Ralf Sievers (born October 30, 1961) is a former German football player, most notably with Eintracht Frankfurt. Like his brother Jörg he began his career at Lower Saxon club SV Eddelstorf. From 1982 until 1991 Sievers played 232 matches in the Fußball-Bundesliga for Eintracht Frankfurt and FC St.Pauli, scoring 10 goals. From 1991 until 1993 he appeared in 44 fixtures for St.Pauli (one goal) in the 2nd Fußball-Bundesliga. 1988 was his most successful season. With Frankfurt he won the DFB Cup on May 28, 1988 and was part of the German olympic team that won the bronze medal at the Summer Olympics in Seoul.

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  • Ralf Sievers (* 30. Oktober 1961 in Lüneburg) ist ein ehemaliger deutscher Fußballspieler. Zurzeit ist er Trainer bei Teutonia Uelzen. (de)
  • Ralf Sievers, né le 30 octobre 1961 à Lunebourg, est un footballeur allemand devenu par la suite entraîneur. Il est champion du monde des moins de 20 ans en 1981 et médaillé olympique (bronze) avec la RFA en 1988. Son frère, Jörg Sievers, a également été footballeur. (fr)
  • Ralf Sievers (Luneburgo, 30 de outubro de 1961) é um ex-futebolista profissional alemão, medalhista olímpico (pt)
  • Ralf Sievers (ur. 30 października 1961 w Lüneburgu) – niemiecki piłkarz występujący na pozycji pomocnika. Brat innego piłkarza, Jörga Sieversa. (pl)
  • Ralf Sievers (born October 30, 1961) is a former German football player, most notably with Eintracht Frankfurt. Like his brother Jörg he began his career at Lower Saxon club SV Eddelstorf. From 1982 until 1991 Sievers played 232 matches in the Fußball-Bundesliga for Eintracht Frankfurt and FC St.Pauli, scoring 10 goals. From 1991 until 1993 he appeared in 44 fixtures for St.Pauli (one goal) in the 2nd Fußball-Bundesliga. 1988 was his most successful season. With Frankfurt he won the DFB Cup on May 28, 1988 and was part of the German olympic team that won the bronze medal at the Summer Olympics in Seoul. His brother Jörg was goalkeeper with Hannover 96 where he is goalkeeping coach since 2003. (en)
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  • Ralf Sievers (* 30. Oktober 1961 in Lüneburg) ist ein ehemaliger deutscher Fußballspieler. Zurzeit ist er Trainer bei Teutonia Uelzen. (de)
  • Ralf Sievers, né le 30 octobre 1961 à Lunebourg, est un footballeur allemand devenu par la suite entraîneur. Il est champion du monde des moins de 20 ans en 1981 et médaillé olympique (bronze) avec la RFA en 1988. Son frère, Jörg Sievers, a également été footballeur. (fr)
  • Ralf Sievers (Luneburgo, 30 de outubro de 1961) é um ex-futebolista profissional alemão, medalhista olímpico (pt)
  • Ralf Sievers (ur. 30 października 1961 w Lüneburgu) – niemiecki piłkarz występujący na pozycji pomocnika. Brat innego piłkarza, Jörga Sieversa. (pl)
  • Ralf Sievers (born October 30, 1961) is a former German football player, most notably with Eintracht Frankfurt. Like his brother Jörg he began his career at Lower Saxon club SV Eddelstorf. From 1982 until 1991 Sievers played 232 matches in the Fußball-Bundesliga for Eintracht Frankfurt and FC St.Pauli, scoring 10 goals. From 1991 until 1993 he appeared in 44 fixtures for St.Pauli (one goal) in the 2nd Fußball-Bundesliga. 1988 was his most successful season. With Frankfurt he won the DFB Cup on May 28, 1988 and was part of the German olympic team that won the bronze medal at the Summer Olympics in Seoul. (en)
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