|Full name||Robert Langers|
|Date of birth||1 August 1960|
|Place of birth||Luxembourg City, Luxembourg|
|Height||1.78 m (5 ft 10 in)|
|1982–1983||Olympique de Marseille||15||(1)|
|1994–1996||SV Eintracht Trier 05||26||(6)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
He was voted Luxembourgish Sportsman of the Year in 1987.
He started his career at local side Union Luxembourg but was loaned to German Bundesliga outfit Borussia Mönchengladbach aged 20. After two seasons on the sub's bench and in the reserves he moved to France to play for seven different teams in ten seasons, both in Ligue 1 and Ligue 2. While at US Orléans he became top goalscorer of Ligue 2. At Cannes he played alongside a youngster named Zinedine Zidane.
In 1992. Langers moved east to Swiss sides Yverdon-Sport and Etoile Carouge, then played with Eintracht Trier in Germany before returning home to play for F91 Dudelange and end his career in fashion by scoring 14 goals for his first club Union Luxembourg.
Langers made his debut for Luxembourg in a September 1980 World Cup qualification match against Yugoslavia and won 73 caps for Luxembourg over a period of eighteen years, and scored eight goals in the process. He played in 35 FIFA World Cup qualification matches.
His international career coincided with two more of Luxembourg's most successful players: Guy Hellers and Carlo Weis. He played his final international game in May 1998, against Cameroon in which he came on as a second-half substitute and was himself substituted a few minutes later in his honour.
- Scores and results list Luxembourg's goal tally first.
|1||18 May 1985||Karl-Liebknecht-Stadion, Babelsberg, East Germany||East Germany||1–3||1–3||1986 World Cup qualifying|
|2||25 September 1985||Stade Municipal, Luxembourg (city), Luxembourg||Bulgaria||1–3||1–3||1986 World Cup qualifying|
|3||30 April 1987||Stade Municipal, Luxembourg (city), Luxembourg||Bulgaria||1–2||1–4||1988 Euro qualifying|
|4||21 September 1988||Stade Municipal, Luxembourg (city), Luxembourg||Switzerland||1–4||1–4||1990 World Cup qualifying|
|5||31 October 1990||Stade Municipal, Luxembourg (city), Luxembourg||Germany||2–3||2–3||1992 Euro qualifying|
|6||14 February 1995||Yud-Alef Stadium, Ashdod, Israel||Israel||1–3||2–4||Friendly match|
|7||14 February 1995||Yud-Alef Stadium, Ashdod, Israel||Israel||2–3||2–4||Friendly match|
|8||8 October 1996||Stade Josy Barthel, Luxembourg (city), Luxembourg||Bulgaria||1–1||1–2||1998 World Cup qualifying|
- French Cup: 1
- Garin, Erik (20 February 2009). "France - List of Topscorers Second Level". RSSSF. Retrieved 9 April 2012.
- Mamrud, Roberto (29 February 2012). "Appearances for Luxembourg National Team". RSSSF. Retrieved 9 April 2012.
- Robby Langers – FIFA competition record
- Mamrud, Roberto (28 September 2002). "Roby Langers". RSSSF. Retrieved 9 April 2012.