Ralf Falkenmayer

Ralf Falk Mayer ( born February 11, 1963 in Frankfurt am Main ) is a former German football player and coach. He played as a defensive midfielder and played 385 Bundesliga games.

He began his career at SV Niederursel near Frankfurt. In 1979, talent scouts attention of Eintracht Frankfurt on him, which meant that he moved to the A- youth concord, until he was appointed in 1980 in the first team.

For the Bundesliga Club Eintracht he played 1980-1987 at this time., He won the 1981 DFB-Pokal in 1984 was even national player and belonged to the DFB squad for the European Football Championship in 1984, but it was no use. Overall, he played four internationals. More successful was his record in the German U -21 national football team, where he brought it to 16 missions.

In 1987, Ralf Falkenmayer to Bayer 04 Leverkusen, where in 1988 he won the UEFA Cup. It was at Bayer, however, not happy, so he returned to Frankfurt in 1989.

He remained there until 1996, then moved to Eintracht Trier, where he had to end his career two years later due to a broken ankle. He was then coach his home club SV Niederursel, where he was employed as a player-coach in 2003 in a game of district league. The first team of SV Niederursel trained Falkenmayer today.

The trained lifeguard assistant works in a wholesale for laminate and parquet in Darmstadt.