|Date of birth||1932 (age 84–85)|
|Place of birth||Magdeburg, Germany|
|Playing position||Right winger|
|1961||Baden Amateur All-Stars|
|–||Papua New Guinea|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
Burkhard Pape (born 1932) is a German former professional football player and manager. After a brief playing career as a right winger, Pape became a football coach who spent nearly forty years managing national teams in Africa, Asia, and the Pacific.
In June and July 1961, Pape managed a German all-star team called the Baden Amateur All-Stars which toured the northeast United States, winning five out of six games.
Pape became manager Uganda in 1968 after leaving his job coaching Sierra Leone. He left Uganda in August 1972, having won 41 out of the 70 games he had been in charge of. His next big job was as Egypt manager, a position he held from 1975 to 1977.
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