Hans-Hubert "Berti" Vogts (German pronunciation: [ˈbɛɐ̯tiː ˈfoːkts]; born 30 December 1946 in Büttgen) is a former German footballer who played as a right sided defender. Despite being of a diminutive stature, Vogts was one of the finest wide man-markers in the history of the game and a defensive powerhouse due to his aggression, nimbleness and ability to read the game. His tenacity earned him the nickname "Der Terrier".

A one club man, Vogts played for Borussia Monchengladbach for his entire senior career. One of the key figures during Borussia's golden years in the 1970s, he won the Bundesliga five times, the German Cup once, and the UEFA Cup twice. One trophy that eluded him was the European Cup which he came very close of winning in 1977 when his team lost 3-1 to Liverpool in the final in Rome.

Vogts had a stellar career for the national side, where he made his debut in 1967 and then went on to win a bronze medal in World Cup 1970, a winners medal in Euro 1972 and World Cup 1974, followed by a runners up medal in Euro 1976. He retired from all forms of the game in 1978.