Marko Rehmer

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Marko Rehmer
birthday April 29, 1972
place of birth East BerlinGDR
size 188 cm
position defense
Years station
Up HO Berlin
TZ Prenzlauer Berg
1. FC Union Berlin
Years station Games (goals) 1
1990-1996 1. FC Union Berlin 89 (15)
1997-1999 Hansa Rostock 81 0(4)
1999-2005 Hertha BSC 107 0(6)
2005-2007 Eintracht Frankfurt 37 0(2)
National team
Years selection Games (goals)
1998-2003 Germany 35 0(4)
1 Only league games are given.

Marko Rehmer (born April 29, 1972 in East Berlin ) is a former German soccer player . Rehmer is the managing director of a player consultancy.

Club career

In his youth, Rehmer played at 1. FC Union Berlin . As a defender he was active in the Bundesliga from 1997 for Hansa Rostock . From 1999 to 2005 he played for Hertha BSC . His last position in professional football was Eintracht Frankfurt from 2005 to 2007 . In the top German league, Rehmer completed a total of 225 games.

In 2004, without consulting his club Hertha BSC, he took a drug prescribed by an ENT doctor that was on the doping list. However, the drug can be used locally and must be reported to NADA if taken. This was neglected. Rehmer then accepted a large fine in order to avoid dismissal without notice. Thrown back from injuries, he was no longer part of the Hertha BSC team and moved to Eintracht Frankfurt in the summer of 2005. At the end of the 2006/07 season, his contract with Hessen ended and he ended his professional career.

National team career

In the national team he played 35 games for the DFB from 1998 to 2003 and scored four goals.

Rehmer made his international debut on September 2, 1998 in a 1: 2 away win against Malta . His first goal was on March 29, 2000 against the selection of Croatia in a 1-1 draw.

Rehmer did not make it into the German squad for the 1999 Confed Cup . In 2000 he came to two appearances at the European Football Championship in Belgium and the Netherlands. He was allowed to play for 45 minutes in a 1-1 draw against Romania, but was not used in the following game against England. In the last group game against Portugal he was used for the full playing time in the 3-0 defeat.

He took part with the DFB team in the 2002 World Cup in South Korea and Japan (one operation) and was runner-up in the world championship. His only appearance was in the round of 16 against Paraguay.

Style of play

Rehmer's greatest strength was his high speed. Even in his youth, the athletics federation tried to woo him away from football because of his running performance and speed. In 2001, Rehmer was stopped by the national team at the distance of 30 meters with a record time of 3.72 seconds.

Rehmer played mainly as a full-back , but could also be used in central defense .


  • Vice World Champion 2002 (Germany)
  • DFB Cup Final 2006 (Eintracht Frankfurt)
  • League Cup winner 2001, 2002 (Hertha BSC)

Web links

Individual evidence

  2. ^ Matthias Arnhold: Marko Rehmer - Matches and Goals in Bundesliga . Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. November 12, 2015. Retrieved November 19, 2015.
  3. ^ Matthias Arnhold: Marko Rehmer - International Appearances . Rec.Sport.Soccer Statistics Foundation. November 12, 2015. Retrieved November 19, 2015.
  4. a b c 11 Friends : 3 Entrepreneurs - What does Marko Rehmer actually do? , dated November 11, 2017, accessed on March 19, 2020.