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Steffen Hofmann is a German professional footballer who currently plays for Austrian club Rapid Vienna. He is a midfielder who is known for his passing ability and his ability to score goals from midfield. He has been capped by the German national team and has played in the UEFA Champions League. Hofmann began his career with his hometown club, Würzburger Kickers, in 1998. He then moved to 1. FC Nürnberg in 2000, where he made over 100 appearances in the Bundesliga. In 2004, he moved to Rapid Vienna, where he has since made over 200 appearances and won the Austrian Bundesliga title in 2008. Hofmann has been capped by the German national team on four occasions, making his debut in 2004. He has also played in the UEFA Champions League with Rapid Vienna. Hofmann is married and has two children. He is 40 years old.

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Age 43 years old
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Born 9 September, 1980
Birthday 9 September
Birthplace Würzburg, West Germany
Nationality Germany

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Steffen Hofmann Height, Weight & Measurements

At 43 years old, Steffen Hofmann height is 1.73 m and Weight 159 lbs.

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Height 1.73 m
Weight 159 lbs
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Who Is Steffen Hofmann's Wife?

His wife is Barbara Hofmann (m. 2004)

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Steffen Hofmann Net Worth

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Hoffman retired during 2018, and a testimonial match was played in his honour between SK Rapid and a "Steffen Hofmann & Friends" XI.


On 21 October 2010, he netted the second goal to help his side to a 2–0 away win against Bulgarian club CSKA Sofia in a UEFA Europa League match.


Following his return Hofmann got injured in the first game of the season and therefore missed half the season. His comeback came in late October and he has since then been one of the key players and the captain of Rapid Wien. He is also called "soccer-god" by the fans because of his technical skills, his commitment and his endurance (he did not miss a minute of the 2008 season). Hofmann is also known as a player who rather passes the ball to a better positioned player than having a shoot at goal.


The Austrian Football Association tried in 2005 to let Hofmann, who was born in Germany but is married to an Austrian, to play for the Austrian national team. Hofmann agreed, but the transfer of rights was refused by FIFA as Hofmann had played several games for Germany in his youth. After the episode, Hofmann did not attain Austrian citizenship and was chosen to represent Germany during the team's Asian tour in late 2005. However, due to illness he could not take part and has not been nominated since despite declaring interest.


In 2002, Hofmann joined the Austrian team SK Rapid Wien and quickly became a fan favourite. He also formed the league's best midfield duo along with Andreas Ivanschitz and the two led the team to its 31st league championship in 2005 and to the group stage of the UEFA Champions League in 2006. After finishing last in their group and the transfer of his teammate Ivanschitz, Hofmann decided to join the German club TSV 1860 München in January 2006, but after desperately trying to find his form there, he returned to Rapid Wien in the summer.


In his early years, Steffen played for the youth team of his home town Würzburg before joining the Bayern Munich Junior Team in 1997. After leading the team to a championship and a runner-up finish in the German Youth Leagues, he was promoted to the second team of Bayern Munich in 2000. After scoring 12 goals in 36 games for the second team, he got a chance to play for Bayern Munich's first team on 27 October 2001 in their game against 1. FC Köln, coming on as a substitute for Claudio Pizarro in the 90th minute. This was his only game for the first team.


Steffen Hofmann (born 9 September 1980 in Würzburg) is a retired German footballer, playing most of his career for SK Rapid Wien of the Austrian Bundesliga. He played as an attacking midfielder.