Nico Frommer

Nico Frommer ( born April 8, 1978 in Ulm ) is a former German football player.


The striker began his professional career in his home town of Ulm. After changing to VfB Stuttgart where he came up with eight league games, he moved in 1999 to the second division, where he went hunting for goals only at Borussia Mönchengladbach and then the SSV Reutlingen 05 and scored 34 goals in 80 second-division games.

In the summer of 2003, he moved to the then Bundesliga team Eintracht Frankfurt, but where he could never win a regular place itself. In the second half of the 2004/05 season he was loaned out to Rot-Weiß Oberhausen. In Friedhelm Funkels system he played no role, therefore Frommer moved to the second round in 2005/ 06 for SpVgg Unterhaching. During the winter break of the season 2006/ 07 he was obliged from VfL Osnabrück. After end of the contract in Osnabrück in 2009 Frommer was without a club until he was obliged by RB Leipzig on 24 September 2009. After RB Leipzig planned for the 2011/12 season only with younger players, was no longer a place in the team for Frommer. He coached in the meantime 12 weeks at the union of the contract football player ( VDV) and then signed on 27 September 2011 at third division 1.FC Heidenheim a contract until the end of the season. The striker started very successfully and achieved in the first six games, five goals, however, concern about multiple injuries, including a medial ligament tear in the knee, for a total of unsatisfactory season. Handicapped by his injuries in the knee, managed Frommer in the 2012/13 season only in four games in the third division squad and was from the second half of the season the squad for the fifth division reserve. Because of ongoing knee problems ended his career Frommer end of the season.


Since the end of his football career in June 2013, he studied osteopathy at the Technical University of Dresden and osteopathy school in Berlin Germany.