As of 2014, 70.5% of all known bearers of the surname Burgers were residents of the Netherlands (frequency 1:3,989), 12.4% of South Africa (1:72,840), 6.9% of the United States (1:870,485), 2.2% of Australia (1:182,876), 2.2% of Germany (1:617,143) and 1.6% of Canada (1:375,490).
In the Netherlands, the frequency of the surname was higher than national average (1:3,989) in the following provinces:
- Don Burgers (1932–2006), Dutch politician
- Jan Burgers (1895–1981), Dutch physicist
- Jean Burgers (1917–1944), Belgian World War II resistance fighter
- Johan Burgers (1870–1943), Dutch zoologist, founder of Royal Burgers' Zoo in Arnhem
- Joop Burgers (born 1940), Dutch football midfielder
- Nathan Burgers (born 1979), Australian field hockey goalkeeper
- Piet Burgers (1932–2015), Dutch football striker
- Phil Burgers, American-Australian comedian
- Thomas François Burgers (1834–1881), Afrikaner politician, president of the Transvaal Republic
- Willie Burgers (1897–1988), Dutch physicist, brother of Jan
- Named after Jan Burgers:
- Burgers Park, a park in central Pretoria, South Africa, named after Thomas François Burgers
- Burger (surname)
- Burgher (disambiguation)
- Burger (disambiguation)
- Burgers at the Database of Surnames in The Netherlands.
- Burger at the Corpus of First Names in The Netherlands.
- Burgers surname distribution
- Schuurman, Rianne. "Burgers, Johannes Gerhardus Hendrikus (1870-1943)". Biografisch Woordenboek van Nederland. Huygens Instituut voor Nederlandse Geschiedenis. Retrieved 27 November 2014.
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