|Full name||Marc Rieper-Jensen|
|Date of birth||June 5, 1968|
|Place of birth||Rødovre, Denmark|
|Height||1.91 m (6 ft 3 in)|
|1994–1997||West Ham United||90||(5)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
Born in Rødovre, Rieper started his career at Danish club AGF in 1988. While at AGF, he debuted for the Danish national team in the 1–0 friendly match win against Sweden on 5 September 1990. He played a further three national team matches before moving on to Danish Superliga rivals Brøndby IF in 1992. While at Brøndby, he secured a place in the national team starting line-up and played 38 matches in a row from October 1992 to August 1996.
Rieper won the 1994 Danish Cup trophy with Brøndby before moving abroad in December that year to play for English Premiership club West Ham United, signing initially on loan before a £1 million fee at the end of the season made the transfer permanent.
In 1997, he moved to Scotland to play for Celtic, with whom he won the 1998 Scottish league championship. However, in late 1998 he suffered a foot injury which effectively ended his professional career; he failed to make another professional appearance again and announced his retirement in July 2000.
Rieper played 61 matches and scored two goals for the Denmark national football team, first as the defensive partner of Lars Olsen and most prominently as part of a defending duo with Jes Høgh in the Euro 1996 and 1998 FIFA World Cup tournaments. He was ever-present for the Danish team which won the 1995 King Fahd Cup and played in all of Denmark's three matches at Euro 1996. At the 1998 FIFA World Cup, Rieper played full-time for the Danish national team, and scored against Saudi Arabia. Denmark's World Cup campaign ended in a quarter-final defeat to eventual runners-up Brazil.
Following his retirement Rieper spent some time in 2001 as an assistant coach at AGF. Through his connections to Celtic, he brought over many reserve team players to AGF, including future Ireland international Liam Miller. After head coach John Stampe was fired in 2002, Rieper resigned from the club. He now owns and runs a hotel in the town of Aarhus, is a member of the board of directors at AGF and is the owner of women's online fashion store BA10.dk.
- "Rieper stopper karrieren" (in Danish). bt.dk. 31 July 2000.
- "Marc Rieper træner Celtic" (in Danish). bold.dk. 11 February 2000.
- "Marc Rieper hjælpetræner i AGF" (in Danish). bold.dk. 3 April 2001.
- Danish national team profile
- Sporting-Heroes career statistics
- Marc Rieper at National-Football-Teams.com