Niels Schlotterbeck

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Niels Schlotterbeck
birthday March 12, 1967
place of birth StuttgartGermany
size 187 cm
position midfield
Years station
1973-1979 Stuttgart Kickers
1979-1983 VfB Stuttgart
1983-1985 Stuttgart Kickers
Years station Games (goals) 1
1985-1989 Stuttgart Kickers 85 0(8)
1989-1990 Offenburg FV 11 0(3)
1990-1991 Sc freiburg 33 (16)
1991 MSV Duisburg 6 0(0)
1992 FC Hansa Rostock 8 0(2)
1992-1994 TSV 1860 Munich 60 (11)
1995 Hannover 96 22 0(0)
1995-1996 SK Forward Steyr
1996 al-Qadisiyah
1996-1997 SV Waldhof Mannheim 18 0(0)
1997-1998 APOEL Nicosia
FV Dudenhofen
Stations as a trainer
Years station
FV Dudenhofen (player-coach)
2008-2009 1. FC Donzdorf
1 Only league games are given.

Niels Schlotterbeck (born March 12, 1967 in Stuttgart ) is a former German soccer player .

Athletic career

Niels Schlotterbeck comes from the youth departments of the Stuttgarter Kickers and VfB Stuttgart . In 1985, the midfielder made the leap into the professional squad of the Kickers in the 2nd Bundesliga and established himself as a regular player. In 1987 he stood with the Kickers in the DFB Cup final against Hamburger SV and scored the final score of 1: 3 by own goal in the final minute. After three years, Schlotterbeck rose to the Bundesliga in 1988 with the Swabians .

About the intermediate station Offenburger FV he hired in 1990 with the second division club SC Freiburg , for which he scored 16 goals in 33 appearances. In the following years Schlotterbeck could not prevail at MSV Duisburg and Hansa Rostock , which is why he moved to the Bayern division TSV 1860 Munich in 1992 . In 1860 he made it through to the Bundesliga, but was no longer used there under coach Werner Lorant . After several club changes, including to SV Waldhof Mannheim and Hannover 96 , he worked as a player-coach at FV Dudenhofen and in the 2008/09 season at 1. FC Donzdorf .

Furthermore, Schlotterbeck now runs a football school that bears his name.


Niels Schlotterbeck is the uncle of Keven and Nico Schlotterbeck .


  • Bundesliga: 36 games / 2 goals
  • 2nd Bundesliga: 171 games / 28 goals

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. Schlotterbeck: "It would be great to play with my brother in the Bundesliga" on, accessed on February 6, 2019.