Armin Reutershahn

Armin Reutershahn
Personal information
Full name Armin Reutershahn
Date of birth (1960-03-01) March 1, 1960
Place of birth Duisburg, West Germany
Playing position Goalkeeper
Club information
Current team
VfB Stuttgart (Assistant Manager)
Youth career
Preussen Krefeld
TuS Xanten
VfB Homberg
Teams managed
Years Team
1991–1997 Bayer Uerdingen (Assistant Manager)
1996 Bayer Uerdingen (Caretaker Coach)
1997–2003 Hamburger SV (Assistant Manager)
2004–2009 Eintracht Frankfurt (Assistant Manager)
2009–2012 1. FC Nuremberg (Assistant Manager)
2012–2013 1. FC Nuremberg (Manager)
2014– VfB Stuttgart (Assistant Manager)

Armin Reutershahn (born 1 March 1960) is a German football coach and manager.


Reutershahn played in his active career for Preussen Krefeld, TuS Xanten and VfB Homberg as goalkeeper.

Coaching career

He began his coaching career as Assistant Coach by Bayer Uerdingen and was a short time in the 1995–96 season Caretaker Head Coach of the club.[1] After the relegation was moving back as Assistant Coach of Bayer Uerdingen and signed in summer 1997 a contract as Assistant Coach of Hamburger SV. Reutershan was than for six years assistant coach of the HSV and was named after one year without a job as assistant of Friedhelm Funkel at Eintracht Frankfurt. After the resigning of Funkel, Reutershahn left the club and signed a contract as assistant manager with 1. FC Nuremberg.

Following the departure of Nuremberg's manager Dieter Hecking in December 2012, Reutershahn took charge of the Bundesliga team along with Michael Wiesinger. On 7 October 2013, the duo was dismissed after a 0-5 defeat against Hamburger SV.[2]

On 10 March 2014 Reutershahn became assistant manager of VfB Stuttgart.


His son Yannick plays for TuRa Harksheide, his daughter Larissa is an Equestrianism and his wife is former swimmer Beate was member of the 1976 Summer Olympics team in Montreal[3]


  1. "Armin Reutershahn". Fussballdaten - Die Fußball-Datenbank.
  2. "Wiesinger sacked by Nurnberg". 8 October 2013. Retrieved 8 October 2013.
  3. "Der unermüdliche Helfer" (in German).
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