|Date of birth||17 November 1976|
|Original team||Xavier College|
|Debut||Round 18, 1995, Collingwood
v. Geelong, at MGC
1 Playing statistics correct to end of 2005 season.
- For the German politician, see Wolfgang Schäuble
Andrew Schauble (born 17 November 1976) is a former Australian rules football player.
For over a decade, he was a consistent player in defence for both the Collingwood Football Club and the Sydney Swans. After being struck down by injury in 2004 and struggling to recapture his solid form, he was restricted to only 4 games in 2005 and struggled to break into the young Sydney lineup. Following Sydney's premiership win in 2005 (which he was not a member of) Schauble retired from professional football at 28 years of age. He is now a part-time football commentator with ABC Radio.
- Hinds, Richard (19 September 2003) Swans' quiet achiever back with a bang
- Andrew Schauble's statistics from AFL Tables
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