Place of Birth. Odessa.
Physical parameters. Height – 179 cm. Weight – 75 kg.
Career. 1995-2000 – player of the football club “Borussia” (Mönchengladbach, Germany).
2000-2002 – player of the club “Mainz” (Germany).
2003-2004 – player of the club “Cologne” (Germany).
2004-2007 – player of the club “Bayer” (Germany).
2007-2008 – Player of the club “Liverpool” (England).
2008-2009 – player of the club “Hertha” (England).
2010-2014 – player of the club “Dynamo” (Moscow, Russia).
After playing for more than 10 years in German clubs, where Andrey Voronin made a name for himself in European football, the player decides to move to England and accepts an offer from Liverpool. During the season in Foggy Albion, the Ukrainian played 27 matches, mostly as a substitute, and scored six goals. He never managed to gain a foothold in the main team for the season, he goes on loan to Hertha Berlin. In the Bundesliga, he again felt in his element and scored 11 times in 27 matches, and his team took 4th place. At the end of the season, the footballer himself wanted to stay in Berlin, but the club’s management did not have the funds to buy the player.
Andriy Voronin had to return to Liverpool, where the coach made it clear that he was not counting on the Ukrainian. The Ukrainian decided to leave England and in January 2010 signed a 3-year contract with Dynamo Moscow. The transfer amount was 2.5 million euros.
Since 2002, A. Voronin has been a player of the national team of Ukraine, for which he played 63 matches and scored 6 goals.
After the Euro 2012 match against England, he announced his retirement from the Ukrainian national team.
July 30, 2012 andbecause of disagreements with the head coach of the Moscow “Dynamo” Sergey Silkin moved to Fortuna on loan until June 15, 2013.
On June 2, 2013 he returned to Dynamo Moscow. In the match of the first round of the Premier League of the 2013/14 season against Volga, he scored the first goal after returning to Dynamo. In the eighth round, he scored a hat-trick in the away match against Ural, scoring three times in the first half.
In mid-May 2014, Dynamo Moscow did not offer Voronin a contract extension.
In the summer of 2014, he completed his playing career.
coaching career. At the end of October 2016, after completing courses at the FFU, Andrey Voronin received a coaching diploma.
In January 2017, he headed Büderich, a club in the seventh German division. As a coach, Voronin worked for six months. During this time, he spent 15 fights: he won six, earned two draws and lost seven times. I had the task of reaching the highest – the sixth – division, but failed. On June 14 of the same year, Voronin left the post of head coach of the club.
On September 19, 2017, Voronin joined the coaching staff of the Ukrainian national team, becoming a breeder coach.
In October 2023 Andrey Voronin joined the coaching staff of the Moscow “Dynamo”.
Achievements. Top scorer of the second Bundesliga 2003 (Germany). Quarter-finalist of the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany (as part of the Ukrainian national team).
Regalia and awards. Cavalier of the Order “For Courage” III degree.
Family. Andrei has a wife and four children. The footballer’s wife is Yulia from Odessa, son – Andrey (2007), daughter – Sonya (2008) and another son – Daniel (2015), also from his first marriage, Andrei has a daughter, Maria (2006).