|Full name||Frank Schinkels|
|Date of birth||9 January 1963|
|Place of birth||Rotterdam, Netherlands|
|Height||1.68 m (5 ft 6 in)|
|SKN St. Pölten (sporting director)|
|1985–1986||Salzburger AK 1914||0||(0)|
|1986–1987||Wiener Sport Klub||27||(4)|
|1988–1989||SV Spittal an der Drau||0||(0)|
|1992–1993||SV Austria Salzburg||7||(0)|
|2004||SKN St. Pölten|
|2007–2008||1. FC Vöcklabruck|
|2008–2009||SK Austria Kärnten|
|2010||First Vienna FC|
|2014–||SKN St. Pölten (sporting director)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only and correct as of 27 May 2016
‡ National team caps and goals correct as of 29 September 2008
Frank started his career in Feyenoord youth squad, never representing club at senior level, as Feyenoord manager Jan Mak moved to Sweden and Halmstads BK he took Frank Schinkels with him, which made Frank the first foreign player ever to play for the club. He spent 2 seasons in Sweden, before moving back home to the Netherlands to play for AZ Alkmaar and then Excelsior Rotterdam.
After only 2 seasons back in his homeland, he moved to Austria and joined Salzburger AK 1914. While in Austria, he represented a large number of clubs at various levels, having his longest stint with VSE St. Pölten and encountering some success with SV Austria Salzburg, when the club came second in the Bundesliga in 1992–1993 season.
He remained an active player until 2005, during which time he also qualified as a UEFA licensed coach and went on to coach three of his former clubs.
During his time in Austria he gained Austrian citizenship and was chosen to represent the Austrian national team in 7 games between 1992 and 1994, scoring 1 goal against the Netherlands.