|birthday||October 31, 1959|
|place of birth||DDR|
|date of death||3. Februar 2013|
|Place of death||Germany|
|1968–1971||FC Forward Berlin|
|1971–1978||FC Forward Frankfurt (Oder)|
|Years||Station||Games (goals) 1|
|1978–1988||FC Forward Frankfurt (Oder)||184(48)|
|1988–1989||BSG tractor Groß-Lindow|
|BSG Motor Eberswalde|
|1990–1991||FC Victoria '91 Frankfurt (Oder)||7(1)|
|1 Only league games are given.|
André Jarmuszkiewicz comes from the youth division of FC Vorwärts Berlin . With the transfer from East Berlin to Frankfurt an der Oder ordered by the Army Sports Association Vorwärts , he started working for FC Vorwärts Frankfurt (Oder) in the summer of 1971 .
At the end of the 1970s, the midfielder made the jump from the junior team to the first team of the six-time GDR champions , initially in the second-rate league , in which the FCV had to give a one-year guest appearance. Jarmuszkiewicz was able to establish himself as a regular player straight away and he managed to attract the attention of the DFV coaches . In 1980 and 1981, the midfielder completed eleven international matches for the GDR U-21 national team . At the last finals of FC forward in FDGB Cup he lost with his team the 1. FC Lokomotive Leipzigclearly with 1: 4. At the beginning of the 1980s André Jarmuszkiewicz drove with experienced teammates like Lothar home , Frieder Andrich and Lutz Otto in the 1982/83 season behind the series champion BFC Dynamo the GDR runner-up.
On an international level, Jarmuszkiewicz played with Vorwärts Frankfurt against SV Werder Bremen , Nottingham Forest , VfB Stuttgart , Ballymena United (his only European Cup goal) and PSV Eindhoven a total of nine appearances in the European Cup , in which the Brandenburgers always with the exception of the 1980/81 season Eliminated in the first round of the UEFA Cup . Jarmuszkiewicz was not considered in the GDR national team . After the 1987/88 season, in the forward Frankfurt after drastic austerity measures by the army sports association forward again relegated from the GDR Oberliga, the meanwhile promoted to sub-lieutenant André Jarmuszkiewicz ended his career because of a meniscus injury.
In recent independent season of East German football , he was - after brief interludes in the BSG Traktor wholesale Lindow and the BSG Motor Eberswalde - again for Frankfurt in the after reunification as NOFV-Oberliga operating under the name top division of the perished GDR active. Afterwards he only appeared as a coach of lower-class clubs.
Jarmuszkiewicz died in February 2013 at the age of 53. 
- Hanns Leske : Encyclopedia of GDR football . Verlag Die Werkstatt, Göttingen 2007, ISBN 978-3-89533-556-3 .
- Hanns Leske: The GDR league players. A lexicon. AGON Sportverlag, Kassel 2014, ISBN 978-3-89784-392-9 , p. 213.
- André Jarmuszkiewicz in the database of weltfussball.de
- André Jarmuszkiewicz in the database of fussballdaten.de
- Footballer Jarmuszkiewicz died. In: Märkische Oderzeitung , February 6, 2013. Retrieved July 22, 2013.
|SHORT DESCRIPTION||German soccer player|
|DATE OF BIRTH||October 31, 1959|
|DATE OF DEATH||3rd February 2013|