Axel Britz

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Axel Britz
birthday 16th January 1969
place of birth KoblenzGermany
size 182 cm
position midfield
Years station
until 1988 FC Metternich
Years station Games (goals) 1
1988 FV Bad Honnef
1988-1989 FSV Salmrohr
1989-1991 1. FC Cologne 4 (0)
1991-1992 SC Fortuna Cologne 6 (1)
1992-1993 1. FC Cologne 17 (0)
1993-1994 FSV Salmrohr
1994-1995 TuS Koblenz
1997 Hassia Bingen
1997-2001 SpVgg EGC Wirges 45 (1)
2001-2005 FV Engers 07 90 (8)
2006-2007 FV Engers 07 3 (0)
1 Only league games are given.

Axel Britz (born January 16, 1969 in Koblenz ) is a former German soccer player .


Axel Britz began playing football as a teenager at FC Metternich . After a few other positions, the midfielder landed at 1. FC Köln in 1989 . For two years he tried to assert himself there, which he did not succeed under the coaches Christoph Daum and Erich Rutemöller . In the third year he was loaned to the neighbor SC Fortuna Köln in the 2nd Bundesliga . There he injured himself after four competitive games. In the fourth year he moved back to 1. FC Köln, where he did not play a single competitive game due to his long injury break. He then retired to the amateur sector, where he ended his active career at FV Engers 07 in 2005 . In total, he was used 31 times in competitive games by professional teams. He scored a goal.


  • 1990: German vice-champion
  • 1991: German Cup Finals

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