Theodoric II, Count of Montbéliard

Theodoric II (ca. 1080 – January 1163) was Count of Montbéliard (1105–1163). He was the son of Theodoric I, Count of Montbéliard, Bar and Verdun, and Ermentrude of Burgundy.

He received first possessions of the family, but they were chased by his subjects because of his bad temper. After the death of his father in 1105, he received the county of Montbéliard, becoming its count that same year. He played an important role with emperors, participating in the Concordat of Worms. He had also founded several monasteries.

His wife is unknown. He had the following issue:

Preceded by Count of Montbéliard
1105–1163
Succeeded by