Dieter Burdenski

Dieter Burdenski (* November 26, 1950 in Bremen ) is a former German football goalkeeper.


Dieter Burdenski is the son of Herbert Burdenski which a penalty scored on 22 November 1950 friendly against Switzerland, the first goal of the German national team after the Second World War and in the mid-1970s at SV Werder Bremen as a coach Dieter Burdenski acted.

From 1970 to 1988 Dieter Burdenski played as a goalkeeper in 478 games for the FC Schalke 04, Arminia Bielefeld and Werder Bremen in the Bundesliga. DC in his second season at Schalke he was in 1971 involved in the fixing scandal, which led to a multi- month ban against him. In the season 1979/80 he went with the SV Werder Bremen from the 2nd Bundesliga. During this season he conceded 93 goals, which is a negative record. Eight years later Burdenski was with SV Werder Bundesliga season 1987/88 German master ( as a reservist behind his successor Oliver Reck ). It is equipped with 444 league games Most games Bremer and was recognized as the seventh player honorary captain of this club.

After winning the league title in 1988 Burdenski first completed his career. However, it persuaded the former Werder player Sanny Åslund, now coach of Swedish club AIK Solna tradition to an insert in the Allsvenskan. So he stood on August 25, 1988 with a 0-0 draw against Hammarby IF Råsundastadion between the posts. He became the oldest Erstligadebütanten in Sweden.

In goal, the senior team of the Federal Republic of Germany it was used twelve times from 1977 to 1984 and participated in the 1978 World Cup (no use ) in Argentina part. He also played nine appearances in the German B- team and seven appearances in the German U -23 youth team. In the national team he was primarily in the shadow of Sepp Maier and Harald " Toni" Schumacher.

From 1997 to 2005 Burdenski was goalkeeping coach at Werder Bremen. On February 23, 2002, he was due Personalnot in even very high for goalies age of 51, nor to a single application for Werder Amateurs in the Regionalliga Nord. However Burdenski made ​​no good figure and Bremen lost 1-3 against the Chemnitz FC. At the end of 2005, the activity ended for Werder Bremen, Burdenski has since worked for his own company Burdenski events. This event agency he organized, among others, incentive trips, training camps, tournaments and appearances of the DFB - team tradition. His successor as goalkeeper coach of Werder Bremen was Michael Kraft.

Currently he runs his shop in Brinkum ( Stuhr ) in Bremen.



1st Bundesliga

  • 478 Games 444 for Werder Bremen ( 1 penalty )
  • 31 for Arminia Bielefeld
  • 3 for the FC Schalke 04

2 Bundesliga

  • 35 for Werder Bremen


Allsvenskanspiele (Sweden)