Frederick, Count of Saarbrücken
|Noble family||House of Saarbrücken|
|Spouse(s)||Gisela of Lorraine|
|Father||Siegbert of Saarbrücken|
Frederick, Count of Saarbrücken (died 1135) was a German nobleman. He was the first to style himself Count of Saarbrücken.
His father, Siegbert, was a count in the Saargau; his mother may have been a daughter of the Lord of Eppenstein. His brother Bruno was Bishop of Speyer; his brother Adalbert I was Archbishop-Elector of Mainz.
In 1105 Frederick inherited his father's position. In 1118, he was called Count of Saarbrücken for the first time. He was vassal of the Bishop of Metz.