On 27 February 2012, he was appointed as general manager of FC Augsburg.


Borussia Dortmund
  • Bundesliga: 1994–95, 1995–96, 2001–02
  • DFL-Supercup: 1995, 1996
  • UEFA Champions League: 1996–97
  • UEFA Cup: Runner Up: 1992–93, 2001–02
  • Intercontinental Cup: 1997
  • Bayern Munich
  • Bundesliga: 1988–89, 1989–90
  • DFL-Supercup: 1990
  • Juventus
  • Serie A: Runner Up: 1991–92
  • Coppa Italia: Runner Up: 1991–92
  • International

    West Germany/Germany
  • FIFA World Cup: 1990
  • European Championship: 1996, Runner-up 1992
  • Youth

    Germany U16
  • UEFA European Under-16 Championship: 1984
  • References

    Stefan Reuter Wikipedia

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