|Date of birth||August 9, 1935|
|Place of birth||Glinde, Germany|
|Date of death||June 1, 1971(aged 35)|
|Place of death||Zürich, Switzerland|
|1964-1965||Young Fellows Zürich|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 15:03, 23 February 2009 (UTC).
† Appearances (Goals).
Klaus Stürmer (born August 9, 1935 in Glinde; died June 1, 1971 in Zürich) was a German football player. He represented Germany on two occasions, including a 1962 FIFA World Cup qualifier against Northern Ireland. On his debut in 16 October 1954 against France he became the youngest player of the post-war era to score for Germany at age 19 years 68 days, a record that was equalled in 2011 by Mario Götze
- DFB-Pokal finalist: 1956.
- German champion: 1960.
- Swiss Super League champion: 1963, 1966.
- Swiss Cup winner: 1966.
- (German) Profile at fussballdaten.de
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