Marco Bode

1969 - Today

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Marco Bode (born 23 July 1969) is a German former professional footballer. A true one club man, Bode spent his entire professional career at Werder Bremen. Read more on Wikipedia

Since 2007, the English Wikipedia page of Marco Bode has received more than 137,132 page views. His biography is available in 29 different languages on Wikipedia. Marco Bode is the 3,640th most popular soccer player (down from 2,902nd in 2019), the 4,570th most popular biography from Germany (down from 3,903rd in 2019) and the 247th most popular Soccer Player.

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  • 43.40

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  • 29

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  • 6.08

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  • 2.52

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Among soccer players, Marco Bode ranks 3,640 out of 16,880Before him are Gerard Moreno, Jorge Carrascosa, Frank Swift, Anatoly Krutikov, Jesús Glaría, and José María Lavalle. After him are Wolfgang Paul, Aldo Poy, Joaquín Vázquez, Ante Rebić, Héctor Bellerín, and Joe Mercer.

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Among people born in 1969, Marco Bode ranks 292Before him are Lotay Tshering, Karina Lombard, Matthew Settle, Meja, Fred Børre Lundberg, and Kostya Tszyu. After him are Luís Oliveira, Shawn Kemp, Jackson Richardson, Michael Amott, Kirill Serebrennikov, and Sergei Fedorov.

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In Germany

Among people born in Germany, Marco Bode ranks 4,570 out of 6,142Before him are Erwin Huber (1943), Blasius Merrem (1761), Shkodran Mustafi (1992), Ditmar Jakobs (1953), Bernd Lucke (1962), and Fritz Schwab (1919). After him are Wolfgang Paul (1940), Leni Schmidt (1906), Brigitte Zypries (1953), Christian Danner (1958), Erwin Teufel (1939), and Tom Starke (1981).


Among soccer players born in Germany, Marco Bode ranks 247Before him are Willy Busch (1907), Frank Ordenewitz (1965), Marcel Schmelzer (1988), Arne Friedrich (1979), Shkodran Mustafi (1992), and Ditmar Jakobs (1953). After him are Wolfgang Paul (1940), Tom Starke (1981), Dieter Hecking (1964), Sven Bender (1989), Lothar Kurbjuweit (1950), and Wolfgang Blochwitz (1941).