|Full name||Erwin Lemmens|
|Date of birth||12 May 1976|
|Place of birth||Brussels, Belgium|
|Height||1.84 m (6 ft 0 in)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Erwin Lemmens (born 12 May 1976 in Brussels) is a Belgian retired footballer who played as a goalkeeper. He is currently the goalkeeper coach of K.S.C. Lokeren Oost-Vlaanderen and the Belgium national football team.
Lemmens started his career at K.S.K. Beveren in 1995, and was a regular from 1997 to 1999 after which he signed for Real Racing Club de Santander in Spain. After four seasons and 49 La Liga games for the Cantabria outfit (adding 33 in a 2002 promotion) he joined RCD Espanyol also in the country, being first-choice during the 2003–04 campaign.
The arrival of Cameroon international Carlos Kameni the following season meant Lemmens was confined to bench duty, with just one Copa del Rey match to his tally. Subsequently he signed with Olympiacos F.C. in the summer of 2005, competing with young Kleopas Giannou for the substitute goalkeeper's jersey, behind regular Antonios Nikopolidis.
Lemmens did not manage to play one single game with Olympiacos, being demoted to third-choice in 2006–07 upon the signing of Tomislav Butina. On 31 January 2007 he was finally released by the club, quickly joining Netherlands' RKC Waalwijk on a free transfer; on 10 February he played his first Eredivisie match, against Heracles Almelo.
Lemmens was signed by newly promoted F. C. Verbroedering Dender E.H. for the 2007–08 season, and won the competition for first-choice with former R.S.C. Anderlecht's Jan Van Steenberghe. After a hip injury, however, his season came to an end.
After one year out of football, 33-year-old Lemmens signed with first professional team Beveren, now in the second division. He helped the club finish comfortably in mid-table, but it would be relegated due to financial irregularities, and he retired shortly after.
Courtesy of his early solid performances for Espanyol, Lemmens won two caps for Belgium, both in 2004.