- Position: Midfielder
- Date of Birth: 05/07/1965
- College Experience: Clemson
- Height: 5' 10"
- Weight: 160 lbs
- Caps: 28
- Goals: 4
A collegiate legend and a National Champion, Eric Eichmann would play in the 1988 Olympics and make the 1990 World Cup roster. In the club game, he won the APSL title and the NPSL title.
A former assistant with the Miami Fusion, he is currently involved in youth soccer and holds the US Soccer A coaching license.
1993: After a three year absence, returned to the squad for two games in March, earning his last cap on March 25th against Honduras.
1990: Member of the 1990 World Cup squad.
1989: Came on as a substitute in the Nov. 14th World Cup qualifier against Bermuda, scoring the winning goal to setup the famous game against Trinidad five days later.
1988: Played in the Seoul Olympics
1987: Scored his first goal on June 1st against Chile in Stockton, CA.
1986: Won his first cap on Feb. 5th against Canada.
1996: Signed with Major League Soccer and assigned to the Kansas City Wizards. Retired at the end of the season.
1994-95: Won the National Professional Soccer League title with the St. Louis Ambush.
1993-94: Played in the Continental Indoor Soccer League with the Washington Warthogs.
1992: Played for the Wichita Wings in the NPSL.
1989: Won the APSL title with Fort Lauderdale.
1988: Signed with the American Professional Soccer League’s Fort Lauderdale Strikers. We would stay with the club thorugh 1993.
1987: Signed with German club Werder Bremen, then in the third division.
Youth and College: Won the National Championship as a sophomore at Clemson and was a two time All-American. Soccer America named him to their College All-Decade Team for the 1980’s.