|Full name||Andrei Vikentyevich Zygmantovich|
|Date of birth||2 December 1962|
|Place of birth||Minsk, Soviet Union|
|Height||1.85 m (6 ft 1 in)|
|Playing position||Defender / Midfielder|
|2010||Sibir Novosibirsk (youth)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Mainly a defensive midfielder with good positioning and skills, he played for nearly a decade with Dinamo Minsk, also having abroad stints in the Netherlands (only one year) and Spain; in the early 2000s, he embarked on a coaching career.
Born in Minsk, Soviet Union, Zygmantovich started playing for FC Dinamo Minsk. In his second professional season, he appeared 30 times and netted twice to help his hometown side win the only Soviet League in their history, edging FC Dynamo Kyiv by one point. After a spell with FC Groningen, the 30-year-old returned to the club where he would spend most of his career.
In early 1993, Zygmantovich moved abroad again, now to Spain with Racing de Santander where he would play the next three full campaigns, teaming up with former compatriots (Russian) Ilshat Faizulin, Dmitri Popov and Dmitri Radchenko. In 1993–94, he was an instrumental element as the Cantabrians achieved one of their best ever finishes in La Liga (eighth).
Zygmantovich made his debut for the Soviet Union on 28 March 1984, in an exhibition game with West Germany. He represented the nation at the 1990 FIFA World Cup, scoring a goal against Cameroon (4–0, although in a final group stage exit) which turned out to be his last international game for the country.
|1.||28 January 1985||Maharaja College Stadium, Kochi, India||Iran||0–2||Win||1985 Nehru Cup|
|2.||28 August 1985||Lenin Central Stadium, Moscow, Soviet Union||West Germany||1–0||Win||Friendly|
|3.||18 June 1990||San Nicola, Bari, Italy||Cameroon||0–4||Win||1990 FIFA World Cup|
- Dinamo Minsk
- "Zygmantovich" (in Spanish). Web del Racing. Retrieved 22 August 2008.
- "El bigote de Zygmantóvich [sic], el último líbero, todavía pervive en la memoria del Racing" [The moustache of Zygmantovich, the last sweeper, still lingers in Racing's memory] (in Spanish). El Confidencial. 15 November 2014. Retrieved 4 July 2016.
- "Andrei Vikentyevich Zygmantovich – International Appearances". RSSSF. Retrieved 12 July 2008.
- "Andrey Zygmantovich". European Football. Retrieved 21 May 2016.