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Die Mannschaft
  • Country: Germany
  • Ground: Unknown
  • Type: Men's Senior

Germany’s Biography

The German National team is governed by the German Football Association, which was founded in 1900.

From 1950 to 1990, it was more or less the team of West Germany as the DFB is based in Frankfurt, located in the former West Germany. Under Allied occupation and division, two other separate national teams were also recognized by FIFA: the Saarland team (1950–1956) and the East German team (1952–1990). Both have been absorbed along with their records (caps and goal scorers) by the current national team. The official name and code "Germany FR (FRG)" was shortened to "Germany (GER)" in 1990.

Germany is historically one of the three most successful national teams at international competitions, having won a total of three World Cups (1954, 1974, 1990) and three European Championships (1972, 1980, 1996). They have also been runners-up three times in the European Championships, four times in the World Cup, and further won four third places. East Germany won Olympic Gold in 1976. Germany is the only nation to have won both the men's and women's World Cups.
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Germany Squad

Squad No Player Pos Age Nation Start Cur
12 Kevin Trapp GK 32 years, 5 months Germany June 13, 2015
22 Marc-Andre ter Stegen GK 30 years, 7 months Germany May 26, 2012
1 Manuel Neuer GK 36 years, 8 months Germany June 2, 2009
3 David Raum DF 24 years, 7 months Germany Sept. 5, 2021
2 Antonio Rudiger DF 29 years, 9 months Germany May 13, 2014
15 Niklas Sule DF 27 years, 3 months Germany Oct. 1, 2016
4 Matthias Ginter DF 28 years, 10 months Germany June 12, 2017
5 Thilo Kehrer DF 26 years, 2 months Germany Aug. 29, 2018
16 Lukas Klostermann DF 26 years, 6 months Germany March 20, 2019
20 Christian Gunter DF 29 years, 9 months Germany Aug. 1, 2016
23 Nico Schlotterbeck DF 23 years Germany March 27, 2022
25 Armel Bella-Kotchap DF 20 years, 12 months France Sept. 26, 2022
11 Mario Gotze MID 30 years, 6 months Germany Nov. 17, 2010
18 Jonas Hofmann MID 30 years, 4 months Germany Oct. 10, 2020
14 Jamal Musiala MID 19 years, 9 months Germany March 25, 2021
17 Julian Brandt MID 26 years, 7 months Germany June 1, 2016
8 Leon Goretzka MID 27 years, 9 months Germany June 12, 2017
6 Joshua Kimmich MID 27 years, 10 months Germany May 31, 2016
21 Ilkay Gundogan MID 32 years, 1 month Germany Oct. 11, 2011
7 Kai Havertz MID 23 years, 6 months Germany Aug. 29, 2018
10 Serge Gnabry FW 27 years, 4 months Germany Nov. 11, 2016
9 Niclas Fullkrug FW 29 years, 10 months Germany Nov. 1, 2022
26 Youssoufa Moukoko FW 18 years Cameroon Nov. 1, 2022
19 Leroy Sané FW 26 years, 11 months Germany Nov. 13, 2015
13 Thomas Muller FW 33 years, 2 months Germany March 1, 2010
24 Karim Adeyemi FW 20 years, 10 months Germany Sept. 5, 2021