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List of Eintracht Frankfurt records and statistics

This article details various records of German football club Eintracht Frankfurt under the categories listed below.

Player records

Appearances

All-time appearances

# Name Career Appearances Goals
1 Karl-Heinz Körbel 1972-1991 720 52
2 Jürgen Grabowski 1965-1980 526 137
3 Bernd Nickel 1967-1983 522 175
4 Bernd Hölzenbein 1967-1981 512 201
5 Uwe Bindewald 1988-2004 442 9
6 Manfred Binz 1985-1996 409 38
7 Adolf Bechtold 1942-1960 397 3
8 Ralf Falkenmayer 1980-1987
1989-1996
383 34
9 Dieter Lindner 1956-1971 377 63
10 Oka Nikolov 1994-2013 373 0

Goalscorers

All-time goalscorers

Top goalscorers
# Name Career Apps Goals Average
1 Bernd Hölzenbein 1967-1981 512 201 0.39
2 Bernd Nickel 1967-1983 522 175 0.34
3 Jürgen Grabowski 1965-1980 526 137 0.26
4 Alfred Pfaff 1949-1961 324 111 0.34
5 Alexander Meier 2004- 318 110 0.35
6 Erwin Stein 1959-1966 174 108 0.62
7 Tony Yeboah 1990-1995 156 90 0.58
8 Richard Kress 1953-1964 326 82 0.25
9 Willi Huberts 1963-1970 246 80 0.33
10 Lothar Schämer 1960-1973 338 73 0.22

Club records

Scores

Firsts

Attendances

Transfers

Bought

Fee Player From Year
1 € 4,000,000 Caio SE Palmeiras 2008
2 € 3,579,000 Bachirou Salou Borussia Dortmund 1999
3 € 3,500,000 Martin Fenin FK Teplice 2008
€ 3,500,000 Václav Kadlec Sparta Prague 2013
5 € 2,500,000 Rolf-Christel Guié-Mien Karlsruher SC 1999

Sold

# Fee Player To Year
1 € 8,200,000 Lajos Détári Olympiacos 1988
2 € 3,500,000 Jay-Jay Okocha Fenerbahçe SK 1996
3 € 3,400,000 Tony Yeboah Leeds United 1995
4 € 3,000,000 Patrick Ochs VfL Wolfsburg 2011
€ 3,000,000 Marco Russ VfL Wolfsburg 2011

External links

  • eintracht-archiv.de
  • eintracht-stats.de
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