|birthday||October 31, 1967|
|place of birth||Leipzig , GDR|
|1973–1985||1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig|
|Years||Station||Games (goals) 1|
|1985–1986||1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig II|
|1986||1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig||1 (0)|
|1986–1988||BSG Chemie Leipzig||44 (2)|
|1988–1989||1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig||12 (0)|
|1989–1990||BSG Wismut Aue||17 (0)|
|1990||FC Wismut Aue||7 (1)|
|1991–1992||FSV Zwickau||30 (7)|
|1992–1993||1. FC Union Berlin||9 (0)|
|1993–1999||FSV Zwickau||138 (0)|
|2000–2002||SV Schmoelln 1913|
|1985–1986||DDR U-18||5 (0)|
|1986||DDR U-19||3 (0)|
|1989||DDR U-21||1 (0)|
|1 Only league games are given.|
André Barylla comes from the junior division of 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzig , where he has worked with Thomas Matheja, Lothar Priebe and Dr. Bernd Kirsche was trained. In 1984 he was with the youth team of Lok GDR champions .
In the summer of 1986, the junior national player at 1. FC Lok moved from the district league team to the first team's squad. On the 8th game day of the 1986/87 season he made his debut for 1. FC Lok in the league in a 3-0 home win against BSG Energie Cottbus , but could not prevail in the long term in the first division team of Hans-Ulrich Thomale .
At the end of 1986 Barylla moved for a year and a half to local rivals BSG Chemie Leipzig , which was represented in the second-class league . The experience he gained there in men's football enabled him to return to the top GDR club 1. FC Lok Leipzig in the summer of 1988. For the Lok-Elf from the trade fair city, the defensive player was not only active in the league in the 1988/89 season, but also on the international stage . In the UEFA Cup in 1988/89 he played two of the four games up to the second round of the Leipzig against FC Aarau and SSC Napoli .
In 1989, the then sports student went to BSG Wismut Aue . With the team from the Ore Mountains Barylla rose in the turning season 1989/90 from the league. In the winter of 1990/91 after the reunification of Germany , he moved in the last independent season of East German football within the league season B from the BSG successor club, now known as FC Wismut Aue , to FSV Zwickau . In the of Zwickau he was interrupted by a season at 1. FC Union Berlin until 1999. 1993/94 he succeeded with the FSV the rise under coachGerd Schädlich in the 2nd Bundesliga . In this league, the West Saxons were able to hold out for four years, until 1997/98 they were relegated to the third-class regional league . After a year in this division, Barylla ended his career for the time being. In 2000, the defender from SV Schmölln 1913 was reactivated and later played at SV Mosel.
A few days before his debut in the league in autumn 1986, André Barylla and teammates like Matthias Sammer , Rico Steinmann and Axel Kruse had won the continental title with the U-19s of the GDR in the final of the 1986 European Junior Championship by beating Italy 3-1. The GDR trade journal fuwo gave the Leipzig defender, despite his regular place during the tournament in Yugoslavia, not the best marks, described him "[sometimes] as a disturbance factor in our otherwise closed defense." 
A year later, as a second division footballer, he did not make it into the GDR squad for the 1987 Junior World Cup in Chile . In the junior team of the DFV he was used once - in March 1989 against the ČSSR .
In the summer of 2017, his son Anthony moved from the disbanded reserve of RB Leipzig to Barylla's former club FSV Zwickau and commented: “My father played the second division in Zwickau for four years. I hope I can build on his performance and first want to make the leap into third division. " 
- DDR-Oberliga : 30 games
- GDR League : 58 games, 5 goals
- 2nd Bundesliga : 74 games
- Regional league : 37 games
- Amateur league : 59 games, 5 goals
- European Cup : 2 games
- Hanns Leske : The GDR league players. A lexicon. AGON Sportverlag, Kassel 2014, ISBN 978-3-89784-392-9 , page 25.
- André Barylla in the database of weltfussball.de
- André Barylla in the database of fussballdaten.de
- André Barylla in the database of transfermarkt.de
- André Barylla in the database of the German Football Association
- Player profile at BSG-Wismut-Aue.de
- André Barylla on immerunioner.de
- Manfred Binkowski: Teamwork with excellent individualists. In: fuwo - The new football week . Oct. 21, 1986, p. 9.
- kicker sports magazine , May 29, 2017, page 68.
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||German soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||October 31, 1967|