- Robbert Klomp
Infobox afl player | firstname = Robbert
lastname = Klomp
birthdate = Birth date and age|1955|5|14|df=y
originalteam = Sturt
heightweight = 183 cm / 89 kg
debutdate = 1979
debutteam = Carlton
playingteams = Carlton (1979-83)
* 84 games, 17 goals
* 8 games, 3 goalsTotal - 92 Games, 20 Goals
statsend = 1983
Robbert Klomp (born 14 May 1955) is a former
Australian rulesfootballer who played with Carlton and Footscray Football Clubin the Victorian Football League (VFL) and Sturt in the South Australian National Football League(SANFL).
Klomp was born in the
Netherlandsand raised in South Australia. He was a premiership player with Sturt during the 1970s. In 1979 Klomp was signed by Carlton and played for them as a defender during his five seasons at the club. He was a member of two winning grand finals, the first in his debut season at the club and the other in 1982. Partway through the 1983 season he crossed to Footscray and played out the year with them. During his career he also played interstate football with South Australia. Klomp's brother Kim played for SANFL clubs Sturt and North Adelaide.
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