Frieder Andrich

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Frieder Andrich
birthday July 22, 1948
place of birth RöderauGermany
position Storm
Years station
BSG Chemie Riesa
Years station Games (goals) 1
1966-1971 BSG Stahl Riesa
1971-1972 ASG forward Cottbus 36 (14)
1972-1977 FC Forward Frankfurt (Oder)
1977-1988 BSG semiconductor plant Frankfurt
ASG forward Kamenz
1978-1984 FC Forward Frankfurt (Oder)
Stations as a trainer
Years station
1998-2000 Eisenhüttenstädter FC Stahl
2000-2004 Garbage rose SV
2004-2007 FSV 63 Luckenwalde
2007-2009 FV Motor Eberswalde
–2012 SV Grün-Weiß Lübben
2012-2015 1. FC Frankfurt
1 Only league games are given.

Frieder Andrich (born July 22, 1948 in Röderau ) is a former German soccer player in the GDR Oberliga , the top soccer class of the GDR soccer association . There he played for Stahl Riesa and Vorwärts Frankfurt . He is a five-time young international player.

Soccer career

Soccer player

Andrich began his football career with the company sports association (BSG) Chemie Riesa . At the age of 18, he moved to local rivals BSG Stahl Riesa in 1966, who at that time played with his men's team in the second-rate GDR league . In the 1967/68 season, the 1.75 m tall Andrich was instrumental in the rise of the steel team to the GDR league with 25 stakes and 12 goals. In his first league season, Andrich played all 26 point games, initially as a striker, in the second half of the season mainly in midfield. 1969/70 he was not used in the first team until the 15th matchday, after which he was mostly only substitute in eleven point games. In his third league season he was regularly used in the first nine league games, mainly as a midfielder. In November 1970 he was called up for military service, but was able to continue playing in the GDR league football with the army sports community Vorwärts Cottbus .

At the beginning of the football season 1972/73, Andrich, after he had become the Cottbuser's best attacker with ten goals , was delegated to the main club of the Army Sports Association Vorwärts , the upper division FC Vorwärts Frankfurt (Oder). He had a difficult start there at the beginning. Initially only used as a supplementary player, he only found his regular position in midfield on matchday 22. Until the beginning of 1977 he was able to maintain his regular place and developed into a goal-scoring midfielder. In the 1974/75 season he was Frankfurt's most successful shooter with 13 goals. Also in this season, Andrich completed five internationals with the GDR youth national team, which was followed by a B international on November 10, 1976. Also in 1976 he reached the final of the GDR soccer cup with FC Vorwärts, but it was lost 3-0 to 1. FC Lok Leipzig. After the 19th match day of the 1976/77 season, Andrich was excluded from the army club for one year. After a short interlude at the BSG semiconductor factory in Frankfurt , he played in the Dresden district league with the Vorwärts Kamenz army sports community until February .

In March 1978 Andrich was taken back to the league team of FC Vorwärts Frankfurt and played in the last ten games of the season as a center forward. At the end of the season, the army footballers had to relegate to the GDR league. With 19 goals (13 in the league and 6 in the league promotion round) in 23 season appearances, he helped the Frankfurters to get promoted again and then completed five more league seasons. From 1981 he increasingly developed into a defender, but without losing his scoring threat. In the 1982/83 season, in which he was used alternately in midfield or as a libero , he was Frankfurt's top scorer again with 16 goals and landed third on the Oberliga scorers list. In his last league season 1983/84 Andrich was used again in 21 games, but only as a substitute player in the second half of the season. He played his last league game on the last day of the season at the match between FC Vorwärts and Dynamo Dresden (2-2). He was substituted on in the 72nd minute and scored his last league goal in the 87th minute with the 1: 2 goal. He ended his career at FC Vorwärts Frankfurt as captain of the National People's Army .

After 14 league seasons Andrich had a total of 277 league games in which he had scored 91 goals (Riesa 46/7, Frankfurt 231/84). For FC Vorwärts, Andrich played all ten European Cup matches between 1974 and 1983.


Andrich earned his sports teacher diploma as a soccer player and works as a soccer coach. His last clubs were the Eisenhüttenstädter FC Stahl (3rd league, 1998–2000), the Müllroser SV (8th league, 2000–2004), the FSV 63 Luckenwalde (5th league, 2004–2007) and the FV Motor Eberswalde ( 6th league, 2007-2009). Until 2012 he coached the first team of SV Grün-Weiß Lübben in the sixth class Brandenburg League . From autumn 2012 to 2015 he coached 1. FC Frankfurt and in these three years led him from the lower midfield of the Brandenburg League to first place.


His nephew Robert Andrich is also a professional footballer and currently plays in the Bundesliga for Union Berlin .

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Individual evidence

  1. Robert das Talent ,, retrieved from Uncle Frieder on August 16, 2019