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|Date of birth||May 3, 1942|
|Place of birth||Geithain, Germany|
|–||East Germany Olym.||16||(8)|
|* Senior club appearances and goals counted for the domestic league only.
† Appearances (Goals).
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|Competitor for Germany|
|Bronze||Tokyo 1964||Team Competition|
Henning Frenzel (born May 3, 1942 in Geithain) is a German former footballer. Frenzel was active in East Germany, and spent his entire career with Lokomotive Leipzig (in its various guises), where he totalled 420 appearances and 152 goals, respectively the third and fourth best in the DDR-Oberliga. He won 42 caps for East Germany, scoring 19 goals, and was part of the bronze medal-winning side at the 1964 Olympics. After retiring in 1978 he worked as a youth coach. In 2004, at the age of 62, he made a comeback for the now re-established Lokomotive Leipzig, in a Kreisliga-3 (tier 11) match against SV Paunsdorf.
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