Andree Wiedener

Andree Wieden ( born March 14, 1970 in Helmstedt ) is a former German football player. He currently lives in Leeheim.


Wieden played at the beginning of his professional career for Werder Bremen and was able to celebrate with the Hanseatic his greatest success as a football player. He previously played for the Velpker SV and TSV Bahrdorf. He has been with Werder 1995 runner-up and twice won the DFB-Pokal. Wieden 1994 and 1999 played mostly on the left -back position. Its technical shortcomings he resembled by his speed and his tremendous enthusiasm that made him in the Weser stadium a crowd favorite from. In the summer of 2002, he moved to Eintracht Frankfurt and rose with the Hesse twice in the Bundesliga and one from. In January 2006, he had to end his career because of a pubic bone inflammation.

In the second half of the 2006/07 season Andree Wieden played for the SC Dortelweil in Bezirksoberliga Frankfurt-West. He also plays in the traditional Elf Eintracht Frankfurt.


  • European Cup Winners' Cup in 1992 with Werder Bremen.
  • German Masters 1993 Werder Bremen.
  • DFB Cup winner in 1991, 1994 and 1999 with Werder Bremen


  • " To the left, to the right, move your hips and dancing the Andree Wieden! " Following this text there Ostkurven fans and players move to Werder wins. That after Andree Wieden (40 ) times a dance would be named, he had not even thought of. (...) In a witty Fan evening in Frankfurt in 2006 to have originated this dance.