- U.S. National Team: U.S. Men
- Position: Assistant Coach
- Date Of Birth: Sep. 10, 1968
- Hometown: Vienna, Austria
Andreas Herzog joins the coaching staff of the U.S. Men’s National Team after an accomplished career at the club and international level. In addition to his assistant coaching duties on the field, the most-capped player in Austrian history will serve as the USA’s primary liaison to players, coaches and clubs in Europe.
Herzog enjoyed an 18-year professional career that spanned three leagues in Europe and the United States. Beginning his playing days at Rapid Vienna, he moved on to eight seasons in the German Bundesliga that were highlighted by a UEFA Cup championship in 1996 with Bayern Munich, where he played alongside Jurgen Klinsmann. He spent his final season as a professional in 2004 playing for the LA Galaxy in MLS.
Making 103 appearances for Austria and scoring 26 goals from his central midfield position, Herzog is a two-time World Cup veteran. Featuring against the United States in Austria’s 2-1 victory in the 1990 FIFA World Cup, he went on to convert a penalty against Italy in France ’98.
Herzog served as an assistant coach for the Austria National Team for two years before assuming the role of head coach of the Austria U-21 National Team in 2009.