Siegmar Bieber

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Siegmar Bieber
birthday 4th January 1968
place of birth GelsenkirchenGermany
position midfield
Years station
ETuS Gelsenkirchen
Fortuna Gelsenkirchen
FC Schalke 04
Years station Games (goals) 1
1987-1991 FC Schalke 04 amateurs
1989-1991 FC Schalke 04 8 (1)
1991-1993 Wuppertal SV 47 (7)
1993-1994 VfL Gevelsberg 25 (2)
1994-1996 FC Gütersloh
1996-2000 Rot-Weiß Oberhausen 96 (8)
2000-2001 Westfalia Herne 17 (1)
1 Only league games are given.

Siegmar Bieber (born January 4, 1968 in Gelsenkirchen ) is a former German soccer player .


The midfielder Siegmar Bieber began his career at ETuS Gelsenkirchen and came over Fortuna Gelsenkirchen in the youth of the FC Schalke 04 . At Schalke he made his professional debut in the second division game against 1. FC Saarbrücken on August 16, 1989. With Schalke Bieber rose to the Bundesliga in the summer of 1990 , but was no longer used there.

In the summer of 1991, Bieber moved to the upper division Wuppertaler SV , with whom he was promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga a year later. In 1993 he moved to VfL Gevelsberg and missed the qualification for the Regionalliga West / Südwest with his team . Bieber then went to FC Gütersloh and made two promotions in a row with his team, which brought the Gütersloh team to the 2nd Bundesliga. Bieber then moved to Rot-Weiß Oberhausen , with whom he became German amateur champion in 1997 and promoted to the 2nd Bundesliga a year later. In the 2000/01 season, Bieber played for Westfalia Herne before ending his career. He completed 50 second division games and scored two goals.

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